Going camping? Try these 18 simple and tasty campfire dishes from Spoonful.com!
Any cowboy can tell you that it takes more than meat and marshmallows to make a campfire meal. Here's a side dish perfect for rounding out the menu.
It's summer, and peaches are abundant, ripe, and heavy with juice--just right for making this campfire dessert that tops off the natural flavor of fresh fruit with a light caramel sauce and toasted marshmallow.
This easy apple dessert is a great way to end your cookout meal.
Keep your campout dinner simple with this variation on pigs in a blanket.
Breaded, grilled chicken strips are a great choice for finicky eaters when they can use their favorite dipping sauce.
Ham steaks are great campfire fare because they're precooked, so you essentially need only to heat them through.
Kids come up with a pearl every time they dive into one of these sweet under-the-sea-style snacks. They're perfect for ocean-side picnics, beach-themed parties, or any gathering celebrating the sunniest season.
Like s'mores, these bananas derive their gooey goodness from the heat of a grill or campfire.
This versatile dinner dish is a great idea for outdoor cooking, camping, or just a delicious meal anytime.
Versatile and delicious, this grill-top recipe created by food writer Judith Fertig is about as easy as they come.
Turn gooey s'mores into a tidy treat with this campfire or cookout dessert. The sweet, kid-favorite flavors aren't lost in this translation -- just the sticky fingers!
For a fun and delicious campout dinner, foil packet loops let kids safely cook up their own nachos over a campfire or grill.
This grab-and-go meal is a fortifying favorite and an easy way to greet the morning.
For a fun and delicious campout dinner, foil packet loops let kids safely cook up their own mac 'n' cheese over a campfire or grill.
In addition to being gooey and delicious, this variation on a classic snack -- s'mores -- comes with a lesson about resourcefulness and ingenuity.
In this ingenious trail mix recipe, melted chocolate is poured over the nuts, seeds, and fruit, so the kids eat all the goodness instead of just picking out the goodies.
For a fun fireside treat, this recipe will be one that all will love to eat.
Cowboy Spud and Veggie Medley
Peachy Caramel S'mores
Pie on a Stick
Chicken Fingers on a Stick
Zesty Ham and Pineapple
Martin's Moroccan Chicken Kebobs
Grilled Packet Potatoes
Campfire Mac 'n' Cheese
S'mores in a Bag
Chocolate-Drizzled Trail Mix
A Campfire You Can Eat
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