So, you have a big RV weekend in the works, but there is one thing you just can’t get settled on; food. Sure, you could do the old standards — hot dogs over the fire, chili, cold meat sandwiches — all of those are favorites for a reason! But, wouldn’t you like to spice up your trip with some new, unconventional, and delicious treats that will make the whole family really look forward to that sunset moment when dinner is on the table? Check out some different, dangerous, and delightful options that change the flavor of your entire trip!
- Hobo Bundles – You may have heard of this one, but if not, it is certainly something to give a try. Instead of boring old burgers and chips, get aluminum foil and line the inside with ground beef. Inside, you can fill it with all of your favorite seasonings and fixings like hash browns, cheese, onions, peppers, mushrooms, and more! Wrap it and stick it right in the fire until cooked all the way through. Open the foil and enjoy a full meal in one package!
- Campfire Pizza – Bring everyone’s favorite dish to the campsite with two matching cast-iron pans. Fill one with dough and cover it with cheese, sauce, and everything else you love on your pizza. Cover it with the other pan and stick it right over the fire until the crust is golden brown.
- Rice and Shrimp – Get classy with a lovely italian style dish over the fire. With a pan and a campfire grate, stick in shrimp, boiled rice, parsley, salt, pepper, and anything else you love with your seafood. Just stir regularly and you have yourself the makings of a very civilized and delicious meal!
- Fire Nachos – Nachos are a fantastic meal that is quick and easy to make. With a lit campfire and the right makings, you can deliver to your family a really memorable meal. Just use corn chips, cheese, peppers, olives, onions, cheese, cheese, and more cheese! Cook it over the fire until the cheese is nice and melted and serve.
- Kabobs – Who says you can’t make a great meal over the fire. Sure, you can do hotdogs, but wouldn’t you like to break the norm? How about using your skewers to make kabobs? Beef, pork, chicken, or any other meat you can think of along with excellent veggies like potatoes, peppers, onions, mushrooms, asparagus; add in some bacon and roast over the fire until done.
There are so many ways to refresh the camping cuisine with items from this amazing menu. Try these out and see if they don’t revitalize your camping routine!