Easy Chicken Recipes



Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Dessert

There's nothing like a hot, healthy meal of good, wholesome food like chicken or chili after an exhausting day of scouting! Kids and leaders can get some great food recipes here for breakfast, lunch, or dinner as well as desserts and trail snacks. There's also a selection of dutch oven recipes. Start the day right with a high-energy breakfast, take a break at mid-day with a nourishing lunch, and don't forget to make time for a fun dessert around the campfire after dinner. Cooking is a big part of scouting and scouts learn a lot about becoming self-sufficient, clean, patient, and forgiving when it comes to meals cooked in less-than-ideal conditions.

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Comments:
 Jun 29, 2012 - Tammy Eifert
This site is awesome.  I have been facilitating Cub Scout Day Camp for 10 years and needed some fresh ideas.  Thanks so much!
Aug 12, 2012 - Deborah Wiggins
Great receipes, thanks for sharing. I am teaching a LNT Master Educator Course this weekend and will be using some of your ideas.
Aug 13, 2012 - Scouter Paul
Deborah - I hope your LNT ME training went (goes) well.  What recipes did you use and did they turn out?
Jul 07, 2014 - Shelia Dill
I recently was at cub day camp and they had a cooking station.  The first day the boys were given a spoonful of mashed potatoes and they had about 30 seasonings they could use from 3 to all of them.  For some kind of control boy scouts added the seasonings they chose.  They had to mix it thoroughly try it and then it was discussed what they added and if they like it or not.  Excellent opportunity for them to experiment.  The second day they were given a parboiled chicken leg in a sandwich bag and again they chose their seasonings and then it was put on a grill and browned for them.  I have taught cooking for about 50 years and never thought about that.  What a great way to teach them not to be afraid to experiment

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