Campfire Ham, Egg & Cheese Bread Bowl





Introduction: Campfire Ham, Egg & Cheese Bread Bowl


1 Lunch Size Bread Roll {Dinner Rolls are to small/I like Ciabatta Rolls, Above}

Sliced Ham {Your Favorite Flavor & Brand}*

1 Egg

Cheese {Your Favorite Flavor & Brand}

1 tsp. Butter {Optional}

Salt/Pepper {To Taste}

Servings: 1

Prep Time: 5 Minutes

Cooking Time: 20-25 Minutes {Cooking times depend on how hot your coals are}.

*Ham Substitutes:

  • Any cold cut you like:
  • Turkey
  • Roast Beef
  • Corned Beef
  • Salami
  • Pepper Loaf
  • Bologna
  • Liverwurst
  • Smoked Kielbasa Slices {I know it is not a cold cut but it is really good}.

Step 1:

Do not cut the bread roll in half but cut it 1/3 of the way from the top and hollow out the bottom portion making sure not to break through the sides or bottom. Also remove a little of the bread from the top as well.

Step 2:

Spread the butter {Optional} in the bottom of the bread bowl, then line it with your ham and then add the egg and then cheese, adding salt/pepper to taste and replace the top portion of the roll.

Step 3:

Place your Campfire Ham, Egg & Cheese Bread Bowl on the center of your foil and make a pouch {How to Make a Foil Pouch and Foil Bag}. Remember to mark on the package what is inside with a permanent maker.

Step 4:

To cook your Campfire Ham, Egg & Cheese Bread Bowl place it on the grill grate above the hot coals and cook for 20-25 minutes turning it 180° about every 8-10 minutes.

Warning: Any food coming out of the fire or off the grill will be hot when you go to remove your food from the fire be sure to use something other than your bare hands to retrieve your meals like pot holders, a tea towel or tongs.

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    Yum! I love a good sandwich when it is hot. Easy comfort food without roasting in the kitchen. Just finished grocery shopping. Not a roll in sight. Darn.On the way to the ball game tomorrow, I need to get some rolls. Thank you for sharing.

    My Pleasure, Enjoy.


    What a GREAT idea !! So easy too. I'm going to guess that this could be done as easily in an indoor oven, huh ? Thanks for sharing.

    Thank you. Yes this can be done indoors in the oven as well.

    These look yumtastic!