10 Camping Recipes and Ideas for Cooking Around the Campfire

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As we head into camping season, what is more festive than good comfort food when out in the woods?

Well, we’ve rounded up 10 Recipes and Ideas for you to take advantage of that will be hearty, comfy, thrifty and easy while chillin’ out around the campfire!


Hobo Pockets Campfire Meal idea @Eat Craft Parent


Dutch Oven Tortilla Pizza idea @Over the Big Moon


Campfire Eclairs idea @ Apron Strings Blog


Campfire Tin Foil Dinners Idea @ The Thrifty Home


Camping Doughnuts from Canned Biscuits @Thoreau’s Daughter

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Campfire Pies with Bread and Pie Filling @Andrea’s Recipes


How to Grill Pizza and Wow Your kids Idea @ Confessions of An Over-Worked Mom


Cinnamon Breadstick Brown Bears idea @ The Thrifty Home


Campfire Breakfast Scramble idea @Helping Families Thrive


Make Rolos Smores idea @ Simply Be Photo

Which idea is your favorite?

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  1. says

    These are great ideas to do over the camp fire with your family. I went camping every year as a kid with my parents and hope to continue the tradition with my own kids. We are just waiting until they get a little older.

    • says

      Yes, we have little kids too and “real” camping is a “real” challenge. It will be better when they are older. But backyard camping is fun and a great way to acclimate them to it. :)

  2. Corrine says

    We also do chicken breast foil dinners:

    Lay a boneless chicken breast on a piece of heavy duty foil, smother with a couple Tablespoons of mushroom soup and salt and pepper
    On top of that, put sliced potatoes, carrots, green beans or whatever veggies you like
    close up and put on grill
    You can also do this in your oven–put on cookie sheet


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