#1 – Protein Bars
Speaking of premade items, packing a box of protein bars is a great way to have an ‘emergency’ breakfast ready in case you don’t feel like cooking – or simply don’t have time.
#2 – Griddle French Toast
Using leftover bread from lunches or dinners, heat up a griddle and quickly cook the bread after it has been soaked in a mixture of eggs and milk. Of course, a little bit of bacon would make a great pairing with your French toast.
#3 – Breakfast Pies
Think of this breakfast option as a modified grilled cheese sandwich. Make the grilled cheese as you normally would, only fill the center with your choice of breakfast ingredients like eggs, bacon, and sausage.
#4 – Breakfast Pizza
To enjoy this unique breakfast, use biscuit dough to form the crust and top with eggs, breakfast meats, cheese, and more.
#5 – Yogurt and Granola
This is an option that you can pack at the start of the trip for use either as a breakfast, or a snack later in the day.
#6 – Peanut Butter on a Banana
If you have never tried peanut butter on a banana, consider giving it a try as a camping breakfast. Plenty of protein comes along with the great taste that this quick option has to offer.
#7 – All-American Breakfast
The kitchen equipment in your RV should be more than enough to create this classic seen in diners all around the country. Eggs, bacon, hash browns, and toast are common elements, along with a side of coffee or juice.
#8 – Biscuits and Gravy
If you have left over ground beef from another meal, consider putting it to use in a delicious breakfast of scratch-made biscuits and gravy.