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The Everyday Girl Scout’s Campfire Dinner

Foil dinners are one of my basic, go-to campfire recipes. They take me back to being a kid, sitting on a log at summer camp, eating with a spork and thinking life couldn’t get any better. The memories this meal conjures has given it a near and dear place in my heart. They’re simple, they’re hearty, and they’re made with Worcestersire sauce.  Anything made with Worcestersire sauce can’t fail.

What You’ll Need

  • Heavy duty foil
  • Permanent marker
  • Sporks (seriously, it tastes better with a spork)
  • Large metal spatula (for getting in/out of fire)
  • Ground beef
  • Thinly sliced potatoes (frozen hashbrowns also acceptable)
  • Thinly sliced carrots
  • Diced onions
  • Kraft singles
  • Ketchup
  • Mustard
  • Worcestersire
  • Salt & Pepper

Instructions

Rip off a big section of foil and place it on the picnic table

Put the beef down first, either by tearing off small pieces or by making indentions like so

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Next, add the carrots

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Add the potatoes

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Add the onions

Sprinkle on seasoning

Drizzle on some Worcestersire

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Add a little more for good measure

Add ketchup and mustard

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I like mine saucey so I squirt this on liberally

Top with two slices of American cheese

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Wrap up the foil package in a way that’s secure but easy to get in and out of

Write your name on top in Sharpie

Once the fire is nice and hot, put the meals on the coals

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Cook for fifteen minutes

Enjoy with a spork.

One great thing about this meal is the variations that can be made — bell peppers and mushrooms make great additions.

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