10 Quick-and-Easy Camping Recipes to Keep You Full in the Wilderness
Going camping soon? You're not alone. Tons of Americans are going on road trips right now. But while grilled cheese recipes and salad recipes can be delish, sometimes when you're camping you want something a little more… hearty and campfire-appropos. And that's where these 10 camping food recipes come in.
HOW CUTE are these kid-friendly banana boats? You can make them a full *nine* different ways, including Stawberry Hazelnut, S'Mores, Banana Split, and Honey Ginger style. (via Fresh Off the Grid)
Prep this meal ahead of time and then throw these bad boys in the fire 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)
Pretty much NOTHING could be simpler than prepping 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, from strawberries to blueberries and beyond. (via Annie's Noms)
You might notice that there are a couple of foil pocket recipes on this list, mainly because they're *so* perfect for camping. This iteration offers a Cajun take on things. (via Favorite Family Recipes)
Going camping with bae? This INSANELY delicious adults-only dipped marshmallow snack is going to be the hit of the weekend. (via BS' in the Kitchen)
So, we've already covered some ideas for what to eat around the campfire, 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)
Looking for a camp-friendly meal but want to keep it healthy and low-carb? Spring for this insanely good (and filling!) Italian sausage and bell pepper combo. (via Chelsea's Messy Apron)
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)
Camping with your dad? He's sure to love this classic meat-and-potatoes combo, and so will everyone else. (via Damn Delicious)
We've saved the best for last. The key to making this recipe camp-friendly is to pre-cook the noodles before you leave home. But once you've done that, it's all downhill. Bonus: This is a one-pot recipe that uses barely ANY dishware. (via Hapa Nom Nom)
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