Camping recipes: A List

SO, while I have provided you with some fun options when it comes to camping recipes, I wanted to provide something more. I got together with my awesome husband, and we’ve put together a master list containing numerous options when it comes to camping breakfast, lunch, and dinners! I hope this will help inspire some of you!


>Pancakes {Get all of the prep work done in advance, and store your batter in giant Ziplocs. Talk about easy clean up!}
> Granola & Yogurt
> Fruit Salad
> Cereal {such a good ol’ stand by!}
>Oatmeal {instant works best}
> Eggs In A Bag
> Breakfast Sandwich
> Breakfast Burrito’s
> Rhodes Roll Scones
> Bagels


> Walking Tacos { a personal favorite!}
> Tin Foil Dinners
> Quick Pork Chops
> Kabobs
> PB&J
> Wraps
> Pita Pizzas
>Hot Dogs
> Chili
> Chili Dogs {Just had to throw that in}
> Pasta Salad


> Potato salad
> Chips
> Fruit {You could even get creative and do fruit kabobs}
> Frozen veggies
> Dutch Oven Fries
> Trail Mix
> Rhodes Rolls On A Stick {I first heard of this from Stacie over at The Potter’s place… haven’t tried it, but doesn’t it sound fun??}

I’d love for YOU to add to our list. That’s why I’ve decided to start a link party, and leave it open for the NEXT 7 days!! So submit, submit, submit! The more people we get to participate, the easier it will be to throw a menu together the next time you’re headed to the great outdoors!


  1. says

    Thanks for the invite. You have such a cute blog, I love it. I will be following along to see what you have to share.
    Rose @ {A Rosie Sweet Home}

  2. Dana says

    Here’s a great tip I found on pinterest: put your pancake batter mix into an empty squeeze bottle (like an empty ketchup bottle). Then just squeeze onto griddle!

  3. Hinchess says

    Seems as though it would be harder to get it into the ketchup bottle than to just pour it onto the griddle.

    • Karen says

      That is why they make funnels. It works great and no mess… If you are pouring out of a ziplock, to me that would be more of a mess. Just saying..

      • Tammy says

        actually the ziplock works great you just cut off one corner and sqeeze it out onto the griddle. Works amazingly well.

  4. says

    This list is awesome! We’re going camping in a couple weeks and I”ve been trying to think of things other than hamburgers and hot dogs to make. This is very helpful!

  5. says

    Just a comment on the rolls on a stick. I’d seen the idea floating around the net for a while and I had plans to take the large dowel I had purchased for just such a purpose and soak it for stick cooking. Well we got to the campsite and had left the dowel behind, so I used what I had which was Refrigerator biscuits and hot dog sticks. These were the two pronged hot dog sticks so I rolled my biscuit into a snake shape (think playdough) and then poked one end onto one pokey side, wound the snake back and forth and put the other end on the pokey side it ended up on. I then held it near the hot coals and checked and turned and checked and turned some more. After about 10 minutes it was done, I added butter and honey to finish it off and it was perfect.

  6. Keri says

    Love your ideas! We are big campers and are always looking for new eats. A few of our favorites are Egg McMuffins for breakfast. One of our favorite treats are campfire donuts. Use Pilsbury buscuits and put a hole in the middle of each biscuit. Heat up a coffee can (empty of course) of oil in or over the fire. Drop your “donuts” in the hot oil. About three at a time. Turning them over once to brown both sides. Put done donuts into a paper bag (we usually put two together) filled with a cinnamon and sugar mixture. Shake til well coated. Cool a little and eat! They are better than the donuts at the fair!

  7. Mary says

    I make banana boats for dessert. You cut a banana while in the peel like you would open a baked potato (not all the way thru) then fill the inside with chic chips and mini marshmallows . Wrap in foil and set on grate over coals for five min or til choc and marshmallows are melted. Open and eat right from the peel. So warm and gooey delicious

  8. Lisa says

    A favorite camping food of ours is faitas. Simply quick fry
    your chicken and beef before you leave for trip, with seasoning
    And put in zip lock. Then slice all your onions, peppers and
    Put in zip lock. We bring a couple if avocados, a container of sour creaM,
    and some tortillas. I buy a can if diced tomatoes with
    cilantro so I don’t have to worry about putting salsa on ice.
    Kids love it – NEVER any left overs!

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