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        Cozy Dinner Ideas to Whip Up On the Road

        Cozy Dinner Ideas to Whip Up On the Road

         

         

        Fall is now in full swing, which means that so are our cravings for comfort foods that will make us feel all cozy inside! Of course, there are many great cozy dinner recipes out there, but they can sometimes be too difficult to make in an RV, where space, supplies and ingredients are limited. Considering this, we’ve decided to compile a list of cozy dinner ideas that are simple enough to be able to make on the road! 

         

        P.S. The recipe titles are all hyper-linked, so you can click on them to see all the details. 




        Soups 

         

        1. Bacon-Potato Corn Chowder

        This chowder is hearty and warm, making it an amazing meal for fall. It is also simple to make, as it has only 5 ingredients! All you need to make this delicious soup is bacon strips, chopped onion, potatoes, cream-style corn, and evaporated milk.

         

         

        2. Vegetable Soup

        This vegetable soup is the perfect meal as it is filling, healthy, easy to make and of course– delicious! The ingredient list is pretty simple: anything you want! You can use any vegetables you have on hand, and pasta & protein of your choice. The recipe linked above shares the ingredients to the “Secret Spice Blend” that will make this vegetable soup finger-licking good! 

         

         

         

        3. Black Bean Soup

        You’ll be able to whip up this 3-ingredient black bean soup in just 20 minutes! All you will need are canned black beans, chicken broth, and tomatoes. 




        Crock Pot Recipes 


        1. Sweet and Sour Chicken

        This 4-ingredient sweet and sour chicken is not only easy, it is also delicious!  All you need to make this yummy meal is chicken, sauces (orange marmalade & sweet chili), and pineapple (canned and crushed). Serve this over some fluffy white rice to make a filling meal. 

         

         

         

        2. Easy 3-Ingredient Chili

        This chili recipe is quick and easy, which is ideal for when you’re on the road. Grab your crockpot and throw in some ground beef, chili beans, and a can of Rotel or Hunt's Seasoned Diced Tomatoes in Sauce for Chili. Leave it cooking on low for 3-4 hours, and you’ve got a meal! 

         

         

         

        3. Creamy Italian Chicken

        This creamy crockpot italian chicken is to die for! To make it, you’ll need some cream of chicken soup, cream cheese, Italian dressing mix, and of course, chicken breasts. 




         

        Casseroles


        1. Creamy Ham and Potato Casserole

        You can never go wrong with potatoes and ham, which is why this casserole is a guaranteed hit! To make it, grab a pack of frozen potatoes with onions and peppers, cubed ham, shredded Colby-Monterey Jack cheese blend, condensed cream of chicken soup, and some sour cream. 

         



        2. Chicken-Alfredo Baked Penne

        No better meal to have on a cold fall night than a warm, hearty creamy chicken casserole. You’ll need penne pasta, chicken tenders (not breaded), Alfredo pasta sauce, and some shredded mozzarella cheese. Put it all together in the oven, and you’ve got a delicious meal on the way! 

         

         

         

        3. Overnight Country Sausage and Hash Brown Casserole

        If you have a busy day coming up and want something ready for the next day that you can literally just put in the oven and enjoy, this Overnight Country Sausage and Hash Brown Casserole is the recipe for you! You will need some bulk hot pork sausage, eggs, milk, Dijon mustard, O’Brien hash browns, shredded sharp Cheddar cheese. Mix everything together and let it rest for at least 8 hours. When you're ready to eat, simply stick it in the oven for 45-55 minutes. 



         

        We hope that this list of delicious recipes gave you some great RV dinner inspo! They are all perfect for the fall/winter season and they are quite basic in terms of ingredients and supplies, making them perfect to make in your RV. If you decide to try any of these recipes out, please show us by tagging us @lynxlevelers!

        A Guide To Celebrating Halloween in Your RV

        A Guide To Celebrating Halloween in Your RV

         

         

         

        Halloween is just around the corner, and many of you may be spending it on the road. If you are, it doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate the spooky holiday like everyone else. If anything, being on the road means you can spend Halloween anywhere… like on a haunted campground (but more on that later). In this blog, we’ll share some tips that will help you get into the Halloween spirit, even if you are on the road!

         

         

        1. Halloween Treats

        Is it really spooky season if you don’t indulge in some halloween-themed treats?! 


        It’s no question that fun treats are the perfect way to celebrate Halloween, however, baking supplies are limited on the road so it can be difficult to follow most recipes. But do not fret! In this blog, written by Chelsea’s Messy Apron, she shared some spooky-licious halloween treats that only need 3 ingredients! These recipes are simple and quick, making them perfect for when you’re RVing. 

         

         

        2. Decorate, duh!

        It goes without saying that one of the best ways to get into the Halloween spirit is by decorating. You can keep it simple by just adding a few fall decorations, or go all out and transform your motorhome into a full-on haunted house (or should we say haunted RV?). Below, we’ve shared some pictures of how some fellow RVers have decorated their motorhomes for the spooky holiday in the past: 

         

         

        Photo sourced here 

         

         

        3.  Pick Your Location Strategically

        There are numerous spooky (and possibly haunted) campgrounds across the United States and Canada that would make the perfect Halloween location. Last year, we dedicated an entire blog on six of the most haunted campgrounds in North America; check out our list and see if any of them intrigue you!

         

        Photo sourced here

          

        4. Make It A Party!

        Now that your decorations are up and treats are made, the only appropriate next step is to invite your campground neighbours and have a halloween bash! Here are some fun things you can do all together:

        • Set up a projector and watch a Halloween movie
        • Tell scary stories around the campfire
        • Play some games
        • Carve pumpkins 

          Photo sourced here

           

           

          Spending Halloween on the road is something that all RVers should experience at least once in their lives. If you'll be celebrating Halloween in your RV this year, please share your spooky pictures and tag us! 

          How To Transition From Summer To Fall While RVing

          How To Transition From Summer To Fall While RVing

          Happy official first day of fall! We hope that all the RVers out there had a great summer filled with amazing memories, and we also hope that you’re excited for the RV adventures that fall has in store for you.

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          10 Holiday Gift Ideas for The RV Owner on Your List

          10 Holiday and Christmas Gift Ideas for The RV Owner on Your List
          Holiday season is here! Many are starting to think about what gifts to get their loved ones, and if you have an RVer on your list, picking out a gift for them may be particularly hard. After all, what do you gift someone with limited RV space and who escapes to the woods specifically to get away from the materialistic city lifestyle? Well, do not fret-- we’ve got you covered! We’ve compiled a holiday gift guide with gifts that any RVer would love!

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