Camping is the best, but cooking outside is not always the easiest — especially during breakfast time.
So we rounded up 14 easy-to-make camping breakfasts — from make-ahead energy bars to recipes cooked directly on the fire — to make your next camping trip the most delicious one yet:
The best part about these? You can make the burritos ahead of time, wrap 'em in foil, and throw them right on the hot coals to reheat. Get the recipe.
Because s'mores is a totally acceptable breakfast when you're camping — especially if they contain oats. Then it's definitely acceptable. Get the recipe.
Bake these babies the night before you go camping, stash 'em in a cooler, and enjoy breakfast without any hassle.
Did you know you can bake cinnamon rolls directly over a fire? Well, you can! And you should!
If you don't have a fancy egg skillet, feel free to cook them in a regular one. They won't be perfectly round but they'll taste just as good. Get the recipe.
Bake a big batch of these the night before you go camping, stash 'em in Ziploc bags, and breakfast is done.
Feel free to assemble these at home, then just throw them on top of hot coals or a warm skillet to heat them up in the morning. Get the recipe.
If you're planning to do some serious hiking during your trip, these make-ahead bars are just the thing to keep you going. Get the recipe.
I mean, who wouldn't want bacon cooked over an open fire? Sign me up!
You can either make these at home and bring them along, or prepare them right at your campground. They require no cooking — you just mix everything together, let them sit overnight, and you're good to go.
Another make-ahead breakfast, this time made with dried apples and cinnamon — perfect for fall camping trips.
Just throw everything into a foil roasting pan, pop it on the grill, and breakfast is ready to go.
Throw everything you want in your burrito (pre cooked!) into a Ziploc baggie. Then, in the morning, all you have to do is assemble your burritos with tortillas, heat them up, and eat.
Baked apples are the surprisingly delicious camping breakfast you never knew you needed — especially if you cover them in maple syrup.