A campfire wouldn’t be perfect without meals that serve as a way for campers to bond and have fun.
Whether for the morning, afternoon, dinner, or snacks, these easy campfire meals will be a handy guide to making any camping experience more worthwhile and memorable.
Campfire Beer Pancakes
Beer and Pancakes; who would have thought these two would make a great combo. What’s more interesting with this recipe is it’s designed for breakfast!
Any camper would be glad to have a delectable breakfast that could be prepared in a mere 25 minutes. This recipe makes 16 pancakes that would be good for 8-12 people.
Aside from the main highlights, you can still see the classic breakfast elements that you surely love – eggs and bacon.
With all the ingredients combined, you’ll have a home-like breakfast while outdoors. The best part is it’s healthy and a food for the heart.
The recipe is quite easy to prepare; all you need is to make an open fire which couldn’t be any easier because it’s taught in camping, then place a cast iron skillet over it and you’re good to go.
Campfire Breakfast Toad in the Hole
Another way to make the already-exciting camping more stimulating is a grill recipe for breakfast!
What better way to welcome the sunshine in a blissful outdoor morning than to eat something delectable with classic ingredients?
There’s no literal “toad in the hole” here, just in case you didn’t know. This is a popular British recipe that features an all-in-one pot meal wherein all ingredients are put in a single pot, hence the classic Toad in the Hole.
Though originated in Britain or some neighboring European nation, the Campfire Breakfast Toad in the Hole is the Americanized version designed for camping purposes.
Some elements of the recipe were taken, and necessary modification to the recipe is added without sacrificing the delectability and quality of the output dish.
Pancake and sausage come together in this breakfast delight packed with other ingredients that will make you feel at home even though you’re outdoors.
Campfire Trout with Herbs and Bacon
For the health conscious campers out there who tend to shake their heads in disagreement whenever they hear the phrase” bacon for breakfast,” why not try this recipe and let bacon prove that it can be a part of something healthy.
The campfire trout with herbs and bacon is yet another remarkable recipe that will surely satisfy your cravings and your hunger both at the same time.
The ultimate way of cooking trout is by grilling it right over an open fire.
Though one of the essences of camping is getting “hands-on” when dealing with almost everything (like making a fire from scratch), the main ingredient in this recipe is something that you’ll buy right from the grocery store – a boneless, ready-to-cook butterflied fish.
Well, at least it saves you from the hassle of hunting fish in the river.
In a mere thirty minutes, you’ll have a “grillicious” dish to feast on!
Campfire Couscous with Zucchini and Pine Nuts
If you want something that can both be served hot and cold, then this recipe is the ideal one.
This campfire couscous features anyone’s favorite ingredients like zucchini, currants, and pine nuts. Together, they make a versatile dish perfect for any campfire dinner session.
From seared steak to grilled chicken camping recipes, the campfire couscous with zucchini and pine puts is an idyllic complement to other recipes introduced in this article.
What makes this recipe more interesting is it can also be prepared in any indoor cooking environment as the recipe is adaptable.
The recipe is originally designed for four servings recommended for only four people. With that in mind, you can double the ingredients so you can double the number of servings. It’s merrier when you are many after all.
Additional note: If you still have half of the dish as left over, you can incorporate it into the campfire Couscous Salad with Bell
Peppers and Mint recipe for you to enjoy the next camping day.
Campfire Couscous Salad with Bell Peppers and Mint
Want something quick and easy again? You might want to try this second campfire couscous recipe on our list. This time, with mint and bell peppers.
In about 5 minutes, you already have a nice lunch with ingredients from your delectable dish the night before, mainly the campfire couscous w/ zucchini and pine nuts.
Not only perfect for camping, this recipe can also be your best bud in any other outdoor activity like barbecuing in your lawn or picnicking in a local park.
The trick to making this recipe is preparing things the night before. As you prepare the dinner, you can roast the bell peppers over your fire and do the rest the next day.
Once you get to know this recipe, you’ll soon find out this is one of the greatest epitomes of pasta salad. So if you want to experience pasta salad in an alternative manner, give this recipe a chance.
Facing the challenges of the wilderness doesn’t mean you should deprive yourself (or your team) something you truly deserve.
A snack like the Campfire Éclair recipe featuring a chocolaty goodness is something that will make your mouth water after a tiring hike in the wild.
You may already know that chocolates can significantly contribute to your energy so there’s no reason you shouldn’t prepare one. The campfire éclair recipe is enough for four people; just add ingredients proportionally if you want to have more.
All you need is sticks, fire, the ingredients and you’re good to go! You’ll also get to know classic ingredients like whipped cream and breadstick dough.
Fire-Charred Green Beans with Cajun Dipping Sauce
Say yes to green with this recipe! An excellent addition to our list of easy campfire meals is this fire-charred green goodness.
It’s packed with some nutrients that will surely help you big time during your camping days.
This appetizer recipe also comes with a delicious dipping sauce composed with mayonnaise and mustard to complement the fireside green beans.
Moreover, the recipe is quite flexible as you can select any bean of your choice as long as it has an edible shell.
Yellow wax beans or Romano, for instance, is ideal for this recipe. However, it’s more recommended to use green beans, hence the name of the recipe.
Available in most groceries, you can purchase Cajun seasoning beforehand, and it will be ready once you prepare this recipe.
Slow Cooker Peach Crumble
If you want to bring the goodness of home into your camping sessions, you might want to check this recipe.
The Slow Cooker Peach Crumble is also perfect for people who have a lot of outdoor activities that they don’t have time to prepare a lovely dessert when they crave for one.
Brown sugar, oats, butter, and flour makes this recipe heart-friendly with delectable toppings. The most interesting part is you won’t have to prepare the recipe via baking but rather in a slow cooker.
Indulge yourself in the goodness of caramel that makes any camping break more tranquil through giving you a countryside ambiance while relaxing in the wild.
S’mores Pop Tarts
Any camping won’t be completed without having s’mores. It’s something that should not go missing while enjoying outdoors!
Whether for breakfast or snacks, this recipe is the food everyone looks forward to.
Well, this is not just the conventional s’mores you have come to know in your summer camps.
This is not the baked s’mores or fancy s’mores either; this one is unique but absolutely interesting! This recipe proves that there could still be more to s’mores than meets the mallows.
Combining chocolate, marshmallow, and graham crackers; you will have a chocolaty goodness in a soft, graham-flavored dessert that will surely make your camp quite more pleasurable than ever before!
Sloppy Joe Burgers
Who says you can only enjoy burgers downtown? With the Sloppy Joe Burger, you can satisfy not just your hunger but also the cravings of seven other people!
Burgers have always been a favorite to the majority of the population, and it seems there are no boundaries on how or when one can consume such dish.
Loose-fillings make your mouth water, as well as the piquant and sweet taste of the burger.
Unsurprisingly, the Sloppy Joe is also not your ordinary drive-thru beef-in-a-patty fave. It has its own history and began somewhere in Iowa during the 1930s.
The filling alone is heaven; spooned rice or baked potatoes or delectable pasta! What more could you ask for?
Camping is never fun without mealtimes. To maximize your outdoor experience and make it ultimately memorable at the same time, you need to have easy campfire meals that are scrumptious and appetizing!