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Campfire Cooking for Foodies Foodies love camping too

Loving the great outdoors does not eliminate your love of gourmet cooking as well. However, fine dining can be more challenging when cooking in an RV or over a campfire. However, with a little bit of planning and creativity you too can perfect gourmet campfire cooking.

Make ahead and freeze

OK, so there are some things that are just a wee bit difficult when in the great outdoors to throw together. For example, if you’re looking to pull off an exquisite pasta dish, that complicated sauce may be a bit much. However, many sauces can be made from the comfort of your home kitchen and then frozen for quick prep over the campfire. This technique also works great for soups. Cut the mess in the RV or campsite by making [...]

Campfire Dessert Recipes

There is nothing like gathering around the campground fire in the evening. The crackle of the flames, the crickets in the distance, and the stars up above. One of the only things that can improve the evening is something sweet to cook up over the flames. There is always the classic s’more – but this summer consider trying some new campfire dessert recipes.

Campfire Eclairs

Campfire eclairs are fun and simple to cook up. You just need to make up some vanilla pudding in your RV or before your trip to stash in your cooler. Take a long stick and wrap foil around the end of it. Coat the foil with non-stick cooking spray or butter. Open a can of crescent roll dough and wrap the dough from one roll around the end of [...]

Campfire Cooking Recipe: Pull Apart Campfire Pizza Bread

You'll love this quick and easy recipe for campfire cooking!

This ooey gooey Pull Apart Pizza Bread is an easy recipe to cook over a campfire. Perfect for your next spring camping adventure!

Pull Apart Campfire Pizza Bread

Better yet, this recipe takes only 10 minutes to prep and 15 minutes to cook!

Start with an extra large white bun or round sour dough loaf. Gather your favorite pizza toppings (try: pepperoni, salami, ham, mushrooms, green peppers and mozarella cheese). Slice the bread horizontal and vertically to make a checkerboard pattern, without cutting all the way through. Stuff your pizza toppings in between the bread squares and then stuff shredded cheese in between.

Wrap in foil and put in a low fire (just coals would be perfect), or on the barbecue grill for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, remove the coals and uncover. Pull apart the squares to [...]

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