Family Camping – 24 Hours Overnight Camping With A Kid – Lepispea Estonia

Family Camping – 24 Hours Overnight Camping With A Kid – Lepispea Estonia

Family Camping – 24 Hours Overnight Camping With A Kid – Lepispea Estonia
This is a special summer camping trip we made with our child. She’s 7-years old and we have chosen this Camping and Caravan site called Lepispea (URL:

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We made a preparation list of things to bring:
Flash Light
Air Mattress
Air Step Air Pump
4-Men Tent
3 Sleeping Bags
Air Pillows
Mobile Refridgerator/Cooler
Mosquitoes Repellent
Picnic Mat
Canned Food

Camping Cooking Equipment:
Kitchen Set (Pot, Pan)
Robens Firefly Stove
Jetboil Jetpower Fuel
Matches (or lighter)

Kitchen Towels (Disposable ones or reusable)
Battery Chargers for all gadgets (mobile phones)
Games for Young Child (Board Game, Badminton Set)
Toiletries (Toothpaste, Toothbrush, face towels, body soap, shampoo for hair)
First Aid Kit
Multi-Purpose Tool

• —– • C O O K I N G • —– •

Wooden spoon

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Cutleries (Spoons, forks)
Reusable or recyclable paper plates
*Optional: Thermal Lunchbox (to store one-pot excess)

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Shakshuka Recipe: Bacon, Onions, Tomatoes, Butter Beans, Chicken Stock or Bouillon cube, Parsley/oregano, chilli flakes, salt, bread

One of our family favorite breakfast is the Palacsinta or Pancakes in Hungarian style. Its ingredients are eggs, flour, milk & water. It is absolutely easy to make! We just love it with cocoa powder (here we bought the Nesquik) 🙂 Sometimes we spread it with the Hungarian cottage cheese filling too 🙂 It smells great especially with some fresh lemon juice on the cottage cheese. The key difference of these Palacsinta to the American pancakes is that you’ve got to make it very very thin 🙂

1 egg
1 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup milk
Pinch salt
1 cup carbonated mineral water
Oil for cooking pancakes

Mix eggs, flour, milk, and salt to make a smooth pancake batter. Let the batter rest for 1 hour.

Stir in the carbonated water at the last moment, just before cooking the pancakes.

Heat an 8-inch frying pan. When the pan is hot, add 1/4 teaspoon oil. Swirl to cover the bottom of the pan.

Pour a ladle of the batter into the pan and gently tip and twist the pan so that the batter THINLY covers the entire bottom of the pan. When the top of the batter bubbles, turn the pancake over and cook for 4 or 5 seconds longer. Remove the pancake. Continue until the batter is all cooked; add a little oil before cooking each pancake.


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Breakfast Ingredient: For Pancakes: Oil, Flour, Eggs, Milk
Recipe link:

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