You’ll have a memorable time camping when you have a well stocked camping kitchen. Campers burn a lot of energy playing all day so they get hungry fast. Having a camp kitchen checklist will assist you in remembering all the items you’ll need to bring so you won’t get stuck short handed.
That being said, preparing and packing for a camping trip can take a considerable amount more time and effort than preparing to head away to an all inclusive hotel! Rather than rely on someone else to cook for you and the family, you tend to need to bring all of he family’s catering needs with you in the back of the car!
So what do you need to pack to make sure that the kids, as well as you and your significant other, don’t go hungry during your camping trip away? Here comes your ultimate checklist to campsite cooking!
Campsite Cooking – The Ultimate Checklist
The stove (think quality over price and bring something that is capable of cooking up great meals)
– Fuel for the stove
– A few pots and pans of various sizes
– A pot grabber (this one is crucial!)
– Food storage containers
– Mugs and cups
– Plenty of matches or lighters
– Cutting boards
– Sharp knives
– A can opener
– A bottle opener
– Portable coffee maker
– Plenty of food choices with a good choice of treats.
Of course our list is by no means exhaustive, there are plenty more utensils and items that are useful for campsite cooking. A great way to work out what you need is to set up a campsite kitchen in your back garden and try cooking a typical campsite meal. You will quickly see what items you are running into the kitchen for!