These camping foods ideas will give you some inspiration for meals to enjoy on your next camping trip, and all are easy and fun to do.
It is getting close to that time of the year again. We’ll be hitting the roads for some fun summer vacations.
Camping is one of the great ways to share the outdoors with family members and campfire meals are a great part of the experience.
Keep reading for some easy ideas for campfire foods that the whole family will enjoy.
These camping foods ideas are easy and tasty
Having the right food for a camping trip is not just about bringing along some hot dogs and marshmallows. There are lots of other foods that can be cooked over a campfire to make your camping trip a great one.
All you will need is a campground location, a roaring fire and a bit of enthusiasm to turn these delicious camping food ideas into reality.
One of the highlights of any camping trip is making s’mores.
If you have a large crowd you can toast the marshmallows in a large cast iron frying pan and then just let everyone add the toasted marshmallows to their own graham crackers and chocolate squares.
It is a fun family activity and easy peasy!
There is nothing quite like sitting around the campfire listening to ghost stories while snacking on some popcorn.
You can always just bring along a store bought bag of course, but you’ll miss out on the fun of hearing it popping on the campfire. Pop your own instead!
This easy campfire popcorn uses the old style Jiffy Pop containers. The kids will love this one.
What would a camping trip be without some campfire s’mores? Here is an elevated take on the traditional campfire delight.
This recipe uses just two ingredients: Keebler fudge stripe cookies and marshmallows. Combine them together easy s’mores recipe that couldn’t be easier to make.
Camping lunch ideas
Sandwiches are a great choice for a lunch time meal but that can mean bringing along a lot of tools and ingredients to make them.
Not so with this idea, though!
This fire grilled camp sandwich is a good idea. Who would have thought that wrapping a sandwich in aluminum foil could produce such a delicious looking meal?
The best part is that you can make it and wrap it ahead of time and then just toss it on the campfire coals when you are ready for lunch.
This healthy campfire lunch idea is a complete layered salad in a mason jar. The dressing goes in first so that the other ingredients stay fresh and don’t get watered down.
It’s another make ahead idea that will help you keep an eye on calories during your camping trip in a tasty way. Great idea!
The guys will love this idea!
Just a few ingredients wrapped in foil and 30 minutes on a campfire and you’ve got a campfire Philly cheese steak sandwich. YUM!
Dinners around the campfire don’t have to be boring. With a bit of forward planning, you’ll be amazed at what you can serve.
Fish cooked in foil on a campfire turns out so moist and tender. Add the lemons and onions right in the packet and Steam the packets over the campfire coals!
Your family will have a meal similar to a restaurant fish recipe and will love that it’s cooked on the campfire.
Camping breakfast ideas
Breakfast is one of the easiest meals to prepare on a camping trip. As long as you have a cast iron pan, you can cook pancakes, bacon and eggs or even omelettes just as though you are home in your own kitchen.
Looking for carbs for breakfast? Here is a tasty idea!
These campfire cinnamon roll ups are easy to make, easy to eat and perfect for a fun filled camping morning.
Serve them on their own or with a batch of ham and eggs. The family will thank you for it.
Or perhaps you prefer a more traditional breakfast with an international flare.
These southwest scrambled eggs are easy to make over a campfire and super tasty.
Camping food for dessert
Looking for a tasty and substantial dessert? These campfire eclairs looks amazing! Bet the kids will love these!
If it’s raining and the kids still wish they could go camping, try having an indoor camping party at home! The kids will think they are having the real deal!
Here is a super tip for saving space in RVs when camping. Use square and rectangular Tupperware containers instead of round ones.
No camping trip would be complete without a homemade mosquito repellent. This one uses essential oils and is very easy to make.
What are your favorite easy camping foods ideas? Please leave your comments below.