French Bread Pizza – Easy Campfire Food

With the weather getting a lot colder now in the Swedish winter, we need food that is easy and quick to prepare, and the less hassle to cook, the better.  French bread pizza is perfect for even the pickiest of little people to eat (and I have three, and they loved them!).

Ingredients For Pizza:

One baguette (serves three children)

Tomato puree

Grated cheese

Ham

Tin foil (for cooking on the fire)

These are very versatile, as you can add in anything you fancy really to your french bread pizza.  I have three young children so mine were kept simple to make sure there was less complaining out in the cold!

Method:

Chop the baguette into thirds, then slice each third open in half.

Spread the tomato puree on both sides.

Place your other ingredients on top. (I deviated from the normal pizza assembly of cheese on top of the puree as I was using mine to “glue” the ham in, and the 2 sides of the bread together!).

Place the two sides of the baguette back together and wrap in tin foil.

Place them on your fire for around 5 minutes in a good heat (you don’t want to char the bread so keep checking if unsure).  Then sit back and enjoy the view with your tasty food.

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24 Comments

  1. This sounds so simple! Definitely going to have this for lunch one day next week now!

  2. That sound delicious, and so simple! One for the kids in the school hols.
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  3. Oh we used to do these french pizza breads and they were delicious. I can see why they would be a great choice for campfires as well!
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  4. This sounds like great camp fire food. I’m going to try this on my family
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  5. I didn’t know french pizza was more baguette type of bread, how cool and delicious does this look.
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  6. Wow these sound amazing and so simple. I want to get a fire pit for our garden and now I have another reason to. My daughter loved french bread so I’m wondering why I’ve never thought of trying these before.

    • Go for it!! I have a whole heap of recipes on the blog that would be good for the fire pit if you need more ideas 🙂

  7. That looks delicious and a lovely easy meal to cook when camping. Will have to give this a try
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  8. You’re right when you say that its so simple but looks so filling and so enjoyable to eat! I love the idea of outdoor cooking it makes things so much more interesting for the little ones!

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  9. Oh this sounds really yummy and I am sure we use to make something similar when I was at uni. Although it wasn’t on a real fire – will have to remember this for next time we are camping x
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  10. My son made pitta bread pizza on the campfire last mother’s day and they were delicious. I hadn’t thought of using french bread as well

  11. My son made pitta bread pizza on the campfire last mother’s day and they were delicious. I hadn’t thought of using french bread as well

  12. This is such a cool idea. I would love to have a campfire soon, especially in a nice outdoors spot 🙂

  13. Oh I love the idea of this. I used to make homemade pizza with wraps but I’m definitely going to try this!
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