Breakfasts of the Month


For those that enjoy the RV lifestyle and camping in general, there are a variety of campfire friendly recipes that are tasty for breakfast. These three are all great choices.

Potato Bacon Wrap

  • Bacon
  • Potatoes
  • Garlic Salt
  • Onion Slices

Take foil and put two layers of bacon on top of it, keeping away from the sides of the foil. Next slice the potatoes and place on the bacon, covering with the garlic salt and onion slices. Put another layer of foil and pinch the sides around so that it is sealed. Put a hole in the top to vent out the steam that will occur. Place on grill top in the fire, or on the coals themselves. When bacon is done everything will be ready to eat.

Fire-Fried Biscuits

  • Can of biscuits
  • 1/2 stick butter

Place about a teaspoon of the butter in the pan and melt. Biscuits will need to be cut in half and then place in the pan. After five minutes in the fire, turn the biscuits over for another five minutes of cooktime.

Hungry Morning Scramble

  • 2 potatoes
  • 2 T oil
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 1/2 onion
  • 5 eggs
  • 1/3 lb ground sausage
  • 1/2 cup cheese

This one requires a bit of planning. Before you leave for your camping trip, dice the potatoes and the onion. Put them in containers. Mince up the garlic and shred the cheese and also put in containers. At the campsite you will add oil to the skillet that is over the fire. Cook up the potatoes until brown and then add the onions and color. Put in the sausage and make sure you keep it broken up in the pan. Add eggs and mix them throughout. Cover with cheese after the eggs have cooked. Spoon out to plates to eat.

If you are interested in browsing an RV dealership New York has many great choices. RV ownership is one step closer to campfire breakfasts and starry nights. There is nothing like getting away from the day to day grind and relaxing in a great park or other secluded locale. RV enthusiasts already know this, what are you waiting for?


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