Having a kitchen with you wherever you travel is a truly glorious thing. It means 1) less fast food during road trips, and 2) more money saved. It also means you can stick with specific diets on the road, and you don’t have to leave the campground to eat after a long hike or day of fishing.
That said, all of those amazing meals don’t just cook themselves. In other words, you actually have to spend a bit of time cooking in that tiny RV kitchen of yours in order to put food on the table.
This all may sound like a huge hassle. However, there are ways to make cooking in an RV a relatively painless process. One of the best ways to go about it is to prep your meals beforehand.
For those who take short trips, this might mean doing a bunch of meal prep a few days before each getaway. Meanwhile, those who take extended trips or live in their RVs might need to dedicate a day each week to preparing meals for the coming days.
No matter how you decide to prep meals, you’ll be glad you did each and every time you’re able to pull out a premade meal and have it ready to go in no time.