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In my opinion, fall is the best time to go camping: The weather is cool and less humid, campgrounds are usually a lot cheaper, and fall colors are more beautiful (to me, anyway). If you’re thinking about camping this fall, don’t just eat canned food and trail mix. Cook something delicious that everyone will love.
Survival Life made a list of 20 campfire recipes that even cooking-challenged people can handle. Things like roasted cinnamon rolls, sunrise breakfast bowls, campurritos, curly dogs, poundcake s’mores, and campfire chicken stew.
The author writes, “Don’t just settle for burgers and hot dogs! We like to mix things up and try out exciting and unconventional campfire recipes. Whether you prepare your meals beforehand or start from scratch on site, camping and survival food no longer have to be lame.” Follow the link below to keep reading.