Campfire food

Try some of these great recipes around your campfire! 

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Spray mini or regular size aluminum pie tins with nonstick cooking spray.

Fill with your mac & cheese recipe.

Once you are ready to cook, get fire nice and hot, let it burn down to hot coals.
Place a grilling rack over top {to prevent the bottoms from burning!!!}

Heat  mac & cheese 8-10 minutes!
The key is to not set tins directly on\over your heat source. 

The trick to a crowd-pleasing dinner is to make your meat at home ahead of time, you won’t have any dishes when you’re out in the wilderness.

Once you cook your meat and let it cool, seal it up in a resealable plastic bag, and put it in the freezer. That way, it can help keep the rest of your food cold in your cooler until you’re ready to eat it.

           Walk abound Campsite Nachos
Individual snack-sized bags of your favorite chips - Doritos or Fritos
Add pre-cooked meat and your choice of toppings straight to the bag.
Toppings: (cheese, lettuce, tomato, salsa, avocado, sour cream, beans).
Enjoy straight from the bag! Just grab a fork :)

Prep ahead to avoid stress

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