The July edition of Rad Family Dinners is Camping Kitchen. Take some time to enjoy nature this summer -- and take some of these delicious recipes with you!
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2. Campfire Orange Cakes from Izzy Cooking
Launched in 2018, Izzy Cooking is a food blog where you will find easy and delicious recipes for the everyday home cook, with easy-to-follow instructions and step-by-step photos.
If you want an easy -- but impressive -- dessert to make outdoors, look no further than Izzy's Campfire Orange Cakes.
3. Campfire Cones from The Girl Who Ate Everything
Christy Denney is a mother of five and founder of The Girl Who Ate Everything -- a food blog featuring family friendly recipes that can be made in a short amount of time.
Everyone loves S’mores as a classic campfire treat. Christy's Campfire Cones are fun twist on S'mores (and bonus -- no need for sticks!).
4. No Knead Skillet Bread from Baker Bettie
Kristin “Baker Bettie” Hoffman is a trained chef and the baking instructor at Baker Bettie. Visitors to Kristin's site learn how to be a better baker through foundational recipes, baking techniques, and approachable baking science.
Cooking bread in the woods? You can with Kristen's No Knead Skillet Bread recipe!
5. Shrimp Boil Foil Packets from Fresh Off The Grid
Megan and Michael are the couple behind Fresh Off The Grid, a website for all things camp cooking! From recipes to instructional guides to gear reviews, Megan and Michael hope to elevate your outdoor experience through food and drink.
Foil packet meals are quick to prepare, easy to clean up, and can be cooked directly over a campfire or BBQ. This good old-fashioned Shrimp Boil is one of Megan and Michael's all-time summertime favorites
6. Chicken Pineapple Kabobs from Fresh Off The Grid
Megan and Michael also recommend kabobs as a good option when camping, especially if you're serving a larger group or families with picky eaters. Each kabob can be customized individually, so personal tastes and dietary restrictions can be easily accommodated.
Their Chicken Pineapple Kabobs are one of the easiest meals to cook over a campfire. Just chop ingredients into pieces, skewer with a stick, and place over the fire! So simple and delicious.
7. Sausage Potato Green Bean Foil Packets from Damn Delicious