Sausage Scramble Campfire Breakfast

I went camping over the last few days and one of my favorite parts of camping is the campfire cooking!  Something about an outdoor campfire adds such a unique and tasty flavor to any meal.  Here is an easy gluten-free breakfast camping recipe that’s packed with protein power (to get you through those amazing hikes and nature adventures).

Ingredients:
2 tbsp olive oil
1 package of pre-cooked mini sausage links (I used the Beeler’s brand from PCC, my local natural food co-op.  Look for low sodium, minimally processed, all natural meat products)
1 can of organic black beans
5 eggs
1 handful of spinach
salsa or Tapatio hot sauce

Directions:

  1. Make a campfire (make sure you have paper, twigs, wood, and a lighter).  Here’s a link on How to Build a Campfire.
  2. Once the fire is hot and steady, place a pan on the grill and add olive oil.
  3. Add pre-cooked sausage. Stir and heat for 3 minutes.
  4. Crack 5 eggs in pan, stir around to make it scrambled. Let eggs cook for 2 minutes.
  5. Add black beans (drain water from can). Stir constantly (don’t break the beans).
  6. Once eggs are cooked, add a handful of spinach. Heat for another minute then serve with salsa or Tapatio sauce!

So easy and such a great way to start your morning in nature!  😀

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