Are you ready for the most amazingly brilliant camping recipe to date?! These sandwiches have lived in my freezer for months after seeing the original idea over on the Pioneer woman blog. We run out of them quickly and are constantly restocking! I like to call this the campfire sandwich. It’s warm and filling, totally customizable, and so so easy to make! All you need is some good quality sandwich meat, spreads or cheese of choice, and some tin foil!
- 1 lb good roast beef (or any other lunch meat)
- cheese of choice (we like cheese whiz)
- Build your sandwiches using the roast beef (or other meats), rolls, and cheese.
- Individually wrap each sandwich in tin foil and freeze.
- AT HOME COOKING: Place your foil wrapped sandwiches in the oven at 375 degrees for 30 minutes, or until warmed through.
- CAMPING COOKING: Toss your sandwiches onto warmed coals and cook until heated through (about 20 minutes)
You can make these roast beef as I mentioned OR get creative. Add a new spread or different meats. Try a turkey bacon or ham and swiss!? Spread on some mayonnaise or spicy mustard?? I know the cheese whiz is so wrong, but that melted gooey mess is just too tempting!
Like I’ve said before, I really like to get things together before we leave. This is the perfect example. I set up a little assembly line and have my four year old helper (with clean little hands) help me assemble different variations. Pop them into the freezer and pack them neatly into the ice box when we are ready to leave.
These are also great as a warm lunch idea to keep around. We pull them out (especially on busy days) and have a quick sandwich ready in minutes. Serve them with some chips or veggie straws and you are good to go!