Camping Tacos-in-a-Bag Recipe Video
Although this video shows how simple and easy this kid’s recipe is, it doesn’t show the after-fixins’ shaking and mixing – which is a big part of the fun for the kids. Let them do it.
Here is all you need for this camp meal for kids:
- small bags Dorito chips, (2.5 – 3.5oz.), one per camper*
- 1/2 cup cooked and Taco-seasoned hamburger per camper
- shredded/chopped lettuce
- shredded cheddar or Mexican-mix cheese
- diced onions
- diced tomatoes
- mild or medium salsa or taco sauce
- plastic forks or spoons
- *be prepared – have extra bags of chips for those requests for more.
Note: As mentioned, a little prep at home can make this a quick warm-and-eat camp meal. Just cook the hamburger/taco seasoning mix and dice the veggies at home, and bring to camp in a gallon-size Ziplocs.
Also: You can use qt.-size Ziploc baggies and bulk bags of Doritos or Taco chips if desired. (but it won’t be as novel to the kids as actually using small bags of Doritos)
Then it’s just a matter of heating the meat and putting things out for the kids to use.
The basic recipe steps for the Kids:
- Add the ingredients they want
- Fold the top of the bag closed and scrunch and shake the bag to mix everything up
- That’s it! Open the bag, grab a fork or spoon, and dig in.
Things to watch out for:
- Don’t let the kids over-fill their bags. (have extras for hearty appetites)
- Don’t let them get carried away with the scrunching and shaking – you could have taco chunks flying through camp
- Most camping kids, (except for the very young), will want two, so you should plan for this from the start.
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Notes and discussions:
Camping with kids requires some camping gear and accommodations that you might not normally consider if just camping with adults.
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Rainy Day Survival Ideas for Camping with Kids:
Bad Weather? Rain? Kids confined to the tent? Save your sanity – be prepared with these games and activities to keep them occupied.
The links are for individual products, or the all-in-one bad weather kit. (as pictured)
Available as an all-in-one kit – Just click the image on the right to see a complete all-in-one Camping activities for Kids and camp games for kids Bad Weather Survival kit” – All you have to do is select the item quantities to match your number of kids!
Here are a few items and resources that may prove helpful: