Campfire Cinnamon Sugar Monkey Bread, plus TONS of other great ideas for camping with kids :)This would make a camp fire a must go to. I love monkey bread, but have never thought of trying it in this setting.
Rocket stove in use - everyone needs to know how to build/use one of these for "those" times when there's no other way to cook. (My Junior Girl Scout Handbook showed this stove made with a large coffee can.
Looks like a Great idea for the Teachworth Summer Camping Trip! Campfire Cones filled with marshmallows, chocholate, bananas and so much more. You'll love this treat. (Fun & Easy, Oh So Yummy Summer Dessert)
This is called a swedish flame. Make your cuts like you're cutting cake. Leave about 6 inches at the base. Throw some fuel oil in there (about a cap full). It burns up to two to three hours.
This is called a Swedish flame. Make your cuts like you're cutting cake, leave about 6 inches at the base, throw about a cap full of fuel oil in it. It burns up to two to three hours Can use olive oil instead of fuel oil :-) Any oil will burn!
Campfire Potatoes: The onion, cheddar cheese, Worcestershire sauce combine to make a super side dish for any grilled meat. Plus, cooking in foil makes clean-up a breeze. The foil packets can also be baked on a cookie sheet at 350 for 45 min. to 1 hr.
This camping cone recipe looks like a good dessert to make with the kids! Plus, anything that comes in a cone is just plain fun to eat and percent of the time tastes good! Go to quirky momma for the details.