Great Camp Recipes You’ll Love!

When you’re enjoying a fantastic camping trip, you probably have all of your daytime fun planned out. But mealtime can present a hassle, and it’s easy to accidentally spend more on eating out than you budgeted. Thankfully, with a few home run camp recipes, you can enjoy delicious and easy meals, save money, and the make the most of your RV or campsite resources. Give these easy recipes a try and let us know what you think!

Breakfast Hash

Utensils:

  • Dutch oven
  • Spatula
  • Knife
  • Cutting board

Ingredients:

  • 6 oz. bacon
  • 4 red potatoes
  • 1 onion
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • salt & pepper

Directions:

Dice bacon and fry in a dutch oven over medium eat. Remove pieces as they begin to crisp; drain on paper towels. While bacon is cooking, dice potatoes and onion. Once the last of the bacon is cooked, pour off most of the grease, reserving 3-4 tablespoons. Add potatos and onion into the reserved bacon grease and season with salt and pepper.

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Keep the dutch oven lidded while the onion and potatoes, removing only every once in awhile to stir to prevent sticking. Cook until tender. Scrape potatoes and onions to the side, and crack eggs directly into the free area of the dutch oven, whisking and scraping with spatula to scramble. Once the eggs are scrambled and cooked through, return all of the cooked bacon to the pot. Add cheddar cheese and stir to combine. Serve warm.

As soon as you’ve got breakfast cleaned up, you can have dinnertime squared away before everyone has their shoes and bug repellant on. Wipe out the Dutch oven, throw in three ingredients, and enjoy the rest of your day! Dinnertime doesn’t get better – or easier – than this!

Savory Stew

Utensils:

  • Dutch oven or Crock Pot
  • Can opener
  • Cutting board and knife

Ingredients:

  • 5 pounds beef stew meat
  • 1 can Campbell’s Golden Mushroom soup
  • 1 can Campbell’s French Onion soup

Directions:

Combine all three ingredients in a Dutch oven or Crock Pot, cover, and place in oven at 250* for 6 hours. Throw together a salad or grill some corn on the cob just before you sit down to eat. This kid-friendly dish cooks in its own gravy, and pairs well with mashed potatoes or egg noodles – both dry goods and pantry staples you’ll have on hand.

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Let us know when you’ve tried these amazing dishes! What other camp recipes are you looking forward to trying this year? And while you’re planning ahead, why not think about where you want to camp, too? Contact us today to make reservations at our resort!

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