Fun Camping Recipes for Kids
Campfire Cinnamon Sugar Monkey Bread – another fun and easy camping recipes for kids that they can help make themselves, with just a little adult supervision. This one is so easy the kids will want to do it on every camping trip. And it makes a great evening campfire treat too.
Cinnamon Sugar Monkey Bread – The Concept
This sweet campfire treat is so simple; it’s just cut-up biscuit doughs tossed in a sugar mix and baked, (that’s right, baked!), in a Dutch oven or Pie Iron over hot campfire coals. It only takes about 25 – 30 minutes to cook, and should be eaten right out of the Dutch oven.
Just watch the fun as the kids cut their biscuit dough and shake the bag to add a cinnamon sugar coating.
Then let them toss them into the Dutch oven any way they want. This camp recipes for kids isn’t just delicious – it’s fun too.
This campfire treat is cooked with a Dutch oven, over medium campfire coals.
*It can also be cooked in individual pie irons by the kids.
- A Dutch Oven or Pie Iron(s)
- Refrigerated biscuit doughs
- Granulated and Light Brown sugar
- Ground cinnamon
- Butter or margarine
- Paper or plastic bag(s) (for the cinnamon/sugar mix)
See the Monkey Bread Recipe Details and VIDEO
Recipe Ingredients List, Prep Instructions, and Cooking Tips
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Pie Irons for Campfire Cooking
If you go camping with kids, you should have at least one Pie Iron, (preferably one for each kid), in your camping cookware. They are versatile – you can make anything from grilled cheese sandwiches to instant fruit pies. And they are so safe and easy to use that you can let your young campers make their own fun camping recipes for kids.
Just pop in the ingredients, close, cook over the campfire, and out comes delicious sandwiches, or biscuit-dough fruit tarts, or dozens of other camp food choices.
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