Essentially bread pudding cooked inside a foil packet, these could be a great way to repurpose leftover hotdog buns from your campfire the night before. Recipe here.
This one is a little more involved, and requires two cast iron skillets, but it’s pretty impressive. Recipe here.
Lining the bottom of a paper bag with bacon creates a deliciously edible skillet. As the bag heats, the bacon cooks, and the bacon grease cooks the egg. GENIUS, right? Full instructions here.
A savory sausage casserole that everyone will love. Bonus points if you use leftover hot dogs from dinner. Recipe here.
A super hearty foil pack of eggs, veggies, frozen hash browns, and cheese. Perfect if you’re fueling up for a hike. Recipe and instructions here.
Stout + boxed pancake mix makes for really excellent pancakes, if you have a skillet. Recipe here.
Because really, everything tastes better on a stick. Recipe here.
A campfire classic. Recipe here.
Add everything to a skillet, cover, and cook. Recipe here.
This is reason enough to invest in a pie iron, amirite? Recipe here.
Hey, it’s paleo. Recipe here.
Dope. Recipe and instructions here.
Make instant oatmeal “packets” by combining oats, dried fruit, nuts, seeds, and sugar in advance, then just boil it with water over a campfire. Fresh fruit optional. Recipe here.
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Spice things up. Recipe here.
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Healthier than a pastry, more delicious than a sandwich. Recipe and instructions here.
Make an egg scramble, put it in the dutch oven, then cover everything and cook the biscuits ON TOP!!! Recipe here.