• Two potatoes
• Two oranges
• Fruit preserves, such as pineapple or orange, warmed
• One green bell pepper (seeded)
• One (7-ounce) package. Brown-and-serve sausage links
• One (8-ounce) can pineapple chunks, drained
Unpeel the oranges and cut into six wedges.
Also, cut the bell peppers and potatoes into
1-inch chunks. On a stick, alternately place
an orange wedge, pineapple chunk, pepper,
potato, and a sausage link.
Cook over the fire for 10-12 minutes until
the vegetables are tender, and the sausage
is hot. Ensure that you brush the food with
preserves and turn occasionally. Serve with
the remainder of preserves.
BREAKFAST IN A BAG
• One or two eggs
• One cup frozen hash browns (thawed)
• One to two strips bacon
At the bottom of a brown paper bag (lunchsize),
lay bacon strips. Add eggs and hash
browns. Leaving some space above the food,
fold over the top of the bag. With your stick
pierce through the folded part of the bag.
Ensure that your bag hangs over the fire and
cooks for 8-10 minutes until your eggs are well
cooked, making sure that the bag does not catch
fire. Unfold the bag and eat directly. The image
below shows cooking breakfast in a bag.
BREAKFAST ON A STICK
• One cup of biscuit baking mix
• Warm maple syrup
• Half teaspoon of vanilla extract
• One egg
• A third cup of milk
• One tablespoon of sugar
• One (14-ounce) package of precooked smoked
Stir the sugar, egg, milk, baking mix and vanilla
in a large bowl until they are well blended. Cut
the sausage into equal pieces (depending on your
group). Pierce your stick through the pieces of
sausages you have cut. Immerse the sausage in
batter until it is thoroughly coated. Put your food
over the fire until you notice a golden brown
color and make sure your sausage is well heated.
The image below shows biscuits on a stick.
SAUSAGE TOAST ON A STICK
• One package of brown-and-serve sausage
• One package of refrigerated bread sticks
Pierce your stick into the whole length of the
sausage link, leaving around 1 inch of the pointy
end exposed. Wrap the breadstick around the
sausage link making sure you seal the ends of
the breadstick. You can do this by pinching them
around the stick at the ends of the sausage. Cook
over your fire while making sure you turn your
stick occasionally until the sausage is hot, and the
breadstick is toasty brown.
BACON ON A STICK
Pierce your stick into one end of a strip of bacon
and push the bacon up to around 6 inches. Poke
one end of the stick through the end of the bacon
to wrap bacon around a stick and cook until crisp.
EGG ON A STICK
Make a small hole at every end of an egg
using your sharpened stick. Carefully, pierce
the stick into the hole on the wide end
making sure the stick comes out through the
hole in the narrow end. Just leave 1 inches of
stick peeping through the small end.
Hold the stick to fire with the small end of
the egg exposed to heat until the contents of
the egg leak and solidify on the end. Ensure
you cook until there are no materials leaking
from the egg in either hole. A soft-cooked egg
should take around 6-7 minutes though you
can cook for more time if you want a hardcooked
To check if your egg is ready, tug the top side
of the egg while holding the stick and egg, over a plate. If you find it hard to remove the egg from the rod, it means it has been hardcooked, but if it comes out gently, then it has been soft-cooked.
• Sugar and cinnamon mixture
• A quarter cup of melted butter
• One tube of eight to ten refrigerated biscuits
Shape the biscuits to make one long strip and
wrap the biscuits around your clean stick. Hold
the biscuits over your fire until they turn brown.
Put your biscuits on a plate and rub them with
the melted butter. Sprinkle cinnamon and sugar
mixture on your biscuits.
• Half-cup honey
• Assorted fruit such as apricots, peaches or
pineapple. Make sure these fruits are canned,
fresh or dried.
• One teaspoon of lemon juice
Stir the lemon juice and honey in a small bowl.
Cut your fruit into equal pieces placing them on
the end of your stick. In case you are using dried
fruit like apricots, ensure they are well soaked
in water. Brush the honey mixture on your fruit.
Cook above your fire until it is heated enough.
If you like, you can serve your meal with the