Camping Crockpot Recipes
If you’re camping in an RV or have access to a power source, then slow cooker meals should be the first choice.
Who doesn’t like being able to put all your food into a pot, press a button, and a few hours later dinner is served?
There are tons of options for crockpot recipes, but I wanted to find a few recipes that weren’t too intensive as it’s meant to be for camping.
So, let’s get to these crockpot concoctions!
I LOVE potatoes! Such an amazing food filled with so many nutrients, nutrients you’ll need on a camping day full of hiking and adventure.
This particular recipe also calls for cheese and one of my favorite flavorings, Worcestershire sauce. It’s definitely a tasty treat that will be loved during a camping trip.
This isn’t the usual beanies and weenies in a can (although I do love those when camping).
These are a very simple beans mixture with hotdogs. It doesn’t get any easier, but it’s still delicious.
This crockpot meatloaf is a bit more involved than the previous recipes.
I wanted to add at least one (or two) slow cooker recipes that required a bit more effort. Just incase you have the time and want a really delicious meal.
This will also require a few more ingredients, so be prepared to have a sizeable cooler ready.
This isn’t a gigantic thanksgiving ham as it’s for a slow cooker.
But it’ll still take a decent time to cook through even if it’s a smaller ham. So, make sure you start the ham early!
A simple four ingredient recipe that makes for a great end to a camping day.
Like most ravioli meals, it’s also incredibly filling!
This goes under the “slightly more involved” recipe list.
But like most things that take more effort, the reward is far better.
Loaded with bacon, cheese, onions, and more, this soup is the definition of a filling meal.
Chili is a perfect meal for me any day, but this is perfect for any chilly (pun pun pun) camping days.
The best part is that chili can be eaten alone or as a topping/side dish to go with hotdogs or other foods.
Probably the most involved recipe, it’ll help to have an RV with the appropriate setup.
It’s also not a “throw everything in and turn it on” kind of thing, but a more delicate process of preparing the ingredients. Despite the effort, the taste will be absolutely worth it!
A camping dish just isn’t complete without a meaty delight in my opinion and there’s no better than some spare ribs!
Also, I’m not just recommending this recipe because it uses Dr Pepper. But because of how simple it is to prepare and make.
Tell me what you think! Were these recipes helpful? Have you tried better or do you have alterations you recommend?