shopping list for cooking when camping:
. Starchy foods: rice, pasta, quinoa, semolina, rolled oats, sandwich bread, potatoes
. Protein: tinned tuna, barbecue chicken skewers, sardines, smoked salmon, ham
. Dairy products: yoghurt, milk, sliced cheese, fromage frais (but take note: they won't keep very long in a cool bag)
. Fresh fruit and vegetables:courgettes, tomatoes, onions, peppers, lemons, avocados, bananas, apricots.
. Tins: green beans and kidney beans, corn, ratatouille, coconut milk, pesto.
. Seasoning: salt & pepper, olive oil, lemon juice
. Miscellaneous: bin bags, sponges, washing up liquid (the essentials that you tend to forget when you're on holiday;)
To save time during your holiday you can prepare a few recipes in advance which you can pack and take with you.
For breakfast, remember cereal in a freezer bag or even shortcake biscuits and madeleines for the children's afternoon snack (or for your own enjoyment!)
Make your own vinaigrette and keep it in a sealed bottle or just a water bottle.
If preparing meals to eat at the campsite, freeze them in advance so they'll keep for as long as possible.