Since we were camping next door to my parents, we decided to split up the meal responsibilities. It worked great, giving each family more time to sightsee and explore or relax. Sharing mealtimes together was a nice way to spend time together and gave us time to plan the day’s activities too.
Jim enjoyed taking on the task of cooking breakfasts. At home, he put together a spread sheet with what we would have for breakfast each day, and made a corresponding shopping list as well as a list of things to buy and bring to make it all come together smoothly.
He made some non-SCD items but always included something I could have.
For example, he made sunrise sandwiches with English muffins, bacon, eggs, and cheese and made two separate eggs with cheese for me and I added bacon, fruit, and decaf black tea for a hearty meal.
When they had French toast and sausage, I had SCD yogurt with honey, and fruit.
Bear Sign donuts were a big hit for everyone else another morning and they all enjoyed eggs, Costco precooked bacon, and fruit along with me.
When everyone else had pancakes, I enjoyed the other meal components: Hatch Chili Cheesy Eggs with bacon and fruit… and it was plenty!
With a jar of SCD yogurt with honey on hand along with some fruit, eggs, bacon, and decaf black tea, you can go a long way on a camping trip!
So, where are you all vacationing this summer? Any camping plans? I hope this is a help to you as you plan your SCD menus!
Up next: Part 2: Lunches in Yosemite…
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