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In a caravan for a week, what would you take?

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PlayingHouse Thu 13-Aug-15 11:36:01

Trying to stay on plan as much as possible.

What would you take? Most meals and lunches will be made in the caravan.

Will be drinking wine and am worried about snacking after a drink blush

annielostit Thu 13-Aug-15 11:49:55

Do you all eat the same as a family & what do you eat in general.
I think, breakfast,
Fruit
Wm bread or rolls,
Bacon
Eggs
Beans & tomatoes
Cheese triangles.
Lunch
Packs of cooked meat , tuna & salad stuff.
Dinners need to be planned
Ready made & frozen at home - bolognaise & chilli sauce, curry sauce, just stirfry some chicken into it. these will defrost over a day or 2 in the fridge. rice & pasta.
Saintsbury's bgty burgers are 1 syn if your bbqing.& low syn sausage.
Velvet crisps & cream crackers.
It's a big list but it might help

PlayingHouse Thu 13-Aug-15 15:21:10

Thats a fantastic list annielostit.

I really appreciate that - so helpful thanks smile

PlayingHouse Thu 13-Aug-15 15:21:33

Yes we will all eat the same and as a family.

PlayingHouse Thu 13-Aug-15 15:24:43

Great idea about taken the meals frozen. Would never have thought about making a curry sauce and freezing it without the chicken - genius!

I normally cook from scratch (even burgers) but will be short of time ( after a long day out ) motivation (it's my holiday as well!!) and a dishwasher sad .

So was thinking quick things but as we don't normally eat a lot of processed foods I was at a loss.

LakeFlyPie Fri 14-Aug-15 21:30:11

I agree that frozen pre prepped meals is a winner.
We recently went camping and I cooked a chilli and a curry and froze them in those stand up pour and store bag things.
They kept the cool box chilled and slowly defrosted over a couple of days.
Eggs, bacon, beans and tomatoes for brunch.
Also went out for a 'chippy tea' and had fish with batter removed and double portion of mushy peas.
If you want savoury snacks for wine drinking how about roasting cooked chick peas sprinkled with salt, pepper and spices until they're crunchy. They're free.

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