Top No-Cook Recipes To Make During Camping Trip

After a long and tiring camping, the last thing that you will like to do is cook food. Moreover, if you haven’t been involved in too many cooking ventures before in your life, then it can be a tedious job for you in the woods.

So, the need of the time is, having something in your grasp that can help you cook food easily. Or, a list of the meals that you can eat without less or no cooking. That would be great to have, right? Well, in this article, we are going to discuss some recipes that you can prefer to eat on the camping trip.

I will denote these recipes as ‘no-cook recipes’ because you don’t have to lighten a stove for these. Also, your location will also not be determined by wild animals, as no smoke will appear. You don’t require any pans and pots, but there are certain tools that you will have to carry along. Here is the list of those tools:

I will denote these recipes as ‘no-cook recipes’ because you don’t have to lighten a stove for these. Also, your location will also not be determined by wild animals, as no smoke will appear. You don’t require any pans and pots, but there are certain tools that you will have to carry along. Here is the list of those tools:

  • A cutting board.
  • Ice cubes.
  • Sealable bags.
  • A can opener.
  • Utensils.
  • Cooler.
  • Tin foil.

What to have in the breakfast?

In order to have a successful day at camping, you need to ensure that your stomach is fully satisfied with a healthy and nutritious breakfast.

Having loads of fried foods won’t help, as a camping trips consists of continuous walking, jumping, crawling and other activities that a person don’t usually do in day to day lives.

Therefore, it is better to have something that is light on the stomach and gives you the energy to carry out the pre-planned tasks. Here are some of the light breakfast recipes that one can try during camping trip.

  1. Cereal with Milk: Everybody is familiar with this breakfast meal, so you can make this for you and other campers. You can add some twist by adding fruits like strawberries, bananas and blueberries.
  2. Fruit Salad with Nuts: You have to carry fruits, as they can be pretty helpful at the time when you want something instant to eat. You can cut different fruits along with some nuts and add some salt. You will love this quick and nutrition enriched breakfast.
  3. Yoghurt & Granola: You can easily make granola and pour them on the protein enriched yoghurt.
  4. Peanut butter & banana sandwich: These two food items are rich in a multiple nutrients such as, carbohydrates, protein, calcium and potassium. I think these three nutrients are good enough to keep you going throughout the day.
  5. Fruits & Vegetable Salad: If you have a good variety of fruits and veggies in your bag, then you can cut them into bite sized pieces and put them in a bowl. Add salt according to your taste along with some Indian spices.
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What about lunch?

The recipes mentioned above are good enough to be eaten in the breakfast, but what about lunch? Let us find out some great recipes that you can have for lunch.

  1. Bean salad: Take some beans, onions and tomatoes, and put them in a bowl along with different spices to make this salad a bit tangy.
  2. Sandwiches: Chop some veggies and put them in two pieces of breads along with some fresh mayo and ketchup. A great sandwich is ready!
  3. Tuna salad: A tuna fish is rich in a variety of nutrients and gets fit in any salad. You can easily prepare it and put your hunger to a leash.

Finally, what would you have for dinner?

Dinner is always light as you will sleep after that. But, what can you make for dinner? Let’s find out:

  1. Chicken pasta: This is one of most popular dishes for dinner. If you don’t like chicken, then you can replace it with tuna fish.
  2. Roast Beef wrap: This is another great supper meal that consists of nutrients enriched meat along with cheese, onions, tomatoes, lettuce and a host of other ingredients.
  3. Mexican spread: It is possible to prepare guacamole without lighting a stove. You need some fresh, sliced veggies, bean dip, lettuce and salsa. In 10 minutes, you can get a delicious dinner.

These meals are easy to prepare and provide you with the right nutrition that you need in a camping trip.

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  • February 29, 2016
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