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Fall Camping Series: Family Favorite Recipes

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Fall camping is in season, and it is a beautiful time to visit the lake. In this article, you will learn about quick and easy family favorite recipes perfect for camping trips.


Part One - Fall Camping Series: What Clothing To Pack For Fall Camping


Part Two - Fall Camping Series: Packing the Proper Camping Gear


Part Three - Fall Camping Series: Meals to Try For Your Lake Camping Trip


Part Four - Fall Camping Series: Quick & Easy Foil Pack Meals

 

 

Family Favorite Recipes for Fall Camping

 

Are you looking for some family favorite recipes for Autumn camping? Here are a few recipes to try out! Then, add them to your family's favorite list!


Camp French Toast - Learn how to make perfect french toast in a cast-iron skillet while camping. The ingredients include a loaf of bread, eggs, milk, butter, and seasoning. Fresh Off The Grid offers instructions on how to create quick and easy french toast.


Coconut Chocolate Granola - Add some crunch to your morning breakfast ideas or as a snack throughout the day. This recipe includes rolled oats, coconut flakes, nuts, cacao powder, maple syrup, coconut oil, dried milk, and raspberries. To make this for your next fall camping trip, please visit Fresh Off The Grid.


Hot Ham & Cheese Campfire Sandwiches - These hot ham and cheese only take a few minutes to prepare. Then, throw the foil packs on the hot coals for a few minutes, and they are done. Visit Taste & Tell for recipe ingredients.


Beef, Bacon, Beer & Beans Chili - This special chili recipe is cooked in a dutch oven with a lid. Bacon can be soft cooked ahead of time, and the ground beef for easy cooking at the campsite. The seasonings can be placed in a small baggie plus pack your canned goods and Worcestershire sauce to go. To learn the ingredients needed, please take a few minutes to visit Eureka Camping.


Campfire Dutch Oven Chili - This campfire chili is thick and heart in a rich tomato sauce. Prep your veggies ahead of time. Brown the meat ahead of time or cook it in your dutch oven at camp. Bring along tomato juice, beans, and seasoning. Simmer this delicious chili over the fire for two hours.


Hearty Camp Out Chili - This chili uses simple ingredients and is quick and easy to make. The recipe includes meat, tomato sauce, chili beans, and seasonings. Let ingredients simmer in the dutch oven for approximately one hour. Visit 50 Campfires for more details.


Your Family Favorite Camp Recipes


Would you like to share some of your family's favorite camp recipes? Please let us know about them! Leave a note below for the lake community!

 



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Toledo Bend Lake Fishing Report from TPWD (Nov. 25)

GOOD. Mostly clear; 64-67 degrees; 4.26’ low. Black bass are good shallow and deep, depending on structure. Shallow in 2-8 feet, use green Senokos early in the day. When fishing 25-40 feet, use jigging spoons, drop shot, Carolina Rigs, and Texas Rigs. White bass are fair, catching them as deep as 50 feet. Crappie are great but staying deep around 25-28 feet mainly on minnows and occasionally jigs. Bream are good with small jigs and crickets. Channel and blue catfish are fair on stinkbait.