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Old 07-30-2006, 03:15 PM   #16
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Mock angel food cake

Okay, here's an old girl scout camp recipe that we used to do over a camp fire, but you could use the FW grills. Cut day-old french bread into good-sized chunks (big enough to slide onto a stick or skewer; 2-3"?), dip in Eagle brand sweetened condensed milk (NOT evaporated milk), and roll in coconut, finely chopped nuts, or sprinkle with cinnamon. Toast on a stick over grill or campfire until toasty, then eat. Be careful--it's sort of messy, but very yummy and very rich!
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Old 07-31-2006, 07:13 PM   #17
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Easy Omelettes - YUM!

Just take 2 eggs, crack them into a baggie. Seal the baggies and using your hands, squish the bag so the eggs scramble. Open the bag and add your favorite ingredients...shredded cheese, diced onion, chopped mushrooms, diced ham, green pepper, then seal the baggie and put into a cooler with ice.

When you're ready for breakfast, just drop the baggies into a bag of boiling water and it cooks up almost instantly!
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Old 07-31-2006, 07:15 PM   #18
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The BEST S'MORES you'll ever eat!!!!

Ingredients:

marshmallows
Keebler fudge stripe cookies

Just like always, roast your marshmallow but then you just put it in between 2 fudge stripe cookies and OH MY GOSH they are AWESOME!
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Old 08-12-2006, 03:15 PM   #19
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Microwave Cake Recipe

For those of us who have the luxury of a microwave in our RV , I was at a wedding shower this past week and the bride received a silicone cake pan. According to the wrapping you can prepare a cake in the microwave using this type of pan. Does anyone have a recipe for this that you could make using a cake mix ? This would be great money saver at Fort Wilderness as my children would not be begging me to buy the chocolate cake they sell at the Meadow and Settlement. I have also heard you can cook desserts in a crockpot. Any camping friendly ones to share?
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Old 08-12-2006, 05:07 PM   #20
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crockpot dessert

I have an easy and yummy one! 2 cans condensed milk...let cook on low for 4 hours , slice bananas into slices of your size choosing, spoon milk over bananas and let cool....pour herseys syrup over that...YUMMY and very rich...you may have to spoon instead of slice it but it is delish!! DJ

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Old 08-12-2006, 05:34 PM   #21
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Inspired by RescueRanger -- here is the "official" spot to post your favorite camping recipes!

I'll start:

Place a beef roast in the crockpot and pour a can of coke over it! Let it go all day, and it will be ready to eat plain or on buns at the end of a busy day at the parks! I like to add some sliced onion too!
OMG....... I made this the other day at home in a cast iron pan on the grill... my family couldn't get over it! i wouldn't tell them what that 'delectable" (13 year old DS)glaze was!
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Old 08-26-2006, 12:23 PM   #22
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We went camping last week, a place with no electricity...I have to say my best meal was my premade chili, frozen in a ziploc-all I had to do was drop it ina pan at dinnertime and heat it up!
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Old 09-05-2006, 09:25 AM   #23
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Crock Pot recepie:

Boneless, skinless chicken breast. Place in crockpot. Cover with one jar of your favorite spaghetti sauce. Cook on low 8 hours. Chicken will be so tender and flavorful it will fall right apart.

For complete meal, cook up spaghetti and serve chicken over top. Add toasted garlic bread and a bagged salad.
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Old 09-14-2006, 07:02 PM   #24
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Crockpot Lasagna

1. Make and freeze or refrigerate meat sauce before leaving home.

2. Buy oven ready lasagna noodles.

3. Defrost meat sauce, layer with noodles and cheese, cook on low about 3 hours and voila - you're done.

4. Depending on our mood we'll toss a salad and do garlic bread - or just have lasagna.

We usually do this on an afternoon that we spend around the Fort cause we are gone too long at the parks to do this one.
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Old 09-15-2006, 07:52 AM   #25
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Now that's my kind of recipe for a great three day week end!
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Old 10-28-2006, 07:39 PM   #26
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One of our crockpot favorites is to use either 4 chicken breasts or legs, or 4 pork chops, one can of cream of mushroom soup, and 1 envelope dry onion soup mix. Add two soup cans water and one soup can rice. Let it cook 6 hours or so on low. My family really likes this combination.
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Old 11-04-2006, 07:08 PM   #27
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One of our crockpot favorites is to use either 4 chicken breasts or legs, or 4 pork chops, one can of cream of mushroom soup, and 1 envelope dry onion soup mix. Add two soup cans water and one soup can rice. Let it cook 6 hours or so on low. My family really likes this combination.
Tried this one the other day- it was a hit!!
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Old 11-04-2006, 07:13 PM   #28
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if you want a twist to the everyday hot dog, do Spider Dogs.

Cut a hot dog weenie about a third of the way from the ends twice. on each end. Then you roast them on a stick. When they start to curl up on the ends, they are done.
Nursery school teacher here- this is also good when doing an ocean theme in your room. Call them octopus hot dogs ( fat free h.d.'s won't curl).
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Old 12-05-2006, 08:42 AM   #29
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Sticky Chicken

An absoulte favorite of our family. It started as a camping meal that we brought inside.

Sticky Chicken
Favorite cuts of chicken (drumsticks seem to work best, but use what you like)
French Dressing
Orange Mamilade
Onion Soup Mix

Place chicken in a dutch oven (can also be made in a crock pot or oven). Pour ingredients over chicken. Cook chicken until done.

First time we did this we had half the camp ground coming over to find out what smelled so good. It smells wonderful, tastes fantastic, and is really messy to eat. Enjoy.
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Old 01-05-2007, 09:30 AM   #30
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mexican crockpot chicken

2 or 3 frozen chicken breasts
1 very large jar salsa (or two smaller ones)
1 can cheese soup
(if you like your stuff spicier - like we do)
at least one jalepeno pepper seeded and chopped.

cook on low in crockpot for 6-8 hours.

can be eaten over rice, but we usually just use paper bowls and scoop it up with corn chips. it's a snack, it's a meal, it's both.

don't forget to toss some extra grated cheese, a dollup of sour cream and some chopped green onions on top of each serving if you feel like getting fancy.
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