Breakfast For Dinner Recipes That Will Fuel Your Adventures
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Breakfast For Dinner Recipes That Will Fuel Your Adventures

When you were a kid, there was never something quite as exciting as hearing you were having breakfast for dinner. You felt like you were getting away with something - since when were you allowed to cover your dinner with syrup and whipped cream?


Reignite that excitement with breakfast for dinner at camp. Not only is a hearty breakfast after 5pm a great mood booster, it can fuel your adventures for the rest of the day. Try these energy-packed B4D recipes and seize the day, breakfast style.



Breakfast for dinner can be as simple or complicated as you want to make it. These tools of the trade will help you achieve premium B4D status.

  • Gourmet Frypan - 10 inches of quick heating surface and heavy gauge stainlesss steel will fry whatever you crack in it
  • Gourmet Griddle - the ultimate cooking griddle fits over two burners and has an advanced heavy-gauge aluminum core for evenly heated pancakes every time
  • 20 Steel Skillet - Cooking for a group of guides the size of a football team? Grab this skillet and leave no one hungry.
  • Gourmet Kitchen Set 11 - whisk eggs, flip pancakes, ladle batter, and squeeze syrup with this kitchen set. Everything you need for a hearty B4D
  • Bugaboo Waffle Iron - you read that right, a camp waffle iron built for camp stoves and campfires alike. You'll never waffle on whether or not to bring this trusty iron along for the ride
  • Glacier Stainless Toaster - crave some toast with your breakfast? Toast away with this stainless steel stovetop toaster



Packed with protein and potassium, banana pancakes are the perfect pre-adventure meal without weighing you down. No longer just a Jack Johnson song, although we do recommend a little jam session while the cakes cook.



2 bananas

4 eggs

1 tsp cinnamon

2 tbsp protein powder


Mash the bananas until creamy, then add eggs and protein powder and whisk. Grease a pan or griddle on low heat. Pour desired amount of batter in the pan and cook until brown on both sizes. Drizzle syrup over pancakes or add fruit if desired. For more protein, top with peanut butter or nuts. Serves 2.



Yes, you can have waffles while camping. Pack your Bugaboo Waffle Iron and cook your fluffy syrup receptacles over the stove or campfire. Or kick it up a notch and make these protein packed sandwiches (sandwaffles?).



Your Favorite Waffle Mix



Peanut Butter


Syrup in a Condiment Bottle


Prepare waffle batter according to package directions. Spoon into the Bugaboo Waffle Iron and press down to cook, flipping halfway through. While your waffles rise, place three strips of bacon in a hot pan and sizzle. Remove waffles from iron and slather peanut butter on one side of each waffle. Place cooked bacon in between each waffle slice for a waffle sandwich. Drizzle with syrup and enjoy with a fork or dig right in with your hands, we don't judge.



Pretend you're traipsing down the Champs-Elysees instead of chomping down your dinner with a little campsite French toast.



8 Slices of Thick Bread

4 eggs

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 cup milk

Syrup in a Condiment Bottle

Fruit (optional)

Whipped Cream (optional)


Whisk together eggs, cinnamon, vanilla, and milk until well mixed. Using a fork to help, briefly dip both sides of each bread slice in the mixture so the bread is wet but not soggy. Fry on a hot pan or griddle until toast is golden brown and egg is cooked through. Transfer to plate and drizzle with syrup, top with fruit, or spray that whipped cream. Serves 4. Bon appetit!


Dinner doesn't have to be boring, and it doesn't have to weigh you down before dawn patrol. Fill up with breakfast for dinner the night before a trip and enjoy your energy all day long.