17 Camping Recipes That Aren’t S’Mores and Hot Dogs
Whether you’re hiking the trails, glamping in the desert or exploring your own backyard, you don’t have to sacrifice good food in order to enjoy the great outdoors. These recipes are a cinch to make and taste just as delicious as what you’d eat in your own kitchen. Now that’s the kind of campfire food that we can get on board with.
Hot Ham & Swiss Croissants
A warm breakfast sandwich slathered with a mustard, honey and brown-sugar spread? Don’t mind if we do.
BBQ Chicken Foil Packs
Delicious and easy to clean up. (You can eat right out of the foil with a fork.)
Homemade Granola Bars
A good-for-you snack that’ll fit perfectly into your backpack.
Macaroni con Queso (aka Mac and Cheese)
The trick to this gooey, one-pot winner is to pre-cook the pasta.
Serve with a hunk of crusty bread to mop up all those juices.
Campfire Banana Boats
Strawberries and Nutella, marshmallows and chocolate… The filling possibilities are endless.
Energy-Boosting Trail Mix
An ideal snack for all that hiking nature gazing.
Breakfast BURRITOS CAMPFIRE-STYLE
Make these babies ahead of time, then dish ’em up in the morning with a side of salsa.
TINFOIL TURKEY, SAUSAGE AND VEGGIES
Chop everything beforehand for a no-fuss, crowd-pleasing dinner.
Serve up this classic camping recipe with a side of skillet corn bread.
Buttermilk Skillet Corn Bread with Tomatoes and Green Onions
The perfect chili accompaniment (but equally delicious on its own).
Pound Cake Berry Campfire Skillet
Just in case you need another reason to go camping.
Make-Ahead Mashed Potatoes
Whipping up creamy taters from scratch while camping? No, thanks. Make these at home, then simply reheat over the fire.
Grilled Corn with Spicy Aioli
Roast your cobs, then drizzle with Sriracha aioli.