From neilzp. An old, easy recipe - just forgotten by today's campers.
From Mike. I invented this recipe while I was camping in Lapaz, Mexico back in 1994, and it has been a favorite of my family ever since.
BBQ Pork Loin
From David. This tasty dish requires some advance preparation at home, but very little work to serve it up at the campground.
From Cheryl. These waffles require a little work to make, but they are delicious.
Biscuit on a Stick
From Joe Adams. About ten years ago one of my camping buddies pulled a can of biscuits out of his cooler one cold camping morning and introduced us to this great and simple culinary miracle. A can of Hungry Jack buttermilk biscuits has been a staple in my cooler ever since.
From Joy. These are delicious to start your day. We also make them as pies with canned pie filling, cinnamon and sugar in the middle, topped with cream cheese. Try ham and Swiss cheese, tuna and cheese, pastrami on rye, pizzas (pizza sauce, pepperoni, sausage and mozzarella) - the sky is the limit on what you can come up with.
From Becky - I discovered how great these taste when I forgot to take graham crackers camping, but we had taken brownies. So we improvised and ummm...yummy.
Burnt Baked Potatoes
From Eli - I accidently made these before while attempting to make regular baked potatoes on the campfire. I left them on the fire too long, and they were so burnt the potatoes were black. I was going to throw them away, but my girlfriend broke one open and the potatoes were really soft and almost the consistency of mashed potatoes.
Butter Baked Potato
From BJF. A great baked potato recipe.
From Teresa. This is a fun, easy, and somewhat messy recipe to do over the campfire. You can do different variations of pudding flavors and frostings. Add some sprinkles for fun too.
From Chris. The smoke from the campfire along with the liquid smoke make for a very unique (and quite delicious) combo.
Campfire Salad Snack
From Teresa C. Prepare this salad at your campfire.
Can't Get E'nuffs
From Beth. You know you can't go wrong with chocolate and peanut butter.
Caramel Apple S'mores
From Wendy. These taste just like caramel apples. I use Braeburn apples for the tartness.
Chicken in a Hole
From Andrena from Botswana, Africa. Nigel, my husband, sent you a potjie recipe some time ago. He asked me to send you a recipe for Chicken in a Hole, because I am the most recent person to use this recipe.
From AJC. This is so delicious!
Coals-Baked Red Potato
From theman. My Mom did this for one of our steak dinners on a charcoal grill back in the sixties. Goes great with grilled chicken, steak, or any other meal that you would serve with a baked potato. The bacon grease gives it a wonderful flavor.
Coffee Can Campfire Bread
From Sam. This is very good. Easy and fun to make and ready in time for lunch.
From Jacob. An easy foil wrap recipe for yummy hotdogs.
From Barb. Less mess and tastes wonderful.
Corn on the Cob
From Lou, West Virginia. A very easy recipe with virtually no preparation.
From Rivergal. This is a quick way to cook eggs and still have an extra pan for bacon or ham or griddle for pancakes or whatever.
Deep Dish Nachos
From Becky. Always a fun and tasty treat.
From Marilyn. Kids of all ages love this one and they can make it themselves. They love that.
From Wurhame. I am Canadian. We have chocolate digestives here in Canada. I figured we could use Chocolate Digestive biscuits after struggling to find Graham crackers.
Eggs in an Orange
From Roxie. With this simple recipe, you have your serving of eggs and fruit. It gives an orange taste to the egg.
Foil Baked Vidalias
From James Evans. Enjoy these sweet onions baked right in the coals.
From Vicki. We like it as topping for our steak or eat it like French onion soup.
Fresh Morning Donuts
From Bob G. Eat them fast or you won't get any.
From Tina Shull. We added fresh strawberries to our s'mores items. Tastes yummy.
Fudge On A Stick
From Becky. Everybody that has tried these has gone crazy over them. They are really good.
Hash Mess with Eggs
From Julie Ann Craft. My three daughters named this recipe. It does not look too appetizing, but they love it.
From Danielle. An easy foil-wrap chicken recipe that can feed a crowd of hungry campers, each to their own liking.
From Matt. This is a great recipe to try around the campfire with cast-iron pie irons.
From Willy. This is how we did it in scouts 40+ years ago.
From Valerie. When I made this, I used a 3-quart stainless steel pot over a campfire.
From Dama Cooper. This meal can be made at home and frozen prior to a backpacking or camping trip. Both my family and Cub Scout Pack have enjoyed this easy meal for years. Little prep time and easy clean up.
From Bill. This is a meal that is good for the first night as you can make it at home, freeze it, and it helps with the cooling of sodas, or whatever, in your cooler and is defrosted by the night time allowing you time to set up and not have to worry about getting something fixed to eat.
Ice Cream Cone S'mores
From Rosanne. - This is a lot less messy for the little ones, and they love it. In fact our daughters are now teenagers and this is the only way they like their s'mores.
Inside Out S'mores
From Robin. We were bored with the same s'mores, but loved the taste. So we came up with this recipe.
From William. This is a great first dinner after a long day of backpacking.
I love this dessert.
From Amy. Absolutely delicious. Enjoy!