As the weather sadly gets colder I crave thick and hearty stews. There is just something about coming home to a thick and hearty stew or soup that makes me so happy. I can curl up in my warm clothes, turn on the fireplace and enjoy a delicious dinner. This Slow Cooker Crock Pot Camp Stew Recipe is filled with hamburger, chicken, and yummy goodness.
Yes, yummy goodness is a thing! Though not specifically written out on the ingredients you get what I am talking about right…
Crock Pot Camp Stew
You just can’t go wrong with a filling dinner in the winter. I am not ready to think that we are already cold enough to think about snow and ice. UGH! At least with dinner pre-made in the slow cooker, I don’t have to worry about leaving the house or driving in the nasty weather. I am all in for a night on the couch curled up watching tv and cuddling with the cats.
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I love that this easy camp stew recipe is made in the slow cooker! This is perfect for those days when you are dreaming of being camping and outdoors but there is a foot of snow outside. With a retired park ranger husband, we are always looking for our next camping trip. John has been writing a ton of great camping posts on Park Ranger John that I think you will love! If you are planning a National Park Camping trip make sure and check out all the great info he has on Crater Lake Camping, Devils Tower Camping, and Zion National Park Camping tips to name a few!
Crock Pot Camp Stew
- Creamed corn
- Boneless chicken
- Worcestershire sauce
- Lemon juice
Slow Cooker – We use either the Programmable Slow Cooker, 6-Quart for most of our crockpot recipes
Great Crockpot Stews
Slow Cooker Crock Pot Camp Stew Recipe
- Mix all ingredients in crock pot
- Cook on high for 3 hours or low for 6 hours
- Stir occasionally
Recipe originally shared January 4, 2018, updated on March 25, 2020