5 Easy Breakfasts Recipes For Caravanning Last Updated On February 19th, 2018 in General by Danny SmithNothing is more important than food for every organism that roams this earth. And probably humans are the only creatures who need the widest variety of food, mainly because we cannot survive eating the same things. The variety of food is available all the time and almost everywhere, albeit there are situations when this variety gets restricted like on a camping trip.Although camping trips are adventurous and exciting, the lack of food variety doesn’t exactly stop you from planning them, but you sure miss the variety. But not any longer you would have to miss it, as here 5 amazing breakfast recipes for camping which would not only satiate your desires for a delicious delicacy but are also quick and easy.Foil Packet Blueberry Breakfast All you need are a few things:half cup milk4 eggsHalf a cup sugarQuarter tsp cinnamonQuarter tsp vanilla8 slices of breadAluminum foil1 cup blueberriesButter to coatCut the bread into cubes. Mix milk and eggs liquid. Pour the mixture of milk and egg liquid over the bread cubes. Stir the solution good (not to the extent that the bread turns into a mash). Now put the blueberries into the mixture. Now take the aluminum foil and coat it with butter so that the mixture doesn’t stick to it. Spoon the mixture onto the foil and slowly fold the foil. Now place the aluminum foil on the campfire griller. Let it cook for 20-25 minutes. Take the foil down and open it. And there is your tasty foil packet blueberry breakfast.Black Pepper Cheddar Biscuit BurgerWhat all you need: 2 cups of flour Salt1 and a half tsp of baking powderHalf tsp black pepper3 quarter cup shredded cheddar cheese3 quarter cup milkA biscuit panQuarter tsp of black pepperMix flour, baking powder, salt and black pepper. After mixing it well, add the shredded cheddar cheese and toss it. After the mixture is thick enough, add milk to it and stir it well. After a while of stirring the mixture would turn into dough. Now knead the dough and then cut round pieces of half inch thickness. The diameter of the biscuit depends on the size of the biscuit molds of the biscuit pan. Grease the biscuit molds before placing the patty on them. Close the lid of the biscuit pan and let it cook for 20-30 minutes on the camping griller. Once the biscuits are ready, slide them into the buns and your black pepper cheddar biscuit burger is ready. You could also cook mini omelets in the biscuit pan and either sandwich them along with the cheddar biscuits in the buns or eat them all alone.Toad in the holeIngredients:1 cup milk2 eggsHalf a cup flourHalf a cup cornmealHalf tsp baking powder3 Quarters tsp salt2 tsp unsalted butter14 sausages3 tsp maple syrup1 tsp of sugarAn iron panTake a large bowl and mix cornmeal, flour, sugar and baking powder and whisk it good. Now add milk and eggs to the mixture and again beat it until the batter becomes thick. Prepare this batter a day ahead and keep in an airtight box.Just when you are planning to make the meal, broil the sausages on the iron pan. Now take the sausages out and pour the batter that you had kept in the airtight container and heat it up. Now arrange broiled sausages on the batter and cover the pan with an aluminum foil and let it cook for 15-20 minutes. The toad in the hole is ready to be served hot. Cut it and pour some maple syrup over every serving. Cinnamon biscuit on stickA cinnamon biscuit on a stick is probably the least time-consuming camping dish.All you need:A quarter cup ground cinnamonHalf a cup melted butterA can of refrigerated biscuit dough1 cup sugarA couple of roasting sticksIn order to make twists, you need to take the canned biscuit dough and roll it around the roasting sticks. Once done, roast it over the campfire. Broiling over direct flames is not as easy as it looks. You need to be careful enough, the biscuit should not be undercooked and at the same time you have to make sure it doesn’t burn. Once they are done, keep the biscuits aside and mix sugar and cinnamon. Spread the melted butter on the biscuit and sprinkle the sugar-cinnamon powder on it.Pie Iron Sausage SandwichAnother easiest recipe for a quick camping breakfast is the pie iron sausage sandwich.What all you need:A pie ironA packet of breadGrated sausageEggsSalt and pepperButterHeat up the pie iron on the camping fire and melt some butter on it to grease it well. Open the pie iron and place one slice of bread on one side. Drop the egg liquid and add some grated sausage to it. Sprinkle salt and pepper according to the taste. You could also add some grated cheese if you want. Now close sandwich with the other slice of the bread and then close the pie iron too with the other side on top. Place the pie iron on the embers or the flames and heat it for some time. Open the pie iron and slide take out the hot sandwich out.These recipes require very little resources and are great for a camping trip.Contact Xtend Outdoors. *** * Enquiry TypeProduct EnquirySupport*Select StateNew ZealandAustralian Capital TerritoryNew South WalesNorthern TerritoryQueenslandSouth AustraliaTasmaniaVictoriaWestern Australia*Select StateNew ZealandAustralian Capital TerritoryNew South WalesNorthern TerritoryQueenslandSouth AustraliaTasmaniaVictoriaWestern Australia* 23+35=? Related Post6 Tips to Stay Alert While Driving on a Camping TripCaravanning Is Really Popular These Days. This Is Why People Love It!How to Manage Weight Distribution In Your CaravanTIPS FOR SAFE CORONAVIRUS CAMPING Previous NextLeave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.