Mobile Meals in your Motorhome!

February 20, 2020

One of the best things about Class A living is enjoying the large kitchen with full-sized appliances. That’s one of the reasons Class As, like the Palazzo® diesel pusher, is a popular choice for those who live in their RV full-time or for extended lengths of time. The Palazzo kitchen comes standard with everything needed to make the following recipe, such as:

  • Electric induction cooktop
  • Stainless residential refrigerator with ice maker
  • Over the range convection microwave oven

Learn more about Palazzo Class A Diesel motorhomes.


Low Calorie/Carb Wedding Soup

You will need:

1 large chopped onion

2 tbs. minced garlic

6 c chicken broth

1 container of spinach

4 eggs

1 c parmesan

1 tsp oregano

Salt to taste


To make meatballs, combine:

1 lb. meat

½ c chopped onion

2 eggs

1 tsp oregano

½ c parmesan

Salt and pepper

Bake at 425º for 25 mins *meatballs can be purchased precooked



Cook onion and garlic

Add broth and bring to a boil

Add spinach and reduce heat


Add meatballs

Mix eggs and a little cheese

Pour eggs into soup



Sprinter kitchens are sufficient for a small motorhome, and they pack in all the necessities in a neatly designed package that allows you to cook nutritious and balanced meals. For an example of a meal perfectly paired to these amenities of the Tiburon™ Sprinter kitchen, see below:

  • Pressed laminate kitchen countertops
  • Large stainless bowl sink and faucet with pull-down sprayer
  • Gas cooktop with electric start and glass cover

Learn more about Tiburon Sprinter motorhomes. 

Sausage with Bowtie Pasta and Asparagus

You will need:

I package of your favorite sausage

1 box of bowtie pasta

1 lb. of chopped asparagus

1 small chopped onion

4 cloves of garlic

½ c parmesan



Cook pasta according to directions on box.

Sauté sausage until cooked thoroughly, breaking up as it cooks.

Toss in garlic and onion, cooking until tender 5-7 minutes.

Drain pasta, in a bowl combine pasta and sausage mix. Top with cheese.

Cook asparagus for 3 minutes in boiling water.

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If you don’t enjoy cooking on your vacation, have the kids join in! The Gemini® RUV™ has room for the whole family and a kitchen for cooking your favorite stovetop meals. To skip the need for baking in your motorhome, you can make your meal ahead of time and reheat in the microwave. To meal prep the recipe below, let cool, cover and store in the refrigerator for up to two days before reheating. Check out Gemini’s family-friendly kitchen features below:

  • Protective cover and task lighting over cooktop
  • Convection microwave oven
  • Two-burner gas cooktop with electric start

Learn more about Gemini RUV motorhomes.

Cooking with Kids Mac & Cheese Mystery Middles

You will need:

3 bags of your favorite cheese blend

Thick slices of cheese

16 oz box of macaroni

5 ½ c of milk

½ c flour

Food to put in mac and cheese


A few slices of Texas toast

1 stick of butter



Melt 2 tb of butter

Cut bread in cubes

Soak bread in melted butter and set aside

Melt 4 tb of butter

Add flour and whisk

Pour hot milk into flour/butter mix and whisk until it gets thick

Remove from heat

Pour in bags of cheese and stir until melted

Cook macaroni subtracting 2 minutes from directions on box

Drain and add to cheese sauce

Spoon mixture into ramekin filling halfway

Place your fixings into mac and cheese

Fill ramekin the rest of the way with another scoop of mac and cheese

Place cheese slice on top

Place butter-soaked bread cubes on top of cheese

Bake at 375º for 30 minutes or until cheese is bubbly and bread is toasted

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