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    Starting a collection of campfire cooking. Just thought you may want to take a peek at a few of the recipes I have found so far!!!!
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    I found this recipe on Scoutorama.com while looking for easy, no fuss/no clean-up meals for our upcoming camping trip. All ingredient amounts can be changed to suit your tastes. I imagine we'll be increasing the amounts and adding onions and peppers to the mommy and daddy breakfast bags!

    Recipe #178032

    As a child we looked forward to getting up early and eating our good ol' campfire breakfast. You can cook it over a stove but there is nothing like the taste of it over a campfire.This works best in a large iron skillet!

    Recipe #234700

    3 Reviews |  By Debber

    This is what we make for our annual family canoe camp-out in northern Wisconsin. Ingredients can be customized for picky eaters or embellished for hearty eaters! Cooking time will depend somewhat on the heat in the coals.

    Recipe #243949

    Here's a fast and easy camping recipe for trout. Serving size depends on the size of the fish.

    Recipe #64794

    An excellent side dish to make right on the grill!

    Recipe #121542

    My husband swears by this one

    Recipe #36190

    This easy creole can be made in the oven or on the grill.

    Recipe #117764

    The ultimate decadent corn on the cob;. based on a recipe from Paula Deen, of course. :) The flavor the bacon gives the corn is outstanding! Prep time includes soaking.

    Recipe #116926

    This may just knock your socks off! This originally was taken from Paul Newman's Cookbook and tweaked just a bit.

    Recipe #55706

    A super chicken dish that you can basically leave alone except for an occasional stirring. Remember that legs and thighs will cook faster than will large breasts.

    Recipe #116140

    1 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    I'm becoming a outdoor cooking affectionado, especially on an open campfire, so much that I even put a fire pit in the back yard! I love to do these when we are camping. (My trick is to put the potatoes just off of the campfires hottest coals before we settle in for the night, in the morning if they are not done they are at least almost done so that a quick stint in the hot coals will get them totally cooked. BUT DONT DO THIS if you are in a place where you are in danger of a major fire if you leave the fire going all night. We have a pit with no chance of it spreading so what I do is safe.)

    Recipe #95682

    This very traditional Australian bread was the staple food of the famous Australian swagman. Traditionally it is cooked in the coals of the campfire but this version is made in your oven. It's very quick to make and extremely versatile. Damper is a cross between a bread and a scone. It can be either sweet or savoury and the variations are endless - just use your imagination. Try a savoury damper as a side dish with soup. The swaggies often served a plain or sweet damper with butter and golden syrup (corn syrup). Served like this it's called 'cockie's joy' - a 'cockie' being a farm worker, and a 'boss cockie' being the person in charge. Damper does not keep well. It is best eaten the day it is made, but it can be frozen and reheated. Give it a try for something different!

    Recipe #87479

    My mom was a Campfire Girl from Bluebirds until adulthood, when she was a summer camp counselor for several years. On some of those Bluebird overnights, they used to make this simple version of "Texas Hash". Transposed to the kitchen, it became a family favorite with her kids, and now I make it for my family. It's easy, cheap, fast, and satisfying. I add garlic and use no-salt-added tomatoes because I'm on a reduced-sodium diet due to pregnancy, and it turns out okay for us, but you may do as you wish, of course. This recipe would, of course, adapt easily to be a camp-out recipe.

    Recipe #78855

    This meal is made with packaged or easy storage ingredients to accommodate the limited resources of a cook using a campfire or recreation vehicle kitchen.

    Recipe #36661

    This came from a kids cookbook so it's really easy. If you don't want to, you don't even have to wash the casserole pan when this is gone. You can make this an indoor recipe by cooking it at 350F in a casserole dish in the oven for an hour or so.

    Recipe #97418

    An easy little treat the kids will enjoy while camping or around a small bonfire in the yard. Have fun.

    Recipe #65449

    A recipe I found on the net a while back and is really great for a small camping dessert, or around a small bonfire in your yard.

    Recipe #64797

    1 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    A minute of prep in the home kitchen will make for a really quick dish at the campsite. Equally easy for a home meal on the grill or in the oven. This is summertime food and the living is easy!

    Recipe #64673

    its fast and easy for me to make. everybody that ive fixed it for wants the recipe. the recipe was given to me from a friend that found it in a cook book that featured the singing cowboy , and marty robbins sent this in. this came from a good friend that gave it to me, he got it from old cookbook that featured the singing cowboys this recipe was sent in by marty robbins. i just love to fix it

    Recipe #29905

    When I was a child, my mother made orange cake every time we went camping. She would scoop out an orange, fill it with (I think) white jiffy cake mix, wrap it in foil and put it it the campfire to bake. They were wonderful!

    Recipe #147

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