Imagine this… it’s 2:30 PM and you just spent your morning doing some strenuous camping activities… Maybe you chopped some wood for the campfire. ? Maybe you went hiking and took some epic selfies when you got to the top of the trail. Maybe you were swimming in a crystal clear lake and you took some time to read a book and just feel super present.
Suddenly you’re hungry… maybe borderline hangry. ? You get back to your site and you open the cooler and bam. ? You remember you packed some tasty things that you learned about while reading this post! You have sweet potatoes, broccolini and ground sausage.
An ease falls over you because you know that in 30 minutes or less… you’re gonna be eating something so yummy and so comforting – that you waste no time throwing a few logs in the fire and getting the coals ready.
Here, my hungry friends is my favorite foil pack recipe!
Prep time: 5 minutes | Cook time: 25 minutes plus 5 minutes resting | Total time: 35 minutes
Serving Size: 2
Sometimes, after a long day of outdoor activities like finding the perfect for that selfie, the first thing you want when you get back to your campsite is something that will essentially HUG you from the inside out. I’m talking full comfort, stick to your bones, make you feel warm but won’t quite take you out for the night or the afternoon. That’s where this delicious recipe comes into play. Spoiler alert: it’s my favorite! ?
1 lb breakfast sausage (you can use any ground meat)
2 medium size peeled sweet potatoes
½ pound of broccolini
½ cup chicken stock
Salt and pepper to taste
Pro tip: Make sure that when you cut your sweet potatoes that they are all evenly sized because that means that they will all evenly cook at the same time. ?
If you enjoyed this recipe you’ll want to try some of my other foil packs! Make sure to check out 3 Foil Recipes for Campfire Cooking with Tinfoil.
Peace out! ✌?
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