Have you ever taken your kids camping before? We haven’t, but are planning on trying it out this summer. In order to be the most prepared, I am planning a series of posts this summer that will share some tips and tricks for taking your kids camping. This post is the first in this series. Today I am sharing 25 delicious camping recipes, from breakfast to dinner. These recipes are all cooked over a campfire and I for one, and am excited to try them! I will be honest in admitting I have never cooked over a campfire before but it seems fun and I am up for the challenge. So the next time you are planning on taking your kids camping, try some of these recipes out. They are great for professionals or newbies (like me!).
These recipes will have you covered from breakfast to dinner time, and even some desserts and snacks. They are all great for kids and very family friendly. Which one is your favorite?
Tacos in a bag (walking tacos!) // My Litter
Campfire S’Mores // Sunset
S’Mores Trail Mix // Mommy’s Kitchen
Hobo Hamburgers // Paula Deen
S’Mores Popcorn // Mommy’s Kitchen
Campfire French Toast // This Little Piglet
Omelet in a Bag // Homemade Ginger
Campfire Pizzas // KOA
Camping Quesadillas // Cupcake Diaries
Peanut Butter and Jelly Granola Bars // One Sweet Appetite
Camping Breakfast Burritos // One Sweet Appetite
Camping Corn on the Cob // Carolyn’s Recipe Box
Campfire Nachos // Recipe.com
Biscuit Donuts // Thoreau’s Daughter
Bag Kabobs // KOA
Bag Cheesy Fries // Tablespoon
Lumberjack Foil Breakfast // Echoes of Laughter
S’Mores Pie Pops //
Apple Pie Packets // The County Cook
Hobo Dinners // Brittney’s Pantry
Campfire Philly Cheesesteak Bread // Twin Dragonfly Designs
Foil Wrapped Camping Hot Dogs // Frugal Coupon Living
Camping Mac and Cheese // Lauren’s Latest
Steak and Potato Kabobs // Lets Dish Recipes
Breakfast Taquitos // Tastes Better from Scratch
Yummy, right? I can’t wait to have my hand in making some of these for my family for when we go camping! They all are pretty easy too and I bet cooking them over the open campfire really makes a big difference in the flavors.
Which is your favorite recipes?