Lunch and Snack Ideas for Camp!

My girls recently went to a very active, outdoor all-day camp in some crazy southern heat. A few of the days they were there, the high temperature was inching toward 100 degrees! So I wanted to be sure I kept them fueled with plenty of wholesome food (and lots of cold water too, of course).

Here’s a little recap of what I packed for them each day, although I was told I packed a little too much food a couple of the days because they couldn’t always eat everything. Better safe than sorry though when they’re away from home for that long! :)

Lunch and Snack Ideas for Camp on 100 Days of #RealFood

A Week’s Worth of Lunch and Snack Ideas for Camp

Lunch and Snack Ideas for Camp on 100 Days of #RealFood
Day 1 Camp Lunch and Snacks

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Lunch and Snack Ideas for Camp on 100 Days of #RealFood
Day 2 Camp Lunch and Snacks

Day 2 Contents:

Lunch and Snack Ideas for Camp on 100 Days of #RealFood
Day 3 Camp Lunch and Snacks

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Lunch and Snack Ideas for Camp on 100 Days of #RealFood
Day 4 Camp Lunch and Snacks

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Lunch and Snack Ideas for Camp on 100 Days of #RealFood
Day 5 Camp Lunch and Snacks

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What other ideas do you have for camp lunches and snacks? Please share in the comments! :)

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23 thoughts on “Lunch and Snack Ideas for Camp!”

  1. I love these ideas! I think I will be sending these for my boys. Also, I make a spicy trail mix they like. It has chex corn, and wheat kind, potato stix, corn flakes, and if you like you can add peanuts or not. You heat oil (approx. 1 tablespoon), add mustard seeds, (and curry leaves, if you have). Then add 1/2 box of each cereal and stix. along with salt, turmeric, hot pepper to taste. saute until lightly toasted. Remove from heat and let cool. Store in airtight container.

      1. Technically speaking neither do “Raisins” as per the original recipe. The point is it’s better than chips, cookies and the plethora of prepacked snacks out there. and other snack foods. You can use any whole grain cereals if you want to sub. If you decide, you can use almonds or any other nut.

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