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you think kids won't eat vegetables, you might be surprised
how they change their minds when the fun of some foil
and a campfire are involved. Pick their favorites and
add a couple others. Give them the diced veggies and the
foil, and let them have fun. Place closed foil wrap onto
campfire or camping stove, and cook for 30-45 minutes.
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2-3 slices bacon
1 large onion
1 head of cabbage
a large dutch oven or frying pan, cook chopped up
bacon until almost burnt.
Add chopped onion and cabbage and stir until cabbage
Add enough water to cover.
Bring to a boil.
Cook until most of the water is gone and cabbage is
If need be, more water can be added.
Add seasoning to taste.
Onions, herbs or salt to taste
Puha, watercress, silverbeet, cabbage
low-fat meat. Trim off fat.
Boil meat, cool and scrape off fat that sets, or pour
off boiling water.
Refill the pot and heat to boil again.
Add onions, garlic or herbs for flavour instead of
Add potatoes and kumara.
Add puha, watercress, silverbeet, cabbage.
3 cups self-rising flour
1 can creme soda
Mix the two together and spoon into a skillet or dutch
Bake until done.
1 packet cake mix
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup instant tapioca
1 large can fruit cocktail
1 large can sliced peaches
1 small can crushed pineapple
a 12 inch foil lined dutch oven combine the fruit
Sprinkle cake mix evenly over top of fruit then sprinkle
brown sugar over cake mix and dab butter all over
top of brown sugar.
Place the lid on the dutch oven and bake for 45 minutes
to 1 hour.
Use 8 coals on the bottom of the dutch oven and 16
on the top of the dutch oven.
Camp Cobbler is done when cake is brown on top and
cake has absorbed juices and is no longer dry.
gm lean mince
1 can tomato paste
1 pkt spaghetti pasta
1 jar spaghetti sauce mix
a large pot heat water to a boil.
In a smaller pot cook the meat and add the sauce mix,
water, and tomato paste according to the instructions
on the sauce package.
Cook the pasta in the water for 10 minutes.
Place the lid on the pot and with gloves drain the
water from the pasta.
Putting the pot on a stump or log helps.
Mix the sauce with the pasta.
4 onions sliced
10 oz cheddar cheese
salt and pepper to taste
4 tsp butter or margarine
a large square of heavy foil and grease it.
Arrange sliced potatoes on the foil,add salt and pepper
and cover with sliced onions.
Add chunks of butter or margarine to potatoes.
Wrap and seal the foil.
Cook potatoes over hot coals on a grill until done
30 minutes depending on fire.
Open foil and add thin sliced cheddar strips to potatoes.
Cover again and grill for a couple of minutes until
2 CUPS SELF-RAISING FLOUR
2 TEASPOONS SUGAR
1 CUP MILK
1/2 TEASPOON SALT
3 TABLESPOONS BUTTER
the flour, salt and sugar together in a bowl.
Cut in the butter till fine crumbs form.
Add milk to make a soft dough.
Knead lightly in the bowl until smooth
Shape into round loaf, rubbing a little milk over
Put into an oil sprayed camp oven and put onto the
hot coals covering the lid with hot coals.
Bake for 30 - 40 mins or until the loaf makes a hollow
sound when tapped.
4 carrots sliced
2 potatoes cubed
1 medium onion sliced in 1/4" pieces
hamburger patties out of the ground beef and put carrots,
sliced potatoes and sliced onions on top of a patty
and place on a sheet of aluminum foil.
Brush the Pie with butter and sprinkle with salt and
pepper do this with each patty.
Fold foil over Pie and place on charcoal or open fire.
Cook Hobo Pie for an hour turning every 15 minutes.
1 Package (6) Pita rounds.
1 jar prepared pizza sauce.
1 package shredded mozzarella cheese.
Any other toppings you like
pita bread on hot grill and toast to desired doneness.
Turn over, add pizza sauce, cheese and any other toppings
Grill till cheese melts.
Make a DIY trail mix ahead of time. It stores
well, and is great in a pinch. What's nice is it has
a great mix of protein and carbohydrates, so this
should keep the kids from having the sugar crash many
a mixing bowl or large bag, combine the basics - peanuts,
raisins and M&M's - and shake. Some other fun
additions: dried cranberries, banana chips, cashews,
almonds, pretzels, Cheerios and granola.
beauty of foil cooking is that kids literally just have
to spray with non-stick spray (or you can use non-stick
aluminum foil), assemble and fold it closed. Cut up the
ingredients at the campground, or even before you leave
and keep them all in separate containers in the cooler.
It's also ideal to let each child create his or her own
foil food, so that each one can get in on the fun. Or
let all the kids make a big foil wrap for the family to
If you think kids won't eat vegetables, you might be surprised
how they change their minds when the fun of some foil and
a campfire are involved. Pick their favorites and add a
couple others. Give them the diced veggies and the foil,
and let them have fun. Place closed foil wrap onto campfire
or camping stove, and cook for 30-45 minutes.
Campfire Foil Fries
Spray foil liberally, and spray cut potatoes lightly. Place
in center of large piece of foil, and sprinkle seasoning
like Old Bay on top. Close and roast over fire or stove
for 45 minutes.
Foil Apple Cobbler
Take sheet of foil and spray. Place several diced apples
inside, and add granola. For fun, toss in some caramel or
peanut butter chips. Close and roast for 20-30 minutes.
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