If you wish to bring the comforts of contemporary cooking with you at the campsite, a crockpot is undoubtedly an absolute blessing! You’ll need a good crockpot and a few ingredients to get you on your way to some of the easiest camping meals you’ve cooked in a long time.
Campground Crockpot Tacos
For these particular mouth watering tacos, you toss an envelope of your favorite taco seasoning, 6 thawed boneless chicken breasts, a whole jar of salsa, and your favorite cheese dip into the crockpot. Make sure you a use a crockpot liner to make for easy cleanup. Cook for about 4 hours on high and dinner is served.
When your chicken is tender enough to easily shred using a fork, you’ll know it’s ready. Next up, add a cup of shredded Mexican cheese, and top with guacamole or sour cream to taste, have plenty of shredded lettuce ready to add to your tacos. Then, you’ll be ready to disperse the mixture between 8 to 10 warmed soft tortillas.
Baked Potato Soup
Here’s one that’s great for cold nights! Place a healthy amount of diced and peeled russet and red potatoes into the crockpot as well as garlic, a good amount of chicken broth, a cup of water, along with a tbsp of your favorite seasoning. You ought to allow it to simmer for a minimum of 6 hours on high heat. Then, add 2 medium sized cubes of cream cheese and mix them in liberally. You can blend the whole recipe with an immersion blender for a smoother consistency, and you will be ready to serve!
Finally, here’s a simple breakfast you can make. Place 2 peeled apples sprinkled with a tsp of cinnamon and a 1/3 cup of sugar in your crockpot, then sprinkle on 2 cups of rolled oats. Next, add enough milk to make the mixture slightly soupy along with a tsp of vanilla. You can let the mixture sit overnight and it will magically turn into overnight oats while you sleep. In the morning you can eat it cold with fresh berries or turn the crockpot on high for about half an hour to eat it warm.