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Class C Motorhomes And Cooking While Boondocking

Cooking in Class C motorhomes can be fun and easy when boondocking. You may be used to preparing foods and meals when camping with Class C motorhomes, so read the following tips to be as prepared for boondocking. Turn the challenge into something fun for the whole family.

What are the meals that work well in Class C motorhomes?

Boonkdocking with Class C motorhomes means that one needs to be conservative and resourceful. This is why the best type of Class C motorhomes meals are One Pot Meals. One Pot Meals are both hearty and satisfying for everyone. In order to save on dishwashing, using the grill is another great type of meal for boondocking recipes in Class C motorhomes.

Use foil when cooking in Class C motorhomes and boondocking

Foil is a great cooking tool for Class C motorhomes when boondocking off the beaten path. Foil makes clean up easy, and it can be placed directly on the grill, coals, or campfires. A tasty recipe for grilling is a meat, cheese, and potato wrap. Make sure that you use a light spray oil to keep the food from sticking to the foil. You could prepare the meat at home ahead of time before you leave on the road to help with time and easiness.

Plan and prepare before you leave town in your motorhome

When boondocking, you will find that there are no quick trips to the grocery store. This means it is important for you to plan and prepare ahead of time. Look at sample recipes in RV cookbooks or online. They can give you good ideas for your weekly menus. Some suggestions: fruit, granola, cookies, energy or protein bars, canned goods, and peanuts. These are items that you can store in your recreational vehicle for lengthy periods of time. You want to keep it simple, even if you used prepared foods, so start the prep at home before you leave town.

Take only the necessary cooking materials

Take extra cylinders full of gas for your camping grill. It is better to pack them than to think that you are able to buy them on the road. By using biodegradable paper plates and cups, you will be able to toss them and save on water usage.

Pack pots, pans, etc., but only pack the minimum amount that you will need. Take a can opener, if you are taking canned goods. A big plastic bin is a good way to wash and to store items.

Pack in and pack out, and enjoy your meals while camping. Eat and be merry!

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