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8 Great Campsite Recipes To Warm The Kids

If you’re looking for some tasty campsite recipes to warm the kids, you’ve come to the right place! Between these eight recipes you’re bound to find something your kids will love to devour at the campsite. From baked apples to macaroni and cheese, you’ll also be able to keep your kids nice and warm, giving them the energy they need to explore the land on that fun family camping trip.

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Campfire Baked Apples

1. Campfire Baked Apples

This is one of those great campsite recipes to warm the kids in which you can involve the kiddies to keep their minds off being chilly. Get them going, and soon they’ll be ready for more capture the flag and even snowman building.

Get the full recipe here.

Quinoa Chili

2. Quinoa Chili

Are there any vegetarians among your camping crew – kids or adults? Nobody has to miss out on a delicious, warming bowl of chili with this great recipe. Yes, it’s actually good for them.

Get the full recipe at TheKidsCookMonday.org


Chicken Noodle Soup

3. Kid Food: Chicken Noodle Soup

What says “warm,” “Mom,” and … “love” more than a bowl of chicken noodle soup? Well, perhaps one whipped up over a campfire or on the cook stove on a chilly day at the campsite! Adapt this recipe for camping as you see fit for your crew, or make it straight up as is. Chicken Noodle Soup is essential to a happy childhood.

Get the full recipe at MealByMeal.blogspot.com


Camping Cocoa

4. World’s Greatest Camping Cocoa

Okay, it’s sort of a pain to take milk and heavy cream with you when you go camping, but hey … if you want the “World’s Greatest” you have to figure on making some sacrifices! Make the mix ahead of time and keep it in an empty peanut butter jar or some other unbreakable, airtight container. Then when you get to the campfire, put the liquids to warm in a Dutch Oven and mix up a batch big enough for everyone. While you’re making and pouring the cocoa have each camper toast their own marshmallows for topping!

Get the full recipe here.

Campfire Macaroni & Cheese

5. Campfire Macaroni & Cheese

Ask any kid what he or she wants for hot lunch, supper … maybe even breakfast … odds are the answer is going to be macaroni and cheese. Here’s a recipe on how to whip up “the good stuff” right at the campsite.

Get the full recipe at MunchinWithMunchkin.com

Hobo Custard

6. Hobo Custard

Yes, it’s probably un-PC, but cooking in and eating anything from a tin can has traditionally been called “hobo style” … so get over it. This is delicious, improvised custard cooked over the campfire. It cuts down on dish duty, too. What’s not to like?

Get the full recipe here.

Macaroni and Cheese Soup with Roasted Tomatoes

7. Macaroni and Cheese Soup with Roasted Tomatoes

Seeing a theme growing here? This one will please the kids who are all out macaroni and cheese crazy as well as the adults who might want something a little more sophisticated. Give your campmates the option of whether they want the roasted tomato garnish or not. The more who don’t the more there will be for you to enjoy!

Get the full recipe at CulinaryCovers.com

Hot Buttered Apple Cider

8. Hot Buttered Apple Cider

If your young campers love apple cider simply heated up, then go for it! But the addition of maple syrup and butter spiced with nutmeg and allspice make it something special. Heat the cider and syrup gently and keep it warm in a Dutch Oven on a corner of the campfire. Mmmmmm! Warmmmmmm!

Get the full recipe at AllRecipes.com



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