Make pizza in your pie iron with biscuit dough or Bread
Line your pie iron with foil for easy clean up.
Wrapping your meat in cabbage leaves will keep it from getting burnt to a crisp. The cabbage is dense and moist enough to create the perfect nonstick barrier.
A miniature Tic Tac box makes a great miniature tackle box.
Adding sage to your campfire or fire pit keeps mosquitoes and bugs away.
Kids can make an adorable and easy keepsake bracelet out of duct tape.
You can make your own out of popcorn kernels and aluminum foil.
Keep extra duct tape for emergencies right on your water bottle.
Make eggs and bacon in a paper bag.
Use an acorn cap to loudly whistle for help if youre lost in the woods.
Or make a willow whistle.
These compact towels can dry off two people after swimming and are dry to the touch within an hour of use.
Baileys dipped toasted marshmallows are a must for camping.
Make flaming Jell-O marshmallow shots. Fill the marshmallows with a Jell-o mixture and dip into rum.
Make a last-minute camping spoon with a knife and a plastic bottle.
Fill a gallon milk jug with water and 14 cup salt to use as a salt block for your cooler. The jugs mean that you wont get water all over your food when the ice melts. The salt will make the cold last longer.
Carry your seasonings in straws.
You can also keep seasonings, toppings, and condiments separate but organized in stackable pill containers.
Blue cheese filled bacon-wrapped mushrooms are the savory version of a campfire smore.
This is the coolest tarp trick Use a small stick to help secure the main center line. When pressure is put on one end, the line will tighten evenly, keeping the grommets from being torn out.
Pre-make your food and vacuum seal it.
Keep your toiletries hooked onto a shower caddy.
Slit foam swim noodles lengthwise and slip over each awning strut.
Carry some emergency TP in an Altoids container.
A 16-ounce water bottle will hold 89 large eggs.
This collapsible silicone coffee dripper takes up almost no space.
For fewer burrs, rub the laces of your hiking boots with paraffin before hitting the trail.
Corn chips like Fritos or Doritos make a great substitute kindling when starting a fire.
Make an inexpensive candle lantern out of a used tuna can and a candle.
Silicone cups are unbreakable and super easy to pack.
Make toothpaste dots. Spread them out on a plate, let them dry for 23 days, and then sprinkle baking soda over them. Once they dry, just pop them into a resealable plastic bag.
Keep your TP dry in a CD spindle.
If youre trying to save space because youre backpacking, take the tube out and flatten the toilet paper. Keep it in a plastic bag instead.
Instant grits will keep ants away from your campsite. Just sprinkle wherever you see the ants.
Use biodegradable trail marking tape so you dont get lost while hiking.
Safely remove a tick with a cotton ball soaked in liquid hand soap.Keep it on the tick for at least 20 seconds. The tick will cease biting, back out, and will remain stuck to the cotton ball when its pulled away. If the tick has been embedded for awhile, keep it in a jar so you can test it for Lyme disease.
Your deodorant doubles as a mosquito bite itch queller.
Glue sandpaper to the top of your match holder.
Cobble together a makeshift shower using a large water jug and a watering can head.