Beginner’s Guide to Campfire Food (From Super Newbie Campers)

Let’s just get this out of the way: we’re total newbies when it comes to camping and we could have used a beginner’s guide to campfire food. So, here we are. We made all the mistakes so you don’t have to. This is totally not our general travel style, but you know what? It might just work…

Sure, we didn’t have things like measuring cups and actual bowls or knives and a cutting board. But as Tim Gunn says, “Make it work!”. We made it work and things turned out quite nicely if we don’t say so ourselves.

Also, Nana TOTALLY messed up. Like, in a big way. Ugh.

Our freaking amazing coffee maker that we literally couldn’t survive without:
The Yeti mugs that your kids can grab and throw and never break:
Excessive campfire tripod:
The totally necessary fire pie maker thing:

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