Meal Plan and Grocery/Packing List for a Week Long Glamping Trip to Purdon Groves
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If you want to learn more about the super awesome 'glamping" spot we found in central TX read on!

Click the image to check out Purdon Groves Glamping site where we stayed! (Tell Sherry and Houston we sent you!)

A few months ago we decided to take our family of 4 on an off-grid vacation to disconnect from the world and reconnect with each other. I did some research and came across an adorable little farm in Purdon TX that offered "glamping" tents that are fully furnished and all we had to bring was food and toiletries! That's my kind of camping, ahem...the kind with real beds! 

It was a wonderful experience complete with a tour of the farm and the kids got to help feed the pigs, donkey, goats, chickens and ducks and find fresh farm eggs daily and play on the rope swing and hammock and just enjoy nature. We played cards and dice games and cooked great food over the open fire. 

Que the "meat" (pun intended) of this blog. While we were there I noticed that many of the other glampers drove into town to eat instead of cooking for themselves despite the fact that their tents were also equipped with mini-fridges and a fire pit with a cooking grate. This puzzled me because half of the fun of camping, at least to me, is cooking over the fire! It doesn't get much better than fire-roasted, well pretty much anything....right? 

So then I thought well, I grew up around a campfire and making a meal plan for the week came naturally to me so why not share it so others can know exactly what they need for the week and what to cook! If you're going to glamp for the week to make things effortless, why not hit the easy button on the meal plan too? ! 

Check it out here 

Sorry, not sorry kiddos for posting this great picture of you two passed out on the way home! 

Okay now that you know about the awesome spot we found, here is the meal plan and grocery list you're here for! 

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Snack: Granola Bars, Nachos and S'mores 
Dinner: Sausage, Potatoes and Brussels Sprouts 

The animals are friendly and also love to check out what you're cooking! 

Breakfast: Eggs, hashbrowns, sausage, tomatoes and avacado
Lunch: Fajita Quesadillas (We made them with meat, peppers, cheese and black beans) 
Dinner: Steak and salad 

Breakfast: Oatmeal and Fruit
Lunch: Burgers and skillet fried potatoes or chips 
Dinner: Shrimp, crab cakes and Corn on the cob 

How we cooked the corn: Husk the corn, slather with butter and salt, cover again with husks, wrap in foil place on the fire and turn regularly for about 10 minutes. 

Premade crab cakes came out perfect! 

Breakfast: Protein pancakes, eggs, sausage and fruit 
Lunch: Wood fire pizzas and salad
Dinner: Chicken, Squash and Zucchini 

The kids loved this meal that they got to make themselves! 

Breakfast: Breakfast Tacos
Lunch: Sandwiches, nut butter and jelly 
Dinner: At home 

Grocery List: 

Brussels Sprouts 
Cherry Tomatoes 
Individually packaged smashed avocado
Bagged salad of choice (2)
Corn on the cob 
Red and green pepper 
Watermellon (I got slices) 

1 - 2 Dozen eggs (Depending on the size of you 
Mozzarella Shredded Cheese 
Cheddar Shredded Cheese 

Ground Coffee (I have a stovetop coffee maker that worked great!) 
Snack bars of choice 
Instant oatmeal 
Instant protein pancake mix or preferred flavor 
Tortilla Chips
Crackers and or chips 
Black beans
Pizza Sauce 
Can of black beans 
Naan Bread (For pizza crust) 
Chocolate Squares 
Graham Crackers 
Nut butter 

Meat & Seafood: 
Premarinated fajita chicken or beef
Peeled, deveined shrimp
Crab cakes  
Breakfast sausage links 
Smoked sausage 
Pepperoni or preferred pizza topping 
Chicken beasts 
Small sirloin steaks (or cut of choice) 

Hamburger Patties 

Packing list: 
Wash basin for dishes 
Dish soap 
Dish sponge 
Scrub brush or pot scrubber 
Cast iron skillet 
Flat skillet (Click to see one similar to the one we have)
Medium stainless steel pot 
Lid for the pot 
Cooking spoon 
Can opener
Paper towels 
Bottled water 
Paper plates 
Aluminum foil 
Plastic utensils 
Stovetop Coffee Maker (Click to see the one I loved so much I still use it every day!)

I hope this helps you enjoy your family getaway that much more stress-free! If you would like an e-mail with the meal plan sent to your inbox click here and we will send it right over! (I promise not to spam you, that's not how I roll!) 


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