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What's your favorite breakfast when camping? Mine is usually bacon & eggs or sausage & eggs looking for new options for this coming camping season Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_2197.png, Views: 681, Size: 1.08 MB
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Gasman64
What you have, Karl, with coffee, and maybe even pancakes with real Maple syrup.  Alas, but my daily breakfast is a bit healthier.

For some other ideas, how about trying one of the cast iron waffle makers?  The old type that flip over work well on camp stoves.
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bridd
Bacon! And Bob (REJ2) and I have made a lot of different breakfasts while camping. Some of my favorites are the “mountain man” and other breakfast casseroles in our Dutch ovens. I don’t think I have any pics but I’ll have to do some digging Karl. All camping breakfasts are good breakfasts.
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BSAGuy
If it ain't broke, don't fix it, Karl.

I have been known to make some Huevos Rancheros as an alternative.  Found the recipe in The Wall Street Journal, of all places.
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W650
I like to add some onion in with the potatoes and a little roasted garlic too.
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1hpycmpr
I take bacon, chop it up into small chunks and cook it up with diced spuds, mushrooms, green/red peppers, onions, and my favorite spices. When it’s about ready, I clear a spot in the middle of the skillet and crack in a couple of eggs and mix it all up. Eat as is or make a breakfast burrito with a little added cheddar cheese. Easy and only one skillet to clean!
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Danno53
Along with eggs and sausage, make you some bean cakes...Left over pinto beans, mix in some flour and a little water. stir it up good,
drop in in the grease and fry them up. top them off with a little hot sauce and have yourself some fine eatin.
Canned beans work but they are not as good as leftovers.
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holliswood
Call me weird, but I enjoy the occasional fried cabbage with leftover bacon grease for breakfast.
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AussiePete
Good old bacon and eggs, fried in a pan. Hot strong black coffee and good company. Preferably on a camp.
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ke4ljh
Soft boild eggs 4 1/2 minutes chopped over two slices of toast covered with grated cheeze with two slices of ham finished off with some fruit cocktail or fresh fruit. No grease this way and my stomach likes that much better.

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brucesheehe
Home fries with onions, bacon, and eggs.  Toast on the side.
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REJ2
bridd wrote:
Bacon! And Bob (REJ2) and I have made a lot of different breakfasts while camping. Some of my favorites are the “mountain man” and other breakfast casseroles in our Dutch ovens. I don’t think I have any pics but I’ll have to do some digging Karl. All camping breakfasts are good breakfasts.


Yes we have, and looking forward to doing it again! Over the winter I bought a real nice 413D. Abe and I need to break it in with about 3lbs. of bacon. 
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DougA
Break up a couple of slices of bacon (we usually have pre-cooked bacon on hand), add a little bacon grease, heat up until the grease melts and the bacon pieces are sizzling.  Add a handful of frozen shredded potatoes and heat for a minute or two.  Pour in scrambled eggs.  Cover and heat until set, then flip and turn off the heat and let the other side cook for another minute or so.  At this point you can add shredded cheese and let that melt.
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pateco
Seafood Omelettes

Whenever we camp in the Florida Keys we are usually fishing or diving all day. Dinner is what we catch. All leftovers are bagged in the cooler to use for breakfast omelettes the next morning.

Saute some onions and mushrooms, add the leftovers (pan fried snapper grouper, mahi mahi, tuna, spiny lobster, shrimp etc.), and then use this to fill omelettes adding the cheese of your choice.

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This also works with pan fried trout.

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ps. Usually make several pounds of BACON as well for those that don't like fish for breakfast.

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Krusty Kamper
Fish for breakfast Great idea thanks pateco and thanks for sharing your pictures 😎
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sabre7cu
Corned beef has ( American made) add a few onions throw in an egg towards the end yessssir!
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arizonacamper
Chorizo mixed in with diced fried tomatoes onions and peppers couple of eggs on top all scrambled together. I get the spicy chorizo from a Mexican Ranch Market out by my house. that stuff there is way better than the stuff you buy in the store.
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Dubblbubbl
Bacon, eggs over easy and Hungry Jack hashbrowns, al fresco looking out over the lake and plenty of coffee. Man, it doesn’t get better. When camping with kids, pancakes and sausage links. Have been known to sub Spam for bacon when the wife isn’t with me.
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Majicwrench
I was wondering who was gonna get to   SPAM!!! Slices thin and fried, way easier than bacon, mix in some hash browns (they come in a little milk carton looking thing) then an egg or two DANG  now I'm  hungry........
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Smokey12
I usually cook blood pudding when camping. Sometimes white pudding. Fry it till it’s nice and crispy and serve with eggs, pork sausage and tomato.
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Looking good! My style breakfast!
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maddawg308
Corned beef hash, next to Texas toast and scrambled eggs with BBQ sauce and pepper over the eggs.  And lots of COFFEE!  black, please, no cream or sugar.
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And as always eggs cooked in the leftover bacon fat.
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brucesheehe
I just saw a new bacon at Walmart.

Pork jowl bacon.  I may have to give it a try - soon.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Smithfield-Sliced-Hickory-Smoked-Pork-Jowl-Bacon-1-1-5-lbs/17018184
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chrisnjenn
Love your style , Kevin. I need to go camping soon.
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Camper’s breakfast hash. Diced potatoes, chopped up sausage links, all mixed in with scrambled eggs. Shredded cheese melted on top. It’s a hearty meal and it’s a big hit with my wife and kids so I make it a lot.
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kb0hae
The camper's breakfast hash sounds good, especially with Italian sausage and a little chopped onion.  When I used to camp, my standard breakfast was bacon or sausage links, and eggs cooked in the grease in a cast iron skillet.  Lunch was usually lunch-meat and cheese sandwiches on whole wheat bread. Supper could be cheeseburgers, fried chicken patties, sometimes other things, usually had some kind of veggies.  Did chili sometimes.  WARNING, chili and eggs might not taste bad but are a very gassy combination!
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RNC
Sausage gravy and biscuits. Sausage, bacon fat, flour and milk. Easy peasy. Pillsbury type biscuits bake just fine in a dutch oven. 
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dbhost
I've lived the overwhelming majority of my adult life in southeast Texas, and Arizona, so Mexican or Tex Mex tends to be a theme....

Our favorite in camp, and honestly at home, is Migas con barbacoa wrapped in a warmed flour tortilla. Migas while many of the flavors are Mexican, they are truly Tex Mex...I think the origin is either Austin or San Antonio... 

Too bad I skipped lunch. Just thinking about this makes me hungry...

For those not familiar / not Texans. Migas is an egg dish, more or less an omelette / egg scramble, the specifics vary by family recipe and region, but the ones we do are basically eggs, our recipe Pico De Gallo, and Fritos, cooked together as a skillet scramble, and then Mexican 3 cheese blend shreds, lots of it, topping it off. 

We bring eggs, pre made pico, cheese for the migas. The barbacoa typically comes from a local Carneceria (Mexican meat market), lots of them around Houston... The flour tortillas come from our local HEB grocery, we just heat them up in the cast iron skillet...

Oh, and don't forget the refried beans!
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Yosemite John
Huevos Racheros is pretty grand for breakfast.
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HwyChef
We like to use any leftovers from the night before; potatoes, steak, beans, etc and make a "Leftover surprise scramble!" Add toast or a tortillas and coffee and there are sure to be no complaints!! IMG_3829 (1).jpg 
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xvz12
My personal favorite is bacon or Spam, eggs over easy, hash browns with a little sausage gravy on top, but if cooking for a group, it's hard to go wrong with mountain man breakfast.....maybe not original, but I likes what I likes.....lol😋
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dbhost
Upon much reflection, my favorite breakfast must be one enjoyed in camp.

I have done a LOT of different breakfasts, everything from cold pop tarts, all the way to fresh cooked / prepared hot skillet scrambles. Since my return to camping as a newly single adult before I met my lovely bride in the early 2000s, my level of camp cookery has shot way up.  At this point, unless we are stopped / camped as just a rest and refuel to keep going to our destination, I wouldn't even consider cold cereal / cold pop tarts etc... However I am also a LOT more willing to do prep ahead of time and get ready for just assemble and heat meals, which is something I wasn't mature enough / with it enough as a young camper to know to do that. I am also MUCH more willing to buy and use time / energy saving devices to make that cooking MUCH easier. Manual food processor / mixer instead of using a knife and cutting board for example to prep fresh salsa, that sort of thing...

A lot of this came from camping with a singles group, where we would trade off cooking / cleaning duties for the group. When you've got 4 or 5 singles prepping and cooking things go fast...
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fuel brained
I still like military "SOS' and coffee and hash browns.
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GCinSC
HwyChef wrote:
We like to use any leftovers from the night before; potatoes, steak, beans, etc and make a "Leftover surprise scramble!" Add toast or a tortillas and coffee and there are sure to be no complaints!! IMG_3829 (1).jpg 


HwyChef,

I don't want to guess what the cast iron pot on the left is, can you show a pic of it and how do you use it?

Don't have that in my CI collection.

Gary
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Gunhippie
A simplish one-pan breakfast:

Bacon--slice into strips, place in CI skillet, fry until crisp (or however you like). Set bacon aside on paper towel, but retain grease.

Chop potatoes, red onion, green pepper, jalapeno, etc. into about 1/2" pieces. Throw into skillet with the bacon grease.

When onions are clarifed and potatoes browned, return the bacon to the skillet.

Reduce flame to simmer.

Add chopped garlic, shallots, scallions, etc.

Add eggs over the top. I like 'em up, but whatever.

Sprinkle cilantro and sharp cheddar cheese over the top.

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Splash some vinegar into the skillet, and put a lid on it.

Let simmer until the eggs are done to your preference. The whole thing can also be scrambled if you prefer.

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Be sure to fill your plate first, as this won't last long!
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arryk
Bacon, Eggs, and Hashbrowns, Karl.

We buy these:  [IMG_7885-1024x768] 
Basically, you boil some water on the 500 or whatever, open the carton, fill to the line, close it up and wait 15 minutes. When you pour them out 15 minutes later, they're ready to cook. We refrigerate half and cook them the next morning, because 1 box produces a large amount of rehydrated hashbrowns.

They're very comparable to the other options, and cook and taste great...and they're inexpensive and take zero cooler room until you rehydrate them.

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scl
just scrambled eggs for me.
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Yosemite John
My favorite breakfast? With my bride, shortly after she's emerged from the tent and without her make up, surrounded by dense green forest and the scent of pine, the crackling of a morning fire above the sound of a low water, late Summer river dancing on a rocky river bottom, and aromatic coffee percolating in the pot.  It really doesn't matter what I cook as long as she's with me ( although potatoes O' Brian is sure nice to have on the menu!)
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Yosemite John
Gunhippie wrote:
A simplish one-pan breakfast:

Bacon--slice into strips, place in CI skillet, fry until crisp (or however you like). Set bacon aside on paper towel, but retain grease.

Chop potatoes, red onion, green pepper, jalapeno, etc. into about 1/2" pieces. Throw into skillet with the bacon grease.

When onions are clarifed and potatoes browned, return the bacon to the skillet.

Reduce flame to simmer.

Add chopped garlic, shallots, scallions, etc.

Add eggs over the top. I like 'em up, but whatever.

Sprinkle cilantro and sharp cheddar cheese over the top.

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Splash some vinegar into the skillet, and put a lid on it.

Let simmer until the eggs are done to your preference. The whole thing can also be scrambled if you prefer.

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Be sure to fill your plate first, as this won't last long!

That is amazing!
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Nuiman
This is last years pic but leaving Sat for the same cabin and bringing a 3 burner.  I like basic spuds, bacon and eggs. Did I say coffee?
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outlawmws
French toast (and hot syrup) and either sausage or bacon, with hash browns, eggs and bacon or sausage a close second.  Any more I'm usually on about the sausage over bacon.
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dbhost
Upon considerable reflection I would like to change my answer to. Whatever someone else is cooking. 

On a more serious note, Anything with the prep work done ahead of time. I don't eat all that much differently in camp than I do at home. So here goes.

#1. Migas. Again if you are unfamilair with Tex Mex, Migas are an egg scramble with fresh made Pico De Gallo of tomato, onion, cilantro, jalapeno, and bell pepper (or at least the way I do it) eggs, corn tortilla strips, or corn chips like Fritos, and unhealthy amounts of cheese. Salt and pepper of course, and your cookware prepped with butter, lots of butter.  Served with reheated Barbacoa De Cabeza (Mexican barbecued beef head, typically cheek meat), and slathered with more picante sauce. 

#2. Taquitos. Pre cooked pan sausage crumbles, cooked up with scrambled eggs, wrapped in a warmed flour tortilla with crumbled queso blanco.

#3. Shifting ethnic gears a touch, leftover / reheated Bratkartoffeln mit Kraut. A German dish of fried potatoes bratwurst, onion, and cabbage. 
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Majicwrench
@Nuiman , love the WearEver coffee perk, they are my fav.
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