Tin Foil Dinner

Tin Foil Dinner

1 lb Ground Beef
5 Large Carrots, peeled and chopped
4 Potatoes, peeled and chopped
Tin Foil
Season Salt
Dehydrated Onions, or fresh onion, chopped
Cooking Spray

These are so easy and you can prepare them this way and take them with you in a cooler to go camping, or through those winter months when you wish you could go camping just make them in the oven!

I made three large tin foil dinners with all of this but depending on how much your family eats you can kind of guess how much to put in each one.

Pull off 6 sheets of tin foil about 18-20 inches. Using two pieces per pouch lay them flat, spray the inside one with cooking spray and fill the middle with ingredients. Sprinkle seasoning throughout.
 Wrap foil around to the top and fold over to seal it. Place on a cookie sheet and bake at 400 degrees for 45 minutes to 1 hour, or until potatoes and carrots are soft and meat is cooked.

You can eat it right out of the foil or pour it into a bowl. The kids like to dip it in ketchup and my husband likes A1, personally I just like it the way it is.. :)

If you're taking them camping make your fire and let it build up a lot of hot coals. Place the pouches directly in the coals and shovel some coals on top. Let it cook until the potatoes and carrots are soft and meat is cooked. Cooking time with vary with how much heat you have and the temperature outside.


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