When camping, no one wants the meal times to be complicated, but that doesn’t mean you can’t eat healthy! Proper planning before your departure and a few tips to make sure you bring the RIGHT containers, the essentials, will allow you to prepare delicious and healthy meals in a flash!
Go ahead, take your Tupperware containers out for some fresh air!
First, choose containers that are square or rectangular, they allow you to maximize the available space, but it’s also important to bring a few round ones for their airtight seal.
Only take out the frozen items at the very last minute (a maximum of frozen items will allow you to keep your cooler much colder and with any extra ice), that way you can restock on ice only on 2!
|Use airtight containers to store a lighter, newspaper, matches and toilet paper. Like the Large Carry-All with handle or a Modular Mate rectangle 4. You’ll need 2 Quick Shake containers:
A Slim Line Pitcher, or 3 1L ECO bottles for milk, juice and water. Don’t forget to transfer a bottle of wine to a 750mL ECO bottle!
Mini Stuffables Set (250-500 and 750 mL), for yogurt and or for a fresh baguette of bread (sliced)
Hamburger keepers with frozen patties
FridgeSmarts for your fruits and veggies
Place your marshmallows in a Super Cereal Sorer
Fridge Stackable set:
Season Serve container (junior or regular) containing your marinated frozen meats
The Freezer Mates collection really eliminates wasted space!
Modular Mates Super Oval 1 or 2: One for your cooking utensils, and one for your eating utensils
Modular Mates Super Oval 1 with Pour-all seal for rice
Modular Mates Rectangle 2 for chips that keep their crisp!
Modular Mates Rectangle 2 for napkins, dishcloths, kitchen towels
Salt and Pepper shakers
Flatout containers can serve as bowls
With all these tricks and tips you can now say that camping means simplicity and great food!
Have a good camping!