Freshen Up Your Bathroom in 2017 With This Mixed Tile Trend

Mixed tiles are popping up in rooms far and wide, and they just might be what your 2017 space needs. Pattern lovers will fall head over heels for the limitless possibilities that come from mixing colors, textures and styles. And minimalists will breathe a big ol’ sigh of relief at just how little decor is needed once complementary tile comes into play. That said, whether you’re a “less is more” decorator or a “give me all the decorkind of person, this style will instantly add more depth, layers and intrigue to your aesthetic. Don’t believe us? Behold the inspiration below!

We're inching closer and closer to the release of Barbie, and we can hardly wait! But in the meantime, we're loving all the cute and cheeky BTS moments the cast keeps sharing. If there's one thing we can all agree on, it's the fact that Margot Robbie is literally the perfect Barbie, looking totally darling in every single scene in her dreamhouse and beyond.

But, inquiring minds have been did the film managed to capture Barbie's iconic arched feet?! Is it CGI or simply a trick of the cameras? Lucky for us, Margot decided to dish on the viral foot scene once and for all.

How Margot Robbie's 'Barbie' Feet Came To Be

Margot spoke with Fandango, sharing that it really is her own feet in the trailer. She explained that she just walked up, saying, "We had little sticky bits on the floor — double-sided tape for the shoes, so they wouldn't come off — so I could get my feet out of them."

But that's not all! In order to create the appearance of those perfectly arched, iconic Barbie feet, she said there was one secret weapon: a bar! She elaborated, "I was holding onto a bar, but that's it. I wasn't in a harness or anything like that. I just walked up, kind of held onto the bar above [the] camera."

Margot wanted to make sure she performed her own stunts instead of relying on a double. We love an actress who's committed to the bit!

Color us impressed! We can't wait to see what other stunts Margot pulls out of her bag of tricks once the movie finally hits theaters next month.

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Decorating can be a daunting task — it’s the process that transforms a house into a home. You want to create an ambiance that’s collectively chic, inviting, and a reflection of yourself. If you’re a Swiftie, you’ll probably be tempted to add a Taylor poster — or three — on the walls. Instead, reach for some home decor pieces that are sophisticated while still paying homage to the music icon. So whether you’re a fan of Taylor’s country melodies or a Midnights stan, there’s something for both and everything in between.

Taylor Swift Never Be So Kind Tea Towel Set ($53)

Grandma Marjorie will definitely approve of this tea towel set, complete with lyrics from her namesake song. The floral design and lace trimmings make will instantly transform your kitchen into a vintage dream

Darling I'm A Nightmare Pillow ($106)

Cover up that blank space on your bed — or couch — while showing off your Swiftie side with a delightful pillow featuring one of Taylor’s most iconic catchphrases set in intricate embroidery.

Ivy Wall Art ($338)

You may not have a house of stone, but an ivy can still (visually) grow with this gorgeous ink print by oil painter Rebekah May. Visitors will admire the uniquely expert details of the image paired with its elegant frame, and Swifties will definitely understand the Evermore reference.

Cowboy Boot Photo Stand ($14)

Are Debut, Fearless, and Speak Now your favorite eras? Preserve your precious memories with a photo stand that pays homage to Taylor’s early country days, because these are the best days of your life. (And you can even Era-hop with a little 1989 polaroid picture!)

Snake Bronze Table Lamp ($149)

Taylor had Karyn on stage during her Reputation Era to hype her up, and now you can have your own chic serpentine bestie to do the same. This bronze-finished lamp will brighten up everything from your WFH desk to your reading nook, while also reminding you of Taylor’s redemption arc.

Disco Ball Planter ($16)

Taylor’s dreamy pop song "Mirrorball" has had everyone worship disco balls on dance floors since its surprise release in 2020. Keep dancing on your tallest tiptoes and spinning on your highest heels while cultivating your plant child with this unique boho-style planter.

OSP Home Furnishings Odessa Cafe Bistro Chair ($191)

Upon initial sight, this looks like a normal — if not slightly boring — dining table chair. But eagle-eyed Swifties notice that it’s a spitting replica of the one that Taylor uses in her infamous "Vigilante Sh-t" dance during the Eras Tour. Perfect if you want to relive the epic concert and choreo in your kitchen.

Professional Ping Pong Bingo Balls ($90, was $138)

Relive the excitement, anticipation, and slight chaos of Midnights Mayhem with Taylor with your very own “technologically advanced device.”Its vintage design makes it the perfect unique statement piece on your bookshelf or coffee table.

Folklore As Books Wall Canvas ($46)

Folklore is one of Taylor most masterful works. Not only was it a complete 180-turn from the upbeat vibes of Lover, its indie folk sound and poignant lyrics leave listeners haunted long after hearing it. The album is definitely a work of art in its own right, and it deserves a place on the wall. With this unique canvas, that’s exactly where you can put it.

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Travis Barker recently found out he’s becoming a father to Kourtney Kardashian’s baby, on Father’s Day weekend nonetheless. Kourtney announced the joyous news in a most playful way – during the Blink-182 concert (of which Travis is the drummer) in Los Angeles. The new-coming baby will be the couples’ first one together, but will join the mix of Kourtney’s current kids, Mason, Penelope, and Reign. Travis’ son Landon and daughter Alabama will also greet another sibling. Here are all the sweet details about this surprise announcement, and deets on whether it's a boy or a girl! 👀

Kourtney announced her pregnancy with the drummer by holding up a handmade sign that read "Travis I'm pregnant" during the Blink-182's performance in LA. The sign-wielding is a direct tribute to the storyline that's a part of the “All The Small Things” music video, making the news all the more thrilling for KUWTK and Blink-182 fans.

In the music video accompanying the Blink-182 classic “All The Small Things,” you can see Travis’ brief (but oh-so steamy) beachside escapades with a woman in a cheetah print bikini. Towards the end of the video’s storyline, the woman is pictured among a crowd of fans carrying signs, with hers revealing the same message Kourtney delivered: “Travis I’m pregnant.”

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The couple later hinted on social media that the reference to the video was in fact, intentional.

“Overwhelmed with gratitude and joy for God’s blessing and plan,” Kourtney wrote on Instagram, following a sweet series of photos picturing her well-along baby bump next to Travis, who kissed it in one pic, and pretend-drummed it with his drumsticks in another.

Kourtney Kardashian & Travis Barker's Baby – Boy or Girl?

Kourtney and Travis’ – otherwise known by their funky ship name, Kravis – over-the-top energy didn’t stop at the mid-concert pregnancy reveal. The couple revealed the gender of their little newcomer over the weekend in a flashy, yet totally adorable way.

Their big moment began with a suspenseful drumroll and a wide-smiling Kourtney sitting on Travis’ lap behind a drum kit. As the drum sequence ended, a slew of blue streamers burst into the sky, announcing the coming arrival of a boy! Now all that's left to wonder is the baby name they land on... 💙

The pregnancy news is very welcome after the couple had been trying to conceive via in vitro fertilization (IVF), a personal journey documented on the Kardashian’s reality TV show. In May, Kourtney revealed they were “officially done with IVF,” and had their focus set on “what God has in store for us. If that's a baby, I believe it will happen."

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It finally happened — interior design girlies are officially out of the beige phase. Now, there’s nothing wrong with home decor that’s entirely beige-focused. It’s practical, looks good, and pretty much matches with anything (cue the many plants and succulents that are currently filling living rooms). While Pinterest neutrals have proven successfully tasteful, it seems that Tikok is officially saying goodbye to the “sad beige aesthetic” once and for all. What is it being replaced with, you ask? Well, lots of color. And get this — not all of the colors even match.

a millenial that now despises millenial gray

After a self-proclaimed millennial threw away the monotones and grays, she opted for a green couch that “started it all.” From there, she added a reddish pink rug, an array of patterned and solid throw pillows, a varied sized gallery wall (which are all the rage right now, BTW) , and of course — some much-needed plants. Commenters described the decoration upheaval as a “house vs. home” while others praised the colorful prints and vibes.

Another content creator is going viral for his interior decorating tips and tricks that inspire vibrant and creative apartment decor. From kitchen doorways with red and blue glass panels to bright stick-on kitchen tiles, @want.zamora documented his interior design journey as he “escaped the said beige aesthetic.” Now, the internet isn’t entirely happy with the term “sad” because many still prefer beige colors. The argument is that they tend to bring a sense of calmness — especially for people diagnosed with ADHD — and is completely based on personal preference.

In fact, one mom told Today that the neutral-dominated trend wasn’t necessarily bland, but made it much easier to maintain instead of constantly redecorating. As someone who just moved into a new apartment with nothing but a suitcase, I can confirm that designing a living space is totally stressful, much less redesigning one that you’ve already lived in for a long period of time.

Moral of the story: If you’re happier around neutral colors — center your home around nuanced beiges, whites, and grays. If you’re not, then take the TikTok plunge — add more colorful pieces to your home that aren’t necessarily color-coordinated. No matter which you choose, you can never go wrong when it comes to your own living area! Plus, we all know at this point that trends come and go. Happy decorating!

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Camping foods are a great excuse to cook creatively, since you're working with limited tools, unpredictable conditions, and fewer ingredients. Not to mention, there's nothing quite as lovely as cooking (and more importantly, eating) under a wide-open sky. As cool as brewing kombucha or mandoline-slicing veggies for campfire ratatouille sounds, you'll probably be happier making easy camping meals while you're living in a tent.

Not only are these dishes delicious, but they're also quick and easy, which gives you more time for hiking, relaxing, or just hanging out with your friends and family! From breakfast to dessert, these 59 recipes make campsite cooking approachable and delicious.

What are good meals to make while camping?

Chili hot dogs, mac and cheese, grilled corn, pancakes, campfire nachos, roasted salmon, and sloppy joes are all easy meals to make while camping.

What is the best food to bring for camping?

Eggs, rice, bread, beans, canned tuna, cereal, tinned veggies, jams, crackers, protein bars, and fresh fruit are all the best foods to bring for a camping trip. Ensuring your camp is stocked with grains is helpful in sustaining your energy down the line.

What food do I bring for camping for a week?

You'll want to stock up on some easy-to-use groceries if your camping trip is a week long. Bring eggs, bacon, cereal, and potatoes. Don't forget the coffee, either. Load up some peanut butter and jelly, bread, granola bars, chips, hummus and other dips, hot dogs, and canned chili and soups. Fruits that can be stored easily like bananas, apples, and clementines make for good camping and hiking snacks.

What is classic camping food?

Franks and beans, grilled chicken and hamburgers, and campfire chili are all considered classic, traditional camping meals because the recipes are accessible and simple. Of course, s'mores are always on a classic camping menu.

The Easiest Recipes You Need to Make the Best Camping Food Ever

3-Ingredient Protein Pancakes

All you need are bananas, eggs, and your favorite protein powder to make these quick and healthy pancakes. They're super customizable, meaning you can top yours with anything from a chocolate smiley face to a blueberry heart, or do a different topping every day. For a camping trip, prep the batter ahead of time, so you're not scrambling to bring a campsite breakfast together. (via Brit + Co.)

Campfire Peach Cobbler

If you never thought canned peaches and refrigerated biscuit dough could make you sing, you're highly underestimating the two. When dusted with cinnamon sugar and cooked over the fire, they form a sweet, buttery cobbler. This recipe's the perfect vehicle for copious amounts of whipped cream. (via Brit + Co.)

Crispy Buffalo Chicken Wraps

These chicken wraps are super versatile because you can grill them like Tieghan does, or leave them cold if you prefer to eat them like regular wraps. Grab some rotisserie chicken to make this an easy camping recipe. The real star of the show is the buffalo sauce. It adds a nice kick that complements the creaminess of the ranch and cheese. Yes please! (via Brit + Co.)

Superfood Egg Sandwich

This hearty sandwich is a great way to start off a day full of hiking, swimming, or just hanging out at the campsite. Chia seeds, avocado, spinach, and Greek yogurt give a regular egg sandwich a serious upgrade, and we're pretty sure we're never going back. (via Brit + Co.)

Keto Cheesy Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts are great for getting in that Vitamin K, antioxidants, and fiber. A cheesy bacon topping takes them to the next level in this camping recipe. To get ready for your trip, just make them ahead of time, cover, and store in the fridge until it's time to leave. Then reheat them over the campfire, and dig in! (via Brit + Co.)

Asparagus and Goat Cheese Frittata

If you've never had a frittata before, think of it like a cousin to omelettes or a quiche without the crust. Asparagus and goat cheese make this pick *extra* springlike, but you can sub for your favorite cheese, or even skip the cheese (and sub the cream) for a non-dairy alternative. This is one camping breakfast recipe you can make right over the fire. (via Brit + Co.)

Chicken and Broccoli Foil Dinner

Foil dinners are a camping staple because you can just throw them on the fire and let them cook while you're playing cards, telling stories, or catching up on your latest read. This camping recipe is totally customizable, so pick soy sauce for an Asian flavor or, go with regular old hot sauce. You can also swap the chicken and broccoli for different meats and veggies until you find your favorite camping combo! (via Brit + Co.)

Easy Instant Pot Tuscan White Bean Soup

Hot soup is one of the best camping dinners because it's filling, and it'll keep you warm after the sun goes down! This one is chock full of carrots, zucchini, mushrooms, onions, and kale. It also calls for sausage, but you could easily leave that out to turn it into a meat-free dish. Make it beforehand with your Instant Pot, or just use a big pot over the campfire. (via Brit + Co.)

Cast Iron Pizza

Store-bought dough is going to help you save a ton of time one making this pizza recipe. You can cut the slices as big or small as you and the fam want, and with lots of cheese and veggies, this pie will bring a smile to everyone's faces! Load up a cast iron skillet or dutch oven with the pizza, and you've got yourself a hearty post-hike dinner. (via Brit + Co.)

Lemon Chicken Skewers

Before you head off on your camping adventure, cut up your chicken and veggies, and store them in different containers. Then when you're in front of your grill, you can just arrange and cook! Moroccan flavors and the creamy feta sauce are a match made in heaven. (via Brit + Co.)

Campfire Chilaquiles

Turn a bag of tortilla chips into breakfast with these hearty chilaquiles. This Mexican-inspired dish is basically breakfast lasagna, as it comes together easily with layers of salsa, beans, chips, and cheese — plus some eggs on top. (via Brit + Co.)

Egg Muffins

Okay, so we'll admit that this might not be the easiest camping recipe once you're actually at your campsite, but prepare them beforehand, and you'll have a filling and cost-effective breakfast at your disposal. The veggies add a healthy edge and flavor worthy of two thumbs up! (via Brit + Co.)

Grilled Fluffernutter Sandwich

Peanut butter, chocolate chips, and marshmallow spread come together for one of the best sandwiches known to man. It's easy to find vegan versions of these ingredients, or you can go for your go-to's. Either way, this is a camping recipe that will satisfy kids and adults alike. (via Brit + Co.)

Triscuit, Prosciutto, Drunken Goat Cheese, and Tomato Bites

These tiny snacks look and sound super fancy, but are as easy as assembling any other cracker snacks! Layer the ingredients ahead of time for a snack in the car, or wait until you're curled up inside your sleeping bag with your book to indulge. Either way, these will taste amazing! (via Brit + Co.)

10-Minute Vegan Stir Fry

If all you have time to do in the way of food prep is to stop at a Trader Joe's on the way to your campsite, you're in luck. This 10-minute stir-fry comes together with three main ingredients and requires zero advance work. (via Brit + Co.)

Campfire Veggie Packets

Bring chopped peppers, onions, and potatoes to camp, dump them into foil packets with your favorite sausage, and enjoy an exquisitely fragrant meal. Not only are they a tasty way to get lots of veggies, but they also make for easy camping meals for large groups. It's a win-win! (via Brit + Co.)

Sweet Potato and Black Bean Chili

Love chili, but not a fan of ground beef? This vegan recipe (which features sweet potatoes, black beans, mushrooms, and tomatoes) is just the thing to satisfy your craving. Since there's no meat or dairy products, you don't have to worry about it going bad too fast! (via Brit + Co.)

Chicken Pepperoni Casserole

A make-ahead recipe that brings pizza and chicken together? Count us in. This low-carb recipe features tomato sauce, three different kinds of cheese, and pepperoni for a tasty dish that will make your inner child cheer. (via Brit + Co.)


This Middle Eastern dish is full of tomatoes, onions, peppers, and spices (along with some eggs), and makes for a wonderfully warm and filling addition to your camping foods list. Leave as-is or top with a little bit (or a lot) of cheese. (via Brit 20o.)

Pineapple Chicken Skewer Lettuce Wraps

Bring pre-marinated chicken and wrap fixings to your campsite, then unload everything onto a tray. Your fellow campers will have a blast customizing their own skewers and lettuce wraps. (viaBrit + Co.)

Fruit Skewers with Mason Jar Whipped Cream

Behold, exhibit number 7,043 why butter and sugar make everything better. Here, they're slathered onto your favorite summer fruits, which are formed into finger food skewers and grilled in foil packets. While the fruits cook, have fun shaking up some mason-jar whipped cream — just try not to eat it all before your snack is done. (via Brit + Co.)

Campfire Cones

When it's time to break out the dessert, consider these delicious cones. All you have to do is stuff an ice cream cone with your favorite chocolate candies, marshmallows, and nuts, and wrap it up in aluminum foil. It becomes its own campfire packet! Just set it over the fire for a few minutes to melt the chocolate. (via Brit + Co.)

Triscuit, Almond Butter, Banana, and Honey Camping Bites

When snack time rolls around, you want something healthy that also tastes delish and will satisfy you until dinner's up. It's harder than it should be to find a recipe that does all three! Enter: these bites. The almond butter offers protein, while the banana adds some fiber, and the honey keeps things sweet. Done, and done. (via Brit + Co.)

Jackfruit Burrito Bowls

Perfect for anyone who can't eat meat, or if you're trying to eat more plant-based meals, this jackfruit recipe is the perfect way to get everything you love about burrito bowls, without the meat. Once assembled, top with avocado, corn, onions, and salsa. (via Brit + Co.)

Make-Ahead Spinach Mushroom Gnocchi Casserole

Casseroles are one of the ultimate comfort foods, and this recipe (complete with three different cheeses, mushrooms, and plenty of thyme) is as cozy as it gets. Make it at home, or cook it up in a skillet right over the campfire. Either way, you won't be disappointed. (via Brit + Co.)

Strawberry Arugula Walnut Salad

Sometimes you prefer a lighter lunch, especially if you're camping on a hot afternoon. This salad has plenty of strawberries and walnuts, plus a nice dose of balsamic dressing (with Dijon mustard, maple syrup, and garlic — YUM!) that satisfies without weighing you down. (via Brit + Co.)

Colorful Peep S'mores

You can't have a camping trip without s'mores...right?! It's a requirement. If you want to change up your usual s'mores recipe, consider swapping regular marshmallows for Peeps instead for some extra color! And while the chocolate dipped graham crackers are optional, we 100% recommend them. (via Brit + Co.)

Chickpea Salad Sandwich

If you're somewhat challenged when it comes to starting a campfire, have no fear. This budget-friendly vegetarian meal comes together in minutes, and no heat's necessary. This is especially great for camping trips in the dead of summer. (via Brit + Co.)

Chrissy Tiegen's Pork Bánh Mì with Quick Pickles and Roasted Broccoli

Carrots, cucumbers, and broccoli offer some nutrients, and the soy sauce, brown sugar, and rice vinegar give this simple camping meal some serious flavor. Plus, look at all that color! If you're not a fan of sandwiches, you can make the pickle mix (with the cucumbers, carrots, and shallot) for a healthy side dish. (via Brit + Co.)

One-Pot Beef Stroganoff

If you're camping, but still want a hearty meal that tastes just like grandma used to make, turn to this simplified beef stroganoff. It's the most high-effort recipe on this list, but it only requires one cast iron skillet. The minimal advance prep will go a long way in this camping meal idea. (via Fresh Off The Grid)

Homemade Oven Beef Jerky

Whether you're in the car on the way to your campsite (roadtrip!), or you're already around the campfire, you need some snacks! This DIY beef jerky is an easy way to make your own – no dehydrator required. The key to getting jerky that everyone is sure to love is actually in how you cut it. Slice along the grain for chewy, or against the grain for tender jerky. (via Barley & Sage)

DIY Pizza Lunchable

Make a healthier (and not to mention cheaper) version of our favorite childhood meal with pita bread, cheese, and tomato sauce. This is a great pick for the car or the campsite, and since you can customize the veggies, it's a surefire way to keep everyone happy! (via Feel Good Foodie)

Biscuits and Gravy

Flavorful, filling, and warm, biscuits and gravy make for one of the best camping recipes. There's nothing like smelling the gravy and feeling the chill of the morning air. We love it SO much. Prep the gravy ahead of time, so that you don't have to do as much work at your campsite, or you could spend time making it with the whole fam! (via Culinary Hill)

Ham Roll-Ups

These bite size roll ups are literally one of the easiest camping snacks you'll ever make. All you need is ham, cream cheese, and pickles, and you've got yourself one salty, creamy bite. (via Culinary Hill)

Caprese Chicken Foil Packets

This camping recipe only requires a few minutes, which makes it the perfect dinner after a hike or while the rest of the fam is telling scary stories around the fire. Not only is it bursting with flavors of cheese, pesto, and tomatoes, but there's basically no cleanup required. Big thumbs up from us. (via A Spicy Perspective)

Brussels Sprouts Caesar Salad

Brussels sprouts are great for getting some extra antioxidants and fiber. With parmesan cheese and a DIY Caesar dressing, this campfire food just got a whole lot tastier. Chop the sprouts and mix up the dressing beforehand so when dinnertime rolls around, you can just assemble the salad and dig in. (via Feel Good Foodie)

Mediterranean Salmon Foil Packets

Cool pesto and crumbly feta on top of silky salmon filets will always feel restorative, no matter how hot it is outside. This is definitely on our best camping foods list! (via The Seasoned Mom)

Spicy Beer BBQ Chicken Skewers with Avocado Corn and Feta Salsa

Everything about this camping recipe is a good idea. Simmer some beer, ketchup, and honey with chipotle chilis for a sauce that will go great with burgers, fries, and all your summertime sandwiches. Spread some of the sauce on chicken cubes before grilling them to get some extra flavor, and add even more once the skewers are plated! Gotta love some sauce. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Chili Dogs

Hot dogs are one of the best classic camping bites, and the only way you can make them better is by adding chili and cheese. Good thing this recipe has both! This is a super easy camping recipe to assemble that's also easy to customize. Picky eaters, welcome! While the recipe calls for a DIY chili, you can totally grab a can from the store to make meal prep faster. (via Culinary Hill)

Campfire Banana Boats

How cute are these kid-friendly banana boats? You can prep this camping recipe a full *nine* different ways, including flavors like Strawberry Hazelnut, S'Mores, Banana Split, and Honey Ginger. We'd like to try every single one, please and thank you. (via Fresh Off The Grid)

BBQ Chicken Foil Packs

Prep this camping meal ahead of time, and then throw these bad boys in the fire once you're on your camping trip. Two notes of caution: 1. Keep these in a cooler until you're ready to cook them, so the chicken doesn't spoil, and 2. Make sure to wear heat-proof gloves when taking these out of the campfire! (via Life In The Lofthouse)

Raspberry Dark Chocolate Chip Overnight Oats

Pretty much nothing could be simpler than prepping a jar overnight oats ahead of time and eating them for breakfast while you're camping. And by the way, feel free to use whatever fruit you'd like for your oats, from strawberries to blueberries and beyond. (via Annie's Noms)

Cajun-Style Grill Foil Packets

You might notice that there are a couple of foil pocket recipes on this list, mainly because they're *so* perfect for camping. This easy camping recipe offers a Cajun take on things. (via Favorite Family Recipes)

Bailey's Dipped Toasted Marshmallows

Going camping with your S.O.? We're pretty sure that this INSANELY delicious (and adults-only) dipped marshmallow snack is about to be the hit of the weekend. (via BS' In The Kitchen)

Prosciutto and Edamame Pasta with Lemon Glaze

This might be the fanciest pasta salad we've seen. The bright colors and tangy flavors make it the perfect warm weather recipe, and a healthy lunch on any camping adventure! Prosciutto, edamame, and cantaloupe come together for a sweet and salty camping food that you have to taste to believe. (via A Spicy Perspective)

Energy-Boosting Trail Mix with Toasted Coconut and Dark Chocolate

So, we've already covered some ideas for what camping recipes to eat around the fire, but what about when you're on the trail? Cue this high-energy snack loaded with coconut flakes, raw almonds, dried cherries, dark chocolate, cashews, and more. (via Kristine's Kitchen)

Hot Ham and Swiss Croissants

Sure, these are technically sandwiches, which is why they're so easy to make for a camping trip. But the twist is that you wrap them in foil and throw them on the heat, allowing the cheese to get all melty and gooey. Better than your average sammie, no? (via Life With The Crust Off)

Italian Sausage and Veggies Foil Pack

Looking for a good camping recipe, but want to keep things healthy and low-carb? Spring for this insanely yummy (and filling!) Italian sausage and bell pepper combo. Mix in as many different colored peppers as you possibly can. (via Chelsea's Messy Apron)

Sausage, Potato, and Green Bean Foil Packs

Camping with your dad? He'll love this classic meat-and-potatoes combo, and so will everyone else. (via Damn Delicious)

24 Hour Fruit Salad

Anything that can be made overnight is going to get a stamp of approval from us, especially on a camping trip. This sweet and fruity recipe is the easiest snack to add to your trip, especially if the rest of your meals are heavy and salty. (via Culinary Hill)

Camping Mac and Cheese

We've saved the best for (almost) last. The key to making this campfire mac and cheese recipe is to pre-cook the noodles before you leave home. Once you've done that, it's all downhill from there. Bonus: This is a one-pot recipe that uses barely any dishes, so cleanup time goes by a lot faster. (via Hapa Nom Nom)

Best Frito Chili Pie

If you've never had a Frito walking taco, it's time to fix that, like, right now. This recipe includes making your own chili, then filling the Frito bags, but you can also just stuff with store-bought ground beef, cheese, and salsa to make things even easier. (via A Spicy Perspective)

Grilled Halloumi Breakfast Sandwich

The halloumi on this meat-free sandwich promises all the heartiness and none of the greasiness of bacon or sausage. When fried for just a few minutes, it gets perfectly golden on the outside and remains toothsome throughout. Enjoy your camping breakfast with a pot of fresh campfire coffee! (via Fresh Off The Grid)

Mexican Tortilla Roll Ups

Ham and cheese is a tried-and-true pinwheel combo, but this camping recipe takes it to the next level with a mix of chiles, olives, onions, and garlic. They'll make for an excellent camping food and lunchbox addition, come the end of summer. (via Culinary Hill)

Foil Packet Nachos

You’ve tried them in the oven, you’ve tried them in the microwave at 2AM, and now it’s time to try them camp-style in a foil packet over a crackling fire. These nacho packs seal in a lot of heat, so everything melds to the chips, and the cheese melts perfectly. (via The Cookie Rookie)

Vegan S'mores

As it turns out, elevating classic s'mores is as simple as making some vegan swaps. If you're feeling extra adventurous, top your campfire dessert with a few potato chips! Their saltiness draws out even more sweetness from chocolate, and their crispiness is the perfect contrast with pillowy marshmallows. (via Fresh Off The Grid)

Foil Pack Garlic Fries

Fries can totally be a meal. We can attest that this recipe is as delicious as it sounds. Enjoy these well-seasoned spuds post-hike, and you’ll forever be a believer in the power of campfire potatoes. (via Kirbie's Cravings)

Cheesy Ranch Chicken Potato Foil Packets

Ranch dip seasoning really lets this mix of chicken, veggies, and cheese stand apart from the crowd. This dish is a delicious meal for your camping adventures, but it's also great during other times of the year — you can break out the recipe again once tailgate season rolls around! (via A Spicy Perspective)

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As a self-proclaimed food enthusiast, comfort food holds a special place in my heart. It's like a warm hug from a loved one, a culinary sanctuary that never fails to provide solace and satisfaction. Whether it's a steaming bowl of mac and cheese, a hearty serving of chicken pot pie, or a slice of rich chocolate cake, comfort food has the uncanny ability to transport me to a place of pure contentment. So, grab a cozy blanket, prepare toand let's dive into the world of comfort food – where every bite is a reminder that, sometimes, a little taste of nostalgia is all we need to find comfort in the chaos of life.

Baked Rigatoni with Ricotta and Meat Sauce

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I absolutely adore this recipe for baked rigatoni with ricotta and meat sauce! It combines the hearty flavors of meat sauce, the creamy richness of ricotta cheese, and the comforting texture of perfectly cooked rigatoni pasta. The aroma of the simmering meat sauce fills the air, making it impossible to resist taking a sneak taste before it even reaches the oven. (via Most Hungry)

Brown Butter Mashed Potatoes With Roasted Garlic

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These brown butter mashed potatoes are simply divine! This recipe holds a special place in my heart, reminding me of cherished family gatherings around the dinner table. (via Barley and Sage)

Baked Mac and Cheese

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Be prepared to have the irresistible scent of bubbling cheese and golden garlic breadcrumbs fill the air. The velvety, cheesy sauce generously coats each tender macaroni noodle, and when you take your first bite, you're sure to love that added breadcrumb crunch. (via Culinary Hill)

Southern Baked Mac and Cheese

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If there's any food that I automatically associate with comfort, it's absolutely mac and cheese. It was my faithful support during University days, so you can imagine how nostalgic this dish is. If a crunchy, crusty top isn't your preferred bite of mac, be sure to try out this recipe instead, and you'll get a taste of indulgent comfort food at its best! (via Pink Owl Kitchen)

Garlic Rosemary Roasted Baked Potatoes

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As far as I'm concerned, everyone should have a good, staple potato recipe. This effortless comfort food recipe is suitable for any day of the week, yet it possesses a remarkable elegance that makes it a fitting addition to even the most extravagant holiday feasts. (via Veggie Society)

Classic Shepherd's Pie

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You really can't go wrong with Shepherd's Pie if you're in need of traditional comfort food. Check out this easy, healthy take on the once-regular feature on everyone's family dinner table. (via The Girl on Bloor)

Lentil and Sweet Chili

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Whenever my friends need a pick-me-up, this is the dish I turn to. Even though I am not the biggest enthusiast of spicy food, lentil and sweet potato chili just does wonders. The recipe is pretty straightforward, but contains all the warming comfort you need. (via Gastro Plant)

Souper Creamy Broccoli Cheddar Chicken Rice

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This dish combines some of my all-time favorite ingredients! The tender chicken, vibrant broccoli florets, and creamy cheddar cheese mingle perfectly with the fluffy rice, creating a burst of flavors and textures (via Half Baked Harvest)

Turkish Lamb Stew (Kuzu Guvec)

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My mum is a firm believer that you need to have some sort of stew incorporated into your meals at least once per week. And as I got older, I discovered that I actually agree, and Kuzu Guvec is a prime example of a classic comforting stew with just a few ingredients. (via Give Recipe)

Simple Roasted Chicken Pieces

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Roasted chicken totally embodies the essence of home-cooked meals. The best thing is that it's almost an effortless recipe, with a 5-minute prep and 50-minute oven baking without worries. (via Give Recipe)

Southern Comfort Dogs

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When I was a child, my father used to take me to see tennis matches on a court near our apartment. Whenever we went, he would always buy hot dogs and a can of soda for the both of us. You might assume that hot dogs don't exactly scream homemade; however, they bring such a sense of familiarity and a feeling of nostalgia for simpler times for me. This recipe, in particular, is a testament to the joy of indulging in comfort food and has become a go-to treat for any casual gatherings with my friends and family. (via A Spicy Perspective)

Korean Spicy Soft Tofu Soup

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The delicate tofu, simmered in the fiery red soup, creates a perfect balance between soothing and spicy flavors. With each spoonful, I'm reminded of the moments I spent exploring Korean culture and immersing myself in its vibrant cuisine. Give it a try whether you're looking to try something new or just craving a good, comforting dish. (via Takes Two Eggs)

Beef Barley Soup

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If you've had a tough day and need a comforting bowl of goodness, beef barley soup is the recipe for you! The tender chunks of beef, paired with the earthy flavors of vegetables and the nutty richness of barley, create a symphony of flavors that warms both body and soul. (via Feel Good Foodie)

Baked Potato Soup

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Yummy! That's what I have to say about this baked potato soup. Whether enjoyed on a quiet evening at home or shared with loved ones, this baked potato soup is a personal favorite that never fails to bring a smile to my face. (via This Wife Cooks)

The Best Ever Healing Chicken Soup

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This nourishing soup isn't just a comforting meal — it's a source of solace and rejuvenation. With each spoonful, I can feel the healing power of this soup, providing comfort during times of illness or simply when I need a soothing pick-me-up. (via The Girl on Bloor)

Lebanese Ride Pudding

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Try out this floral version of rice pudding — it's got no eggs and is totally gluten-free! The process of making Lebanese rice pudding begins by simmering rice in milk, which is then infused with delightful essences such as mastic, rose water, and orange blossom water to add a distinct flavor profile. (via Forks and Foliage)

Best Sugar Cookie Recipe

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We're finishing the list with a good one! If there was ever a nostalgic, comforting dessert, then it must be cookies. They just bring back memories of festive seasons and joyful baking sessions with loved ones. It's a guaranteed comfort session in the form of food! (via A Spicy Perspective)

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