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Campfire Cooking : Hobo Pies

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Create Quick and Easy Lunches while Campfire Cooking – Hobo Pies Recipe

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Kids are always hungry and they don’t know care that while camping moms do not have access to quick cook foods or a microwave. Yet some how the thought of feeding them only junk food for your camping trip is appealing for convenience but it is not the best option for long term health habits. You can create a quick lunch that they will love and you will feel content to serve them with this great recipe.

Campfire Cooking Recipe-Hobo Pies

Ingredients

  1. 1 loaf of Bread Pam
  2. Pam or Cooking Spray
  3. 1 can/jar Spaghetti Sauce
  4. 1 package of Pepperoni
  5. 2 cups of Shredded Cheese

**Feel free to add whatever toppings your family likes**  campfire cooking

Directions

  1. Spray one side of bread with cooking spray.
  2. Place sprayed side down onto one side of Hobo Pie Maker 
  3. Top with Tbsp of Sauce, Shredded Cheese, Pepperoni and other ingredients.
  4. Top with second slice of bread and spray with cooking spray.
  5. Put the pieces of Hobo Pie Maker together and place in fire pit.
  6. Cooking time will vary based on the heat of the fire but take approximately 5 -7 minutes.

 

I recommend not leaving them unattended because cooking too long will result in them burning. While my son was willing to sit and watch them my daughter chose to relax and chill out instead.

campfire cookingDon’t leave on too long or you will end up with lunch that looks like this.

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If you want to continue your Campfire Cooking try these other Hobo Pie Fillings

Make Sweet Desserts with Cream Cheese and Cherry Pie Filling

Tasty Snacks are a treat with some American Cheese Slices and Ham

Check out our other Campfire Cooking Recipe for Daddy’s Potatoes

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Addi - 6 years ago Reply

We make these all the time, but we call them Mountain Pies!

Crystal Martin - 6 years ago Reply

These look so good! We’ll have to make these the next time we cook on the bonfire.

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