An open-air fire in a camp is used for cooking and as a focal point for social activity. A campfire is good for cooking food, boiling water, or warming your hands. I have always had such fun in front of a campfire. Such fond memories when camping with family and friends.
Recipes For Your Campfire:
Camping Mac n’ Cheese. This recipe is: cooked elbow macaroni, store bought alfredo sauce, parmesan cheese, mozzarella cheese, cheddar cheese, half & half, salt & pepper. Once the pasta is done cooking, rinse it with cool water and drain well. Then stir in all of these goodies and that’s basically it. Do you camp? You’re going to want to after one peek at this recipe. Recipe HERE
Campfire Cinnamon Roll-Ups. It is a proven fact that campfire food is pretty much the best food on the planet. Even though I’m not into roughing it anymore I still love to sit around a fire pit and indulge in some good old fashioned campfire food. These sweets treats are made with just 3 easy to pack ingredients and only take about five minutes to cook over an open flame. These make a fabulous camping breakfast, especially combined with some campfire scrambled eggs and orange juice. Recipe HERE
Bacon Wrapped BBQ Meatball Onion Bombs. With this recipe you can cook these in aluminium foil straight on the fire. This is great because you don’t have to lug around heavy skillets.They will keep you full and enable you to have a clean camping site due to the no clean up. I promise that once you try these you will want to make these every time you go camping. Amazing! Recipe HERE
Campfire Whiskey BBQ Chicken. Don’t rough it while camping, make this mouth water Campfire Whiskey BBQ Chicken recipe. While I love sleeping outside, I don’t want to “rough it” when it comes to food. You will definitely had everyone in your campsite and all the bears jealous with the aroma that filled the air while cooking this chicken recipe. Make the sauce ahead at home for a hassle free camp meal. Recipe HERE