Here is the winning recipe from my campervan recipe competition – it’s Bannock Bread.
I have to admit I hadn’t heard of it before but, apparently, Bannock is a simple, flat loaf of bread that can be cooked in a pan and bakes up with a texture similar to a scone or biscuit, with a fluffy center that is slightly crumbly. It is wonderful for breakfast spread with some jam or served with a main meal alongside your stew or main dish.
Hi Everyone. I am running a little competition and the winner gets the latest edition of ‘Campervan’ magazine. All you need to do is send me your favourite campervan recipe and I will put the winning recipe on my website (www.thecampercookie.com) and I’ll feature it as a guest recipe in my next cookbook! There are just four guidelines:
1. You must be able to cook it on one or two gas rings
2. It needs to be easy and take less than 30 mins in total
3. It needs to use 6 or less main ingredients
4. It needs to be reasonably healthy
Just email your recipes to email@example.com
I look forward to seeing all your amazing stuff. Summer xx
At this time of year there are often a lot of courgettes in the shops at cheap prices or, if you grow your own, then you probably have a few to eat up. Sometimes they are quite large and not so nice to eat raw (love them spiralized) or lightly cooked so what is the best way to use them up? This is how I do it…
I came across this picture on Pinterest of a mini veg garden in a campervan. Obviously this is more for people who live in their van or make longer trips but I thought what a good idea. And here’s some suggestions of the kind of edible plants you can grow for constant fresh salad in your camper garden…
Just wanted to say thank you to Marion Sauvebois from the Swindon Advertiser for her nice feature on my recipe book with a bit of my life story. I came to cooking in a roundabout way, mainly to get well from a chronic illness, and nutrition was a large part of that. It’s great to now combine that with something fun like camping …
I do hope that people find this book useful and it inspires them to make nourishing meals even if they think that they can’t cook (go on – you can do it!).
Please excuse the post-beach hair! 🙂
Just love the idea of ‘Power Bowl’ salads as you can make them to different themes (Greek, Buddha, Vegan, Meaty) and they are so healthy and satisfying as well as quick and easy in a campervan. Have a look (and drool) at these Greek Power Bowls from Kim at ‘Kim’s Cravings’…
So easy but healthy and tasty too…