HOW TO PACK EGGS FOR CAMPING: THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE

HOW TO PACK EGGS FOR CAMPING: THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE

Wrap them in a towel or bubble wrap for extra cushion. This will prevent the eggs from breaking & creating a mess around.

Pack eggs in a egg holder and put in the middle of cooler or insulated bag to protect them from being jostled around.

Bring dried eggs to camping because they have longer shelf life of approximately 10 years. 

Refrigerate hard-boiled eggs and put them in the middle of your camping cooler with some ice.