Posts Tagged ‘Campfire’
Campfire strawberry shortcake is an easy camping recipe that can be a delicious dessert or breakfast. This version uses cream cheese and honey instead of whipped cream, and can easily be made using our favorite tool: the Pie Iron,.
These tempeh barbecue sandwiches are healthy and hearty. They are perfect for a fun night by the campfire, or to take with you on a day trip during this fitness-focused time of the year.
Sweet and smoky BBQ Baked Black Eyed Peas are sure to bring you luck for 2013.
Corn dogs baked in a Pie Iron over the campfire. This corn dog recipe can be made in a dutch oven or on a stick, and is an exciting traditional camp recipe with an excellent twist.
Garlicky lima bean spread is a flavorful addition to any sandwich or great as a dip for crackers or vegetables. It makes an easy make-at-home addition to any camping trip, and sticks to your ribs, filling you up on the trail.
This is not so much a recipe as it is a guide to creating delicious Campfire Flatbread Pizzas. Make it a pizza party by having everyone assemble their own!
Campfire potatoes are a hearty, smoky and flavorful addition to any camping breakfast. Serve these next to grits and eggs, or inside your breakfast burritos to please every camper no matter their taste buds.
Chili dogs are way better than your typical camping hot dogs on a stick. This chili dog recipe is pretty straightforward, but involves gourmet straightforward ingredients (including beer), which makes all the difference.
This recipe transforms tempeh into something delicious and familiar. Tempeh hot wings are the perfect appetizer to heat up a cold crisp evening outdoors.
Dutch Oven Stuffed Peppers are a hearty meal that can be easily cooked over the campfire. Eat them after a good outdoor workout.
This Kabocha squash soup is perfect for the chilly days January is serving up. With the right amount of spiciness and smokiness, this soup is meal-worthy and will make you feel warm and satisfied.
Nothing like a little heat and spice to warm up a cool night out under the stars. This Indian Spice Fire Roasted Zucchini is fun to make with a group of friends.
After working with the book Campfire Cookery so much and loving it, we convinced the publisher to send one of you lucky readers a free copy for yourself!
So simple. So delicious. These Foil-Roasted Mushrooms get extra fancy with toasted hazelnuts and chives. Serve them as a side dish or add them to mashed taters and you practically got yourself a meal!
Our Tomato Relish is cooked in a cast iron skillet over a campfire. The resulting flavor is so complex, you won’t believe it’s just a few ingredients.
Finally a Vegan Sausage recipe that will do the real thing justice! These Vegan Sausages are seriously delicious and deliver on flavor, texture and satisfaction.
Soyrizo Stuffed Mushrooms – a Mexican-inspired appetizer just in time for Cinco de Mayo. Pop these on the grill or in a skillet, and grab yourself a beer. They’ll be ready in no time at all.
Forget about store-bought salsa and make this easy and delicious roasted tomatillo salsa. Let the campfire do its thing and then enjoy this fresh and tangy salsa with tortilla chips.
Tortilla soup is a quick and easy meal to make that is hearty and warming enough for camping. Make tortilla soup on your next backpacking trip.
Everyone knows grilled sausages are delicious, but we simmer them in beer and onions first.
Dutch Oven Hash Browns are the perfect breakfast comfort food for a leisurely morning sitting by the campfire.
We fancy up your typical campfire bananas by stuffing them with butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, and a bit of dark rum in this recipe for Grilled Bananas Foster.
Pears poached in red wine is perfect for a winter camping evening. This is a two-for-one recipe offers an easy gourmet dessert accompanied by a warm beverage of mulled wine.
Take Thanksgiving outside this year and include this campfire roasted sweet potatoes recipe. It is sweet potato casserole gone wild!
Quesadillas are fantastic made over a campfire. Here’s an easy recipe for Campfire Mushroom and Corn Quesadillas, but you can make them with any fillings you like.
Madyson’s Gourmet Marshmallow Fluffs are fancy marshmallows with chocolate or peanut butter chips inside. Roast them over the campfire and eat them straight off the stick or sandwiched between graham crackers for smores.
Add another weapon to your camping arsenal – the GSI Stainless Toaster, a versatile and lightweight tool for car camping, cycle touring and backpacking. The GSI Stainless Toaster makes the perfect peanut butter and jelly toast over a stove or campfire.
Smores wrapped in bacon makes a salty sweet treat for campfire cooking. Bacon wrapped smores taste excellent, though they are definitely different!
This brown sugar spice rub is excellent on any protein or vegetable you’d like to grill. The brown sugar is my secret weapon in my famous brown sugar spice rub.
Information about dutch oven cooking over a campfire. Includes benefits, care, and how to use a dutch oven. A loved form of gourmet outdoor cooking.
Shrimp marinated in chipotles, lime juice, and olive oil are grilled over a campfire. You only need a few ingredients, and the Spicy Grilled Shrimp Skewers will cook in minutes.
Skillet enchiladas taste as great as if baked in the oven. Made with chipotles, corn, black beans and tomatillos, skillet enchiladas is truly an easy camping recipe.
A dutch oven cobbler that is perfect for breakfast or dessert. Made with strawberries, rhubarb, and biscuits, it is an easy camping recipe for a dutch oven.
This Chunky Roasted Red Pepper Dip is packed with peppers and walnuts and flavored with caramelized shallots, garlic, cumin, and paprika. Serve it with crackers for an easy camping snack.
These roasted balsamic Brussel sprouts will convert any Brussels sprout hater into a lover. Just add onions, garlic, olive oil and a splash of balsamic vinegar to create hearty side dish or appetizer.
A toasted marshmallow and dulce de leche sandwiched between two Geneva cookies.
Sweet mini bell peppers stuffed with herbs and cream cheese, campfire roasted in foil packets.
A hot and gooey toasted marshmallow and melted milk chocolate sandwiched between two graham cracker squares.