There’s nothing quite like the crisp autumn air and beautiful fall colours to get you in the mood to bundle up, gather around the campfire and feast on comfort food. After a long day of driving, hiking, paddling – or whatever feeds your fancy – the last thing you probably want to do is spend heaps of time (and money) figuring out what to eat. Take a look at this hearty roundup of 7 Cozy Autumn One-Pot Camping Recipes to fill your belly and whet your whistle!
And the beauty of these dishes is that clean-up will be a breeze as well.
1. Tater Tot Breakfast Pizza(BuzzFeed)
Pizza for breakfast? Yes, please! This tex-mex inspired breakfast pizza – chockfull of eggy-avo-cheesy ‘tater goodness – will help kick start your day and fuel your adventures!
2. Easy Skinny Skillet Lasagna(Food Network Canada)
Mmmm… Do you smell that? That’s the aroma of homecooked lasagna simmering in the skillet! Save room for seconds. 😉
3. Easy Camping Potato Soup(50 Campfires)
Comfort in a bowl. A hearty soup like this one is a great way to warm up after a rollick in the woods! Bonus: a big vat of soup is a great way to feed a crowd!
ps – You can get a head start on this recipe by pre-chopping your veggies at home before you hit the road.
4. Campsite Jambalaya(Bon Appetit)
Calling all camping foodies! This one-wok campsite jambalaya is bound to be a crowd-pleaser. Don’t forget to pack some chicken thighs, shrimp and (andouille) sausage in your RV fridge or cooler.
5. Dutch Oven Campfire Chili(Serious Eats)
Pack some heat in this dutch oven campfire chilli! With hearty beans and meaty goodness, we think this slowcooked chili is well worth the wait. Bonus: It’s a fantastic dish to add to your RV tailgating menu for that next football game, too!
6. S’mores Cake(Polka Dot Chair via Country Living)
Sometimes you can have your cake and eat it, too! 😉 What’s better than campfire s’mores? How about s’mores and cake combined into one oooey-gooey, mouthwatering concoction? Yes, please.
7. Dutch Oven Apple Cobbler(Fresh Off The Grid)
While we’ve got dutch ovens on the brain, keep this apple cobbler in mind… Tender, slow-cooked apples with the perfect hit of cinnamon spice and toasted topping make for a pretty wonderful way to end your camping feast.
This article was originally posted at Go RVing Canada.