We all look forward to grilling when we’re camping and most of our meals are cooked over the fire whether a campfire or a bbq grill. We love the hotdogs, burgers, and even corn on the cob that has been infused with that memorable flavor that only outdoor cooking can bring to it. There are some tantalizing new options for grilling this season and you might like to give it a try.
You will find a new camping-food love once you start grilling fruit. You can use pineapple, peaches, strawberries, watermelon, apple slices, mango, banana, melon, or just about any kind of fruit you can imagine. If it’s a large fruit you can cut it up in big chunks and skewer them for grilling or use a special grill tray to keep them from falling through the grates. If it’s berries you’d like to grill, try a handy grilling basket. You’ll get all the flavor of the grilled berries without losing them in the flames.
Once grilled, you can make a variety of dishes out of the fruit or eat is just as it is.
Stuffed Grilled Peaches – these are going to light everyone right up. All you need is fresh peaches, some blueberries, brown sugar, and a little lemon juice. You’ll be sealing them in foil to keep the sweet syrup from dribbling out. You can poke holes in the top of the foil to allow more grilled flavor to enter the pack.
Grilled Brown Sugar Bananas – These are sweet and creamy. You’ll need to make extra because they are going to be popular. Grab some bananas, brown sugar, lemon juice and cinnamon. If you serve it with some vanilla ice cream you’ll experience a little bit of heaven.
You can find these recipes and others you might like to try at Best Grilled Fruit Recipes. The whole family will love eating any of the recipes you’ll find there and they are all surprisingly easy to make. We hope you give them a try and enjoy adding a new dimension to your campground grilling.