2 Delicious Campfire Recipe Infographics


1. Fresh Campfire Fish

Campfire Fish - Cooking on a CampfireSource: eReplacementParts.com blog


  • 1 Lemon, halved
  • 1 tsp cayenne or Cumin
  • 1 clove garlic, smashed
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Olive oil or butter
  • Bacon (optional)
  • Fillet knife
  • Wire Grilling basket or foil

Cooking Instructions:

Split the fish in half and stuff the middle with the lemons, a bundle of spices, a smashed garlic clove and a little oil. Coat the outside of the fish with cumin or cayenne, salt and pepper.

Cooking with Foil:

Smooth out an area of wood that is red-hot, but no in flames. Set the fish over coals for 8-10 minutes, turning halfway through to ensure the fish cook evenly on each side.

Remove carefully, open foil and pull apart the fish.

Cooking with a grilling basket:

Cook, flipping the grilling basket occasionally until trout are nicely browned, bacon is rendered and each fish’s flesh is opaque and flakes easily with a fork.

Remove from heat, open the basket and transfer fish to a serving platter.

Be careful of the little bones.

2. Campfire Peach Cobbler

Campfire Peach Cobbler - Cooking on a CampfireSource: eReplacementParts.com blog


  • 2 cans of peaches
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1 stock of butter
  • 1 box of yellow cake mix
  • Dutch oven
  • Large spoon

Cooking instructions

Dump the peaches into the dutch oven. Add in the brown sugar and half of the connamon.

Add water to the cake mix, just enough to make it clump. Spoon chunks of cake mix over the peaches, evenly coating it.

Place pieces of butter over the cake mix and sprinkle with remainder of cinnamon. Secure the lid.

Place the dutch oven on coals. Shovel coals around the sides and top until the oven is buried. Leave for 40 minutes.

Remove all coals and then the lid, being careful not to spill ash into the completed cobbler.