Campfire Cake in an Orange– Cut the tops off oranges scoop out the fruit. Fill each orange just past halfway with prepared cake mix. Put the tops back on wrap in foil. Set the oranges in the campfire coals for 20 minutes. The cake bakes right in the ora
DIY Toothpaste Dots for camping. Lay out foil sheet or parchment and make rows of dollops of toothPASTE. Allow to dry for days. Sprinkle baking soda on top to keep from sticking. Repackage in small bags. To use simple pop one dot in your mouth, chew, t
Connor my carnivore would love these ** ONION BOMBS CAMPING FOOD** large onions ground meat (I prefer turkey!) seasonings to taste (mine were like meatloaf tasting!) tin foil Directions: peel your onions and cut them in half as equally as po
What an awesome idea! Use solar lights in your kids rooms instead of a night light. solar lights give more than enough light at night. just place it in the window to recharge during the day and it will glow all night.
Throw a Stick of Sage into the Firepit/Bonfire. The sage scented smoke that the fire will emit keeps mosquitos and other annoying bugs at bay for the entire area. Usually the sage stick is enough, no need for bug sprays.
Print Campfire Breakfast In A Bag Ingredients One paper lunch bag Strips of thick bacon Canned biscuits Eggs Salt and pepper Instructions Line the bottom of paper bag with bacon. Make sure to cover all of the paper and slightly up the sides. Place two raw
It is called the swedish fire log. pour and soak for a few days or weeks. then when you need it start it on fire and you have a fire log that last for hours. we did this in the snow when we had parties or people over to keep warm.
love it when camping season rolls around and it is time for some good dutch oven cooking. There is nothing like the taste of campfire cooking. This is another fabuolus campfire cooking recipe using dutch ovens from my friend Ryan.