Are you backpacking or car camping? If you are car camping, bring plates and bowls. If you are backpacking, make one-pot meals. Here's my menu from my latest backpack trip (last weekend). Note that this took a lot of effort in advance to make the pemmican, dried veggies and dried chicken.
Homemade pemmican (dried beef pulverized in blender and mixed with melted grass-fed beef tallow and dried cherries)
Home dehydrated veggies that I soaked in water in a peanut butter jar as I hiked.
One pemmican puck (either homemade beef pemmican without cherries or coconut pemmican which is made of coconut and melted beef tallow)
Home dehydrated chicken went with the meals that had coconut pemmican
Melted the pemmican puck into the re-hydrated veggies on my stove.
Same as lunch
A date/almond butter, coconut, dried banana bar I made
Hot toddies (burbon, true lemon, cinnamon and honey from my friend who is a bee keeper.)
My stove: Caldera Cone System | Trail Designs
Female, 5'3", 50, Starting weight: 163lbs. Current weight: 135 (more or less).
I can squat 187.5lbs, press 75lbs and deadlift 200lbs