Campfire Breakfasts: Smoky Peaches & Prosciutto

Campfire Breakfasts: Smoky Peaches & Prosciutto

One of my most vivid memories of learning the Italian language was trying a dish I’d never heard of called “prosciutto e melone.” Basically – it was a piece of cantaloupe wrapped in prosciutto, commonly served cold or room temperature as an appetizer. The sweet & salty notes of two foods I had never considered combining were incredible! That experience was one of two inspirations for this unique campfire breakfast idea! ………The other inspiration? BEARS. I don’t know about you, but when I wake up after sleeping in a tent, worrying about bears, deer, bugs, etc., (haha – just kidding) I am AS HUNGRY AS A BEAR. Sometimes I can hold out a little longer, but sometimes I gotta eat fast! This particular breakfast...

Campfire Quiche

Campfire Quiche

All you need are some non mutant peppers & some omelete-like ingredients. You probably think it’s an oximoron, but Campfire Quiche is classy AND rustic. (And not processed….) This has become one of the favorite breakfast item around the campfire.  It’s come in handy a few times, because it’s packed with nutrients you need for a hike or an active day around the camp site! Added bonus: It’s gluten-free. I served it with slices of watermelon & it really hit the spot. And……. you can do this at home in your oven if camping isn’t your thing!!!! What you need: ~Bell Peppers that can sit up in your grocery cart/buggy (it’s important they are level & not mutant situations) ~1-2 eggs per pepper ~hashbrowns...

Campfire Hashbrowns “All-The-Way”

Campfire Hashbrowns “All-The-Way”

If you walk into a Waffle House on the hunt for their world famous hashbrowns, you have lots of options to dress up your hashbrowns.  Here’s a quick and easy way to cook them up any ol’ way ya like!  If you have finicky eaters, this is a way to accomodate everybody for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!  Be sure to check out the shortcut tips at the bottom! Smothered – onions (.35)  Peppered – jalapeno peppers (.65) Covered – cheese (.35)        Capped – mushrooms (.70) Chunked – ham (.70)            Topped – chili (.90) Diced – tomatoes (.35)         Country – sausage gravy (.35) “All the Way” 5.80   Campfire Hashbrowns “All-The-Way” ~Potato:  Enough to equal one small potato per pocket.  See Notes...