RVInsurances.com - RV Holiday Meal Ideas

RV Holiday Meal Ideas

The holiday season is finally upon us and you decided it’s time once again to take the RV out on the road. You wanted to celebrate with a road trip and we want to help you save some time and money on that trip with recipes you can easily prepare yourself. It doesn’t matter that you are away from home, you can still have a holiday meal as big as you want it to be. You just need a mixing bowl a source of heat and a refrigerator, oh and a few ingredients.

It is important to note that most grocery stores and super stores like Walmart and Target are open on holidays, but they will typically have holiday hours. We highly recommend you get there early or you run the risk of running into last minute shoppers. There are many variables to consider when potentially joining those last minute shoppers so give yourself a chance and shop early if possible and definitely plan ahead by planning your recipes in advance and writing down the ingredients that you’ll need.

We’ve found some wonderful recipes that may help in your meal planning this holiday season.

Holiday RV Meal Ideas

  • Gingerbread Waffles – A waffle iron and a bowl to make the batter is pretty much all you need. A waffle iron can act as mini grill for roasting perhaps vegetables or a small cut of meat. Waffles are quite a popular breakfast item and if you have some extra maple syrup you can use them for our next recipe. Click here for recipe!
  • Brussel Sprouts – Brussel sprouts are a bit of a acquired taste so if you don’t like them, broccoli tips or cauliflower make for a superb alternative. Do keep in mind that this does ask for an oven. If you do not have that available don’t sweat it. Do you remember that waffle iron you used for breakfast. You’ll have to be careful but you can place a few brussel sprouts in there after you heat the iron back up and begin to roast them there.  Click here for recipe!
  • Easy Honey Baked Ham – A great and simple main course is a ham. The smaller the ham the smaller your prep time is for making it. This could require an oven pending the size of your ham. If you aren’t feeding too many perhaps get some pre cut slices of ham and heat them up in that waffle iron. You could sweeten the ham up by painting on any left over mix you used for those brussel sprouts you prepared. Click here for recipe!

It is our hope that these recipes help you on your trip this holiday season and give you some unique ideas for other meals that you’ll need along the way. We are RVInsurances.com wish you and yours a wonderful holiday season. If you need anything while on the road, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at 844-727-7207.

 

 

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top