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Group of people camping and cooking food over a campfire.

 

August is the perfect time to get out of your apartment to go camping here in Indianapolis, IN! Gather your friends together for a fun weekend camping trip right here in Indianapolis. The Artistry Blog is here to help with a few campfire-friendly recipes that are both delicious and easy to make. We’ve included a link and a brief description of each recipe below. 

 

Campfire French Toast from This Lil Piglet

Enjoy this classic breakfast favorite cooked over a campfire. Wrap a sliced loaf of bread in parchment paper and then again in foil. After pouring the egg mixture over the bread, cover the top of the loaf in foil and cook over the campfire for 40 minutes or until the bread is no longer soggy. 

 

Campfire Quesadillas from Dirty Gourmet

Satisfy your craving for delicious Mexican food with campfire quesadillas. This recipe using pepper jack cheese, red onions, mushrooms, and corn, but feel free to change things up or add your favorite cheese. The campfire melts the cheese perfectly and makes for a nice, crisp tortilla. 

 

Campfire Nachos from Pip and Ebby

You will need a cast iron skillet for this one pan recipe that is sure to be a crowd pleaser. This recipe just goes to show that nachos can be enjoyed anywhere, not just at a sporting event! Feel free to mix things up and try different toppings or types of cheese. For example, you could switch out the ground beef for ground turkey to make a leaner option. 

 

Foil Pack French Dip Sandwiches from Chelsea’s Messy Apron

This pull-apart version of a French dip sandwich is perfect for sharing. You will need a loaf of French bread or a sliced baguette, pre-sliced provolone cheese, deli roast beef, onion powder, dried minced garlic, Worcestershire sauce, au jus gravy mix, unsalted butter, and heavy duty foil. 

 

Thanks for visiting our blog! Have fun camping this month and trying out these awesome campfire-friendly recipes.