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Walking Tacos in a Bag Camping Treat

Fun Camping Recipes for Kids

Tacos in a Bag another fun and easy camping recipe for kids that they can make themselves – with just a little adult supervision.

This camp lunch, or light dinner, is so fun and easy the kids will want to do it on every camping trip.

A quick camp meal with almost no clean-up, that your kids will be talking about long after the camping trip is over.

Dump, crunch, and shake

Just watch the fun as the kids dump in their ingredients, crunch, scrunch, and shake to mix, and then dig in. All you need to do is make sure they don’t get carried away with the crunching and shaking. This easy recipe isn’t just delicious – it’s fun too.

The concept is so simple. Each camper spoons the ingredients they want into their individual bags of chips. Then they just scrunch them a little to mix things up – and they’re done! Eat with a plastic fork or spoon and toss everything in the trash for easy clean-up.
A little prep at home can make this a no-cook, fast and easy camp meal. Just cook the hamburger/taco seasoning mix at home, and bring to camp in a gallon-size Ziploc. (can be served cold at camp, or warmed in a skillet) The vegetable slicing and dicing can also be done at home, and brought to camp in Ziplocs. Then it’s just a matter of putting things out for the kids to use.

See the [VIDEO] recipe and prep details for Tacos in a Bag

Recipe Ingredients List, Prep and serving Instructions.



Campfire Orange Brownies
Brownie Oranges – Campfire Treat

With just a little adult supervision, this fun and easy camping recipe idea for kids is one they can can make themselves. So simple – just an orange, some brownie, (or cake), mix, and foil.
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Campfire Dessert Burrito
Chocolate Dessert Burritos

Gooey and sweet – it will quickly become the campfire treat the kids will want to do on every camping trip. These Dessert Burritos are a great evening campfire treat too. Very little clean-up – and no cookware to use.
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Camping Dirt and Worms Pie
Dirt and Worms Pie for Kids

This one is as much an activity for kids as it is a dessert item. All their favorites; chocolate pudding, Gummy worms, Oreo cookies, and Milk Duds or Malted balls. But, it does take some simple pre-preparation before turning the kids loose to out it together.
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Campfire Hobo Breadstick Pastry
Hobo Campfire Breadsticks

This one needs adult supervision, but the results will amaze the kids. Better plan for at least two each.
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Dutch oven Monkey Bread
Cinnamon Sugar Monkey Bread Campfire Treat

So easy. This camping recipe lets the kids have all the fun, and you just have to handle the Dutch oven for them.
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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.
See available Pie Irons for Campfire Cooking


With young kids in camp, a portable camp toilet will make your life a lot easier. No interruptions for a long trip to the campsite bathrooms, and no “scary” after dark trips to the latrine in the woods.

See Camping Toilets

ps. You will be surprised how convenient and inexpensive portable camp toilets are.
Here are some cheap portable camp toilets on Amazon.


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