2 Easy Fall Camping Recipes

Fall is a wonderful time to hit the road and make memories with your family. The cooler temperatures mean fewer crowds, less bugs, and the opportunity to see wildlife you might not necessarily see in the summer. Fall also gives you the opportunity to try new recipes that work in cooler weather or require seasonal ingredients like pumpkin or butternut squash.

The two fall camping recipes are easy to make and sure to make you feel like you’re having a fall party in your mouth.

Campfire Cinnamon Rolls

cinnamon rolls

These delightful treats will get the whole family excited about cooking over a campfire. They’re particularly fun because even the kids can get in on the fun and toast their own cinnamon roll.


  • Can of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls
  • Roasting prongs (preferably with the prongs close together)
  • Campfire with hot embers


  1. Open can and divide cinnamon rolls.
  2. Insert roasting prongs through the side of the cinnamon roll in the center of the bun making sure it’s near the back of the prongs.
  3. Place roll over hot embers, rotating frequently so all sides are cooked. It should take anywhere from 8-12 minutes to toasts your rolls all the way through. Remember, don’t place them directly in the flame! You want them to cook because of the residual heat from the embers.
  4. Remove and allow to cool before removing the roll from the roasting prongs. Eat and enjoy!



These super easy quesadillas are great for a quick lunch or dinner and they make excellent leftovers to take hiking or on a picnic lunch.


  • 4 medium flour tortillas
  • 2 8oz chicken breasts, grilled and sliced
  • 1 jar Tostitos salsa con queso
  • 1 can black beans rinsed and drained
  • 1 c. shredded Mexican blend cheese
  • tin foil


  1. Spread 1 Tbsp salsa con queso over one side of a tortilla.
  2. Place 1/4 c. chicken on half the tortilla over the salsa con queso. Sprinkle 1/4 c. black beans and about 1/4 c. cheese over the chicken.
  3. Fold other side of tortilla over to cover ingredients. Place on a piece of tin foil large enough to cover the quesadilla. Leave the ends open.
  4. Place the foiled quesadilla on the grate directly over the campfire. Keep over fire to cheese is melted and tortilla is crispy.


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