Just premeasure dry ingredients in a Ziploc bag, and all you need to do is dump when its time to fry.
3 Cups Flour
2 Tablespoons Baking Powder
Dash of salt
3 Tablespoons Fat, either oil, lard, or butter
? Cup Warm Water (depends)
Bannock Bread is one of the most famous and easy camping recipes in the world. Some eat it as dessert, some eat it for breakfast, others share it as a snack. Either way it is a perfect microcosm for simple campfire cooking.
Making Bannock Bread is all about feel. The more you make it, the better you get. Start off by adding all the ingredients, except the water, in a bowl. Mix this with your fingers. You want the dough to feel crumbly, like breadcrumbs. Don't use the palm of your hand, instead just use your fingers; over-mixing produces gluten and that is bad.
Now is the time for the water. Slowly add some water and then mix with your fingers. You're looking for a dough that's soft and malleable. Odds are you will not need more than 2/3 cup of water, so stop there. Keep mixing the dough, with your fingers, until it holds together and seems sticky and bouncy at the same time.
For cooking you can add it to a skillet with a little bit of oil or butter and cook each side until it's nice and crispy. Or, for the kids, you can take some dough and wrap it around your perfect Marshmallow roasting stick and have them cook it over an open fire. Just make sure you work the dough so it sticks and doesn't fall while cooking.