Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Camping Food

One of my favorite things to eat while camping is campurritos. They are essentially breakfast burritos that are assembled ahead of time and cooked to perfection over a fire. It is so easy to just throw these on the grill in the morning. Ten minutes later, you have a perfectly warmed, crispy breakfast burrito.

Click here for a link to step-by-step instructions.

Another classic camping meal is chili and cornbread. This meal warms you up and can also easily be prepared over a fire. If you want to get fancy you can make a special recipe (see here), or you can just bring some cans of chili and "just add water" cornbread mix.

Lastly, we can't forget the one, the only, the king of camping desserts: s'mores! Always a hit over the campfire, all you need is a stick, graham crackers, big marshmallows and chocolate. Most people opt for the classic Hershey's Milk Chocolate bar but for something different, I suggest bringing some different varieties of candy bars to try: Crunch Bar, Reese's, Mr. Goodbar, Symphony...all are great choices.

3 comments:

Jessica said...

Everything looks delicious! Now I cannot wait to go camping!!!

Andi of My Beautiful Adventures said...

Smores are the best!

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