Tips for Cooking in Your RV During Vacation

RV’s come with a kitchen for a reason – it makes preparing meals during a vacation much easier and provides an alternative to eating out the whole time. Whether you are a first time camping enthusiast or an experienced traveler, the following tips may help make your time in the kitchen even easier.

Stock Up On Easy Meals to Prepare

Before hitting the road, make sure you have easy to cook dishes such as macaroni and cheese, canned soup, frozen foods, and so on. Focus on meals that require minimal preparation and can be made quickly in your RV kitchen.

Invest in a Slow Cooker

A slow cooker is an invaluable asset for cooking in a small space like an RV kitchen. It makes it possible for you to create delicious hot meals without having to spend hours slaving away over the stove or oven. Plus, you can add all of the ingredients in the morning and set it up so dinner is ready when you return in the evening!

Bring Along Quick Snacks

When hunger strikes while you’re on the go, it’s nice to have quick snacks at the ready. Pack up some granola bars, crackers, dried fruit or nuts for a nutritious snack that won’t take too much time to prepare.

Splurge On a Few Treats

While you don’t want to overdo it with indulgent foods while cooking in an RV kitchen, it’s okay to treat yourself and your family to something special once in a while. Consider ingredients such as steak or shrimp for a gourmet treatment!  Doing so will also help keep everyone from getting bored of eating the same meals every night.

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