As the weather cools and the leaves begin to turn, the campfire becomes the campsite’s favorite hang-out! Now is the perfect time to try out new recipes and treats that can be prepared over the fire – on skewers, with tin-foil, or even your handy Dutch Oven. Enjoy the tastes of Fall, like apples, S’mores, and cinnamon while sharing a toasty fire with your friends and family.

Below we’ve collected the top 8 recipes we’ll be trying this season (and many more to come!):

Super-Easy Camping Snack Recipes

These first four recipes all feature 3 ingredients or less, and can be whipped up pretty quickly. The only tools you’ll need are skewers or tin foil along with your handy campfire.

S’mores Campfire Cones

Campfire Baked Apples {Gluten-Free}

Campfire Orange Cinnamon Rolls


A Bit More Work (but still easy!)

These snacks will take you a little more time to prepare, but boy are they worth the extra effort! You’ll also need to break out some more of your camping equipment for these, like your Dutch Oven or cast iron skillet!

Campfire French Toast

S’mores dip: A camping treat without the campfire pit


And 1 Camping Snack Recipe Worth the Extra Effort!

This cornbread recipe is Fall camping perfection! You’ll need your Dutch Oven for this one, and while prep will take a bit longer (mostly because there are so many ingredients), we recommend prepping your dry ingredients at home for a quick and simply from-scratch treat that will make you a campfire legend.

Image courtesy Overland Trailer


Cook-Off Part 2: Pumpkin Cornbread (GF)

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