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Trim Healthy Mama Camping and Vacationing – Tasteful Tuesday

You may think when you go on vacation that you have to go off plan with Trim Healthy Mama or whatever healthy lifestyle you follow.  Not true.  With a little planning, you can stay on plan.

We do a lot of camping in our travel trailer, which has a small fridge and a microwave.  However, you could easily utilize a cooler and a campfire, or take ready made items.  Here are some foods I pack when we go camping:

BREAKFASTS

  • Muffin in a Mug –Trim Healthy Mama– You could make muffins before you go and pack them in containers.  Or if you have access to a fridge and microwave, you can pack the dry ingredients in a ziploc bag, write the instructions on the outside of the bag, and add the wet ingredients when you are ready to make the muffins.
  • Muffin in a Bowl – Trim Healthy Mama – You can do the same with this recipe as above except this is a lighter version so it can be eaten as a dessert rather than a meal.
  • Trim Healthy Pancakes or S pancakes and turkey bacon in the skillet over the campfire
  • Eggs cooked over the campfire
  • Homemade granola THM
  • THM Smoothies (if you can take your Ninja; I never leave home without it!)  You can make packets of dry ingredients and just add the wet ingredients and/or ice.
LUNCHES and SNACKS
  • Sandwiches depending on whether or not you have refrigeration, you can use on plan breads and have pb or meat and cheese sandwiches.
  • Salads
  • Cold cuts and raw veggies
  • Trail Mix
  • Yogurt and fruit
DINNERS
  • meat and veggies grilled in a foil pouch over the campfire
  • Pulled pork grilled or slow cooked if you have crockpot and electricity
  • Burgers with THM Bread in a Mug with veggies
  • S fried fish breaded with almond and coconut flour
  • Fish without breading grilled over the campfire with your choice of fruits and/or veggies
DESSERTS

These are all recipes you could make before leaving for your trip, or you could utilize a campfire or electricity to make them if you can keep your ingredients cold in a cooler or camper fridge until you are ready to use them.  I hope these tips will help you stay on plan during your vacations.  I know I’ll be using them.  I’ve worked too hard to go back now!

Mandy

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