Tired of the same old campfire recipes? Then you will want to check out “Cooking On a Stick: Campfire Recipes for Kids”. This book is full of great ideas to break away from the traditional s’mores and donuts for breakfast.
We have tried several of these recipes and they were a hit. Moose Lips? Who doesn’t want to have those as a snack? A fix shaped pizza is perfect for when your campers are wanting dinner. The recipes are easy to make ahead of time at home and store in plastic bags to be combined when it’s time to cook. If you would like to check out this book I have provided a couple of links below to get “Cooking on a Stick”. I enjoyed reading it on my Kindle Fire as I can order the book and within minutes it’s delivered to my device.
The book “Cooking on a Stick” chapters include:
- Campfire building
- Campfire safety
- How to safely put out your campfire
- Cooking equipment (tongs, grates, sticks, plastic bags, etc)
- Cooking on a stick recipes such as:
- Snail on a limb
- Porky in a poke
- Ranger’s Apple Pie
- Campfire cooking in a tin foil pouch recipes such as:
- Angler’s Favorite Beans
- Veggie Herd
- And more!
- Campfire cooking on a grate or on a grill
- Tasty snacks and trail food such as:
- Moose Lips
- Deer Baubles
I won’t give away the tasty recipes. To get the recipes use the links below.
- Cooking On A Stick: Campfire Recipes for Kids (Acitvities for Kids) at Amazon.com
- Cooking On A Stick: Campfire Recipes for Kids (Acitvities for Kids) at Walmart.com
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