Looking for every ones favorite go to thing to bring

Looking for every one’s favorite go to thing to bring camping …We will be gone…

Looking for every one’s favorite go to thing to bring camping …We will be gone about 3 days..we will have a fridge and stove in our cabin..but looking to relax… so easy stuff would be great! I cook at work so ya!



thank for the original creator Denise Belcourt

48 thoughts on “Looking for every one’s favorite go to thing to bring camping …We will be gone…”

  1. I would go to the marina or wharf for food and just keep snacks or finger foods in the cabin if you want to relax.

  2. Sandwiches & cold salads, fruit & veggies with dips, chips, smores stuff. All easy, all serve yourself!!

  3. I pre make fajita stuff, and put it in a big baggie to heat up. I also grab small ham steaks and egg beaters for breakfast. Taco meat and baggies for walking tacos.

  4. Cinnamon Rolls, Muffins, bread, bagels toasted with cream cheese and smoked salmon or smoked sausage or jelly. Sliced up fruit like watermelons, cantaloupe. Potato salad, vegetable salad, chicken salad made at home and put in the refrigerator. I also smoke or buy a brisket so it just needs to be warmed. Potatoes washed and wrapped in foil to put on grill with meat I decide to take. I have a freezer in my rv and put meats in there and start thawing the day before I need them. I also put frozen foods in there and ice cream. I also take a tub of junk food, like chips, cookies, jerky, candy, popcorn.

  5. Sante fe chicken/pork. Dust meat with taco/fajita seasoning. Put in greased pan. Top with 1 can corn that has been drained, 1 can black beans rinsed thoroughly, 1 can rotel or 1C salsa, 1 C shredded cheese. Cover and bake 350 x 45 min. Uncover and bake 15 min more.

  6. I like to pick up a bucket of chicken on the way so it’s ready to eat once we get there . Use leftovers for next day lunch . Bring hotdogs and s’more stuff to roast over fire that same night later on .
    Bacon eggs toast butter ketchup for morning breakfasts coffee, tea , juice ect . Kaiser rolls, lettuce tomatoe and cold cuts and premade macaroni salad for lunches . Burgers and leftover macaroni for next night dinner and either eat out on the way home the 3rd night or if you stay bbq Italian sausages on a bun with onions pickles and mustard and left over salads . All easy clean up too bring paper plates .
    Bring lots of snacks to munch on inbetween , fruit , cheese and crackers , chips , yougurt granola bars .

  7. I take a tripod so I can put a skillet or pot on it. I make breakfast foods like bacon and scrambled eggs then put a pot of Chilli or roast on to cook all day. We make burgers and hot dogs .. Sandwiches and chips for quick lunches ..Something that cooks all day will let you relax more ..

  8. I made salad and put it in the cooler,I dehydrated corn and boiled it and cooked the meat at the camp site over the fire

  9. Maid Rites

    1# 80/20 ground beef
    1 onion chopped
    1/2 beef bullion cube
    1/2 C water
    Peppe to taste
    1 1/2T soy sauce
    1 1/2T steak sauce

    Cook beef and onion, crumble and drain. Add rest of ingredients. Simmer 30 min stirring occasionally. Serve on buns with pickles and ketchup/mustard.

  10. * Premake breakfast burritos, wrap in tinfoil and freeze – helps in the cooler for “ice packs”
    * premake lasagna
    Both warm up nicely on a fire or stove.
    * premake taco Casserole

  11. Layer in greased pan: meat that has been dredged in flour seasoned with salt and pepper. Top with sliced onions, sprinkle with flour, top with sliced potatoes, sprinkle with flour, can top with peas/carrots/green beans, sprinkle with flour. Mix 1 can cream of something soup with 1/2 can chicken or beef broth. Pour over meat/potatoes mix. Bake 350 x 1 hr. Meats you can use: cube steak, pork cutlets or chops, smoked pork chops or ham steaks, chicken pieces-bone in or boneless. May need to double soup/broth depending on thickness of meat or how many servings. Freeze in foil pans with lids. Thaw in refrigerator before baking.

  12. Adriene Bradshaw

    Bring a crockpot with you if you have one!! Lots of easy prep and forget crock pot recipes

  13. Dawn McLear Bryan

    Sliced potatoes and cabbage on to foil and then cut up bacon. S/p. Put over fire and keep flipping till veggies are tender

  14. Marinade: 1/2 C each: soysauce, olive oil, honey/molasses/brown sugar, 1/4 C lime juice/ACV/rice vinegar, 1T each: chopped gsrlic, cilantro, 1t ginger. Bring to boil and cool. Marinade chicken/pork/lamb 1-4 hrs. Broil, grill or sear meat.

  15. Kristi DeLoach Leggett

    Breakfast burritos, shredded chicken soft tacos made in crock pot, shrimp boiled in beer with salad and potatoes, leftover shrimp and taco toppings made into lettuce wraps, cheese grits (instant but souped up to make yummier), fresh veggies dipped in dry Ranch packet mixed with 16oz sour cream, fresh fruit tray from the store

  16. Oven scrambled eggs: grease a half sheet pan and add 1/2 stick butter. Place in oven. Preheat oven to 300 (butter will melt). in lg bowl crack 20 eggs, 1C milk/half & half, 1C cooked crumbled and drained sausage/bacon/ham, 1C shredded cheese. You could also add 1 C defrosted shredded or cubed hashbrowns. When oven preheated carefully remove pan and add egg mixture to pan. Put back in oven. Every 7-10 min stir with oven proof spatula scrapping the sides and bottom of pan. Remove from oven when eggs are just set. Eggs will continue to cook when cooling. After 10 min cut in squares for breakfast sandwiches on muffins, toast or buns. Can be cut in strips and rolled in tortillas for breakfast burritoes. You could substitute chorizo for sausage and add 1 C pinto or black beans that have been rinsed thoroughly.

  17. Premade frozen meatballs in crockpot
    1. Spaghetti sauce and serve on hotdog buns
    2. Teriyaki sauce over rice noodles or ramen
    3. Sweet & sour over rice
    4. Bbq with potato salad, coleslaw
    5. Brown gravy over mashed potatoes
    6. Buffalo sauce with mac & cheese

  18. Hobo foil packets… customized. Ground beef patty or chicken breast, potatoes, peppers, onions, mushrooms, green beans, tomatoes, etc. Add a little Worcestershire sauce. Fold up and throw on grill or in oven. You can also do Italian sausage, onions, peppers etc the same way. Slap in a roll and go. We usually do both and reserve the sausage packets for day two. Cook once, eat twice. A nice packet of potatoes works well for leftovers, even as breakfast potatoes. And a packet of breakfast sausage patties to serve on buns or biscuits with a side of grilled potatoes makes a wonderful breakfast. Plan ahead and fill the grill.

  19. Lots of great ideas! Cooking in a cabin is a great $$ saver, but we try to only use the oven in early morning – hot cabin at night = no good night’s sleep! We go for 2 weeks and I dedicate 1 big cooler for meat. This year we took brisket, pork loin, brats, breakfast sausage, steak – our motto is “grill once, eat for 2-3 days”. The only meat we bought in 2 weeks was chicken wings (on deal @ $2.48 a pound) and hamburger patties! Fresh produce, dairy & bread were scheduled pick-ups when we were going site-seeing anyway. Nobody wants to spend their vacay time in a grocery store! Relax and have a great trip!

  20. Tammie Branstetter

    Cut up veggies and prep anything you can before hand. It makes it so much easier and you can relax more.

  21. Water tp beef jerky or slim Jim’s
    Or do foil packs u can make over fire
    Cut up potatoes carrots onions sauerkraut kielbasa oil salt and pepper

  22. We cook all meals in metal disposable pans. Just throw on fire when ready. Lasagna is amazing that way

  23. Bring a crockpot, also buy a pork loin. It’s do easy to cook in a crockpot. I like to shred it and add sweet baby rays to it. You can eat it with rice or put it on hamberger buns with a dollop of coleslaw. Have fun!

  24. Robyn Stahler Wunderle

    You can lay those preseasoned pork loins wrapped in foil on the hot coals left from a campfire and add BBQ for delicious pulled pork at your next meal. ( I decided to to through one on while we we on a morning hike after breakfast and it was ready when we got back!)

  25. Shannon Swartz Jackson

    Dough boys. Take biscuits and wrap around a stick,or if u have a tri pod use a greased cookie sheet and cut into fours. Grill til nice and brown and then butter them,then….. either sprinkle with cinnamon n sugar or garlic and parm. Our first year doing these and OMG soooo good we do them all the time. Cheap and satisfying comfort food

  26. I like to make breakfast burritos and breakfast sandwiches ahead of time and freeze. Then warm up over the fire or on our portable BBQ.

  27. Bring a crock pot that’ll help some you can make amazing meals while your out doing things

  28. Bonnie McDonald St Aubin

    Cook up hamburger meat and season some for tacos, another batch sloppy Joe’s. Just heat and eat. Get a rotisserie chicken you can use an main dish and left over chicken make up chicken salad. Make up breakfast sandwiches a head freeze. Heat n eat. Chili, chili dogs. Burgers. Always can make tuna salad sandwiches. Lunch meat sandwiches.

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