Autumn camping adventures let you bask in the glow of the fall colours, skip the crowds, and enjoy the finest comfort foods around. Although pumpkin spice definitely steals the limelight, your autumn culinary journey definitely doesn’t have to end there. As the temps start to fall, it’s high time to savour hot chocolate, baked beans, and everything in between. All you need is your trusty cast iron skillet plus a grill or campfire and you’re well on your way to pure deliciousness. Ready to get started? Here’s a look at our favourite fall camping recipes.

Nutella Hot Chocolate

There’s perhaps nothing better than warming back up around the campfire with a cup of hot chocolate. If you’d like to take that experience to the next level, then you need Nutella Hot Chocolate in your life. With only two key ingredients – Nutella and milk – you can whip up a decadent cup of cocoa that’ll leave your belly toasty warm. To elevate the experience even further, toast a marshmallow over the fire and plop it right in the cup.

Cast Iron Frittata

Since you can put pretty much any combination of ingredients inside, the Cast Iron Frittata is one of the most versatile fall camping recipes to start off your RVing adventures. The dish starts with an egg base, and then gets your choice of savoury ingredients mixed in before cooking. For a fall kick, you can go with sweet potato, butternut squash, and crumbled goat cheese. Or fill it with bacon, parmigiano reggiano, asparagus, and mushrooms instead.

Freezer Kababs

In between all your explorations, it’s nice to have Freezer Kababs on hand for a quick yet filling lunch. You’ll want to make these kebabs well before heading out on your trip, so you can just pull them out of the freezer when hunger strikes. The best fall kebabs have your favourite meat (or none at all) plus zucchini, bell pepper, onions, sweet potato, and green apples. Just cut all the ingredients into hearty chunks, and then slide them onto the skewers.

Campfire Garlic Fries

When you’re feeling snacky, Campfire Garlic Fries will satisfy your cravings while leaving you fully satisfied. You just need to keep a bag of frozen French fries, shredded cheese, and plenty of garlic on hand. Foil is a must, as well, so you can create your quick and easy foil packets of fries to throw on the grill or campfire. Then, before you know it, you’ll be grubbing on a restaurant-worthy app to remember. Just don’t forget to bring all the best sauces for dipping.

Root Beer Apple Baked Beans

Root Beer Apple Baked Beans serve as a filling side or can shine as the main course, especially if you add sliced sausage to the mix. You’ll make this dish by dressing up canned baked beans with apple pie filling, root beer, and fried bacon strips. If you like it a little hot, then a teaspoon of ground ancho chili powder is a sure bet. Once it all simmers over the campfire or grill for a while, consider sprinkling shredded cheese on top to bring it all together.

Caramelized Peaches

When dessert calls your name, satisfy your sweet tooth while keeping it 100% simple by cooking up Grilled Peach Crisps. Another foil pack delight, this amazing dessert lets the sugars inside the peaches caramelize to create a candy-like flavour profile. Then, the crispy granola topping helps elevate the flavours even more while adding a bit of a crunch to every bite. If you’d like it a little more tart, go with pineapple slices instead of peaches.

As you head out to all the best fall RVing destinations in Canada, all these fall camping recipes for comfort foods are sure to keep you feeling right at home. For even more comfort, reach out to our team at Wayfarer Insurance Group before you hit the road. We’re always available at 1-844-929-4768 to help you optimize your RV insurance and give you the protection you need on all your travels. Want to avoid trouble along the way? Ask about our emergency roadside assistance to see how to get help when you need it most.

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