Go Camping– Best Outdoorsy Dishes

As temperatures rise during the summer, an excellent way to bond with family and friends is exploring the outdoors during a camping trip. When preparing for your next camping trip,it is helpful your meals ahead of time. The following meals are simple to prepare, taste great, and are a hit with adults and kids of all ages while out in the wilderness.

Hot Dogs

Keep it simple on your next outdoor trip with hot dogs. Hot dogs require no prep work and are delicious.. Hot dogs can be cooked on a charcoal grill or even over a campfire. Pack hot dogs along with condiments like ketchup and mustard in a sturdy cooler to keep them fresh and cool until they’re ready to be eaten. Hot dogs can be served on buns, or they can be eaten right off of the grill or campfire. Add B&M Original Baked Beans as a side, and you’ve got a meal improves your camping experience.

Campfire Chicken and Potatoes 

Make a hearty meal with ease by cooking chicken and vegetables on your next camping trip. Simply combine peeled and cubed potatoes, celery, red bell peppers, white onion, and diced chicken breast with your favorite barbecue sauce. After coating all ingredients thoroughly, wrap them tightly in aluminum foil. Then cook them over your barbecue grill or campfire for about 25 minutes or until the chicken is cooked through. Once finished, unwrap the aluminum foil and enjoy.

Grilled Fish

If you’ve enjoyed fishing on your camping trip and have made a big catch, fish can be a great option for dinner. Just clean and prepare your fish before seasoning. Great seasoning ideas include garlic, salt, pepper, and even lemon juice. Wrap tightly in aluminum foil, place over the grill or campfire, and cook approximately 20 minutes or until cooked through. Some of the best fish to enjoy straight from the grill include trout, salmon, flounder, and bass.


After a appetizing meal by the campfire, there’s no better dessert than S’mores. S’mores are easy to make and are well-loved by kids and adults. Simply toast marshmallows over a campfire, place on a graham cracker, set a small bar of chocolate on top of the hot marshmallow and then complete the sandwich with another graham cracker stacked on top

The heat from the marshmallow melts the chocolate, making this a gooey and sinfully delicious dessert that is for any outdoor camping trip. Plain old marshmallows toasted over an open campfire are also pure, sweet, and the delicious end to a long day of outdoor camping and fun