It may surprise you to know that you can eat well even when you’re camping. Sure, you could stick some muffins and fruit in your camp gear and call it good, but those meals may not give you enough energy or nutrients to fuel your hike or other camp activities. Here are some ideas instead for an easy camping breakfast that will fill you up all the way until lunch.
1. Grilled Vegetable Basket
2. No Mess Camping Omelettes In A Bag
3. Hawaiian Sliders
4. Egg Boats
5. Grilled Ham & Cheese Sandwich Loaf
6. Mexican Omelette
7. Stuffed French Toast
8. Campfire Hashbrown Recipe
9. Potato-Sausage Foil Packs Recipe
10. Campfire Breakfast Burger
11. Ultimate Breakfast Burritos
12. Grill Campfire Potatoes
13. Lumberjack Breakfast In Foil Packet
14. Queso Fundido
15. Fry Bread
16. Easy Breakfast Roll-Ups
17. Taco In A Bag
18. Breakfast On The Grill
19. Strawberry And Nutella Sandwich
20. Foiled Potatoes
21. Cheesy Bacon Biscuit Pull-Aparts
22. Campfire Beer Pancakes
23. Egg And Sausage Breakfast Taquitos
24. Campfire Tex Mex White Bean Chicken Foil Packets
25. Campfire French Toast
26. Fire Roasted Sweet Potatoes
27. Campfire Cinnamon Roll-Ups
28. Camping Breakfast Sandwiches
29. Cheesy Scrambled Egg Croissants
30. Campfire Quesadillas
31. Grilled Potato Packets
32. Easy Cheesy Bacon Quiche
33. Camping Breakfast Sandwiches
34. Dutch Oven Bacon Cheese Pull Aparts
35. Bacon Wrapped Omelette
36. Campfire Bacon
37. Breakfast Hobo Pies
One of the best tips for cooking a campfire breakfast is to stick to ingredients that you can cook quickly over a campfire. That way, you don’t have to spend hours slaving over your breakfast and can focus instead on enjoying the great outdoors with your family and friends.
A cast-iron skillet can be an incredibly helpful and versatile piece of camping equipment. A skillet is where you’ll cook the majority of your camp food.
Pre-cooked foods like sausage patties and frozen hash browns are great staples for a campfire breakfast. You could even throw in leftover cooked potatoes from dinner the night before! Other camping breakfast ideas you can make in the skillet include pancakes, French toast or breakfast sandwiches.
If you don’t have a cast-iron skillet, try cooking your breakfast ingredients in a paper bag. It may surprise you to know that when properly greased, a paper bag won’t catch fire, even when it’s placed on an open flame. One idea is to line the bottom and sides of a paper bag with bacon, then crack eggs into the bottom. Cook them over the campfire, and voila – breakfast in no time! You can use this same principle to cook breakfast ingredients in packets made from aluminum foil.
You can also cook a variety of breakfast ingredients inside an orange peel. Canned cinnamon rolls, blueberry muffins and even eggs can be cooked over an open flame inside an orange peel for a hearty breakfast.
And, finally, don’t forget the extra touches that will push your breakfast over the top. Things like basil, red pepper flakes and Parmesan cheese can take your breakfast from camping to glamping in no time.