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BBQ Breakfast Scrambler recipe, easy and delicious one-pan meal made on the barbecue or as a campfire breakfast. Camping recipe, BBQ – just cook outdoors!

BBQ Breakfast Scrambler

BBQ Breakfast Scrambler

 

If you are looking for other great camping breakfast ideas or campfire breakfast casseroles, check out this recipe for Cheesy Ham and Cheese Casserole, which is sure to please.

Or to get A LOT of ideas, I have 21 breakfast bakes and casseroles, a round up of wonderful brunch ideas! If you are looking for something sweet for brunch, try this Strawberry Stuffed French Toast!

While the calendar says otherwise, I’ve decided that it’s officially summer! We’ve had amazing 30 degree weather, and at any given point I am surrounded by the sounds of birds, sprinklers or lawnmowers {possibly a combination of all}. Then there’s the fact that the bulk of our days are now spent outdoors.

Yes, summer is indeed here! Let’s all celebrate with a BBQ!

BBQ Breakfast Scrambler recipe, easy and delicious one-pan meal made on the barbecue or on the campfire. Camping recipe, BBQ - just cook outdoors!

Yet busy chaotic days and increased temperatures {not complaining about either, it’s just a life fact}, means that I get the cooking blahs quite often.

I don’t want to further heat up the house, so the change in season forces me to cook our favourites in different ways. In other words, your BBQ is perfect for more than just burgers and steaks!

This BBQ Breakfast Scrambler recipe is one such meal that I’d normally cook in the oven, it’s a favourite dish for us and I didn’t want to not make it despite not wanting to use the oven.

Another beauty of this BBQ Breakfast Scrambler recipe is that you can make it at home on the barbecue, or on the campfire out camping! We tend to make a lot of brunches when out camping and this recipe hits all food groups and is a one-dish meal {meaning less cleanup}.

In fact, all the ingredients fit right inside the Foil Pan so it can go wherever your outdoor summer adventures take you.

BBQ campfire breakfast scrambler recipe

BBQ Breakfast Scrambler is a no-fail recipe that takes no time to prepare. When cooking, you don’t need to mix or fuss – maybe just the occasional peek to make sure it’s coming along nicely.

While I do call it a ‘breakfast scrambler’ we all know breakfast also makes the best dinner – so don’t hesitate to make this comforting recipe for any and all meal times.

BBQ campfire breakfast scrambler

More often than not I make this recipe with ham, yet you could use bacon or sausage – just swap out the ingredients.

BBQ Breakfast Scrambler

For eggs I like to choose one of the many liquid egg varieties found at our grocer, easily spotted with it’s new and fancy packaging. Actually, my home and trailer is always stocked with Burnbrae Farms – it’s a key main ingredient which we eat daily!

BBQ breakfast scrambler recipe camping

Check out this easy BBQ breakfast recipe below – it’s egg-cellent!

Update: This is one of the most popular recipes here on the blog, whether making at home or for a campfire breakfast. So many LOVE this recipe, so make sure to give it a try!

breakfast casserole on the bbq
BBQ campfire breakfast scrambler

BBQ Breakfast Scrambler

Yield: 5
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 35 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes

BBQ Breakfast Scrambler recipe, easy and delicious one-pan meal made on the barbecue or on the campfire. Camping recipe, BBQ - just cook outdoors!

Ingredients

  • 6 cups hashbrowns, thawed
  • 2 cups ham, diced
  • 6 whole eggs
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 2 cups cheddar cheese, shredded
  • 1 cup green onion, diced
  • salt & pepper, to taste
  • 1/2 cup tomato, diced

Instructions

  1. Spray a foil BBQ-safe pan with cooking spray, add in the thawed hashbrowns and ham.
  2. Add eggs to a large bowl with milk and whisk until combined. Stir in the cheese, green onions and tomatoes and pour over the hashbrowns and ham.
  3. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  4. Cover with foil and cook on the BBQ {on indirect heat} at 375 degrees for 30 minutes.
  5. Uncover the pan and cook for an additional 15-35 minutes, until edges are crispy {when done you'll notice that the hashbrowns are coated with scrambled eggs}.
  6. Enjoy!

Notes

You can also cook on a grate over a campfire, cooking time will vary depending on heat though I'd leave covered with foil for the duration.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 5 Serving Size: 5 Servings
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 616Saturated Fat: 15gCholesterol: 279mgSodium: 1085mgCarbohydrates: 48gFiber: 4gSugar: 1gProtein: 36g

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253 Comments

  1. I love eggs in any shape and form, apart from poached! My favourite, hmm a fried egg over easy with all the white solid and the yolk runny – not easy to get just right either. 🙂

  2. That looks so delicious, we may make eggs for dinner! 🙂

    We love eggs, so omelettes and quiches are a staple at our house.

  3. I love the bacon and avacado omlette served with fresh tortillas, salsa and refritos.

  4. Omelettes with feta and ham are my current favorite – if it is an omelette for dinner then I like to add jalepenos.

  5. I love soft boiled eggs so I can dip my toast soliders, I can be in a bad mood but give me a soft boiled egg and I brighten right up!!

  6. I really like quiches. I try to make the bite sized ones but tend to just eat those too fast, but I think my fav dish is quiche (and I love to eat deviled eggs, but only if someone else makes them) Sometimes I get craving for pickled eggs (And pickled Ukranian sausages lol)

  7. My favourite Egg dish is a Baked Egg Casserole I make that has bacon, peppers, onions, mushrooms and lots of cheese in it!

  8. My favorite is egg muffins with sausage in them. So yummy and a great on the go breakfast!

  9. My favourite egg dish is anything with eggs. But if forced to decide one of my all time favourite thins is scrambled eggs with a generous twist of freshly ground pepper.

  10. I would have to say hard boiled on bred with mayonnaise, topped off with a glass of chocolate milk. Thanks for the giveaway.
    Marilyn

  11. I love when my husband makes eggs benedict but I think my favourite egg dish is simply fried eggs with a little salt, some pepper and chili lime on toast with avocado.

  12. We don’t eat eggs for breakfast every day, just generally on the weekends. I have ate eggs for supper though LOL, just because I get a craving…and lots of times I want a boiled egg in my salad (Weird yeah) I love deviled eggs if I i DON’T have to be the one who made them LOL

  13. My Favorite egg dish is scrambled eggs. That is a great side for everything! I also like fried egg sandwiches.

  14. My favorite egg dish is an omelet, fried egg on toast with svocado is a close 2nd.

  15. I love a Feta and Spinach Frittata. Saving your recipe, looks delicious and easy to make too. Win-win. 🙂

  16. I love scrambled eggs flavored with onion, garlic and basil. Include a few chopped tomatoes. Serve with warm buttered toast and fresh hot tea.

  17. I love scrambled eggs, flavored with onion, garlic and basil. Add a little salt and a few diced tomato pieces. Serve with hot buttered toast and hot tea.

  18. Should say:

    My favourite egg dish is omelettes, you can throw practically anything in them to make a meal!

  19. I love eggs in general – scrambled, easy up (“dipping eggs”) etc. But I especially enjoy an omelette with eggs, avocado, cheese and mushrooms!

  20. I love egg dishes in general. But when forced to choose a favourite it is scrambled eggs.

  21. I am such a “plain done right” gal. Seriously – perfect scrambled eggs with bacon and I am in heaven

  22. Quiche, for sure! I like one with spinach, and onions, and cheese. Thank you for the chance!

  23. Great Scout , my fave; egg omelet. To die for. . Thank you for the awesomeness, the contest, and generosity. 🙂 Pick me.

  24. My favourite is bulls-eyes: butter bread both sides, use a glass to cut the centre out and fry an egg in the centre. yummy!

  25. My favourite egg dish is an egg sunny side up on a 12 grain bagel, yum! Thanks for the recipe & the chance to win!

  26. My favourite egg dish is scrambled eggs! I also have a ‘wife saver’ breakfast/brunch recipe that I really enjoy the eggs in.

  27. we love egg omletts with as many veggies as we can find to put in it, so tasty, thanks for the chance to win

  28. My FAVORITE way to have eggs is my husbands omelets !! I swear he makes the best omelets on the planet 🙂 Thank you for this great giveaway.

  29. I like Christmas morning casserole–layers of bread, eggs + milk, back bacon, cheese, pepper and mustard powder.

  30. My mouth is watering, that breakfast scramble looks delicious! I will definitely need to try. I enjoy eating eggs but my favorite is egg benedict.

  31. An omelette with whatever usable veggies I have in the fridge topped with some cheddar cheese and salsa.

  32. My daughter makes a fabulous Eggs Benny breakfast whenever we are lucky enough to all get together!

  33. I think I love plain old over medium best! But I do like scramblers like this, or in burritos too!

  34. I really enjoy making & eating devilled eggs – you can change them up in so many ways!

  35. I make a similar recipe to the scrambler by pouring the mixture on bagels or english muffins and then bake

  36. I love breakfast anytime of the day… when camping, I always precook my bacon – so much mess and time saved. It would go perfect with this dish.

    1. Yes, I would freeze it for sure {thaw before cooking to make sure it cooks evenly}. Actually, I have cooked it before, then froze once cooled, then just reheated to eat. Saved time that way! 🙂

  37. do you think this could be premade and then frozen? Taking an extended camping trip and this looks so good.

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  40. Is the bake time correct in the recipe? It says bake for 30 minutes, remove foil and then bake another 15-35 minutes? Thanks!

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