Going camping gives you the opportunity to experience the great outdoors, but staying overnight in designated campsites or off-the-track pathways means that your RV kitchen has to be properly stocked to ensure that everyone is well fed during their RVing experience. Here are some essential staples to stock in your camping kitchen.
Spices and seasonings: Some spices and seasonings last for approximately one year, so be sure to stock only what is necessary. Essential spices and seasonings include salt, pepper, garlic powder, chili powder, oregano and thyme. You may want to stock prepackaged seasonings for chili, tacos, and gravy mix.
Canned Goods: These are sure to come in handy as whole meals or as accompaniments. You may want to stock tomato sauce, spaghetti sauce, baked beans, tuna, whole tomatoes and kidney beans.
Sauces: Sauces are excellent for adding flavor to your food. Stock ketchup, barbecue sauce, marinades, salad dressings, salsa, garlic sauce and Tabasco for your accompanying needs.
Dry Foods: Dry goods are vital necessities because you can use them to accompany all kinds of barbecue meats and grilled foods. Your kitchen stock should include dry goods like rice, pasta, noodles, couscous, mac & cheese mix, corn bread mix, cereals, oatmeal, flour, sugar, tea, coffee, and maybe some powdered creamer.
Now that you know what food to stock in your camping kitchen to remain well fed, you’re about to have a great camping experience. We can’t wait to see it all happen for you.