These are great to take to work, kids lunch boxes, for a potluck or a bake sale, you can slice them and stick them in the freezer then wrap tightly in foil, put a frozen wrapped bar into your kid's lunchboxes, they will thaw out by noon, they are just as good if not better than the store-bought! ---This also works well using blueberry or other flavors of jams, for easy spreading heat the jam in the microwave until softened :)
These chewy granola bars were adapted from recipe #73754 from Kittencal. My changes were to add coconut, dates, and walnuts. I also used butterscotch chips in place of chocolate chips. You'll see that your own options are endless - just substitute the ingredients that your family prefers!
I have never had sticky chicken, but I saw this recipe in the newspaper recently and thought I'd try it sometime.The recipe explains how to prepare this ahead of time so you can make it for an easy campfire meal. We don't go camping, but I figure you can make it at home, too! The recipe source is from Don Jacobson's "The One Pan Gourmet".
A crunchy, herbed flavor-filled snack! Prepare in less than 5 minutes; will be ready to eat in one hour. It's even better than any store-bought munchie! Eat this on movie night, or pack in lunches or for a camping trip. You can serve this at picnics, parties, gatherings, showers, weddings, etc: it goes a long way! This recipe is from a co-worker; I asked for the recipe after one bite of these seasoned crackers. Prep time includes 1 hour of marinating.
I have been making these for years, it's a family favorite! all ingredients are wrapped in a foil pouch then grilled for about 30-40 minutes, add in some cooked cubed ham for a complete meal, you could even make the packets well in advance then refrigerate until ready to grill :) Make certain to use only large heavy-duty foil for this and spray the inside of the foil generously!
I found this recipe somewhere online while searching for camping recipe. My family loves these camping on the grill or out of the oven. I think they are best from the oven. I have made these without the peanut butter and used just walnuts they are just as good.
I combined a couple of ideas and came up with this. This is for a deep 12 inch cast iron dutch oven. Amounts are approximate, use whatever size cake mix and pie filling you have, easily double the recipe for bigger crowds. We burned ours in about 10 minutes by putting a too hot log on top so BE SURE TO CHECK IT OFTEN!
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!
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.)