I know, you're like I thought this was campfire pizza, not dirty smelly bike shoes. What I really wanted to show, is that first you build the fire up and then let it die down to just coals.
Prepack your tinfoil
Find a handy cannister for olive oil.
Drinking while making campfire pizza helps it taste better.
Is campfire food only good when you’ve been outside working up a sweat all day? A difficult question to answer, since I never really campfire cook when I haven’t been out playing all day. I’ll have to let you be the judge of that.
I learned about this tasty recipe on my bike trip from a fellow biker. Extremely good after you’ve biked 50 miles!!
Ingredients and Supplies:
Spaghetti sauce (comes in plastic bag containers)
Velveeta Cheese block or slices
Olive oil (packed in plastic bag or small container)
Parmesan cheese and pizza seasonings (in plastic bag)
Amounts- depend on how many people you plan to feed. At least one whole English muffin per person.
Drizzle some olive oil lightly over tinfoil piece
Place English Muffins on tinfoil
Drizzle olive oil on muffins
Spread spaghetti sauce on muffins
Here is the tricky part---- read very carefully--drop bacon bits on next. Why? Because the bacon is the best part and you want to be sure that it actually stays on your pizza.
Add cheese, pepperoni, parm and any other ingredients
Place another muffin, with all the same ingredients on top of the muffin, so it makes a pizza sandwich.
Fold tinfoil securely around pizzas
Cook in campfire coals long enough to melt the cheese (about 10 minutes)
Eat as pizza sandwiches or open faced pizzas