7). LATE ARRIVAL CAMP SUPPERS

QUICK CAMP SUPPERS

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How many times have you put in a long day on the road and arrive at the campsite almost too tired to even do a minimal set up?  If you are like us, the answer is probably ‘plenty‘. We usually drag ourselves to the nearest fast food joint for supper, and often pay the price for that decision all night instead of getting the good night’s sleep that we’d been looking forward to.

Let me offer up a few, ‘late arrival camp supper’ ideas that take very minimal prep, and even less clean up.

 
To get started with ideas for ‘late and quick suppers’ at camp, we’ll look at 7 different meal options:

1). Camping Burritos, Chips, Fruit & Drink

2). Skillet Meat & Veggies, Fruit & Drink (I like any meat freeze-dried or flash frozen by your butcher, with my favorite frozen veggie combo stir-fried with water and oil.  Add spices to taste)

3). Ham Steak in Skillet (with a little oil), Pre-made Potato Salad, Fruit & Drink

4). Teriyaki Chicken Stir-Fry, Canned Pineapple & Drink

5). Hamburgers (Use ready-made patties), Chips & Drinks

6). Canned Chili & Store-bought Cornbread, Celery & Carrot Sticks, Fruit & Drink

7). Chicken, Egg or Tuna Salad Sandwiches, Fruit, Chips

 

Fruit Options are endless!  Use fresh, canned, frozen, or visit the localfruit-3162068_1280.jpg Farmer’s Market!

Drinks are usually simple.  We always have our water bottles, and rarely choose anything else since we’re hittin’ the sack pretty quickly.

 
There you go.  Quicker than going out to eat, and better for you as well!  Sleep tight… 

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