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Cheesy Camp Burgers

Behold! We took cheeseburgers one step further by hidinga mini Babybel cheese inside these juicy patties. Freeze them before your camping trip then grill from frozen with the lid onfor eight minutes per side. Winning. Get the recipe:Cheesy Camp Burgers

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Bake-Ahead French Toast Loaf

Why stress over breakfast? Bake this sweet loaf at home and then enjoy it with fruit, nuts and syrup while you swig your coffee, probably overlooking some beautiful lake with a loon calling in the distance. Or something. Get the recipe:Bake-Ahead French Toast Loaf

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Melon-Ginger Limeade

You need a slushy drink to wash down all this good grilled grub. This limeade isn’t too sweet and goes down real nice. Get the recipe:Melon-Ginger Limeade

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Miso-Maple Tofu Kebabs

Here’s a little something for the veg lovers. Perfectly marinated tofu, broccoli, zucchini and sweet bell peppers threaded onto sticks—no cutlery needed. Get the recipe:Miso-Maple Tofu Kebabs

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Maple-Bacon Sweet Potatoes

This superfood gets a sweet upgrade withbacon bits, sour cream and a drizzle of maple syrup. Throw some sausages or chicken on the grill and serve along with our make-aheadpantry salad (keep clicking). Get the recipe:Maple-Bacon Sweet Potatoes

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Pantry Salad

Chickpeas, sweet red peppers and artichoke hearts are perfectly marinated in a Dijon dressing. Make this one ahead of time and keep it in a resealable bag until it’s time to chow down. Get the recipe:Pantry Salad

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Campfire Bananas

Bananas make the best vessels for melted chocolate and marshmallows. Wrap in foil, tossthem on the grill, then get set to devour. Get the recipe:Campfire Bananas

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Caramel Skillet S’mores

Feast your eyes (and your other senses) on one of the greatestthings to happen to a skillet: A dip of melted carmel-filled chocolate bars and perfectly toasted mallows, with graham crackers for dunking. We present to you deconstructed s’mores. Get the recipe:Caramel Skillet S’mores

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Pull-Apart Cheesy Garlic Bread

Who can resist this gooey pull-apart bread? It’s the perfect campfire companion to a bowl of chili.Prepare bread all the way and store it wrapped in cooler until ready to cook. Get the recipe:Pull-Apart Cheesy Garlic Bread

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Make-Ahead Lentil Chili

So easy and satisfying, this make-ahead chili is what you want to dig into after a long day of woodland exploration.Get the recipe: Make-Ahead Lentil Chili

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Campground Paella

Take this traditional Spanish dish into the woods. Packed with meat, rice and veggies, it’s sure to satisfy. But don’t worry, they’ll still have room for s’mores. Get the recipe: Campground Paella

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One-pot Mac and Cheese

Please meet the best and easiest mac and cheese of all time. Like, KD easy. It gets a kick from Dijon mustard and can be prepped ahead of time so all you’ve got to do is boil the pasta and mix in the fixings fireside.Get the recipe: One-pot Mac and Cheese

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Campfire Huevos Rancheros

Roll your breakfast in a tortilla for a quick breakfast. All you need is scrambled eggs, beans, salsa, cheese and cilantro!Get the recipe: Campfire Huevos Rancheros

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Foil-Packed Veggies

These veggies are ready to be munched alongside any dish. Just prep at home (cut them and wrap in foil with olive oil and spices and keep in the cooler until go time) and heat over the fire.Get the recipe: Foil-Packed Veggies

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Mexican Chicken Scallopini Fajitas

Dropyour chicken in a marinade-filled resealable bag and keep it chilled until you’re ready to grill. Throw those tortillas on your grill, too. Actually, grill all the things,. then top it off with sour cream, old cheddar, cilantro (unless you hate cilantro, and we get it) and a squeeze oflime. You just made a gourmet meal while sitting in the dirt. Go you.Get the recipe: Mexican Chicken Scallopini Fajitas

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Smoky Campfire Beans

Forget canned, here’s all you need to know: These beans are the best beans. Prep them at home and simply reheat on-site (or eat them cold).Get the recipe: Smoky Campfire Beans

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S’mores Cones

These are ice cream cones filled to the brim with marshmallows and chocolate chips. Right?!?Wrap them up and setthem onthe fire to melt. But that’s not all: Decorate your gooeycones with more goodies likesprinkles, Skor bites or, you know, some fruit.Get the recipe:S’mores Cones

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