Really love this campervan-easy, Strawberry & Broccoli Salad from Fit Foodie Finds. Adding fruit to salads is really underrated and strawberries definitely zhuzh up a salad as well as being super nutritious. Did you know that there are tiny, fibrous tubes that run from the centre of the strawberry to each seed that chelate (claw out) mercury from our bodies! This recipe also gives you a good hit of protein with the cheese and toasted almonds.Continue reading “Loving This Super-Summery Strawberry Salad”
Here are 7 of the foodie products that I checked out on my latest wander around Sainsbury’s that I think are really useful for camping. For me, camping food needs to be: quick, easy to store, NOT cause too much washing-up, and of course, be tasty.
Enjoy…Continue reading “7 Great, Foodie Products for Your Camping Life”
Just thought I’d share with you a meal that is ideal for when you are out in the campervan. Not only is it really easy, tasty and flexible, it’s healthy too! It’s called the Power Bowl (sometimes the Buddha Bowl) and it is a perfectly balanced meal that you assemble from a wide range of ingredients.
You will need a pasta-style bowl as you’ll want something big enough to hold your whole meal (less washing-up, yay!) and you can include anything you want really, but there is a general template to follow…Continue reading “Power Bowls – Perfect for Campervan Life”
This is one of those recipes that is so tasty that you’ll need to make extra as everyone will want seconds. You can make a meaty and a veggie version and I encourage you to play with the spice combos to find your personal, perfect taco. If you want to keep it super simple, just buy a readymade taco spice mix in a packet and use that instead.
Did you know that you can mix all sorts of things with the classic tuna-mayo salad:
- Sliced cherry tomatoes
- Red onion
- Hard boiled egg
- Bell pepper
- Sun dried tomatoes
But see the full recipe from Sabrina at Dinner then Dessert :
When I worked and lived on a charter yacht in Barcelona harbour many years ago, I fell in love with everything Spanish, including the cuisine. So when I got the chance to do a ‘Taste of Spain’ cookery course at Vaughan’s Cookery School, I jumped at the chance and hoped that there would be some ideas I could adapt for campervan recipes. There was – the flavours are a bit different but very tasty…
I have to confess that, after learning about Bannock Bread from the winner of my campervan recipe competition, I am now a little bit obsessed with it and finding out all the ways you can make this simple but tasty, frying pan bread.
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.