Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Reese’s Campfire Treats including our Stone Mountain Camping Adventure and other Fun Camping Food!

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We had so much fun on our last camping trip this past weekend and wanted to share some fun camping creations we came up with including a little about our Stone Mountain, GA camping trip! You can view over 20 fun food Camping ideas for Kids & lots of pictures of our vintage camper from our first camping trip HERE!

Most of you know that have been following us about our new vintage Scotty Travel Trailer that my husband recently restored….

I never thought I would like camping. However, we just went on our second camping trip to Stone Mountain, GA and I am totally into camping now! We have so much fun in this little cute camper and it fits 5 of us perfectly. We are usually surrounded by these huge expensive RV’s. We always have so many people stopping by that fall in love with our camper and they want to run out and buy one. Some people would consider tent camping “real camping”. Others like to bring their house with them in the huge RV’s and think that is camping. Everyone has their own thing, but for me this little camper is the perfect way to camp! It has the comfort & meets every need, but you still feel like you are doing real camping.

We decided to come up with 1 fun food creation to bring on each camping trip that we have. This time around we created these easy & fun Reese’s Campfire Treats! These tasty treats take just minutes to make and turned out so cute! Plus..just about everyone loves a Reese’s….right?!!

Here is a close up….

My 2 year old worked real hard & spent about 10 minutes trying to blow these sweet things out without any luck!:)

My boys really loved these!!

There were so many fun things to do at Stone Mountain Park & Campground!

Also including the famous Laser Light Show on the mountain that they have every night during the summer…

We also made Campfire Pizza Pockets! These are awesome to take on a camping trip and my boys loved them! We rolled out Pillsbury Pizza Crust and cut circles using a large round cookie cutter. You could also just cut into squares. We layered sauce, cheese, & pepperoni. Then put the other pizza rounds on top. Seal with a fork. We used 2 Pillsbury pizza crusts and this made enough for all 5 of us. Heat at 350 for 15 to 20 minutes.

Wrap them up in foil & put in baggies (to keep out water from the cooler)…

Take the pockets wrapped in foil out of the baggies & reheat over a campfire! We will do this one often!!

My 9 year old suggested that we have a Hershey’s vs. Reese’s S’more challenge!

Reese’s won with my 9 year old. Hershey’s won with my husband, 7 & 2 year old!

For myself…Reese’s was the winner!!

We had so much fun making breakfast in our little kitchen. We also have a microwave, but we haven’t used it yet….

I had awesome little cooking helpers….

My favorite part of camping is the morning breakfast!

If you give a squirrel a pancake he will NEVER go away…don’t do it!:)

My husband kept helping this little baby bird out of the water. He was stuck there the entire time we were camping.:(

Our view from our campsite was awesome!!!

Our little camper at night….

We give Stone Mountain Campground a BIG thumbs up & it’s definitely worth checking out if you stop through Georgia!


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  1. Really cute, Jill! Looks like a great time with the family. I LOVE that camper!

  2. Thanks Amy! We did have a great time!

  3. I'm originally from Stone Mountain, Ga…oh how I miss it! I grew up there since age 5 and have been to the park too many times to count. It's a cool place to visit and I'm glad you stopped in during your trip. It's a real gem! Looks like you all had tons of fun too!

    New Mama Diaries

  4. Wow! What great ideas you have:) My kiddos would love these! Thanks so much for sharing, I can't wait to try some of these ideas this weekend around the fire.

  5. glad you like them!

  6. Your food looks so tasty! I've never seen that way of making camper pizzas. We always did wonderbread and used the round campfire toaster thing.
    Mei @ Diary of a Fair Weather Diver

  7. Looks like a bunch of fun! Those reese's campfire snacks just screams EAT ME!

  8. Your reeses campfire treats are so cute! Found you on ISBMTF hop!

  9. Those are super cute! I LOVE your camper! We bought a little pop-up about three years ago and we love to go camping!


  10. All of your snacks look delish! Looks like y'all had fun too! Thanks so much for sharing!

  11. Seriously, seriously fun! Love all of your camping pics Jill!

  12. Did you use Pillsbury Pie Crust or Pizza crust? Your post says both.

  13. Really cute camper! We go camping with the TearJerkers group…it's a group of people who have teardrop campers, or small campers (like us).
    You know, you could cook those pizza pockets in a dutch oven over hot coals.
    Take a look at our camper:

  14. The model of your new trailer is a bit of age, but with the way your husband restored it, you can line it up with the modern campers that we have in the market these days. Since your family have started enjoying camping, I presume that your trailer will soon be more transcendent. To improve everyone's comfort, you need to modify some of its parts and even accessories.

    Liza Pilon @ Prairie City RV Center

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  16. it really good and interesting.

  17. That looks really good!

  18. I love using Mounds and Almond Joys also!

  19. I am so happy when seeing the children having biscuit and chocolate, they look so cute….lovely memory, camping is interesting 🙂

  20. Really lovely!!! what a great time with your family. Thanks meant for sharing this type of satisfying opinion 🙂