Nuts are the perfect hiking snack, but store bought seasoned nuts can have a lot of sodium in them. Make your own, season to your taste. Better yet, make a big batch to enjoy before Thanksgiving dinner and pack the rest to go.
There's nothing like a hot breakfast when it's cold outside. A hearty breakfast scramble hits the spot and is easy to make, especially if you prep at home. Cook over the campfire in a dutch oven or use a cast iron pan on a camping stove.
The first published recipe for this campfire treat was published in the Girl Scout guide book in 1927. While the recipe is simple, there's a certain technique that needs to be mastered to perfectly roast marshmallows.
Roasted hotdogs over a campfire is a quintessential camping meal. Take the fun up a level without more work with camping pigs in a blanket. In addition to the ingredients listed below, you’ll need a set of skewers.
Walking tacos is a favorite with kids. They are called walking tacos because technically, they are portable, but in practice, you’ll probably want to eat them sitting around a campfire or picnic table.