Bread has been a big hit in my camping trips, and can be used to make all sorts of other good things. Rising is time intensive, but low “hands on” time.
5# bag of flour, 3 packets of yeast, some salt (a good palm sized pile), and a few “glubs” (this is a technical measurement, tilt the bottle high, each bubble of air makes a “glub”) of oil. Add water and mix until it’s “shaggy.” I tend to do the mixing, and the rise, in a small cooler (like a small Playmate). Let at least one rise happen, and punch down in the cooler.
The bread can be baked in a dutch oven. I tend to hang over the fire, and add coals on top of the oven.
It can also be wrapped around sausages (precooked), hotdogs, or kielbasa. Take the dough wrapped meat, and place in a large sheet of oiled tinfoil, and seal with lots of space around the raw dough. Allow to rise for a couple of hours. Park around the campfire, and rotate every 10 minutes or so. When they are hard to the touch, they are done. It’s now a hard, fresh roll, with a hot stick of meat inside.
Chili over the fire (another dutch oven use) work great. Start by sauteing the veggies & browning the meat with the dutch oven on the coals, then add the rest of the ingredients (beans are not optional IMO, but YMMV), and hang over the fire to simmer away.
Dutch ovens can be used to make pies. As can a “cardboard box oven” for a large variety of items from pizza (use the bread above for the crust) to turkeys (yep, whole, large ones, if you’ve the time and inclination).