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What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby slowcowboy » Wed Aug 16, 2017 8:08 am

What is you all eating for breakfast in camp?....slow.

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Re: What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby Bill n Robi » Wed Aug 16, 2017 9:30 am

Our goto for the morning is affectionately known as 'left over mash potato pancakes'
Mash Potato, cheddar cheese, crème cheese, egg, pepper, bell pepper, onion powder, baking powder and a CI pan.

Make everything the night before - exclude the egg, put in a ziplock bag and throw into the cooler. In the morning, add egg, squish around to mix, cut the corner off the bag and squeeze into the pan. Have mixed it up with chives, crumbed bacon, hot peppers - anything left in the cooler on the last morning before heading home.

And my smoked breakfast quiche if there are people around to help eat it - feeds 8 to 10
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Re: What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby lrrowe » Wed Aug 16, 2017 9:38 am

One I do not have to make! :lol:
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Re: What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby QueticoBill » Wed Aug 16, 2017 10:00 am

Favorite is dutch oven french toast. I haven't tried the version with peaches and cream cheese but suspect that is also very good.
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Re: What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby HMK » Wed Aug 16, 2017 11:53 am

QueticoBill wrote:Favorite is dutch oven french toast. I haven't tried the version with peaches and cream cheese but suspect that is also very good.




Yes Bill, it's very good!
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Re: What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby CAJUN LADY » Wed Aug 16, 2017 12:01 pm

QueticoBill wrote:Favorite is dutch oven french toast. I haven't tried the version with peaches and cream cheese but suspect that is also very good.


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Re: What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby HMK » Wed Aug 16, 2017 1:02 pm

CAJUN LADY wrote:
QueticoBill wrote:Favorite is dutch oven french toast. I haven't tried the version with peaches and cream cheese but suspect that is also very good.


Please share!



Becca,

I'm not Bill, but here is the one the wife and I make. We make in our Dutch Oven using same amount of charcoal we do for our peach cobbler. Go by smell when cooking. We've adapted several recipes to our DO, some with great results and some not so much, bull all edible. This turned out good.

After rereading, I thought Bill said Peaches and Cream. My bad. This one does NOT have cream cheese. It would be very easy to adapt though. Sorry about the confusion.

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Re: What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby QueticoBill » Wed Aug 16, 2017 2:54 pm

You can kind of make it up. I have tired both sliced and torn up bread, and prefer the torn up bread of a crusty sort. A lot of recipes say put in the dutch oven the night before but times I've made it the night has been warm and I didn't think warm eggs and milk sitting around in a pot in warm weather sounded good. Mostly just plain (no peaches) and have made it once with cubed ham.

Just google dutch oven french toast - lost of hits.

And try this one if you really want to pack it on. Oh my! http://www.everydaydutchoven.com/2013/0 ... -bake.html It was nearly a feeding frenzy at the adult patrol site the morning this was served.
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Re: What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby mcubberley » Wed Aug 16, 2017 3:34 pm

Pie iron breakfast pies. Cooked breakfast meat and an egg between slices of wheat bread in a pie iron. Few fresh herbs are an added bonus.
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Re: What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby Woodbutcher » Wed Aug 16, 2017 5:43 pm

I have a 4" X 5" cast iron fry pan that holds 2 fired eggs. I get the perfect ratio of egg to toast. When the eggs are done I put a piece of cheese on till it melts and slide them between 2 pieces of toast. Simple and quick.
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Re: What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby QueticoBill » Wed Aug 16, 2017 6:08 pm

I can't help but recall eggs in a nest, a foil pack breakfast. A fresh sausage patty on the foil, gate a potato and make a best, crack an egg in it, lay a piece of cheese on top, and seal up the foil. 15 to 20 minutes then flip for 5. Just fun and quick get away.
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Re: What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby woodywrkng » Wed Aug 16, 2017 6:13 pm

I make this on a white gas grill, not a campfire, but I reckon it would work fine either way. Being a guy, I prefer having just a few dirty dishes/pans, so I'll pan fry those hash browns that come in a little milk carton, shove them to the side, and fill the rest of the pan with scrambled egg mess with pre-cooked sausage, onions, and maybe some diced celery. If there's AC power, I can fire up a big percolator the likes of which lots of younger folks have never even seen :D
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Re: What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby GPW » Thu Aug 17, 2017 4:38 am

PIZZA !!!
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Re: What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby HMK » Thu Aug 17, 2017 6:54 am

Another easy breakfast is waffles made from can cinnamon rolls

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Re: What's your favorite camp fire breakfast?

Postby bobhenry » Thu Aug 17, 2017 10:54 am

HE MAN'S BREAKFAST !

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About 12 scrambled eggs a generous portion of bacon, ham, or even pepperoni and bury it is shredded cheeses bake in the dutch oven till dry and firm. Oh darn near forgot the onions and mushrooms ! :oops:




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