Glamping Recipes for the Happy Camper - These delicious recipes will help you camp with style, and eat well while you're enjoying nature! champagne-tastes.com

Glamping Recipes for a Happy Camper

Glamping Recipes for the Happy Camper - These delicious recipes will help you camp with style, and eat well while you're enjoying nature! champagne-tastes.com

Glamping Recipes for the Happy Camper – These delicious recipes will help you camp with style, and eat well while you’re enjoying nature!

Do you “glamp” instead of camp?  “Glamping”– or “glamour camping”– is a perfect way to “be one with nature,” but still feel fancy-schmancy.  That’s right– it’s how you can sleep in a tent, feel rugged and wild, but still not feel deprived or miserable.  Some people (like my friend Jaline) glamp by setting up giant tents filled with bed-like air mattresses, gorgeous rugs, and high-end lanterns.  Others (like me) stick with a simpler tent set-up, but refuse to compromise on the food.

If you, fellow camper, want to step things up with a high-end camping experience– start by picking what’s most important to you!  Do you want to wake up in the woods, but feel like you’re in a 5-star hotel?  Try upgrading your equipment, or invest in some battery-powered twinkle lights.  If you, like me, know that you will be positively grumpy without a hot breakfast and a savory, flavorful dinner– keep reading!!!

These Glamping Recipes for a Happy Camper take a bit of planning and prep-work, but mean that you can dine in style while you lounge in the wild!  Most of these recipes give you a heads-up about any special equipment you need to have (like access to a campfire or a camping stove), and others are simply travel-friendly– using ingredients that don’t require refrigeration or cooking.  All of these drinks and meals will leave you full, satisfied, and ready for another day of adventures!

Morning Glamping

Evening Glamping

What’s your favorite way to glamp?  Let me know in the comments!

22 thoughts on “Glamping Recipes for a Happy Camper

  1. Helen @ Fuss Free Flavours says:

    I think it is a wonderful idea to not compromise on food while camping. I’m all for getting down with the tent and discomforts of sleeping bags and the like, but I’d much rather have a decent meal than badly cooked sausages and a tin of baked beans! These ideas look delicious and perfect for outdoor dining.

  2. Helene D'Souza says:

    We would just call it camping food. 🙂
    Great collection! I miss camping, it’s not that common in Asia. Maybe it will come into fashion eventually. Right now I just feel like building my tent in the garden just to enjoy these dishes with a bbq. =D

  3. Kavey at Kavey Eats says:

    As Helen said, great not to assume that camping means dull or budget food, you have done so much with good ingredients, even with limited cooking facilities. Looks so good. Me? I only go camping where I have an en suite bathroom! 😉

  4. Gillian Thompson says:

    Just got back from a camping trip, not tent but camper van. So much fun. Had all good intentions of cooking lovely camping recipes but the most I made was some delicious guacamoles. We enjoyed eating out most the time. 🙂

  5. Brian Jones says:

    What a glorious collection of recipes, that pizza looks awesome although I will have to try it on the BBQ as camping is definitely something from my past and not something for my future 😉

  6. Dawn - Girl Heart Food says:

    I haven’t camped in AGES. However, if I were to camp, I would definitely do it ‘glamping’ style. I wouldn’t want to comprise on the food either. No food tastes as good as when you cook it up outside, does it? Even something simple like baked beans tastes so much better than if you make ’em at home 🙂 Maybe I’ll go out in the back yard and go ‘glamping ;)’ Have a great weekend, Sarah!

    • champagne-tastes says:

      Backyard camping is an awesome idea! Or you could cook the food on a fire and then go sleep in your own bed lol

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