Burgers, Brats & hot dogs have been a staple of camping food for years to come & when you think of going camping you probably think of those meats firsts, but I am here to open your eyes up to some "new" camping food that is all very delicious, easy to prepare, will feed a bunch of people & have little clean up afterwards.
First off my list of food I packed:
Pre-made breakfast burritos (recipe at the bottom of the page)
Ham (I made before we left)
Turkey Bacon (I pre-cooked ahead of time)
Breakfast Whole wheat muffins (recipe at bottom of page)
Lunch meat (ham)
Peanut butter & honey sandwiches
Fruit - peaches, apples, grapes
Long grain wild rice
Other items to pack
Chocolates (or nutella) (this time we brought Reese's, Hershey's, & Kit Kat's)
Day 1 night:
Night snack: s'mores over the campfire
Breakfast: Pre-made Breakfast Burritos warmed up on the grill with grilled peaches
Lunch: Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwiches with yogurt, cheese sticks, & pretzels
Supper: Steak kabobs with Long grain wild rice. For the kabobs we used some of our deer stew meat chunks marinated them in dry Italian seasoning mix & a little bit of olive oil. served with peppers, onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, & peaches in place of pineapple
Breakfast: Scrambled eggs, Bacon, Yogurt & peanut butter toast
Lunch: Hot Dogs, Chips
We had a bunch of friends come up to camp that night with us for the remained of the weekend & we always do a potluck type of thing for each meal. SO keep that in mind for the rest of these listed meals :)
Supper: Elk Burgers, Beef Burgers, Chips, hot dogs for kids & fruit
Breakfast: Pancakes, sausage, bacon, eggs, yogurt, applesauce
Lunch: Sandwiches - peanut butter, peanut butter & honey, peanut butter & nutella with fruit, pretzels & cheese sticks
Supper: Roast, Ribs, Potatoes, cucumber salad, baked beans, & 2 surprise pies for my birthday :)
Breakfast: Pre-made Breakfast burritos, left over potatoes as country style hash browns with ham added in, bacon, french toast, Whole wheat muffins, applesauce, pop tarts
Lunch: Salad, Brats
Supper: Turkey made in the pit (SOOOO yummy) with cucumber salad, fresh peas from the garden, fruit
Breakfast: Leftovers from previous breakfasts'
Lunch: Peanut butter sandwiches for the road home
Pre-made Breakfast burritos
Everyone raved & craved these breakfast burritos & the best thing about them is that they are easy, fast to make, keep for a long time, can be frozen & made from everything you already have at home!
8 large size eggs
1 pkg. turkey bacon cooked & crumbled
1/4 - 1/2 cup milk
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
10 flour tortillas
1. pre-cook the bacon. I put mine on a tin foil lined baking sheet, in a single layer & throw into a 350 degree oven for about 15 minutes. Let cool & crumble into little pieces.
2. make the scrambled eggs. crack each egg into your pan add your milk (depending on how "wet" you like your scrambled eggs is why I have the varying milk mixture) I used about 1/4 cup milk in mine.
3. Grate your cheese.
4. Assemble the burritos - flour tortilla, eggs, bacon, & cheese, roll up tight & roll up the burrito in a piece of tin foil. store them in a Ziploc bag & freeze or put in your fridge if you will be using them with in 3 days.
Whole Wheat Applesauce Muffins
Recipe from Taste of Sisterhood. the only thing I added was Craisins to our muffins.
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