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OUR CAMPING MEAL PLAN 2018

Suppers

Taco salad

Chicken Fajitas with corn tortillas and homemade taco seasoning

Smokies on a gluten free bun with Paleo Potato Salad and/or garden salad

Pulled pork sandwiches and coleslaw

Lunch

Mason jar salads or Trader Joe inspired salad

Salami sandwiches on gluten free bread and raw veggies

Breakfast

Smoothie packs

Peanut Butter bars

Snacks

Gluten-free cinnamon buns with coffee

Hummus, veggies and Mary’s Organic Crackers

Smoothies

Fresh fruit

Dried Mango

Mama Recharged nut & seed bars

Peanut butter balls (my kids love these)

Smores with gluten-free graham crackers and dark chocolate

Evening Drinks

Red wine

Club soda, white rum and a spash of OJ or other juice or a drink from the Summer Drinks ebook

Suppers

Taco salad with Homemade Catalina DressingSimply throw together chopped lettuce, tomato, green onion, avocado (optional), shredded cheese or Diaya “Cheese”, cooked ground beef with homemade taco seasoning and catalina dressing and/or sour cream and salsa. Crumble in your favourite tortilla chips or these rice chips.

Chicken Fajitas with with homemade taco seasoning, soft corn tortillas, foil pack roasted peppers and onions. Top with salsa, guacamole and either vegainaise (for dairy free option) or sour cream.  I like to cook up my chicken at home before we leave, cool, slice and portion in freezer bags but you could just season and barbeque there. 

Pulled Pork (or chicken) sandwiches on a gluten-free bun with coleslaw. You can buy gluten-free buns at most grocery stores now. I find those ones in the freezer section are the best tasting OR if you have more time you can buy Bob’s Red Mill gluten free bread mix. I like to make both a loaf of bread and a few buns with one mix. For a simple coleslaw I buy the preshredded bag and then add a olive oil, vinegar and honey dressing. To make the pulled pork (or chicken) I would either make it up before we leave in the slow cooker, cool and store in freezer bags or I would take the slow cooker with us and make it there. 

Smokies on a gluten-free bun and salads. I sometimes just have a smokie sans bun, cut up and dipped with ketchup or I will pick up gluten free buns. *make sure your smokies are wheat and dairy free if you have allergies.* You can buy gluten-free buns at most grocery stores now. I find those ones in the freezer section are the best tasting OR if you have more time you can buy Bob’s Red Mill gluten free bread mix. I like to make both a loaf of bread and a few buns with one mix. I like to serve it with a simple garden salad and/or with this Paleo Potato Salad

LUNCH

For lunch we will either have make ahead mason jar salads, make ahead Trader Joe style salads or we will have leftovers or sometimes a late breakfast of bacon, eggs and hashbrowns and then a smoothie later on in the day.