Tasty Pie Iron Breakfast Recipes

Pie iron, camp cooker, or sandwich maker. Pudgie, toastie, or jaffle. Whatever you call it, these handy devices make delicious meals over a camp fire in minutes. Just pack it with your favorite sweet or savory fillings and toast to perfection.
Because these cooking tools are made of cast iron, they are very durable and easy to use. In fact, with a little maintenance and regular seasoning, cast iron will last for decades. They also have extra-long handles with wooden grips so you can stay a safe distance from the fire while cooking.
Pie irons in various shapes and sizes

Pie irons are available in multiple styles: Round, Square, Double Square, and more.

RVers know there’s no better way to start (or end) your day than with a piping hot meal, fresh off the campfire. And a pudgie pie is the perfect way to take the chill out of those foggy autumn mornings.
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More Pie Iron Recipes for Lunch & Dinner

You’ve probably made your fair share of meals over a campfire, but some recipes are destined to become instant crowd-pleasers – and we’re here to help you find them! Our favorite tool for campfire cooking is the pie iron. Just like your best friend, these versatile cast iron pieces are dependable and always ready for a good time.
We’ve been searching for mouth-watering meals to add to our camp menu and rounded up these amazing lunch and dinner options (check out our breakfast ideas). So grab a snack, because these will make you hungry, and start reading. We guarantee these recipes will have everyone coming back for seconds.

Pie Iron Lunch & Dinner Recipes

Tater Tot, Prosciutto and Blue Cheese

It’s amazing how only three ingredients come together for something that’s so satisfying. This simple recipe (crispy, salty, and tangy!) from Pudgie Revolution will become a favorite on your menu.

  • Frozen tater tots, thawed
  • Prosciutto, sliced
  • Blue cheese crumbles

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Pie Iron Dessert Recipes – Easy and Delicious!

Mountain pie, pudgie, toastie – a pie iron dessert by any other name is still just as sweet. While some might argue about the proper name for these essential campfire cooking devices, we prefer to focus on the foods they can make. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. A pie iron can easily do it all, which is why we recommend them for every RVer.

pie iron desserts cooking over a campfire
Photo credit: @RomePieIrons

We’ve already highlighted some of our favorite breakfast and lunch/dinner recipes. This is the grand finale you’ve been waiting for – desserts!
Before you start cooking any of our pie iron recipes, make sure you’ve got some cooking spray or butter to make removing your goodies easy. Well-seasoned cast iron will also help make cleanup a breeze.
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7 Star Spangled Recipes for this 4th of July

It’s almost Independence Day, and we’ve rounded up our favorite 7 star spangled recipes to make your holiday sweeter! These treats include red, white and blue touches for Instagram-worthy pictures. Try making a few of these for your 4th of July get togethers!
PS. We’ve included campsite cooking tips in case you are spending the holiday outdoors!

1. 4th of July Muffins

If you want to start your day with a red, white, and blue breakfast, these tasty muffins are the way to go. Dried cranberries and blueberries give a pop of flavor and color.
Camping Tip: Muffins make an easy campsite breakfast! Just bake at home and store in an airtight container. Muffins can be stored for 1-2 days at room temp or for longer if kept in a fridge or cooler.

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