No-Cook Meal Ideas for Your RV

Just because you can cook in your RV doesn’t mean you’ll necessarily want to cook. Sometimes you want to avoid the time, effort, and pile of dishes associated with cooking and just skip straight to the eating. It may not be a matter of laziness either, but one of practicality. Maybe you want to hit the hiking trails earlier or hit the road sooner.

Whatever the case and whatever the meal you need to abbreviate, there’s a simple, no-cook meal with your name on it. Try using one of these ideas the next time you want a hassle-free meal in your RV.

Supplies You’ll Need

Even though you’re not cooking anything, you do need some basic supplies on hand.

  • Can opener
  • Tin foil
  • Sealable bags
  • Cooler
  • Ice
  • Utensils
  • Cutting board

Breakfast Ideas

  • Yogurt and granola: The best way to avoid cooking is to keep things simple. Yogurt and granola is versatile, filling, and easy to make and clean up. Either make your own granola or buy your favorite at a store, then mix it into your granola of choice.
  • Cereal with milk and fruit: Another simple meal for breakfast, just pick your favorite cereal and then add fruits to fill it out with vitamins and nutrients. Bananas, strawberries, and blueberries all make great additions to cold cereals.

Lunch or Dinner Ideas

  • Tuna salad: The ever versatile tuna salad let’s you make it the way you like it and eat it the way you like it, too. Mix with mayo, pickle relish, and whatever else you enjoy, then serve on bread, salad, or crackers.
  • Sandwiches: The sandwich is the epitome of no-cook meals. Pick your favorite type of bread and then let your imagination run wild. Choose from meats, cheeses, vegetables, and spreads to make your perfect sandwich. They’re great for preparing ahead of time and taking with you on a hike or out onto the water.

Visit Leisure Time RV

Stop by Leisure Time RV to pick out a new RV or to have your current RV serviced if you haven’t done it recently. Also, pick up any necessities and accessories you may need for your next trip.

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