It’s been a long day of camping and hiking, and you’re getting hungry. Last night you had the typical campfire dinner of hot dogs over the fire, but tonight, you’re looking for a meal that is a little more substantial. After all, you do have a full kitchen in your RV at your disposal, it’s time to put it to use!
Here are a couple of our favorite recipes that will fill your bellies after a long day of camping activities:
Caprese Salad Sticks:
Here’s a healthy take on a classic shish-kabob! Caprese salad sticks are a fun way to get your veggies in, and who doesn’t love food on a stick?! Take some fresh mozzarella, cherry tomatoes and bocconcini bites on a skewer. Get the super simple recipe right here.
Crock Pot Roast:
Before you head out for your day of activities, you can ensure that a warm delicious dinner will be waiting for you when you get back by putting a roast in your crock pot! This recipe is very easy, and it will only take you about 10 minutes of prep time once you have all the ingredients.
Pizza pie over the campfire? Yes please! Campfire-cooked pizzas are fun to make for the kids, and delicious tasting for everyone! And you can easily customize the “za” with your choice of toppings, cheeses and crust. Here is a simple recipe that you can use to get you started.
Mac & Cheese:
Sometimes you need some of the ooey-gooey deliciousness that is mac and cheese. And with this mac and cheese, you can do the prep work inside your RV’s kitchen, and then cook it over the campfire in foil trays. First, you cook and drain the noodles. Then, stir in alfredo sauce and milk. Place it in small foil trays and add your favorite cheese on top to melt, and viola! You’ve got a delicious cheesey campfire treat. Get the full recipe here.
Leave the campfire s’mores outside this time. This take on the classic s’more treat will make you line up for s’more helpings. The s’mores cheesecake is a delicious twist on the classic s’more, and it’s pretty easy to whip up! Start with a graham cracker crust and add in your cheesecake filling, and bake! Top it off with hot fudge and mini marshmallows, and you’ll be good to go. Get the details for this tasty treat here.
There you have it! Some of our very favorite recipes for RV dinner. Whether you’re breaking out the crock pot or some kabobs, you will surely have a great time camping no matter what you eat- it’s the Good Life way!