Well, the summer is here why not go camping with friends and family this summer. Here are the easy camping recipes that you don’t need to cold. There’s nothing better than hitting the great outdoors for a fun-filled camping trip involving the good company, nightly campfires Foods and excellent snacks.
But by the time you’ve pitched your tent and sorted out your gear, who has time to worry about whether your food has stayed chilled in the cooler? We’ve amassed the tastiest, easiest, fridge-free camping recipes you can whip together the next time you gather ‘round the fire.
Let’s be honest: one of the best parts about camping is eating all the snacks. So why not whip up a few different types of trail mix to bring along? We’re super into these four Canadiana-inspired homemade mixes, including butter tart and Nanaimo flavours.
9.Roasted Spiced Almonds
Looking for a little salty fireside crunch but tired of regular old chips and popcorn? These spiced almonds are the ticket. You only need four ingredients to whip them up, they’re ready to eat in about 25 minutes, and you can pack them and bring them in an airtight container for a healthy snack that lasts for days.
8.Alton Brown’s Granola
There’s something satisfying about enjoying the taste of maple in the great outdoors, and in that respect Alton Brown’s granola delivers. The natural sweetener combines with coconut, cashews, nuts, oats and raisins for an easy-to-grab snack or breakfast.
7.No-Bake Granola Bars With Carob Drizzle
These healthy granola bars are a cinch to whip up, they’re full of good-for-you ingredients like oats and almonds, and thanks to the chocolatey, carob drizzle they taste like an utter indulgence no matter where you eat them.
Peanut butter, bananas and tortillas are all you need to concoct these kid-friendly breakfast logs. Have a peanut allergy? Substitute almond or cashew butter for a whole new flavour. Or, if you’re really looking to please your inner child, add a bit of hazelnut spread too.
Cookies for breakfast? Obviously. We love these fibre-packed bundles of deliciousness from Ree Drummond, which combine oatmeal and dried fruit into the perfect, portable morsel. Grab them first thing in the morning for breakfast, or take them on a hike for an energizing snack.
4.Healthy Grilled French Toast Foil Packets
Calling all breakfast people: now you can have your French toast fireside with very little hassle. While you still want to keep the eggs in the cooler (although eggs from the farm can be stored at room temperature), this recipe uses evaporated milk and tinfoil, which makes it the perfect camping indulgence.
3.Anna’s Classic Banana Bread
Make use of those browning bananas by baking Anna Olson’s classic loaf before you hit the trail, and have the perfect breakfast or snack ready-to-go all weekend long. She recommends adding chocolate chips or walnuts for some extra flavour, but we’re not opposed to pecans or dried cranberries.
2.Zucchini & Carrot Breakfast Muffins
Whether you’re looking to boost your kids’ vegetable intake or wanting to add more fibre to your diet, we can’t think of a better way than with these delicious veggie-packed muffins. They’re moist and full of flavour, and the pumpkin seed topping adds the perfect amount of crunch.
1.Cinnamon, Coffee and Orange Pull-Apart Muffins
Looking for a top-notch way to wake up after a peaceful night in the tent? These muffins combine classic morning pick-me-ups like coffee, orange and cinnamon into one delicious hybrid that’s part monkey bread, part cinnamon roll, and all flavour.