Cooking while camping can sometimes be tricky, especially when you can’t always bring all the necessary cooking utensils and equipment. That’s why it’s helpful to prepare ahead where you can. A great way to save on time is to wash and chop veggies at home. Keep them fresh by storing them in containers or reusable zip lock bags.
To prevent any cracked or broken eggs simply empty them into a jar and store in your chiller, ready to pour out as you need.
For an easy and tasty breakfast, put together a pre-made pancake mix at home and store in a jar. Then just add your wet ingredients and give it a good shake when you’re ready to use it.
To keep food fresh and chilled for longer, fill up large bottles with water and freeze. You can use these instead of ice packs that defrost quickly. Not only do they stay frozen for longer, you can drink the water once it’s defrosted.
Try out this handy hack to create your own camp lantern. Simply use an old, washed out, large opaque milk bottle with the sticker removed. Fill it with water and then attach a headlamp around the outside, with the light pointing in. Simply turn on the headlamp and enjoy.
A handy hack to keep pesky ants from crawling through your food is to put a small container or tray under each table leg and fill them with water. This prevents the ants from being able to climb up and get to your food.