Make sure to stock your Campfire Cooking Kit with the essentials. The right camping cooking gear makes a huge difference when preparing camping recipes for hungry folks
Campfire Cooking Kit Tools For Easy To Reach Campsites
Enjoy staying at campsites that you can drive up to or to which you are close enough to easily carry camping gear? With this type of camping, your camping cooking kit options are less weight and space dependent.
Great camping cooking tools include:
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Lodge Deep Camp Dutch Oven, 8 Quart-The workhorse of campfire pots and pans, this Lodge Dutch Oven offers plenty of room for whipping up all sorts of yummy camping recipes. The flanged lid holds hot coals and inverts for use as a griddle. The built in legs allow the oven to sit perfectly over the campfire. This Dutch Oven comes pre-seasoned and improves with age. And speaking of age, Lodge has been making cast iron cookware since 1896, so you know its good.
Helpful dutch oven accessories include a 16″lid lifter and a 4-in-1 Camp Dutch Oven Tool that can serve as a trivet for the lid or holder to make the lid an extra cooking surface. Also, don’t forget some parchment Dutch Oven liners which help with making cooking cleanup a breeze.
Heavy Duty 24″ Folding Campfire Grill– Made from high quality coated steel with sturdy legs, this portable folding camping grill has been carefully designed with space in mind. The griddle/grill combo frees you up to prepare all types of food. The attached carrying handles make it easy to transport.
Coleman Gas Camping Stove–For when a campfire is not an option, I highly recommend this Coleman propane camping stove. Our family has used it on numerous campouts when there have been burn bans in our area. The two burners are great for being able to cook a main and a side dish at the same time. You can lay a griddle pan on top of the burners for breakfast dishes such as pancakes. The wind shield does a good job of protecting the flames on the burners from breezy conditions.
Cast Iron Griddle for Gas Stovetop-This griddle comes lightly seasoned from the factory and is designed to last a lifetime. It offers a good deal of surface area to work with by using either the flat or ridged side.
More Camping Cooking Tools
Camping Cookware Mess Kit-The set includes 1 large pot, 1 small pot, 1 fry pan, 2 stainless steel cups with silicone protectors, 2 stainless steel plates, 2 forks, 2 knives, 2 spoons with 2 storage bags, a cleaning cloth and a carrying bag. This set works for both drive up and backcountry camping. Use the mess kit with many different types of heat sources including campfire, propane stove, wood stove, foldable stove, mini stove, and a butane stove.
Camping Utensils Cookware Set in Compact Portable Black Bag-Keep the essential cooking tools that you need all in one place.
Pour Over Coffee Maker Set–For those whose day cannot begin without a cup of joe, this easy to use coffee maker will put some pep in your step.
Multi-Spice Dispenser–This flip-top shaker includes Paprika, Curry, Cayenne, Garlic Salt, Black Pepper, and Salt. Add a quick shot of flavor to your camping meals.
Melt Candle Company Fire Starters–These wood and wax blend fire starter squares make getting your fire going easy. They are water resistant and designed to work in both dry and damp conditions. These squares burn for up to ten minutes and are lightweight and space saving for easy inclusion in your campfire cooking kit.
Pop Up Trash Can-This lay flat trash can offers a convenient way to keep things tidy in your campsite.
Gear For Campout Cooking Fun
Marshmallow Roasting Sticks-Enjoy these colorful telescoping sticks that are great for both toasting marshmallows and cooking hot dogs and sausages. The axle on each stick rotates to help with more even cooking and the handles offer a large gripping area. Best of all, they come with a 100% money back guarantee.
Ice Cream Ball–The perfect food making fun for your next campout. Makes a pint of ice cream with about 25 minutes of active play.
Popcorn Pit Popper-The long handle and durable construction make this popcorn popper a slam dunk for whipping up an easy snack.
Picnic Blanket-A great place for your group to sit and chow down on some yummy camping eats. The blanket is waterproof and has a durable backside made of PEVA.
Campfire Cooking Kit Essentials for Backcountry and Hike In Camping
When you are hiking into your campsite, weight and space become big factors. Carrying around traditional campfire cooking gear is simply not an option other than the fold up/canteen style mess kits. Check out these well suited choices for carrying in a camping backpack.
Camping and Backpacking Stove Cooking System-This clever cooking setup has a push button ignition and offers consistent performance down to 20 degrees. The 1-Liter cooking cup is insulated and has metal handles that make it easy to work with. The cover on the bottom doubles as a measuring cup. A pot support can be added if you need to use a larger pot.
Collapsible Silicone Camping Drinkware Cup–Maximizing space is definitely the name of the game when it comes to carry in camping gear. This cup will lay practically flat, but when expanded will hold a cup of liquid. Heat resistant up to 440 degrees, it will not crack in cold weather. Other collapsible items to check out include this 22 fl oz. camping bowl, camping dinnerware set with zippered pouch that includes a plate, cup, and bowl and a camping kettle.
Now that you have a handle on what to keep in your Camping Cooking Kit, check out this camping recipe inspiration.