6 Campfire Recipes Perfect for Fall

The temptation of a crackling campfire and hot, flavourful food inspires fall camping trips in Saskatchewan’s great outdoors. Campgrounds are quiet, peaceful places to relax and explore in autumn. You can have fun planning a campfire meal even for a day trip.

Whether you’re hiking, walking, biking or relaxing, these hearty, simple recipes are perfect for campfire cooking. They can be prepared in advance or prepped at your campsite. These scrumptious eats are kid-friendly and kids can help with assembly, too.

Hangry-Taming Starters

Campfire Beer-Candied Bacon

Yes… it says beer, candy and bacon.

Campfire Nachos

Food tastes better when you eat it with your hands.

Tummy-Warming Main Meals

Mojo Chicken Drumstick Skewers

Some Cuban-inspired mojo for your flames.

Foil-Wrapped Baked Sweet Potatoes with Chili

Make it sweet or spicy… or just add beer.

Hot Sweets

Mexican Hot Cocoa

Cocoa with a kick… Ole'!

Golden Coconut Raspberry S’moreo

S’mores and Oreos meet raspberries and coconut… melt me.


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