Camp cooking can be as simple or as extravagant as you want to make it, but campfire accessories always make the cooking process more fun.
One of the complications many run into when they’re cooking at a campsite is the fact that their not in a kitchen. When you cook in the comfort of your own home, you have access to everything you need: pots, pans, chef knives, cutlery, spatulas, and the list just goes on.
Typically when you’re on a campout, you pack the bare minimum: camping stove, one or two pots, and sporks. And don’t get us wrong, you can make plenty of tasty meals with limited kitchen supplies, but if you’re car camping, why not have the campfire accessories you need to fully enjoy your outdoor cooking experience?
Cook Your Next Camping Meal With These Campfire Accessories
Here are the camofire accessories you no longer have to keep in your home kitchen, but instead, can use while you prepare your delicious camp meals.
Unless you’re backpacking or relying solely on freeze dried food, coolers are essential to any camping experience in order to keep your perishables cool. But often, coolers are large, blocky, heavy, and inconvenient. Enter: the Cooler Backpack. This backpack keeps your food and beverages cold with either ice or ice packs. The roll top opening makes it easy to access your food, and its durable backpack style gives little grief when you need to carry the cooler from your car to the campsite. This cooler backpack is durable, comfortable to wear, and is great for short camping trips or a day outside.
CampFire Prep Set
Have you ever thought about bringing your cheese grater to the campsite? We hadn’t either until this packable CampFire Prep Set. This prep set comes stocked with a chef’s knife, wooden spatula, wooden spoon, wooden cooking fork, and a grater. These utensils will bring your camp cooking up a notch; you’ll feel like you’re cooking in your kitchen at home—except with a better view.
Campfire Cutting Set
A chef’s knife is only as good as the board you’re using to dice your onions. Frequently, campers use cheap dull knives and any plastic surface they can find to cut, chop, and prepare their meal. With this oak cutting board, you’ll have a steady and strong surface to serve all of your chipping needs. The cutting board has a natural self-disinfectant effect, so clean up will be a breeze. The CampFire Cutting Set is proof that food prep can be fun, easy, and done in style while you’re out in the woods.
Lightweight TrailCutlery Tritan
So often, camp cutlery is combined—you’ll have a spork on one and and a knife on the other, or the side of your fork might be serrated to act as a knife. It makes sense, when you’re camping, and especially backpacking, you want to save weight. With the Lightweight TrailCutlery Tritan, you won’t sacrifice any of your utensils for a lighter load. These items are featherweight light and made with Tritan plastic. These are durable and BPA safe. Your load will be light without the sacrifice of any utensil.
If you cook using an apron, then you’re a chef that takes their meal prep seriously. The CampFire Apron might seem like a camp luxury, but its use goes beyond style, and it protects your clothes from the grease and soot associated with camp cooking. This apron has plenty of pockets for to make access to your cooking essentials convenient. Most importantly, the apron’s buckle also functions as a bottle opener, so you can enjoy a cold brew while you cook by the campfire.