18 Delicious Campfire Recipes to Try this Summer

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Campfire Recipes

Campfire cooking is so versatile because you can use tools like dutch ovens, grates, roasting sticks, foil pouches and more.  A recent stop at a local RV store had an entire wall of campfire cooking tools.  This is just a sampling of some of the neat gadgets you can buy and use for various campfire recipes!

Check out these delicious campfire recipes that you can cook up on your next camping trip!

Campfire Banana S’mores from Mama Cheaps

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Woof ’ems from Made to Be a Momma

Woof Em

Campfire Berry Cobbler from Family Spice

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Campfire Hot Dogs on a Stick from The Joys of Boys

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Grilled Caramel Apple Crunch from Coffee with Us 3

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Camp Fire Pizza Roll Recipe from Family Cookbook Project

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Campfire Quesadillas from Cupcake Diaries

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Campfire Breakfast Burritos from Little Family Adventure

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Campfire French Toast from This Lil Piglet

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Lumberjack Breakfast in a Foil Pouch from Echoes of Laughter

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Campfire Apple Cobbler from Safeway


Campfire Cones (with marshmallows and chocolate!) from Mama Cheaps

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Dutch Oven Potatoes from One Sweet Appetite


Forget traditional s’mores!  Here are 10 Cookies You MUST Make Into S’mores from Mama Cheaps

smores cookies

Sweet Potato Foil Packet Tacos from Perry’s Plate

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Hobo Foil Pouches from Literally a Spoonful

hobo stew

Italian Sausage and Potato Tin Foil Dinner from One Sweet Appetite

sausage dinner

Campfire Beer Cheese Dip from Cooking Life to the Fullest

campfire beer cheese dip

What are YOUR favorite campfire recipes to enjoy while camping?  Feel free to share the recipes in the comment section – we are always cooking for new campfire recipes to try!


18 Delicious Campfire Recipes

1 thought on “18 Delicious Campfire Recipes to Try this Summer”

  1. Bacon, chicken, potatoes, and onions are coated in BBQ sauce for a campfire dinner that’s as easy to make as it is delicious. You can also make this recipe in a slow cooker at home anytime you like.


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