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Old 02-12-2019, 07:21 AM   #1
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Unique Campfire Snacks

What are some unique snacks you make around the campfire late at night? Besides smores, any good snacks you make for guests?

We have a few I'll share.

1) Pickles wrapped in Bacon - Kosher pickles work best. Less salty pickles are ideal due to the saltiness of the bacon too. Simply wrap in bacon and cook over fire in a wire basket. We also put seasoning on the pickles such as cajon for extra kick.

2) Pizza Rolls - Using a wire basket place the Tortito's pizza rolls in a row to fill the basket and cook slowly over a fire. We take them right from the freezer and cook over the fire. Also works with mini tacos and taquitos.

3) Onion rings - Right out of the freezer and slow cook in wire basket over the fire.


Late at night, what is your go-to campfire snack?
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Old 02-12-2019, 07:50 AM   #2
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Small stuffed Cornish Game hen on a stick over the fire. My idea of a "Snack"
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Was gonna say...."any adult beverage".


works for me
With or with out ice?
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We tend to lean towards drinking our snacks White Russians, Bloody Mary's, Margaritas, Cheladas and good old beer With chips and salsa.
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Pepperoni and cheese
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I use a cast iron skillet. Sliced apples, cinnamon, nutmeg, butter, and a streusel topping. Put a lid on it and let it cook over the fire until bubbly. A sweet treat.

For the grands (and us big kids) , I get a sugar cone..smear the inside with peanut butter. Add a few chocolate chips and mini marshmallows. Wrap in foil and put over the rack on the fire pit until warm.
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We make peach cobbler in the Dutch oven and serve it over homemade ice cream made earlier that day
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