The Ultimate Glamping Menu

Enjoy every meal of your glammed-up camping trip straight from the campfire with these recipes.

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Photo By: Matt Armendariz

Photo By: Matt Armendariz

Photo By: Matt Armendariz

Photo By: Matt Armendariz

Photo By: Matt Armendariz

Photo By: Matt Armendariz

Photo By: Matt Armendariz

Photo By: Matt Armendariz

A Glamping We Will Go

Cooking over an open fire is a beloved summer pastime — nothing compares to the fun of sharing food with friends and family beside that warm glow. So add a little glamour to your outdoor adventures this summer and go glamping; it's everything you know and love about camping but with real plates and fantastic food. (Forget the spider dogs!) Enjoy breakfast burritos, creamy pasta, chocolate fondue and more with these recipes, and make next-level campfire-cooking memories this year.

Campfire Foil Pack Breakfast Burritos

Everyone knows breakfast is the most-important meal of the day, and the same rule applies even when you're glamping. All it takes is a little bit of planning to add a touch of excitement to your campsite breakfast. The filling for these hearty burritos is cooked in clever foil packs over the fire. Pack all the other fixings in your cooler and enjoy the first meal of the day in the great outdoors.

Get the Recipe: Campfire Foil Pack Breakfast Burritos

Camping Muffuletta

A muffuletta is a pressed sandwich — filled with cold cuts, cheese and an olive spread — that gets only better as it sits. It's the perfect thing to take on a camping trip: While you're out hiking or fishing, its flavors will meld even more.

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Creamy Campfire Clam Pasta with Tomatoes

For the ultimate glamping dinner, you'll need more than burgers and hot dogs. Easily make a campfire seafood pasta with minimal provisions. You need only a few cans, some dry spaghetti and garlic-lemon butter (that you made back at home). Once the water boils, the dish will come together quickly, which means you'll have more time for marshmallow toasting and stargazing.

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Campfire Raspberry Lemonade Cocktails

Not only is this refreshing cocktail simple to serve up at a campsite, but the lemonade ice cubes also double as an ice pack in your cooler.

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Campfire Salted Caramel and Chocolate Fondue

Who knew you could fondue while camping? This sweet and salty dip is super easy to make and the perfect ending to a day in the great outdoors. Just pack a saucepan, add the ingredients and stir over the fire until melted. Put your dippers in coffee cups and pass them around the fire.

Get the Recipe: Campfire Salted Caramel and Chocolate Fondue

Campfire Dutch Oven Chili and Cornbread

When we go camping, we love a hearty one-pot meal that needs little prep time, minimal cook time and big payoff when it comes to flavor. With all this in mind, we set out to create a dump-and-stir chili that could be made with ingredients you'd find at even the remotest general store. To reduce the number of items you need to pack in your cooler, we kept this vegetarian. But we wouldn't be unhappy if some broken-up sausage found its way into the pot too. The cornbread layer on top makes this a full meal that everyone can customize with a variety of toppings.

Get the Recipe: Campfire Dutch Oven Chili and Cornbread

Pie Iron Peanut Butter and Jelly French Toast

We set out to make a stuffed French toast that is easy to prepare on a cookout using a pie iron but doesn't require space in your cooler for perishables. What we came up with was exactly that — and also vegan, for a delicious double whammy!

Get the Recipe: Pie Iron Peanut Butter and Jelly French Toast

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