Recipes for those traveling in a motor home or with travel trailers can be easy, delicious, and fun. Three examples of such recipes are listed below. You can make these recipes no matter what make of travel trailers or RVs you have. You could tow toy haulers, fifth wheels, or travel trailers. Or, you could drive a Class A motor coach. Cooking will be fun and easy when on the road.
Travel trailers three recipes of RV traveling fans:
1. Hobo dinner for travel trailers: The hobo dinner recipe is perfect for travel trailers grills, in the oven, or even over the campfire. Typical ingredients for the hobo meal range from potatoes, carrots, onions, to hamburger patties and red beans. Most people traveling in travel trailers who cook this add pepper, olive oil, and butter to taste. The hobo meal can be tailored to suit you and your traveling companions taste buds.
2. Smores are an all time favorite for RV camping. All you need is chocolate, melted marshmallows, and graham crackers. Roast the marshmallows over the fire, add chocolate, and then sandwich them both between the two graham crackers. Enjoy the mess!
3. Enjoy peach cobbler: You can bake the peach cobbler in the oven of the RV (best method). One large can of peaches with juice poured into a 8×10 pan that has been dotted with Pam or butter. Create the pastry from one stick butter, one cup flour, one cup sugar, one egg, and one teaspoon vanilla. Cover the peaches with the pastry mixture, and bake for approximate 30 minutes at 400 degrees.
Some people will opt to buy a large recreational vehicle or towable RV because it has a nice sized kitchen area with added amenities, making it a real home on wheels. If you cook in the motor home, then you can save funds by not eating out. Some people enjoy this aspect of living life on the road. With your towable kitchen, you could whip up meals, snacks, and more all the while decreasing your spending.
There are also RV travelers who enjoy the camping experience, cooking meals over the campfire or outdoors on the grill. Most motor home camp grounds offer fire pits or grills as complementary amenities to the RV grounds. If you travel a lot in your RV, then you could enjoy both cooking in the recreational vehicle and outside on the fire or grill.
Enjoy these three, easy to make recipes when you travel. You can easily cook them if you are a full timer or a weekender or a summer vacationer. Research more fun recipes and create a family activity out of cooking. Meal time on the road has never been so easy and tasted so good.