GoCampingAmerica.com | Posted May 5th,


    Celebrate National Barbecue


    Happy Camper Blog



    nothing quite like the irresistible scent of barbecue cooking over a campfire
    or grill. And since May is National Barbecue Month, it’s a great time to try
    some new mouthwatering recipes on your next camping trip. So we found a few
    food bloggers that generously agreed to share their favorite barbecue recipes
    with you:

    bbq Chicken

    Grilled Hawaiian Barbecue Chicken in

    Recipes that are cooked in foil are a staple for campers because
    they’re so easy to prepare – and easy to clean up! Alyssa of Therecipecritic.com shared
    this tasty recipe that has an island-inspired twist. As she says on her blog,
    Grilled Hawaiian Barbecue Chicken in
    has the most amazing sweet and tangy pineapple
    barbecue sauce!  It grills to perfection with sweet pineapple and
    delicious summer veggies!” 



    Bacon BBQ Chicken Bombsbacon chicken bombsHow could you
    go wrong when you combine bacon, BBQ sauce and chicken then add a few
    jalapenos for a little extra heat? Check out this zesty recipe from
    Dan at Cakescottage.com.


    Steak Kabob





    Steak Kabobs
    A barbecue recipe doesn’t have to include BBQ sauce to be delicious. On
    her blog Justapinch.com
    , Aurora McBee shares a favorite summer recipe
     that makes it easy for you to get your veggies,

    Baked Beans


    Skillet Barbecue & Bacon Baked

    Naturally, you’ll need side dishes for your barbecue, and what could be
    better than baked beans? Jamie Sanders, who writes the blog Scatteredthoughtsofacraftymom.com,
    calls her recipe 
    “The Best Skillet Barbecue and Bacon Baked Beans Recipe Ever!“ This dish is
    great for camping because you can make it in a cast iron skillet or Dutch




    bbq apple crispBarbecued Apple

    While it may be hard to save room for dessert after all of that delicious
    barbecue, this recipe just
    might change your mind. It’s a sweet take on foil packet cooking courtesy of
    Jacqueline at the blog Cookingwithjax.com .