Glamping Food For Your Summer Holiday Can’t Be Without!

Are you trying glamping these Summer holidays? There is nothing quite like camping with luxurious facilities and delicious food. Even better is that glamping is something you can dowith all your family! Love it!

Add Some Sparkle to Your Glamping Kitchen

Upmarket and more comfortable than camping, glamping is becoming incredibly popular in NZ. With your furnished tent, kitchen equipment and bathroom provided, all you really need to pack is the food. But before you head to the cupboard for those traditional camping tins of baked beans, you might want to look at some of my glamping menu ideas.

Everything tastes better when you are outside and in the company of friends and family. Yet you don’t have to settle for sausages on a stick or spaghetti from a tin. This summer glamping adventure, how about packing some of these ingredients instead:

 Chicken pieces, lemon wedges, salt and olive oil – whip yourself and your guests upa campfire roast chicken. Slow cooked in tinfoil at the base of the fire, it’s an easy meal to prepare and lets you chat with loved ones while it is cooking. Pop some tinfoil wrapped baked potatoes in with it and you’ll have a fabulous meal.

1 ½ cups sliced mushrooms, ½ tsp chilli flakes, 100g mozzarella, 3 tbsp. sherry, ½ cup diced sun dried tomatoes, 2 ½ tbsp. olive oil and a baguette. Pop everything except the baguette into a skillet and heat until well melted to a dipping consistency. Slice the baguette and brush both sides with olive oil. Toast and then use to scoop up the delicious cheesy dip you have made. Yum!

Bananas and dark chocolate – without peeling your bananas, slice them down the centre about half the depth of the banana. Pop chocolate squares along the sliced area and wrap together in tinfoil. Pop in the ashes of your fire and wait for your dessert to cook.

A selection of cubed vegetables including capsicum, peppers, tomatoes, courgettes, mushrooms, pumpkin and halloumi cheese – push onto skewers and brush each kebab with olive oil and toast. Yummy!

Miss Lilly’s Top Secret Glamping Tips

When you are packing for your summer glamping trip, it pays to have already created amenu plan. By being prepared, you are less likely to need to make an emergency trip to the supermarket or run out of food. That’s why that is my very first glamping food tip!

Make a menu plan and try to choose recipes which use similar ingredients, to limit the amount of food types you’ll need to remember to pack!

Take miniature amounts of herbs and spices – packing them in little individual containers such as a weekly pill organiser or tackle box works well.

Posh it up! Take your good china, your silver cutlery and your crystal wine glasses! Nothing tastes great when you serve it on plastic plates!

I wish you and your family a wonderful and happy family time of togetherness.

Miss Lilly xxx