Unleash Your Inner Chef: Campfire Stuffed Pumpkin Recipe

campfire stuffed pumpkin

Elevate Your Outdoor Cooking Experience with Our Campfire Stuffed Pumpkin Recipe

When it comes to campfire cooking, few dishes capture the essence of outdoor dining quite like our Campfire Stuffed Pumpkin.

Embrace the Magic of Open Flame Cooking

Indulge in the enchantment of cooking over an open flame. Notably, the crackling of the fire, the intoxicating aroma of wood smoke, and the anticipation of a mouthwatering meal create an experience unlike any other.

A Culinary Adventure Awaits

But why settle for the ordinary when you can embark on a culinary adventure with our Campfire Stuffed Pumpkin? Picture this: a perfectly roasted pumpkin, filled to the brim with a savory blend of ground sausage, onion, garlic, rice, and cheese.

Imagine a perfectly roasted pumpkin, filled with savory goodness, nestled in the coals of your campfire.

The Ultimate Crowd Pleaser

This dish isn’t just food; it’s a celebration of flavor, a symphony of tastes and textures that tantalize the senses. Notably, whether you’re gathered around the fire with family or friends, our Campfire Stuffed Pumpkin is sure to be the star of the show.

In conclusion, It’s a dish that not only satisfies hunger but also brings people together around the warmth of the fire. Whether you’re camping in the wilderness or just enjoying a backyard bonfire, this recipe is sure to impress.

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Campfire baked pumpkin

 Camp Oven Stuffed Pumpkin

The ultimate crowd-pleaser that's guaranteed to steal the show at your next camp cook-up. Imagine a perfectly roasted pumpkin, filled with savory goodness, nestled in the coals of your campfire.
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour 15 minutes
Course Main Course


  • Camp Oven


  • 1 whole Large Pumpkin Make sure it will fit in your camp oven!
  • 500 grams Beef Mince
  • 1 Onion Diced
  • 1 Red Capsicum Diced
  • 1 cup Rice Cooked You can substitute for packet rice already cooked like Uncle Ben's White or Brown Rice
  • 1 can Tomatoes Chopped
  • 1 tbsp Crushed Garlic You can use less or more!
  • 1 tsp Mixed Italian Herbs
  • 2 Eggs Optional - I do not use as I can't eat eggs but this will help bind the ingredients


  • Firstly wash the outside of the pumpkin
  • Cut a circle at the top of the pumpkin. Remove top and set aside. Use a tablespoon and dig out the inside of the pumpkin, leaving about a 3/5cm wall of pumpkin. Discard any seeds and save the flesh for another dish
  • In a large bowl mix all other ingredients
  • Place mixture inside Pumpkin
  • Place top lid of Pumpkin on
  • Place filled Pumpkin inside your camp oven on a skillet
  • Cook hanging over fire and place coals on top of camp oven

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