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    This is a grilling recipe, and one that easily transfers to the campfire when camping. You can make it up ahead of time, put it into a cooler of ice and skip the mess at the campsite. A great dish from Marlboro.

    Recipe #174747

    Fun camping treat for over the fire when roasting marshmallows just isn't enough. Cook time is a guess, it depends on how hot the fire is. Note: cherry pie filling can be substituted for any fruit pie filling. I'm not sure how pudding pie filling would work.

    Recipe #66958

    12 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This recipe is great for a picnic or camping. Make up the pkgs at home keep in a cooler and no problem when ready to cook. I like to add some garlic, and have a peppy sauce on the side to serve with them. Green salad that's it!

    Recipe #68970

    When I was younger, I used to go camping with our church youth group and we would always make sure that this was included on the menu. It's one of those recipes that you know everyone would like. This is scaled down. Note, this is not a diet meal!

    Recipe #129255

    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

    Here's an old standby I use often. You can use other little goodies as well, such as mushrooms, real sliced onions, etc. If real potatoes are used, the cooking time will be longer.

    Recipe #65663

    Quick and easy for 1 portion. Prep time is a guesstimate, it depends on too many factors.

    Recipe #124538

    Recipe #210551

    We make this whenever we go camping and it really does taste just like pineapple upside down cake. We usually put the packets on the grill grate on the camp fire ring if there is one; if not, we use our BBQ grill.

    Recipe #210566

    We make these whenever we go camping. Tastes great and the kids just love them.

    Recipe #30694

    Great for outdoor events, easy for kids!

    Recipe #129686

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

    Recipe #65449

    5 Reviews |  By VO

    The team moms serve these up at softball games and sell lots. Easy and really good.

    Recipe #140301

    I love this recipe for GORP that was made into actual balls(recipe is curtosy of Camp Cumberland's "Camp Kwah-ee Track N' Trail 1995" Recipe book for leaders, passed out before camp started...still have my copy)...I just gotta share...it's sooooooo good!!

    Recipe #224210

    This is one of the first things I learned to cook, thanks to my girl guide leaders. Whenever we went camping we made these tasty bananas for desert. Kids will love them in all their oooohy gooooey goodness. Pure chocolate bars are best for this, in my opinion, instead of ones with fillings.

    Recipe #88640

    Simple and fun Muffins for the younger ones to do around the fire.

    Recipe #66436

    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

    3 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    Fun for kids to make and a great way to keep them occupied. Take caution with these with younger children, especially with the string being around the neck after the necklace has been eaten.

    Recipe #95937

    Not really a 'recipe', just a way to serve them when you have a lots of kids over, and most important NO MESS to clean up. My DS's and their cousins really had fun with this, and they could layer whatever they wanted. I'm giving just an estimated quantity and serving is for 1 person. To free up your time buy presliced vegetables from the local salad bar in your supermarket, just place them individually in the plastic produce bag and place in salad bar container to keep ingredients apart.

    Recipe #127327

    Icky, spooky kids' snack.

    Recipe #158266

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