Fall camping is one of the best times of the year to be outdoors and enjoying nature. You can easily set up camp during the fall without the worry of bugs, hot temperatures, sweaty bodies, and even worse, bad camping attitudes. And …waking up to the smell of bacon and eggs has got to be the prime of it all. That’s why I wanted to share 8 breakfast camp meals for fall camping. I hope you like them as much as we do.
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8 Breakfast Camp Meals for Fall Camping
Breakfast camp food is why we LOVE fall camping. Is there anything better than waking up to breastfast when the morning air is still nice and crisp? It’s not only the perfect way to jumpstart your camping adventure, but it’s also a great way to snuggle up in a hoodie while enjoying a good cup of coffee with your meal.
Below, you’ll see some of the best breakfast camp food that is simple to pack and easy to cook! I hope you packed your hammock because you’re going to want to rest in it after making any of these breakfasts – just saying!
Before you get all giddy about the following breakfast meals, you might want to check out this Fall Camping Checklist & Tips(Opens in a new browser tab) to make sure you have everything you need for your fall camping. It’s a good list to know!
Top 8 Breakfast Camp Meals for Fall Camping
All camping food is good, but these breakfast meal suggestions are the best! I’ll bet you won’t hear a peep from your family members about them!
Scrambled Eggs, Bacon and Hashbrowns
Oh yes! This combination is a favorite of mine. Try putting a sprinkle or two of cinnamon or perhaps pumpkin spice on the hashbrowns to make them flavorful for fall. Also, make sure to bring along salsa, ketchup, and other condiments so everyone can enjoy their breakfast how they want. And, sometimes, all you need in life is a good piece of bacon or three to start the morning off right. Cooking all three in a cast-iron skillet over the campfire gives it so much more flavor and taste! But beware …seconds are a must.
Cast-Iron Cinnamon Rolls for Fall Camping
Oh yes …you have to whip up some cinnamon rolls in your cast iron pan. If you’re feeling ambitious, you can make them from scratch, or you can easily buy them premade at the store and just put them in the pan. The heat from the campfire will cook them in no time, and there will be minimal talking during the consumption as it’s the perfect way to wake up!
You may want to try pumpkin cinnamon rolls with caramel sauce to keep with the fall camping theme, like this photo below. Don’t these cinnamon rolls look yummy?
Roasted Banana S’mores
It’s a traditional s’ mores with graham crackers and chocolate but replacing the marshmallows with bananas. Don’t knock it until you try it – it’s delicious!!
Biscuits and Gravy
Holy moly. There is NOTHING like warm biscuits and gravy when you’re camping — NOTHING. It’s a “stick to your ribs” type meal that is certain to have everyone rushing out of the camper to enjoy. Here is the perfect recipe >>>>
Another super simple breakfast for camping is breakfast burritos. Just pack along the flour or corn tortillas and fill them with scrambled eggs, some bacon, and a little bit of cheese and salsa. The result? Quite possibly everyone’s favorite breakfast for every camping trip moving forward!
Make-Ahead Overnight Oats
Save some time and make this recipe at home, then bring it to camp. Here’s the perfect recipe on thedyrt, plus more make-ahead meals for your fall camping meals.
Pancakes and Sausage Link
Take along a griddle and plug it in. Pancakes and sausage are a constant staple for us when camping. I like to douse mine in syrup, while my boy likes to wrap his pancake around the sausage link and eats it like a sandwich. In my opinion, there’s no wrong way to enjoy pancakes! Make sure you pack the ingredients needed to make these fantastic breakfast camp foods before leaving your house. That way, once you arrive, you can rest easy knowing that breakfast is ready to be cooked up in the morning!
Campfire Skillet Breakfast
What’s better than these three cooked to perfection altogether – bacon (crumbled), eggs, and potatoes? Before leaving for camp, microwave the potatoes so it will be ready for the skillet. You could also cook the bacon beforehand too, but that’s no fun, right?
What are some other camping breakfast food ideas that you love?
And, if you’re looking for campfire dinners, I’ve got some of those as well >>>> Easy to Prepare Campfire Dinners(Opens in a new browser tab)