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Campfire Recipes For Winter Warmers

Campfire Recipes For Winter Warmers
Our Favourite Campfire Recipes

There’s nothing better than the taste of food cooked over an open flame. One of the best things about camping and being outdoors is the satisfaction of cooking your own meal courtesy of a few logs, some kindling and a little bit of patience.  Or a gas fire if you’re feeling a little less adventurous!

It’s a real treat when everyone gathers around the fire, helping to cook and enjoy each other’s company!

So, to make your next camping trip even better, we’ve listed some of our favourite campfire recipes you’re definitely going to want to remember…

Campfire Cinnamon Roll-Ups

Campfire Recipes For Winter Warmers

Incredibly easy, incredibly tasty. They make for the perfect breakfast treat, gearing you up for the day ahead. The sweet treats are made with just three easy to pack ingredients and only take about five minutes to cook over an open flame.

First, combine ¼ cup of sugar with one tablespoon of cinnamon. Take one packet of crescent rolls and wrap them around a kebab skewer. Roll it in the sugar/cinnamon mixture and cook over the campfire for five minutes, rotating periodically.

(Credit: Almost Supermom)



Camping Mac n’ Cheese

Campfire Recipes For Winter Warmers



One to make beforehand or make on the day, it’s up to you! Boil elbow macaroni and drain. Stir in alfredo sauce, parmesan, mozzarella, cheddar and season. Once combined, transfer to foil pie tins, top with cheddar, and place over a grill top on your campfire for about ten minutes. Yum!

(Credit: Lauren’s Latest)






Banana Boats

Campfire Recipes For Winter Warmers

Another easy-peasy recipe here! Peel and score a banana length ways, so that it prises open like a hot dog bun. Place the banana on some tin foil and fill with mini marshmallows and chocolate chips, wrap and place over the campfire for 15 minutes. Enjoy!

(Credit: Suburble)




BBQ Hot Dog Potato Packs

Campfire Recipes For Winter Warmers

For these nifty foil packs, small hands make quick work of topping potato wedges with a hot dog, onions and cheese.

Divide 20 ounces of potato wedges among four pieces of foil. Top each with a hot dog, onion slices and a handful of cheese. Drizzle with barbecue sauce. Fold foil around mixture, sealing tightly.

Grill, covered, over the heat for 10-15 minutes or until heated through. Open foil carefully to allow steam to escape and get stuck in!

(Credit: Taste of Home)




We hope these campfire recipes have left you feeling inspired, if not a little bit hungry!

At Sub Zero we stock a full range of gas and multifuel stoves, plus all the accessories you need to create the perfect campfire. And if paired along with these recipes, we think you’re ready to tuck into your next adventure.

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