Guest Post: Camp Hot Dogs

3 Quick and Delicious Camp Hot Dogs Recipes

Hot dogs are a common staple food for camping. They are easy to cook over a fire or on the grill and do not require much planning or preparing ahead of time.

But, what if you are a camping enthusiast and are bored from the same simple hot-dog and bun combo?

Here are three great hot dog camping recipes that will kick-start a great camping menu and will make you fall in love again with the camp hot dogs.

Note: Most of these recipes allow you to prepare some ingredients at home and bring them in a camping bag making meal time at your campsite much easier.

1. Veggies and Dogs Casserole

Camp Hot Dog

The first recipe to try on with your hot-dogs is called “Veggies and Dogs Casserole”. It is a perfect recipe for feeding kids and you can cook this meal with minimal effort or cookware right over the fire. Not to mention that casseroles are perfect for feeding a large group of people.


  • Box of spiral pasta
  • 5 Hot Dogs, Chopped Thin
  • 2 Cups of Spinach
  • 3 Tomatoes, Chopped Thick
  • 1 Can Cream of Mushroom Soup
  • 2 Cups of Parmesan
  • 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil


  1. Place a pot of water on your camping stove or the fire grate and add a box of noodles. Let them cook until they’re parboiled.
  2. After they are parboiled, drain the noodles, add the olive oil and pour this mixture in a Dutch Oven or a large pot that can be placed directly into the coals.
  3. Then add the veggies, hot dogs, cream of mushroom soup and 1 cup of Parmesan.
  4. Mix everything together and place your Dutch oven in hot coals; then put a few coals on top of the lid. Let the casserole sit for 10 minutes, and check the hot dogs for doneness.
  5. You can top the dish with another cup of Parmesan and it is recommended to serve hot.

2. Biscuit Cheese DogCamp Hot Dog

Two ingredients and one cooking tool, which you can find at the campsite, is all you need for one of the most basic Camp Hot-Dog recipes you can make. Use this go-to meal when you only have time for a quick dinner at the campsite.


  • 1 Package Uncooked, Crescent Rolls
  • 1 Package of Hot Dogs
  • (Optional) 1 Package of Sliced Cheddar Cheese
  • (Optional) Dijon Mustard
  • (Optional) Can of Baked Beans


  1. Lay the crescent rolls out and roll your hot dogs inside of them. If you want to include cheese, lay one or two slices on the uncooked crescent roll and roll it in with the hot dog.
  2. Stick one corner of the roll to the other, so the hot dog stays in, and then put it on the end of a stick.
  3. Take the prepared sticks and cook over the fire until the rolls and hot dogs are cooked through. You can even leave your kids to cook them over fire, making it a fun and entertaining process.
  4. Pull your finished cheese dogs off the sticks and serve with a side of baked beans and Dijon mustard for dipping, or enjoy it all by itself.

Cowboy Onion & Bacon Hot-Dog

Camp Hot Dog

Prep time: 20 minutes

Cook time: 10 minutes

Serves: 4 Servings


  • 1 Tablespoon of Olive Oil
  • 1 Large Yellow Onion, Cut into Half-Moons
  • 4 All Beef Hot-Dogs
  • 4 Hot-Dog Buns
  • 6 Tbsp. of Mayonnaise
  • 2 Tbsp. of Spicy Brown Mustard
  • 4 Tbsp. of Barbeque Sauce
  • 0.5 Cup of Shredded Cheese
  • 6 Slices Cooked Bacon, Crumbled


  1. Heat oil in a large frying pan over medium heat, add the onions, and cook until deep golden and very tender, stirring frequently, for about 20 minutes.

Note: If you want to do this part of the process at home, cook the onions and put them in an air tight container on your cooler to keep cold.

  1. Use a grill to cook or just cook them over the campfire until slightly charred all over, for about 6 minutes, turning occasionally. Add buns to the grill, turning frequently, until warmed and lightly charred, for about 3 minutes.
  2. Spread buns with mayonnaise and drizzle with mustard and barbecue sauce. Place the cooked hot dogs in buns and sprinkle cheese on top, followed by caramelized onions and bacon.

Author Bio

Kendrick C. Kotter is a major grilling and bbq fan. He loves bbq and tries to use the grill every weekend. He shares all his knowledge about grilling, cooking guides and different tricks at FuriousGrill.

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