Camping Tip: When talking eggs, don't bring actual eggs. Get a container (like Coffeemate) and put in one egg at a time. You can mark the outside with a Sharpie to show how many eggs you've got, as well as give it a good shake for scrambled eggs. Par-freeze it so it can last longer.
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scrambled-eggs Eggs are a staple breakfast that everyone loves. To create this easy meal while camping the easiest thing to do it break them into a bottle with a lid (i.e. a water bottle, creamer bottle, etc). Add a little milk (optional) and shake it before pouring it into the pan to cook. It’ll save a bowl, wisp, and it recycles a bottle!
Camping Tip: Eggs I read this tip on a camping site and I tell you, it was the best. I emptied a dozen eggs into a mason jar for easy travel. They fit perfect in the cooler without the worry of breaking them. You just pour them out as you need them. It was a great tip so I figured I’d pass it along.