Lunch Box Stove Recipes – On The Road

Lunch Box Stove Recipes – On The Road

Previously we have advocated for the lunch box stove, so it only makes sense to put the product to good use with some recipe suggestions. Today we will be spotlighting a few easy meals you can make from the comfort of your rig inside of the lunchbox stove unit. These recipes have come from trucker forums shared by real truckers. We’ll take their experience over anyone else’s.
 

Quick Omelette

You’ll need-
Egg Beaters
Pre cooked meat (ham, sausage, bacon, etc)
Salt and pepper (optional)
1 cheese slice
In a foil pan liner pour in enough egg beater to cover the bottom. Add salt, pepper and meat. Close lid and allow to cook for 5-10 minutes until egg mix is almost completely cooked. Place cheese on top and finish cooking until cheese is melted.
 

Easy 4 ingredient BBQ Baked Beans and Weenies

You’ll need-
1 can of pork and beans drained of all liquid
Some Honey BBQ Sauce (enough to coat the beans)
1/4 cup brown sugar (optional)
2 or more hot dogs, cut up. Ration to your liking
Mix all items together in loaf pan. Allow to cook for at least 1 hour up to 4 hours.
 

 Ham Medley Casserole

What you’ll need-
1 can french cut green beans (undrained)
1 can diced potatoes (drained)
1 small can mushrooms pieces and stems (drained, optional)
1 small can Hormel ham (undrained and chopped up)
*This recipe requires a small amount of water underneath the pan for steaming purposes*
Combine ingredients (do not drain beans or ham) in a small oven bag
Tie shut bag, place in aluminum pan and place in lunchbox stove
Cook 35-45 minutes, remove and open carefully, there could be steam.
 

 Creamy Turkey Alfredo

What you’ll need-
1 jar alfredo sauce (can be substituted for marinara)
1 can mushrooms drained
2 cups rotini pasta
1 cup smoked chicken or turkey cut up in chunks
*This recipe requires 1/2 filled bottom of water underneath underneath the pan for steaming purposes*
Mix all ingredients in baking bag
put into aluminum pan
put 4 small slits in top of baking bag
bake in cooker for 2 to 3 hours until pasta is done.
We sincerely hope that this article was helpful for providing you with new and interesting foods to try while on the road. Your nutrition and health is very important to us! Make sure to plan ahead with lunch box cooker recipes, as some of them can take a few hours before becoming ready to serve. As always, ILoca wishes you safe and happy travels during the upcoming weekend. Enjoy!

Your Partner For The Long Haul ®

 
 
Sources:
https://www.classadrivers.com/forum/food-health/28260-few-lunch-box-oven-recipes.html
https://www.truckersforum.net/forum/threads/cooking-otr-101.62416/

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