Dutch Oven Cooking
If you are backpacking and campfire cooking along the way, then you probably won’t use this method for cooking.
But if you are cooking outdoors for fun or even in an emergency, this could be a really great option for you. So you’ll need a dutch oven and a fire with coals. Then place the dutch oven directly on the coals. You’ll have to learn how to regulate the temperature of the pot.
Campfire Philly Cheesesteak
I’m a philly cheesesteak fanatic. So as soon as i saw this campfire recipe, i knew i had to share it with you all. So if you love hot sandwiches, don’t think they can’t come with you on a camping trip. If you use this recipe, you can have hot sandwiches anywhere. Try this campfire recipe.
This philly cheesesteak recipe combines crowd-favorite ingredients like potatoes, veggies, and ground beef to create a yummy, cheesy, almost-indulgent campfire meal that the kids will ask for time and again. And it’ll be hard to say no—this one of the quickest campfire foil recipes, taking less than 20 minutes to prep and less than 20 minutes to cook.
Hot Ham and Cheese Campfire Sandwiches
Pie irons are cheap—about $10 to $12 ordered online—and they are tons of fun for kids and adults alike. If you haven’t used one, think campfire meets panini and you’re pretty much there. You can use a pie iron to make lots of fun camping food:
hot sandwiches like grilled cheese, ham and cheese, caprese, you name it. Pizza, any toppings you like.
Campfire Beer Cheese Dip
I was originally from kentucky. I’m not sure if i’ve ever shared that with you all before, but i was. Kentucky is like the beer cheese capital at least of the east coast. Queen elizabeth actually keeps her horses in kentucky and when she comes for the derby she always has to take home beer cheese. So if the queen is a beer cheese lover, i figured quite a few others must love beer cheese too. That is why i love the fact that you can now enjoy a tasty beer cheese dip while sitting around the campfire, thanks to this recipe.
Survival Cooking: Off-Grid Cooking Methods without Electricity
If you are unfamiliar with campfire cooking, it is basically a method of cooking with no electricity. You will bring your food and whatever tools you need (depending upon the method you choose) and cook your food over an open flame. As you will see there are many different methods to try. This way of cooking has many benefits to it. You can cook even when the power is out, you are camping, or if you are living off-grid. So campfire cooking a good survival skill to have. Also, the food has a lot of added flavor when cooking with this method as well.
As you will see there are many different methods to try. This way of cooking has many benefits to it. You can cook even when the power is out, you are camping, or if you are living off-grid. So campfire cooking a good survival skill to have. Also, the food has a lot of added flavor when cooking with this method as well.
Cheesy Dutch Oven Potatoes
Grab some potatoes, bacon, cheese, and onions, and soon, you will be salivating over this dish. Make sure to bring your cast iron dutch oven, too. If that’s not convenient, you can also make these cheesy potatoes in tin foil over the campfire.
Biscuit Campfire Donuts
Turn your favorite biscuit dough into sweet and satisfying campfire donuts. In just a few simple steps, this dish can be your go-to breakfast on any camping trip.
Sausage and Fennel Grilled Campfire Pizza
Who doesn’t love a delicious slice of pizza? that soft yet crisp dough, the warm melted cheese. Then delicious toppings like grilled chicken, fresh tomatoes or spiced sausage can cure any food craving. So why not bring that perfect comfort food to the campground? from grilling pizzas over an open fire to cooking them in the latest cast iron pieces, i have created a fantastic equipment list to get you started. Get ready to start making campfire pizza.
Dutch Oven Caramel Apple Pie
18 cinnamon rolls, from a tin, (you will need multiple)
½ cup graham cracker crumbs
frosting that comes with cinnamon rolls
1/3 cup caramel ice cream topping
cut each roll into four pieces and arrange in the bottom of a 14-inch dutch oven lined with aluminum foil or sprayed with non-stick cooking spray
in a bowl combine brown sugar, cinnamon and cracker crumbs
sprinkle evenly over cut rolls.
Creamy potato bake–just add a nut cheese to the classic potato bake before baking. Dutch oven spaghetti–add your noodles, sauce, mushrooms, onions, garlic, italian seasonings, salt, and enough water to cover. Water will be absorbed into noodles while cooking. Lentil stew.
Be sure to season well, make it liquidy, and add a lot of mushrooms! yum!
Dutch oven dessert!? lightly butter your dutch oven. Place fresh or frozen fruit of your choice in the dutch oven. We like blueberries, apples, blackberries, or peaches. You may mix them up or just use one kind. Canned pie filling also works well, but we tend to not like all that sweetness. Lightly sweeten your fruit with sugar, stevia powder or honey. Squeeze a lemon into this, and mix in a couple tablespoons of corn starch, if desired.
Nachos are the ultimate camping comfort food. It is quick and easy to prepare and can be served at any time of the day. If you have a hankering for some good ole tex-mex food, follow this campfire nachos recipe !
For anyone that loves a fat plate of nachos, the experience gets kicked up a notch when you’re eating this favorite dish by a fire (watch out for the birds, as they’re likely eyeing your nachos, too). These nachos are one of the easiest campfire foil recipes to make and even easier to eat.
Camping food hacks: campfire recipes do not have to be limited to burgers and corn on the cob every night. We clearly like to mix things up and try out exciting campfire recipes.