Camping Breakfast Food

Jul 4 2017

Some call it the most important meal of the day, and when you’re camping, it really can be. A good, hearty breakfast can fuel you through all of your camping adventures until it’s time to get around the campfire again for dinner. So fire up the skillet, because we’re giving you our favorite recipes that will help you rise and shine at your home away from home.

 

Breakfast Sammie

Our mouths are watering now just thinking about it! Who can resist a warm, delicious breakfast sandwich fresh out of the pie iron? You can make different variations of this simple recipe with your preferences— we like adding diced red peppers or onion for a little more flavor! To access the full recipe click here.

Potato Breakfast Bowl

Have you ever had soup served in a bread bowl? Well, there’s just something about eating out of edible bowls that is fun(and delicious). That’s why we love these potato breakfast bowls, also known as “Idaho Sunrise.” For this dish, you replace a dish with a potato! First, you bake a potato and carefully hollow it out, then you pack it full of eggs, bacon and cheese. If you’re digging this recipe, you can read the all the details here.

 

Apple Pie French Toast Rolls

To mix it up a little bit, of course, we have to share one of our favorite breakfast recipes that will satisfy the sweet tooth. These Apple Pie French Toast Rolls are delicious, and with a couple ingredients, are pretty easy to make! Start with some sandwich bread, add some apple pie filling and spices, and you’ll be on your way to a delicious breakfast treat. Get cookin’ with this recipe now.

 

Sunrise Breakfast Cups

Another creative and delicious recipe is this easy breakfast that requires only one muffin pan. All you have to do is place a small piece of wholegrain bread in each muffin tin, crack an egg into each one, and add some bacon or cheese on top! The result? Super tasty, easy to make breakfast bites. Read the full recipe here.

Oatmeal Bar

Do you need to please picky campers? If so, there’s no going wrong with a build-your-own oatmeal bar. It’s fast and easy, too! You just need to bring water to a boil and cook some regular or quick-cooking oats. From there, all of the toppings and mix-ins are up to you! If you need some ideas on goodies to add to your mix, check out this recipe.

With these five recipes, you’ll be excited for sunrise to arrive at the campground so you can get cooking. One of these recipes is sure to hit the spot, but if you’re looking for even more recipes, you can check out this post for more great ideas.

As always, make sure you’ve got some basic cooking tools on board your RV. Things like mixing bowls, measuring cups and non-stick spray are never a bad thing to have around. Keep livin’ the Good Life after you have a good breakfast!