• Campfire Pig Greens

    Campfire Pig Greens is a melt in your mouth 3 ingredient recipe that costs less than $1 per serving!
    Once you try it, it'll become a campfire favorite for your family as well!
    You'll Need:

    1 Large Head of cabbage
    1/2 Pound of bacon
    4 Pats of Butter
    Dash of S&P
    4 Large Pieces of Tin Foil

    Wash & Quarter the cabbage. Wrap each quarter in several slices of bacon. Add a pat of butter, sprinkle lightly with a dash of salt and pepper. Seal the Foil TIGHTLY. Repeat for all for quarters.



    This
    recipe has AMAZING flavor and is absolutely delicious on as a meal on it's own. To be honest, I am notoriously impatient - so I actually cut each quarter into 2 pieces so it will cook faster!

    Place over indirect heat (campfire!) for an hour and a half. You can turn these every 25 minutes if you like, but make absolutely sure that they are sealed Very Tightly if you intend to turn them or they will leak and you'll have an unintended bonfire!

    These can also be baked in the oven on a cookie sheet at 375F for 1 hr 45 minutes.



    GroceryBudget101 Breakdown:

    Cabbage $1.29
    1/2 pound Bacon $1.75
    Butter ............... .25

    Total Cost
    of Recipe $3.29 - or .82 per serving (4 people)
    Serves 4-6
    Comments 5 Comments
    1. kkiriazis's Avatar
      kkiriazis -
      I can't wait to try this!
    1. tspinks's Avatar
      tspinks -
      I have never had a better reason to buy cabbage and bacon.....not that I ever needed a reason before now.
    1. HaleighBaleigh's Avatar
      HaleighBaleigh -
      That looks amazing! So excited to try!
    1. rott440's Avatar
      rott440 -
      we're going camping this week....guess what we're havin?!
    1. Patty Soil's Avatar
      Patty Soil -
      I tried this tonight and it was delicious...I baked it instead of campfire..My hubby enjoyed it too!!!
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