Tag Archives: camp cooking

Camping breakfast burger

Who said camping breakfast couldn’t be fancy? These BBQ Pulled Pork English Muffin Camping Breakfast Sandwiches are ridiculously easy and gourmet to boot. The trick to car camping food is to keep it super simple and this recipe is just that. We use leftover BBQ pulled pork from the night before which gets slow cooked […]

Ham & Jack Pudgy Pie

Did you buy the ARB Toasti Burner yet? It’s a great tool to make these easy & delicious pudgy pies! Ingredients 2 slices sourdough bread 2 tablespoons diced fully cooked ham 2 tablespoons canned sliced mushrooms 3 tablespoons shredded pepper jack cheese 1 tablespoon salsa Instructions Place one slice of bread in a greased sandwich […]

BBQ chicken foil packs

Cooking over the campfire is our favorite thing to do, and throwing everything into a foil pack makes it so easy! These foil packs are healthy, packed with flavor, and so fun to cook on the grill and eat outside! The flavorful barbecue chicken and colorful veggies cook up beautifully in foil packs. They make for a super easy clean-up […]

Campfire potatoes

Cooking over the campfire is our favorite thing to do, and throwing everything into a foil pack makes it so easy! These cook up fast and make the perfect side dish. If you don’t want to make these over the fire or grill, they also work great in the oven!  Ingredients 1 kg mini Yukon Gold potatoes, quartered 2 tbsp. extra-virgin […]

Pork belly bites

WARNING: These are extremely tasty; however, overconsumption is not recommended for people with heart conditions. Eat at your own risk! Ingredients 2kg pork belly, skin removed 5 tbsp sweet dry rub 2 tbsp honey 150g butter, cubed ½ cup brown sugar BBQ sauce Optional:  Meat rub (a coffee-based rub works well) Sour cream to serve […]

Grilled chicken skewers with veggies

Like a bright and cheerful summer afternoon, these Grilled Chicken Skewers with Veggies are a quick and easy dinner for the next time you go camping. When the sun is out and the days are long, it’s easy to lose track of the day. One moment you’re relaxing in a hammock, drinking a cold one […]