How to Make Campfire Cookies

There’s nothing like a warm, freshly-baked cookie while camping. With the right equipment and some simple ingredients, you can whip up a delicious batch of campfire cookies any time you’re out in the wilderness.

In this blog post, we’ll cover how to make campfire cookies for your next camping trip.

1. Gather Your Supplies

Before you can start cooking your cookies, you’ll need the right supplies. You’ll need some basic baking ingredients such as flour, sugar, butter, eggs, and baking soda or powder.

Additionally, you’ll need an outdoor stove or griddle and some aluminum foil to wrap your cookie dough in before cooking. If you don’t have an outdoor stove or griddle handy, no problem! You can also cook your cookies directly on hot coals from your fire pit.

2. Mix Your Dough

Once you have all of your supplies gathered together, it’s time to mix up your cookie dough! Start by combining all of the dry ingredients in one bowl and mix them together until there are no lumps.

Next, add the wet ingredients (butter and eggs) and mix until everything is combined into a thick dough. Finally, knead the dough with your hands until it forms a ball that doesn’t stick to anything when touched.

3. Cook Your Cookies

Now that your dough is ready to go, it’s time to cook those delicious campfire cookies! If you’re using an outdoor stove or griddle, turn it on and lightly grease it with butter or oil before adding spoonfuls of cookie dough onto the surface.

Cook each side of the cookie for about 2 minutes or until golden brown on both sides. Then carefully remove the cooked cookies from the surface with a spatula and enjoy!

If you’re cooking directly over hot coals from your fire pit then simply wrap spoonfuls of cookie dough in aluminum foil before placing them directly onto the coals for about 5 minutes per side or until golden brown on both sides before removing them from the heat with tongs and enjoying!


Campfire cookies are an easy way to enjoy a sweet treat while out camping without having to bring too much extra equipment along with you.

All you need are a few basic baking supplies plus some aluminum foil if cooking directly over hot coals from your fire pit instead of using an outdoor stove or griddle.

So next time you’re out camping give campfire cookies a try – they’re sure to be a hit with everyone around the campsite!

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