Official Camping Recipe Thread!

Discussion in 'Camping at Disney World' started by Rhonda, Mar 22, 2006.

  1. Rhonda

    Rhonda <marquee><font color=red>Quote of the Day: <font

    Aug 17, 1999
    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!
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  3. RescueRanger

    RescueRanger Recovering Fastpass Superuser

    Apr 3, 2003
    We also have a roast recipe. We place carrots, potato slices, and onion slices in the bottom of the crockpot. We then place the roast ontop of these items. Pour a can of beef broth over the ingredients. Cook on low 8-10 hours.
  4. hsmamato2

    hsmamato2 <font color=magenta>Tink in Training-Good Girl,Bad

    Mar 28, 2005
    This isn't a slow cooker recipe, but my family loves this... We usually cook with our little coleman stove- with a cast iron frypan-
    Buy a box of *falafel mix*,I get it in the nature food section of my store, or international,- it's a dry mix in a box, you add about 1 cup water to it in a large ziploc, knead the dough, let it set for about 5 minutes to set up, while it's setting, heat up about 1/2 inch of oil in pan, then just scoop tablespoons into the oil, cook on each side, turning once for about 1- 2 minutes each, place on paper towels plate to drain and cool,and serve with slices of (our favorite) goat cheese- or you can use some mozzarella slices....
    the whole batch takes about 10 -15 minutes, and it's our favorite tent camping food!(Along with good old hotdogs...)
    Love this thread! :banana:
  5. RescueRanger

    RescueRanger Recovering Fastpass Superuser

    Apr 3, 2003
    This is not a recipe but a suggestion. We just bought a Kitchen Kettle made by Presto. It is a 6 quart electric pot with a nonstick surface inside and out. It can be used to steam, boil, or fry. It comes with a steamer/fryer basket. We have been testing it out this past week and so far it works wonderfully. It only cost us $22.00 at Wal-Mart. We have made pasta, instant mashed potatos, and chili in it. So far so good. We haven't tried steaming or deep frying anything yet. It is easy to clean out with the nonstick surface which is a must in our popup camper. We highly recommend it. :teeth:
  6. PattnFmly

    PattnFmly <font color=darkorchid>DH drove me crazy last nigh

    Jul 9, 2001
    More suggestions here, mostly from my Mom whom I copy! We would always do some pre-cooking before camping and then there'd only be part of the meal to make which would be something fast. Like : 1) make meatballs & sauce at home, freeze them until that night, then just cook the pasta at the site & grab a loaf of french bread and dinner was done. Or 2) We would also do the same with the hamburger/spices/tomato sauce for American chop suey. And 3) cook cut up boneless chicken breast in gravy and freeze. Then we'd just make a couple boxes of stuffing mix and some vegetables and voila. :clown: Yum!
  7. michelle9343

    michelle9343 DIS Veteran

    Dec 9, 2004
    I make a doulble batch of taco meat. 1st night make tacos. Another night make taco salad.
    Taco salad:
    taco meat
    shredded cheese
    black olives
    crushed taco shells or nacho chips
    sour cream
    catalina dressing
    chopped up tomatoes
    thow it in a bowl mix and serve...
    yummy yummy :goodvibes
  8. terri01p

    terri01p DIS Veteran

    Oct 26, 2002
    Campers Beef Tip and Rice :

    1 can cream of mushroom
    1 can mushroom soup
    3 and a half cups water
    1 pkg. onion soup mix
    1 lbs beef tips

    Mix soups and water. Place beef in slow cooker and pour mixture over beef. Cover and cook 6-8 hours. Add uncooked rice 45 min before serving, cook until rice is done ( 45 min. ). Enjoy! :banana:
  9. terri01p

    terri01p DIS Veteran

    Oct 26, 2002
    Cheesy Slow-Cooked Chicken :

    2 lbs. boneless chicken
    2 ( 10 3/4 oz.) cans cream of chicken soup
    1 ( 10 3/4/ oz. ) can of cheddar cheese soup
    1 1/2 cup water
    1/4 tsp. garlic powder
    uncooked egg-noodles

    Place chicken in the slow cooker. Mix the undiluted soups together with the garlic powder and pour over chicken. Add the water, cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours until chicken is tender. Add uncooked egg-noodles to slow- cooker 30 min. before serving. Yields 8 servings :cloud9:
  10. terri01p

    terri01p DIS Veteran

    Oct 26, 2002
    Cowboy Sausage and Campfire Beans :

    1 lb Italian sausage
    1 ( 14 oz. ) can crushed tomatoes
    1 onion, finely chopped
    1 T. brown sugar
    1 tsp. mustard
    salt and pepper to taste
    1 ( 15 oz. ) can baked beans
    1 ( 15 oz. ) can kidney beans
    6 slices bacon

    Dump everything into your slow-cooker, cook on low for 6-8 hours. Can be served with rice. Must be ate outside with a cowboy( if you have one) or by a campfire( not to close) them beans are mighty powerful. :rotfl2:
  11. Minnie's Mate

    Minnie's Mate DIS Veteran

    Aug 15, 2000
    Also, try sprinkling a package of onion soup mix over with the coke and it will have an even better gravy.
  12. disneyophile

    disneyophile Earning My Ears

    Oct 19, 2003
    This is a receipe that we look forward to and only prepare when camping.

    Camp Fire Potatos

    small red potatos
    garlic salt
    aluminum foil

    Cut the potatos in 1/4 inch slices. Place the potatos on a sheet of aluminum foil. Sprinkle with pepper and garlic salt and toss. Add chunks of butter. Place a second sheet of aluminum foil over the top of the potatos and fold the edges of the aluminum foil to seal tightly. Cook over your campfire until tender (30-45 minutes?). Enjoy. Great as a side dish with those grilled steaks!
  13. RangerPooh

    RangerPooh DIS Veteran

    Aug 6, 2005
    This is one that I learned while working as a camp counselor. Gotta love camp outs!

    The recipie is for a beef stew type dish

    chopped carrots, potatoes, onions, celery,
    ground beef/veggie burgers torn into pieces (can do with hamburger patties too)
    can of tomatoe sauce
    salt and pepper
    tabasco sauce
    small amount of water

    While one person preps the food have another start the camp fire

    Take two good sized pieces of aluminum foil (or 1 long piece folded in half).
    Inside of it you will place the ingredients that you plan to eat. Be sure to add enough tomotoe sauce to add taste (add just a smidge of water, not much is needed). Wrap the food in the aluminum foil (boat shaped, ball shaped, etc), feel free to get creative as it will help to identify yours later.

    Place foil covered food in the fire pit (towards the outsides and under logs work well as they have the heat and accessability). Check on them after 20-25 minutes. If need more heat consider moving them. The average time too cook the food in the fire takes between 45-60 minutes. Just remember to check on them so that they do not get burned.

    Enjoy :)
  14. tacomaranch

    tacomaranch Tacoma Ranch home of wild mustangs! We are all on

    Apr 15, 2006
    I am going this weekend to McCoy creek on the palisades in Alpine, Wyoming.

    I am making potato packs a head of time.

    Cut two each of foil for each serving, put in for each serving.

    Slice potatoes thin
    Cut up mushrooms
    Cut up onions
    Lots of Butter

    Sometimes when I am in a hurry I precook potatoes in Microwave

    Wrap up in second piece of foil, put on coals when burned down, cook about 40 minutes or shorter if potatoes are precooked.

  15. jmmelvin

    jmmelvin <font color=darkorchid>Man! I can't stand it when

    Jul 14, 2006
    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. :thumbsup2
  16. allaboutmm

    allaboutmm DIS Veteran

    Aug 17, 2005
    This is a yummy treat! First you need some dowels(1in.wide) (sp), get them at any hardware store, have them cut about the length of a marshmellow stick. On one end smooth and round it out. Once its all set clean and get ready!!!

    You will need
    spray ( like Pam) Pilsbury cresent rolls
    whip cream jelly

    What to do
    Spray the rounded end of the stick w/ the cooking stick. Cup the bottom of the stick with the dough (one piece of the dough), wrap around remaining dough around the stick ( makes like a french horn shape). Cook over the fire,turning the stick for even cooking. When dough is golden and puffy remove carefully. Fill with some of your favorite toppings. Whip cream and jelly, or cinnamon/sugar. Fun dessert!! :woohoo:

    O.K. now I realize that FW has no fire pits...sorry.But I still wanted to share!
    ENJOY :wave2:
  17. Livi's Mama

    Livi's Mama Earning My Ears

    Jul 30, 2006
    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!
  18. Jesussavedme

    Jesussavedme DIS Veteran

    Apr 2, 2002
    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!
  19. Jesussavedme

    Jesussavedme DIS Veteran

    Apr 2, 2002

    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!
  20. Boomer1

    Boomer1 Mouseketeer

    Oct 29, 2005
    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?
  21. djblu883

    djblu883 DIS Veteran

    Jun 5, 2006
    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 may have to spoon instead of slice it but it is delish!! DJ :cool1: :thumbsup2 princess: :joker: :crazy:

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