The best part of this Campfire Nachos Recipe is getting to enjoy it around a campfire with the people I love. Camping is my time to relax, reset and recharge. There’s nothing better than good food, a good book and a long weekend of unplugged bliss!
Campfire Nachos are so easy! You can make a meal for two or the whole gang. You can load them up with all your favorite toppings. My favorites include black beans, corn, olives, tomatoes, salsa and sour cream. The hubby needs meat and lots of cheese, too.
While I am enjoying a weekend in the woods, the last thing you will find me doing is the dishes. Leaving the household chores and responsibilities behind is the second best thing about a camping trip.
Make sure you are prepared with the right paper plates so you won’t have to spend time doing any dishes. The majority of our camping meals are spent in a comfy chair, fireside, a good heavy paper plate is a must.
You will need to stock up on the new, stronger Dixie Ultra® Disposable Plates. They have a reinforced rim and it is the strongest plate they have ever made. Your lap will be safe because the Dixie Ultra® Disposable can handle the Campfire Nachos Recipe without bending or folding
Campfire Nachos Recipe
Line a cast iron skillet or dutch oven with foil. (If you are cooking for two a skillet works fine. If your’e cooking for a crowd, use the dutch oven.
Layer tortilla chips and top with cheese. (Round chips work the best)
Add your favorite nacho toppings. (tomatoes, onion, black beans, corn, jalapenos)
Repeat layers and top with cheese.
You can close up your campfire nachos recipe with the foil or a lid. If you use foil it should look like a giant foil packet.
Serve Campfire Nachos on Dixie Ultra® Disposable Plates and add additional toppings like salsa and sour cream.
Of course you can adjust the toppings according to your taste preferences. Don’t stress over the ingredients, the dishes or the clean up time. Just relax, eat and enjoy!
What is your favorite campfire meal?
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