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    Default Ideas of snacks/pre-prep to take camping

    Hi all

    We are going away for the long weekend and will be staying in caravan park, we will have a fridge/freezer with us, but obviously space is fairly limited.

    Does anyone have any ideas and recipes i can make before hand for a toddler and us?

    I was thinking some biscuits... trouble with those is i will prob eat them all before we leave!

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    Vegetable fritters! (Im googling recipes for something different to cook with DS and came across them Lol)

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    Thanks, maybe I can try them in my cooker

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    Bickies, muffins etcMostly anything that can be stored in a tub.You could buy musli bars, shapes etc.Check out stay at home mum website for more ideasAnd if bh mods get a report about this sorry, hit 'reply' and typed without looking, it was a 'report' form instead nfi how ':s

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    Popcorn - plain or caramel
    lots of fruit
    rice cakes and a tub of hommous or peanut butter
    stuff for salad sandwiches

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    Stuff that doesn't go off easily.

    Apples and mandarins tend to last well. Dried fruit and nuts. Tins of food (tuna, etc). Crackers. Pretzels.

    For stuff you make - pikelets, rock cakes, muffins (savoury and sweet), etc.

    And for dinners, tbh I'd just wait until I got the caravan park and then visit the local shops so I could put the foods in my fridge immediately. I'd get stuff that was really easy to cook - like sausages, bread rolls, salad, that type of thing.

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    Thanks for the ideas everyone

    I'm good on the what to take for brekky/lunch/tea meal prep etc, just more so of ideas for snacks rather than taking chips and biscuits IYKWIM?

    Want be able to shop much when we get there as it is long weekend and in the outback.

    Ideally I'd cook bbq and salad for tea at night but the 3yo doesnt eat salad.. pita!

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    Popcorn - plain or caramel
    lots of fruit
    rice cakes and a tub of hommous or peanut butter
    stuff for salad sandwiches
    mmm caramel popcorn yummmmm

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    I usually take fresh fruit & veg that I can store at room temp..and Nuts.. Or dried fruit.


 

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