4 Delicious Holiday Fire Pit Recipes

The benefits of a custom fire pit are endless! We all love to sit around the fire with loved ones, share stories, and cook snacks, but it doesn’t just end at s’mores. Here are 4 unique holiday fire pit recipes you should try this season ????

Pineapple BBQ baked chicken

Switch up the main course this Christmas with a mouthwatering pineapple barbeque chicken! Bring out some foil and place pineapple and bell pepper chunks in the middle, lay chicken breasts on top, and season with salt and pepper. For the sauce, combine bbq sauce, olive oil, paprika, minced garlic, lemon juice, oregano, cilantro, and jalapeño. Give each pack a generous pour, pinch the ends closed, and cook for 35-40 minutes. 

Blueberry-cinnamon campfire bread

Satisfy your sweet tooth with this snack! Place bread slices on foil (with the sides rolled up) and place on low heat. After whisking eggs, milk, syrup, and vanilla, drizzle with the mixture and top with goodies like nuts and blueberries. Heat until eggs are cooked throughout, grab your coffee, and enjoy!

Campfire hash

Who doesn’t love a classic hash? Cook onion and garlic in a large skillet, add in potatoes, and cook for about 20 minutes. Then stir in your kielbasa, chiles, and corn, and heat to perfection.

Peppadews with smoked mozzarella

This option is one of the more simple holiday fire pit recipes, and is a great appetizer or side for entertaining (although, you may just end up keeping it for yourself)! Stuff these bite-sized red peppers with mozzarella, cook until charred and cheese is melted (about 2-3 minutes), and serve.

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