From the bloggers at Good Life RV.
Who’s hungry? Chances are if you’re camping, all the activities that you’ve been participating in have made you a little peckish. Just because you’re on the road, doesn’t mean you have to stop cooking up the grub that you love. So, just for you (and your belly), we’re serving up some of our favorite campsite recipes.
This edition of our ‘Culinary Campfires’ blog is for the early riser and the morning muncher. It’s time for the meal of all meals… it’s breakfast time, baby!
Campfire omelets by bag
I was totally taken surprise when our campsite host offered me the chance to make my own omelet one early morning. I had never heard of this method, but it is pretty popular with campers. It’s really easy to make and, with a little supervision, the kiddos can create their own, too. The only limit to what you can put in to your omelette is your choice of ingredients to bring.
- Each camper should get their own plastic bag and mark it so they know which one is theirs. Make sure you use bags that are thick and strong enough to be placed in a pot of boiling water. The bags should also have a way to close, like a seal or zip. My host used Ziploc ¼ size bags. Do not use “regular” sandwich baggies.
- Crack eggs and drop straight into a bag along with your ingredient choices.
- Seal bag.
- Mix the contents of the bag. Shaking, smushing and/or rolling the baggie will work. Do this until all of the ingredients look like they are all mixed together.
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