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Camping Dinners

Camping Dinners

Get ready for some of the tastiest camping food you will ever eat on a camping trip. After the year we have all had, we think you deserve it! Tuck into our Kabobs and Walking Tacos as you laze by the campfire looking at the stars. 

Walking Tacos 

At home: Wash and chop all the veggies you want in your tacos. Cook and season the meat.  

At camp: Set everything out buffet style and let everyone assemble their tacos. Buying snack-sized bags of crisps to assemble and eat right out of the bag will save on clean-up. 

Pizza 

At home: Wash and cut up any desired ingredients. 

At camp: Heat both your cast iron skillet and lid as you assemble each pizza as desired, and then cover to cook for about 10 to 15 minutes over the lowest heat setting. 

Burgers 

At home: Season and cook the meat ahead if you want to just reheat and eat at camp! Slice any toppings you’ll want.  

At camp: Either cook or reheat your premade burger patties and top with whatever your heart desires. 

Kababs 

At home: Pick how extravagant you want the choices to be and prepare all ingredients ahead of time. Shrimp, chicken, steak, pineapple, peppers, onion, mushrooms! Washing, chopping, marinating, seasoning, sauteing or pre-cooking – anything you can do at home will make this feel like a nice but easy meal once at camp.  

At camp: Although not as fun, it’s best to put all like ingredients on skewers together because of the variation in cooking times. 

Sausage and Potatoes 

At home: Buy pre-cooked smoked sausage and cut into chunks, slice some red onion, wash baby potatoes and cut in half, and grab some baby carrots.  

At camp: Throw everything together in a pan to heat, starting with the potatoes and carrots, and adding the onion and sausage towards the end. Top with shredded cheese if desired. 

Make-Ahead Chicken Enchiladas 

At home: Pull out your favorite chicken enchilada recipe, assemble, cook, then wrap in foil and freeze.  

At camp: Thaw and reheat at camp, topped with your favorite garnishes. 

Shredded BBQ Pork or Chicken 

At home: Cook and shred your meat at home.  

At camp: Warm your shredded meat over your stove or campfire and enjoy this as a sandwich on hamburger buns, over a baked potato, or just on its own. 

Right, now we are hungry! Might make some Chicken Enchiladas. Which one did you fancy trying out? Message us in the comments.