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Eat Like Kings With Our Easy Camping Recipes

You do not have to have vegemite sandwiches or stew out of a can when you go camping with the entire family, our Easy Camping Recipes will save the day and have you eating like a king. Even if you have fussy eaters, these fun and easy camping recipes are sure to please even the pickiest palate! We trolled the internet and rounded up the best camping recipes that are kid tested and approved. Plus, don’t overlook the fact that cooking during a camping holiday can be a great time for your children to learn about cooking and turn meals into fun camping activities for kids. So, trust us, stock up on the following supplies before you head out on your next camping holiday and enjoy some delicious meals and treats for the whole family. 1. Jaffle Iron Pizza This camping recipe is sure to be a favou...

Camp Spots – Tips For Making Camping Fun And Easy

  Tacos in a Bag  –  Camping With Gus A quick camp meal with almost no clean-up, but lots of novelty, that your kids will be talking about long after the camping trip is over.   Reading Lamp  –  Flickr.com A simple system that is easy on the eyes. A gallon milk jug filled with water with a headlamp pointing into the water.   Campfire Cones  –  Kids Activities Blog These “S’more Cones” are yummy and super easy to make!   Solar-Powered Lights  –  Field and Stream Put solar-powered garden lights near tent stakes, so you don’t trip over the lines at night. Camping Scavenger Hunt  –  The Creative Homemaker A scavenger hunt list with pictures even little kids can understand.   Campfire Orange Blueberry Muffins  –  Tasty Kitchen An easy, fun family favorite Campfire Desse...

Camp Spots – We Have Let The Secret Out To Foil Cooking!

Want an easy mouth watering meal while camping that will wow all your family and friends?  Then let us make you look like an Iron Chef with our Foil Wrapped meals. 1. Campfire Breakfast Burritos Via tasteandtellblog.com Prep these at home the night before — tortillas stuffed with egg, ham, cheese, and green chiles — then reheat at the campsite for a quick, filling breakfast. Get the instructions. 2. Warm S’mores Granola thebigmansworld.com S’mores for breakfast is completely acceptable, IMO. Get the instructions. 3. Lumberjack Breakfast echoesoflaughter.ca With sausage, potatoes, eggs, veggies, and cheese. Get the instructions. 4. Campfire Orange Cinnamon Rolls oleanderandpalm.com +1 for eating food outta food. Get the instructions. 5. Apple & Cranberry Packets thecountrycook.net Get t...

Camp Spots – The Best Of The Best Camp Dinners

These are some of the best camp dinners out there, you must try them!  I love these as a camping recipes because you can do most of the prep at home then throw it together at the campsite with minimal dishes. Very easy.  If you aren’t camping, you could also make this in the oven at home. Campfire Pizza Nachos Recipe Ingredients:Garlic Cream Sauce Ingredients: 1.5 Tablespoons Unsalted Butter ½ Tablespoons Olive Oil 2-3 Garlic Cloves, Minced ½ cups Heavy Cream ¼ cup Milk Salt Pepper Red Pepper Flakes Nacho Ingredients: 1 Bag of Tortilla Chips ½ cups Garlic Cream Sauce (recipe below) ¼ cups Onion, diced ½ cups Pepperoni, cut into quarters ½ cups Black Olives, sliced ½ whole Bell Pepper, diced 2 Green Onions, sliced 1 cup Colby-Jack Cheese, Shredded Directions: Garlic Cream Sauce: Melt the bu...

Camp Spots – The Camp Oven Bible

Think of a Dutch Oven as a mini oven. You place hot coals on the bottom and top to bake in it, or you keep coals underneath to cook in it like you would with a stove top. This isn’t your Le Creuset enamel pot. This is a cast iron pot that is made to tolerate high temperatures and the rugged environment. How to Choose a Dutch Oven: When shopping for a Dutch Oven you want to choose one with little legs on it. These legs are to lift the oven above the coals and keep the air flowing between the coals and the pot. The lid of your Dutch Oven should also have a little rim around it to keep the hot coals and ash on the lid and not let it fall into your pot when you are peeking inside. The lid should fit flat on top of the pot. It should not wiggle or jiggle. You want to keep the heat inside your o...

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