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Video: Cooking Bacon and Eggs In… A Paper Bag!

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My jaw hit the floor when I first saw this astonishing survival video! Who doesn’t love bacon and eggs? If you want to cook your favorite breakfast combo over hot coals, why don’t you try this paper bag method? This video by IntenseAngler will show you how to do it. It’s definitely a perfect way to make breakfast if you don’t have any frying pans on hand. An apocalypse with bacon and eggs seems somehow bearable, don’t you think? 🙂



The key to cooking the bacon and eggs in a paper bag is to saturate the inside of the bag with bacon grease. Another tip is to keep the bottom of the bag about 3-4 inches away from the hot coals.

You can modify this recipe by adding hash browns! After greasing the inside of the bag, place a few strips of bacon on the bottom. Toss in the hash browns. Break one egg on the top of it. Close the bag by folding the top at least three times but leave 3-4 inches of air space above the food. Insert a pointy stick through the folds of the bag and then prop the stick with rocks or hold the bag above hot coals for 8-10 minutes. Remove from the heat and then carefully pull out the stick. Open the bag, sprinkle some chopped parsley on top and drizzle with a little bit of ketchup or sriracha sauce and they’re now ready to eat!

Another method of cooking on a campfire is through the use of heavy duty foil. It couldn’t be any easier than that! The thing about this technique is that you have to place it on hot coals and not on the flames. The ideal way is to place them on a bed of coals that are about two inches thick. There are a few folding techniques that you have to learn so that you can achieve different cooking styles. The “tent pack” is great for steaming while the “flat pack” is great for browning.

Here’s another recipe: Hotdog foil packs!!! Slice some white onions and bell peppers. Place the hotdogs on the foil, and put the sliced vegetables on top. Drizzle olive oil over it and a little bit of butter. Season with salt and pepper (you can add a tiny bit of cayenne pepper if you want it to be a bit spicy) Close the foil in a flat pack and place it on hot coals and grill for 15 minutes or until cooked.

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  • By deb, December 17, 2013 @ 1:11 am

    could u put a layer of bacon over top of the eggs? i think also if u cut only enough bacon that u need then u wouldnt be wasting any or having to worry about keeping it cold, and i love the idea because it keeps the weight down on your pack while hiking or camping because of no pans. id make all my cooking packs before leaving the house then each meal would be ready to cook. i would also like to know if you caught fish how long would it take to cook them in aluminum foil. thanks for the video, very informative, keep up the great work

  • By Frank A Wheeler, January 11, 2014 @ 6:14 pm

    In my youth, about 65 years ago, I often made coffee in a paper bag as a pot was too bulky to pack. I would pack a bag with premixed biscuit ingredients(not Bisquick)in an empty bread was wrapper. Put the proper measure of coffee for container in the bottom of the paper back and then the biscuit bag on top of the coffee and roll it up.
    When un packing for meal, I could cook the biscuits over the fire fire as it burned down Having mixed them in the bread bag.
    Once the coals were no longer flaming, I would add water to the coffee bag and set it on the coals after it showed wet on out side. Then add more water for the correct water to coffee ratio which depended on number of people.
    I might have to rake more coals to the bag, but never pick it up as it would put out the coals as the seam came loose.
    You dip out the coffee as you need it. The bag sometimes caught fire above the liquid line, but never burn further.
    A quick jerk with a stick got the grounds and leftover liquid of the coals. Then the wax bread bag could be used a kindling to get a fire for the night started. No mess left behind and less repacking and cleaning.
    If no utensil was brought to cook biscuits one of the Boy Scout methods was used. One variation of my own was to clean a squirrel and cut off the limbs for cooking separate. Then place the cleaned, non-poisonous branch through the rib cage and pack it with the dough. Cook it on the stick with less attention than it normally takes for that process.
    I have also done this with Snake and Ell and didn’t have to worry about legs.
    Aluminum foil came along and replaced the need for this to some degree.

  • By Nancy, April 10, 2014 @ 4:40 am

    One of the most amazing things I have done on the fire is muffins, and in particular corn muffins baked in a halved, scooped out orange, then wrapped in foil, and put right on the coals. Best corn bread/muffins ever! Moist, with a slight hint of orange. I think most people already know about this…but it sure impressed me!

  • By Shane, April 10, 2014 @ 1:48 pm

    To go along with your bacon and eggs. If you take along a metal coat hanger with you and some bread for toast. Grab your coat hanger by the hook in one hand and the middle of the hanger in the other and pull apart to stretch. The opposite end of the hook, take and fold that back about 4 inches and mash it down. Slide a piece of bread in there and hold over the coals of your fire and it will toast it. Simply turn it over and toast the other side.

  • By kim, May 7, 2014 @ 12:47 pm

    Is it me what are the chances if you didn’t have a skillet to cook in you most probably wouldn’t have bacon or eggs?

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