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5 Recipes to Start Your Camp Cooking Adventure

For some people, warm weather means it's time to usher in water activities, barbecues, and beach trips. For those of us at Lodge? It signals camp-cooking season. Whether you're new to camp cooking or are an experienced over-the-fire cook, these five simple recipes are a perfect way to start the season. Gather your gear and ingredients, light up the coals, and try these recipes as you savor the outdoors.

Campfire Buttermilk Biscuits Recipe

Campfire Buttermilk Biscuits

These classic biscuits are an essential component to a hearty campsite breakfast. They're baked in a camp dutch oven (an essential camp cooking tool) and are a great vehicle for gravy and delicious topped with jam. 

Campfire Pizza Recipe

Campfire Pizza

Have you ever wanted pizza when camping? Try this method for baking cast iron pizza using our Cook-It-All and our recipe for Classic Pizza Dough. You can simplify this dish by using store-bought dough or flatbread for the crust. 

Lazy Campfire Cobbler Recipe

Lazy Peach Cobbler

From what we've heard, there isn't a Scout in America who hasn't made this simple recipe for campfire cobbler. If you're just learning to use a camp oven, this recipe is a great place to start. Plus, dessert always tastes a little sweeter when enjoyed in the great outdoors. 

Mountain Man Breakfast

Mountain Man Breakfast 

This one-pot breakfast simply can't be beat. Filled with sausage, eggs, hash browns, and cheese, it's the perfect way to feed a hungry family first thing in the morning. Serve it with the Campfire Biscuits we mentioned above if you need a little something extra. 

Baked Stuffed Apples Recipe

Baked Stuffed Apples 

This aromatic dessert will have your neighboring campers peeking over their tents to see what you're cooking. Topped with cinnamon, raisins, and nuts, these apples have a gooey core and are the perfect end to any camp meal.