Campfire Cooking

Campfire Cooking: Tiny Cabin Pancakes


What’s better than cooking up a tasty breakfast in your tiny cabin? When the temperatures dip, it’s the best time to stay in your cabin, and make a delicious meal right on your two burner stove, without ever having to even open the door to a chilly morning.

Our favorite breakfast? Pancakes. There’s something about flipping flapjacks on the stove that recalls memories of childhood, the sweet smell of maple syrup, and those perfect, quiet mornings.

Make your own short stack (or go big!) with these recipes:

Easy-to-Make Banana Pancakes

Did you know you can make banana pancakes with as little as eggs and banana? We liked to add a touch of flour of your choice (try with almond flower – 5 tablespoons or so), a couple of eggs, oil for cooking, a touch of vanilla extract or maple syrup, and ripe bananas. For an extra burst of flavor, add fruits to top.

Get Decadent with Buttermilk Pancakes

The key ingredient in buttermilk pancakes is – you guessed it – buttermilk. With 2-2.5 cups of buttermilk, you just need to add a couple of eggs, a large helping of butter, a teaspoon of baking powder and baking soda, a couple of cups of the flour of your choosing, a tough of vanilla extract, and 3-5 tablespoons of salt to make these oh-so-tasty treats. Add them all together, pour on the pan, and serve with whatever toppings you’d like.

Go Old School With a Mix

If whipping up a new recipe isn’t your thing, don’t forget you can always just by the mix right at the grocery store nearest you. Simply add water – and we like to add blueberries, too – and enjoy. Add syrup or butter as needed.

Ready to cook in your tiny cabin? Book your escape now.