I’m all about quick, simple, and easy RV breakfast recipes. Camping and cooking in an RV kitchen makes that a good thing! Most of the cooking I do is also in one skillet or one pot so there is less clean up too.
My Fast & Fun Easy RV Breakfast Recipes
Cooking in a small RV kitchen isn’t easy. That’s why you need RV cooking recipes with a short list of ingredients. This helps make meals fast, quick, and easy too. Remember, less ingredients make for less storage needed too! Enjoy cooking them in the rig or on your campfire.
Always my favorite. They are one of the most quick and easy RV breakfast recipes. Enjoy some recipes cold so no heating. Here are some combinations you may not have thought of for your breakfast tacos. You can prepare these and then grill them on the stove, on a grill or in the oven. Try these for a morning treat:
- Peanut Butter and Jelly
- Egg Salad (just scramble eggs and add mayo)
- Grilled Cheese (get fancy and try a different kind of melting cheese)
- Nutella and bananas
- Breakfast Pizza (mozzarella, pepperoni, and tomatoes)
- Porky (pulled pork and cooked bacon)
- Hot ham and cheese
- Avocado and Swiss cheese (sliced)
Orange Brownie Breakfast
You need one orange per person and a box of brownie mix for 12. Prepare the brownie mix as the package indicates. Cut the oranges in half and scoop out the orange slices carefully. Fill one orange half with brownie mix and put the other half back on top. Seal the orange in foil. Put on the grill or bake in the oven. If you do it in the fire pit, be sure to turn it over in about 10 minutes. Take the remaining orange insides and blend them up into orange juice or have the slices with the brownies or another recipe.
At least that is what I grew up hearing this breakfast called. You need one piece of bread, one egg and one pat of butter per person. Melt the butter in your skillet or saucepan. As it is melting, tear a small circle from the center of your slice of bread. Put the bread down in the butter and crack the egg into the center of the bread. Cook until the egg white is partially turned white, and the toast is browned. Flip and do the same on the second side. Done! If you let it cool down, you can pick it up and eat it with your hands.
Easy Mexico breakfast dish you can make up in a skillet or pan. It is intended to use up left-overs so prepare it your last morning camping. The base is scrambled eggs with stirred in broken tortilla chips and topped with salsa. But anything else you have left over, stir it in. Cheeses, vegetables, meats are all great to add to the dish.
If you don’t have tortilla chips but you have tortillas, cut them up and fry or bake them first in your skillet with a little oil. Then transfer them to a paper plate and cook up your eggs in the skillet adding the cooked tortillas back in when the eggs are cooked.
This is a very flexible recipe too. One slice of bread, one fruit, two tablespoons of honey, and one ounce of cheese per person. You can choose any type of bread you like and toast it. Top the toast with a crumbly or spreadable cheese (cottage cheese, feta, cream cheese). Slice up any kind of soft fruit (peaches, bananas, strawberries, blueberries, plums) and top the cheese with the fruit. Drizzle the honey over the fruit, cheese, and toast.
RV Kitchen Cooking Tips
How to Make Fluffy Eggs
When eggs are your main ingredient, you want them to taste great and have a good texture whether you are camping or not. To get fluffy eggs, add a tablespoon of milk and a tablespoon of shredded cheddar cheese for every egg in your recipe. Whip them up with salt and pepper and they are delicious. You can microwave the eggs, cook them with oil in a skillet over the campfire or prepare them with propane on the stove.
You can also whip eggs, chop vegetables, meats and cheeses or pre-season food ahead of time if you are not on a long trip. This way you don’t have to cart fragile items or create a kitchen mess when you are camping.
When you are camping, if you want to reduce firewood consumption, cook up your breakfast in the evening when you have the campfire going. Then you can quickly reheat in the morning without heating up your RV.
I hope you get to try some of these RV breakfast recipes. Start your day off with a simple and easy hearty breakfast so you can get out there and enjoy your campgrounds and the local area!