Want some quick and easy lunches for RVing? While lunch generally is not the most gourmet meal of the day, it can get boring if you eat the same thing every single day. It can also be difficult to cook in an RV so we’ve curated a list of some easy but delicious lunch recipes you can seamlessly prepare.
Lunch #1: Crockpot Barbeque Sandwiches
You can’t go wrong with BBQ while you’re RVing, right? A barbeque sandwich and RVing go hand in hand.
Barbeque can be pretty complex to make, but it doesn’t have to be. You really just need 3 things:
Your meat (such as chicken or pork)
A bottle of your favorite barbeque sauce
When you first wake up, put the meat in the crockpot with the barbeque sauce. The longer you can let it cook, the better. Crockpot meals are perfect for RVing because you can set it and forget it while you are out doing activities.
Lunch #2: Easy Chicken Salad
Love a good salad, but don’t want to take tons of time preparing it? Here’s one way to go:
Romaine lettuce (either cut up yourself or buy pre-cut)
Pre-cooked chicken (heated up on the stove or microwave)
Looking for a good surface to cut on? Check out our flexible cutting board!
This doesn’t require any cooking or a lot of dirty dishes and is an easy clean-up when you are on the road. To personalize your meal, add your favorite veggies!
Lunch #3: Turkey Avocado Wraps
The great thing about wraps is they are easy to make and tasty, but are a bit different from the norm. If you’re tired of eating sandwiches but still want similar flavors, try this one:
Sliced turkey breast
Dressing (such as caesar or ranch)
That makes for a tasty wrap and can be put together quickly. Even if you slice everything fresh, you can have it ready in just a few minutes.
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Lunch #4: English Muffin Pizzas
Don’t be deceived by how simple it is, because these really do come out great. You’ll need:
Desired toppings (pepperoni, black olives, ham and pineapple, etc.)
Start by splitting the English muffin apart and putting pizza sauce on the top of each side. Then add your cheese and whatever toppings you want. From there, you can either toast it in a toaster oven or the microwave.
Do you have any easy and delicious lunch recipes that you make on the road? We’d love to hear them!
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