Oven Free Christmas Meals to Make in Your Motorhome
You can add anything you like to the toast and tomatoes, we suggest fresh basil, pesto, Bocconcini and Balsamic!
It’s such a great staple for summer and has those bright Christmas colours!
Halloumi wrapped in Prosciutto is so easy to prepare and can be cooked on a barbeque or your motorhomes stovetop within minutes!
Prosciutto Wrapped Haloumi
Fresh Prawns, iceberg lettuce and a nice mix of tomato sauce and mayonnaise is all you need for this delicious and traditional meal.
Pack your rice paper with vermicelli noodles and whatever else your stomach desires!
Red cabbage, sauerkraut, mint leaves & avocado are always great and colourful options.
For a non-vegan addition, add some prawns and cocktail sauce!
Avocado Rice Paper Roll
It is a beautiful dish full of Christmas classics and nutritious greens that pairs exceptionally well with whatever else you choose to serve on the day. Bring some buns and brie cheese for an epic salad roll.
Rocket, Turkey and Cranberry salad
A glazed ham is one of the most popular dishes to serve on Christmas day – and the leftovers are a great sandwich filler!
Fry it on the barbeque for a warm, charred dish.
Baked Ham & Gravy
If you’re holidaying on the coast, head to a local market and source some Balmain Bugs!
Chuck them on the barbeque with some butter, lime juice and garlic for an unforgettable Christmas feast.
Barbequed Balmain Bug
For a yummy vegetarian dish, hold the meat and opt for Pear and Pomegranate Tacos.
Pear & Pomegranate Taco
All you need is cream and a few packets of ripple cookies! For convenience, opt for a pre whipped cream if you can.
Bring along a Bundt Tin (aka a doughnut-shaped cake tray) to help turn the biscuits into an incredible Christmas wreath cake!
Choc Ripple Christmas Wreath Cake
There are plenty of recipes out there that will give you the secret to a good pavlova – no oven required.
Top it with fresh fruit such as strawberries, kiwi fruit, passionfruit and/or raspberries
It’s as easy as crushing some mint slice biscuits, mixing them with cream cheese and then rolling them into balls.
After a few hours in the fridge, melt some chocolate, roll them around, and decorate the tops.
Choc Mint Slice Christmas Ball
Create an epic cheese plate in the shape of a Christmas tree.
Add cheese, fruit, nuts and chocolates.