The season is upon us! Soon, it’ll be warm enough to pack up the family and head out for a weekend of outdoor fun. Below we’ve compiled 15 camping food recipes to try out this spring. From desserts to main courses, there’s something for everyone in your tent to enjoy while your out and about with Mother Nature.
1. Campfire Cinnamon Roll-ups
Almost Supermom has the perfect breakfast for the family to whip up on their weekend of camping. These campfire cinnamon rollups will have everyone raring to go for the day. Ad don’t forget the icing drizzle, it’s a must!
2. Campfire Nachos
Everyone loves nachos and they can easily be served up family style for all to enjoy. Check out the recipe for them by visiting The Country Chic Cottage. All you’ll have to do is make sure to pack all the right toppings for the trip.
3. Hot Ham & Cheese Croissants
Life with the Crust Cut Off will show you how to master sandwich making while out and about in the wilderness. There’s some prep involved, sure. But, the end result with these ooey gooey delicious masterpieces are well worth it.
4. Walking Tacos
Walking tacos are perfect for parties and even more perfect for camping. The clean up is easy and everyone can personalize their own meal. Check out all the details by visiting The Girl Who Ate Everything.
5. S’mores Campfire Cones
Here’s a delicious dessert to top off nighttime ghost stories around the fire. These s’mores cones are packed with everything you love about a s’more but done in way that’s a little more fun and less messy. Follow along with the recipe over at Frugal Coupon Living.
6. Campfire Breadsticks
These will be so much fun to make with the family, just don’t forget the dipping sauce. Check out how to create these curls bites by visiting Shock Munch! Marina, ranch, or even some hot spinach dip would be a great accompaniment to them.
7. Campfire French Toast
This Lil Piglet has another breakfast idea that we’re drooling over. This time it’s French toast and you’ll want to pack some fresh fruit as its topping. Take a peek at the recipe after the jump.
8. Campfire Spinach Dip
Twin Dragonfly Designs will show you how to make some campfire spinach dip. Use those breadsticks above for dipping or bring a lot of crispy pieces or chips instead. The kiddos will dive into this one just as much as the adults.
9. S’mores Dip
Hungry Brownie made a different version of classic campfire s’mores and it’s just as fun as those cones. This time, it’s a dip, that everyone can share and pass around. Just make sure you’ve got your graham crackers or Teddy Grahams to do the dipping with.
10. Campfire Philly Cheesesteak
Instead of roasting hot dogs, why not make and hot a gooey Philly cheesesteak to share with your friends and loved ones? Check out this rad recipe by following along at Twin Dragonfly Designs. Just pack a few bags of chips to use as everyone’s side.
11. Campfire Chili Cheese Fries
The Kitchen Magpie whipped up some chili cheese fries and now we want to go camping just to make this bout of beautiful bites. Pack up all of your favorite toppings and create a batch big enough for everyone to share.
12. Camping Mac & Cheese
Everyone loves mac and cheese! And that’s why this one is such a good recipe to take on family trips, adults and kids alike will dive right in! Take a peek at all of the details over at Lauren’s Latest.
13. Dutch Oven Lasagna
Bring your Dutch oven to the campgrounds! Who knew that lasagna could be your newest campside menu item. And we already know it’s a family favorite. Check out the deets at Fresh off the Grid.
14. Camping Hot Dogs
Frugal Coupon Living went the classic route with some campfire hot dogs. But this time we aren’t just roasting the wieners, we’re wrapping them up with flaky crescent rolls and turning the bite up a notch! Don’t forget the ketchup and mustard!
15. BBQ Chicken Packets
BBQ chicken packets will save dinnertime by being ruined with burnt hamburgers and hot dogs. Instead, you’ll have a full flavored meal for everyone to enjoy campside. Snag all the details and follow along with Life in the Lofthouse.