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70 Best Canned Foods for Camping: No Refrigeration (+ Recipes)

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Wondering what canned food for camping you should pack? We’ve got you covered.

When heading out camping, whether backpacking, hiking or by car, being prepared is essential. Food is a necessity, but can be messy to make and clean up.

We’ve found this is important in our own camping adventures, especially when you don’t have all your regular kitchen tools handy. Or an easy way to keep fresh food cold.

Which is why we’ve gathered the best canned foods for camping including our top picks; canned tuna & salmon, peaches, chili and stuffed grape leaves.

Plus some camping recipes and meal ideas to make your trip planning easier. Based on our 30+ years camping experience.

There are plenty of nutritious options to keep your belly full and happy, and your family full of energy for the days adventures. We camp every year as a family, and these are our quick grab go-tos for easy meals.

Ready to dive into our huge list of family favorites? Let’s go!

BEST CANNED FOODS FOR CAMPING

While generally fresh foods pack more of a nutritional punch, canned foods have been a camping staple for a long time. Due to their long shelf life, ease of storage, and pest-proof packaging.

They are a great option for a hearty meal, or a side dish that still retains good nutritional value.

Plus check out the BONUS camping recipes at the end of our HUGE list of canned camping foods.

Best canned foods for camping, chili for breakfast. Camp stove and young girl with bowls of chili.
Canned Chili for Breakfast – Our camping tradition | Photo: Packed for Life

We often head to the grocery store and buy a combination of heartier fresh fruits, and fresh vegetables. To supplement our canned foods, for more balanced meals, and to satisfy our taste buds.

  • If you are eating a vegetarian, gluten-free or low-carb diet, there are plenty of options on this list for you too.

My favorite is that they can often be a one pot meal, cooked over the camp stove with minimal prep and clean up. More time for outdoor adventures, or relaxing around the campfire.

Plus they make good options for emergency situations, or to keep in your survival stash at home, if you don’t use them up on your trip. Just keep an eye on the expiration date.

Canned Meat

Canned Meats on a shelf; Spam, Cooked Ham and Vienna Sausage
Tinned meat ideas for your next camping trip | Photo: Packed for Life

Canned versions of meat products make for an easy meal base, and are a great source of protein.

Fresh meat easily spoils. So unless you have a good cooler and access to lots of ice, or are travelling in an RV with a fridge, it’s a good idea to skip out on fresh.

Canned meat options include canned ham, poultry, pork, corned beef, beef and Spam. Mini hot dogs such as Vienna Sausages are available too. Childhood nostalgia in a can.

Tinned meat can be added to any recipe you have, such as:

  • Stews
  • Soups
  • Chicken salad or other meat salads
  • Taco Salads,
  • Burritos or tortilla wraps
  • Omlettes
  • Pasta Sauce

1. Ham

UNDERWOOD DEVILED HAM SPREAD

While canned ham is most commonly mixed with a bit of mayo and slathered on bread, you can add it to many recipes.

Including pasta, soup, omlettes, and fried rice. Or make ham, cheddar and green chili breakfast sandwiches on english muffins or as a quesadilla.

PRO CAMP TIP: Pack little packages of mayonnaise if you don’t have access to a cooler. We also take our stash of small soya sauce, ketchup, vinegar and other condiment packages that clutter our kitchen drawers.

2. Spam

Plates of fried spam and eggs over rice. Spam Loco Moco
Spam Loco Moco | Photo by Balance with Jess

Spam, though tasty when fried up, isn’t the healthiest addition to the list, but it is tasty in a pinch.

You’re likely in the camp of either loving it or hating. However its simple list of ingredients make it the best of the processed meat options.

Recipes: Check out the recipes for Spam at the bottom of this post. Spam Loco Moco & Spam Musabi are Hawaiian favourites.

70 easy no fridge camping food and make ahead & easy recipes. Campsite, canned fruit, camp burritos.

3. Chicken

Easy Canned Chicken Salad | Photo by Caramel & Cashews

Canned chicken is a good source of protein for your camp meals. It can be used in yummy recipes such as pineapple chicken, tacos or tossed in chicken salads.

4. Vienna Sausages

Tins of cooked ham and vienna sausages
Photo: Packed for Life

Vienna sausages make a quick snack with crackers, cheese and some fresh veggies.

Is it the healthiest option? Probably not. But it’s not like you are eating these mini hots dogs every day.

We prefer bringing pepperoni sticks, or beef jerky to vienna sausages for the taste. Many brands can even be kept non-refrigerated.

5. Pork Chile Verde

Photo: Stokes

Easy, ready-made Mexican food in a can. Pork Chile Verde can be heated up and put on rice, or wrapped in tortillas as enchiladas. Or use on top of a fried egg and English muffin for a tasty breakfast.

6. Corned Beef

Iberia Corned Beef in a tin

Canned corned beef makes great camp food as it’s high in protein and already well flavored.

Fry it up with eggs for breakfast, or use in potato pancakes, sandwiches and meatballs.

Recipe: Spiced cornbeef hash

7. Turkey

Canned turkey may not be the first option that comes to mind. Much like chicken, it can be used in similar recipes, such as sandwiches, salads, wraps, soups and pasta dishes.

8. Ground Beef

Canned ground beef is handy to add to soups (taco soup is yummy), pasta sauce, sloppy joes, chili, and the like.

Usually we just grab a can of spaghetti with meat sauce or chili to make it super easy instead.

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Canned Seafood

5 tins of canned seafood open on a counter.
Canned Seafood makes some of the best camping meals

Canned seafood such as tuna can be handy to have on hand, or as emergency supplies. These days you can even get small flavored tins, or as a small pack with crackers, making it a portable snack.

Canned seafood can be used in recipes such as:

  • Sandwiches
  • Toppings for salads
  • Tacos
  • Pasta Salads
  • Salmon Burgers and Patties

9. Salmon

Our family favorite is wild salmon from Raincoast or the Wild Planet brands. I’ll often just eat it on crackers or tasty bread as a snack.

Salmon is full of nutrients, protein and Omega-3s. Making it a versatile and healthy canned camping food.

Get the boneless, skinless kind, for easy, kid friendly meals.

Recipe: Campfire Salmon Stew

10. Tuna

Bowl of tuna pasta spahetti with parsley.
Quick & Easy Canned Tuna Pasta | Photo by The Foodie Physician

Look for wild, sustainably caught tuna like Wild Planet or Raincoast.

A can of tuna is so synonymous with camping and travel, it’s hard to imagine a trip without it. I’ll often bring a couple of cans as back up, just in case.

Add it to salads, sandwiches, wraps, pasta,  casserole or other  camping meals.

Best no fridge camping food & recipes. with sardines, spam musabi and variousopen canned foods.

11. Sardines

Sardines in olive oil may be an aquired taste for some, but they make the perfect camping food. Full of protein, omega 3s, vitamins and minerals, sardines are a healthy, convenient food.

Recipe: Place on a piece of tasty bread, cracker, or rice cake with a bit of avocado & a dash of hot sauce for a tasty, quick lunch. Keep it simple for the kids, and just add it plain.

12. Mackerel

Three tins of mackerel and sardines in a small pot.
Getting Camping Ready | Photo: Packed for Life

Mackerel is a tasty fish full of protein and good fats such as omega-3s and omega-6 fatty acids. It is also known to have lower mercury levels and is less at risk of overfishing.

It will often come on olive oil, tomato sauce, or different flavours.

Recipe ideas: Canned mackerel can be used similar to tuna and salmon in recipes like pasta, made into patties, with curry noodles, or with eggs for a tasty camping breakfast. This Kimchi Mackerel Camping Stew is tasty.

13. Oysters

Smoked oysters provide a rich source of vitamin B12, zinc, copper, selenium and omega-3s. Good for your brain, heart and health.

My partner loves them right out of the can. My daughter and I are not a fan.

Recipe ideas: They can be tasty on crackers, or a good sourdough bread with cheese and a splash of hot sauce or lemon. Or use in a seafood pasta with canned clams, and salmon.

14. Clams

Canned clams can make a quick and tasty pasta dish, if your family are seafood lovers. Add a jar of ready made sauce for a duper easy meal.

15. Tuna Meals

Freshé Gourmet Canned Tuna Variety Pack (4 Pack)

These tuna meals are big on flavor, Mediterranean, Thai, Provence Nicoise, and Mexican herbs, spices, and ingredients all in one. Tasty!

We sometimes even eat it on toast or with crackers for an easy camping breakfast.

Canned Vegetables

Camping canned foods vegetables; shredded carrots , diced beets, mushrooms corn

Canned vegetables can have a different texture and color from fresh, due to the canning process. However they still retain many of their nutrients.

Their convenience makes them one of the best canned foods for camping. They are shelf stable, don’t require cooling and are easy to pack.

Just don’t forget the can opener. Been, there, done that…. don’t recommend it.

16. Corn

Corn Avocado Salad | Photo & Recipe by Dinner at the Zoo

Corn makes the best canned vegetables. They aren’t mushy, overdone or weird colors. Use Canned corn in bean salads, soups, tacos and bean dishes.

Corn on the cob is an easy alternative if you prefer fresh, as it’s easy to roast in the campfire or over a grill.

17. Pumpkin

Canned pumpkin can make great make-ahead meals and snacks. Such as sweet / savoury muffins and loaves, or in soups and sauces like curries.

We love a good pumpkin curry soup. Pumpkin is full of fibre, and Vitamin A.

Recipe: Campfire Pumpkin Spice Latte for all the fall flavours.

18. Carrots

Carrots are another vegetable that is easy to bring fresh. As a family we usually peel and cut them up ahead of time for camping snacks.

However they do take quite a long time to cook. If you are planning on using them in hot dishes, like stir fries, or curries, canned carrots can be much quicker.

19. Mushrooms

While fresh mushrooms are light and store quite well, sometimes you may want the convenience of canned.

Recipe ideas: Toss canned mushroom on camp pizzas and tuna melts, in pasta or other sauces, stews, stir fries and scrambled eggs.

20. Diced Beets

While you can use the canned, we prefer the pickled one’s in a jar.

We also like salty beet chips for something a little different.

Recipe: Whip up a beet salad in no time with a bit of balsalmic vinegar, oil, feta cheese and canned beets.

21. Green Beans

Plate of canned bean salad with sliced almonds
Cold Green Bean Salad with Almonds | Photo & Recipe by Champagne Tastes

Not everyone loves canned green beans. But they can be a good option when you don’t have a cooler to keep your veggies cold.

Recipe: There’s a tasty canned bean recipe, in our recipe section here.

22. Mixed Vegetables

Add some extra veggies nutrition by adding canned mixed vegetables to soups, pasta dishes, salads, and stir fries. Or your favorite foil packet camping recipes.

Canned Fruit

Canned fruit stacked in two rows.

Canned fruit can be a delicious addition to your food list. They make for an easy snack, last for long periods, and are delicious at room temperature.

We prefer the one’s canned in fruit juice, rather than sugar syrup, and organic if we can get it.

  • If cans are too heavy, the single serve fruit cups are a good alternative. Or dried fruit.
  • For the toddlers fruit pouches are also a big hit. My youngest still likes the fruit pouches for camping. Or as a snack during the car ride to the campground.

23. Peaches

Cast Iron pan with fruit crisp inside
Make a tasty campfire fruit crisp.

Canned peaches in my opinion are the best-canned food hands down.

Delicious, sweet goodness, without having to peel or pit the fruit.

Add to pancakes, oatmeal or yogurt. Or just eat the canned peaches by themselves.

Recipe: Campfire Peach Crisp

24. Pineapple

Canned pineapple is the queen of non-perishable foods.

Toss in with chicken, eat as a snack on its own or on top of granola or oatmeal for breakfast.

Recipe: Campfire grill pineapple upside down cake

25. Fruit Salad / Cocktail Mix

Pass on this classic camping dessert to the next generation of young campers.

Fruit Cocktail cups also make a portable snack during the day.

Recipe ideas: Fruit salad is a good choice for a healthy summer salad snack, or for breakfast with a little yogurt, or homemade muffin.

26. Mango

Tropical mango tastes out in the wilderness is magical. Fresh mangos are easy to bring along, so we tend to do that, but canned are another option if you can’t get fresh ones.

Canned mango recipe ideas: Add canned mango to fruit salads. Put on top of, or in pancakes, or eat all by itself as a tasty treat.

27. Pears

Home canned pears, & veggies are fun to bring too!

Canned pear slices are a delicious treat on a hot day.

If you have time before your camping trip, bake them into muffins or pear cake. Or add them to plain instant oatmeal, with a little cinnamon, for some added sweetness.

Recipe: Make a fruit salad with 1 can of cut up pears & pineapple pieces, strawberries, blueberries, kiwis, apples or your favourite fruit. Use the reserved juice from either the pear or pineapple.

28. Jackfruit

Jackfruit BBQ sanwich with coleslaw and potato chips.

Canned Jackfruit is a popular, healthy vegetarian option as a meat substitute.

Native Forest Organic Jackfruit is a great choice. Use in tacos, curries, sandwiches and as a veggie “pulled pork.”

It has a sweet, fruity taste that takes on the flavors of what it’s mixed with.

Recipe: BBQ Jackfruit Sandwich

BEST CANNED CAMPING MEALS

The great thing about no cook camping meals & canned foods is they can often be a one pot meal, and a fairly healthy option. Just keep an eye on the sodium and sugar levels.

Canned Pasta

29. Spaghetti Sauce

Classico Family Favorites Traditional Pasta Sauce (24 oz Jar)

A can or two of tomato sauce, pasta sauce or a jar of pesto, can make a quick meal kids will love.

We prefer boiling up up our own pasta, or bringing along pre-cooked rice.

But you can also buy things like alphaghetti, or mini raviolis

30. Pasta Sauce with Meat

Grab a can of pasta sauce with meat for a complete meal from your local grocery store.

If I have a little bit of extra space in the cooler I bring along fresh tortellini pasta, that are quick to cook up.

31. Annie’s All Star Pasta

Annie's Organic All Stars, Canned Pasta in Tomato & Cheese Sauce, 15 oz.

Annie’s All Star Pasta are a kid favorite quick meal. Heat up in only a few minutes.

Canned Soup & Stews

Canned soups and stews are easy, versatile and a one pot meal. They make a great camping food for those cool mornings, or a cold night.

We’ll highlight some of our favourite options, and go-tos for camping trips.

33. Amy’s Alphabet Soup (for the Kids)

Amy’s Soup, Vegan Alphabet Soup

Amy’s brand soups and chili are favorites in our household. As they focus on using organic and non-GMO ingredients, and more sustainable practices.

Amy’s Alphabet Soup is fun for the littlest to oldest kidlets.

34. Chicken & Wild Rice Soup

Pacific Foods Organic Wild Rice Chicken Soup, 16.3 Oz Can

Chicken and Wild Rice Soup is high in protein, and made with simple, ingredients. So you can feel good feeding this soup to your family.

35. Amy’s Lentil Soup

Amy's Organic Lentil Vegetable Soup

Amy’s Lentil Soup is another favourite around here. There is something so comforting about a hearty lentil, potato and carrot soup.

36. Stew

Grab a can of stew for a hearty lunch or dinner. It makes the perfect back up meal, if you’ve run out of fresh ingredients, after a few days.

37. Corn Chowder

Gluten-free, and tasty we recommend this Corn Chowder, with a slightly smoky, kick. Add some grilled cheese sandwiches for a full lunch or dinner.

Canned Beans / Legumes

Preparing camping meal of canned beans, in a bowl
Making “Camp Beans” as our youngest likes to call them

Ready made bean salad, and beans are handy to have as a quick lunch, or a side dish for hot dogs or hamburgers cooked over the campfire.

Beans and legumes make a great protein addition for those who are vegan and vegetarian.

They can be used in many recipes such as:

  • Quick Stir Fries
  • Curry dishes
  • Bean salads
  • Lentil or Bean Soups
  • Bean or lentil burgers

38. Baked Beans

Bowl of crockpot baked beans with spoon.
Crock Pot Baked Beans | Photo & Recipe by Dinner at the Zoo

Baked beans is another long-standing camp favorite. Just heat up on your camp stove or over the fire, and it’s a quick meal to go with roasted hot dogs. Our youngest likes the traditional pork and beans and the maple flavour best.

39. Chickpeas

A can of chickpeas is so versatile, to add a little vegetarian protein to soups, stews, and salads and in bean dips like hummous.

Recipe idea: Saute with a little onion, garlic and some pre-packaged curry paste and coconut milk, and you have a tasty curry. Pour over some noodles or quick cooking rice.

40. Black Beans

Black beans are one of my favorites, as they are so versatile. From bean dips, soup, burritos, to chili. People all over the world eat these affordable legumes.

Recipe: Add a little crumbled cheese to the top of some mashed black beans with garlic and a fried egg for a tasty wholesome meal. We love it for breakfast.

41. Refried Beans

Campfire Bean Burritos | Photo & Recipe by Champagne Tastes

Refried beans are a family favorite. Perfect for vegetarians, or a quick meal to go.

Recipe: Pair with some cheese, a tortilla wrap, and some fresh produce like lettuce or tomato and you have a complete meal. Don’t forget the salsa.

42. Fava Beans

Canned fava beans are high in fibre, and nutrients it makes the perfect camp food.

When I lived in Halifax, NS the Lebanese store down the road made this delicious lemony, garlicy fava bean salad. I crave it often.

43. Canned Chili

Canned Chili for breakfast is a camp tradition in our house.

Canned chili is an easy summer meal all in one. Just reheat, add a little grated cheese (or not) and it’s ready in a minute.

Stagg’s canned chili is my daughter’s favourite camping breakfast. We like the spicier kinds with meat. But Amy’s has some great veggie options in mild, medium and spicy we like too.

44. Charro Beans

Charro beans, or “cowboy” beans in Spanish, is a tasty traditional Mexican breakfast dish. Add some cheese, onions, and avoacado for a complete meal.

45. Lentils

Canned lentils are easy camping meals. Use in lentil sloppy joe’s, easy lentil soup, or curry dishes for some extra protein.

Bringing canned will save time, as lentils do take a long time to cook.

While not in a can, we prefer these tasty one pot lentil meals:

46. Bean Salad

Mexican Bean Salad | Photo & Recipe by Camping for Foodies

Classic Bean Salad, slightly vinegary, and with pleasant texture can happen straight from the can. Or use the camping Mexican Bean Salad recipe at the end of this post.

Canned Condiments & Gourmet Add-Ons

These condiments and gourmet canned additions can elevate your camping meals beyond the basics.

47. Stuffed Grape Leaves

Divina, Stuffed Grape Leaves, Dolmas, 7 oz. (4 pack)

Stuffed Grape Leaves are my go-to quick meal for all family travels; camping, picnics, road trips and days at the beach.

This shelf-stable meal is delicious mix of rice & herbs, wrapped in grape leaves and soaked in a vinegar, oil minty sauce.

48. Canned Diced Green Chilis

Diced green chilis can be a great addition to egg dishes, camp nachos, soups and bean dishes.

49. Olives

Olives can be a satisfying snack in themselves, or throw them on greek salad, or pasta.

We prefer stuffed olives or flavoured olives that come in jars, or snack olives for salads, and with cheese and meat plates.

50. Artichoke Hearts

Artichoke Hearts add pizzaz to baguettes / sandwiches, pasta dishes and grilled meat kabobs.

51. Pickled Jalapeños

Foil packet Camp Nachos are a fun snack you can make with your kids. Pickled jalapenos are an essential ingredient (for the adults) in our house, along with black olives.

52. Ghee

4th & Heart Himalayan Pink Salt Grass-Fed Ghee

Ghee (clarified butter), is a great replacement for oil and butter when camping, as it doesn’t require refrigeration. Rich in Vitamins A, E, and K, Omega-3s, it’s suitable for many ways of eating such as Paleo, Keto, and Gluten Free.

53. Coconut Cream

Thicker than coconut milk, coconut cream can be used instead of milk for curries, noodles, baked goods and drinks.

54. Baby Corn

Baby corn adds a truly satisfying texture to stir fries, cold salads, and soups.

Camping Snacks

Snacks for camping, road trips, breakfast

Snacks and camping go together like PB&J. While not all of them are canned, they are family favorites.

Be ready for snack attacks, especially if camping with kids.

55. Roasted Cashews

Planters Lightly Salted Deluxe Whole Cashews

Roasted cashews are a delicious salty, crunchy and slightly sweet snack. Keep eveyone’s energy up with this handful of protein.

56. Mixed Roasted Nuts

PLANTERS Pistachio Lovers Nut Mix with Pistachios, Almonds & Cashews

So many choices for roasted mixed nuts or trail mix. Makes a great hiking snack, or a snack for day trips as it’s so portable, full of protein.

57. Beef Jerky

Jack Link's Beef Jerky Variety Packs

Beef Jerky is our go-to portable snack, full of protein. While not a “canned” food, it’s one of the best camping snacks for kids and adults.

58. Peanut Butter & Nut Butters

Barney Butter Almond Butter

Peanut butter and nut butters make for a quick and nutritious snack, that will give your kids and loved one’s good energy. Our family also loves almond butter on toast, or crackers.

59. Bars

GoMacro Kids MacroBar Organic Vegan Snack Bars

While granola bars / bars aren’t a canned food, they are an iconic camping and hiking snack and meal replacement.

I’m not a huge fan of granola bars, however I do enjoy the various flavors MacroBars offers such as Cashew Caramel and Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip. Plus my kids love them too.

60. Kipper Snacks (Smoked Herring)

People around the world love a good smoked herring snack. Great source of protein, omega-3 fats, vitamin B12 and calcium. Eat mashed with guacamole and tortilla chips. Or on top of a hearty cracker spread with hummous.

61. Annie’s Bunny Crackers & Cookies

Annie's Homegrown Variety Organic Variety Pack, Cheddar Bunnies, Bunny Grahams & Cheddar Squares

Organic bunny shaped snacks in either cheddar or graham cracker options. Not just for kids. (Don’t tell anyone but like them too!)

62. Seaweed Snacks

Seaweed snacks are crunchy salty goodness full of vitamins and B12.

Canned Milk

Fresh milk can be a pain to travel with. And unless you are backpacking and need to travel light, powdered milk is not the best option (in my opinion).

Canned milk of the evaporated, coconut or condensed variety, or milk in a tetra pack is the way to go.

63. Condensed Milk

Up your morning coffee with a spoonful of condensed milk, instead of your regular cream and sugar. Vietnamese style coffee to go.

In the summer, if you have access to ice, it makes an amazing iced coffee.

I usually bring a small mason jar with lid, or a small container to store it in once it’s open.

64. Coconut Milk

Coconut milk is a a great option for people trying to avoid dairy. Native Forest is the one we like to use instead of milk.

65. Evaporated Milk

Use evaporated milk as you would regular milk. Try it in your morning coffee, in soups, desserts or in egg or pasta dishes.

66. Barista Oat Milk

For coffee connoisseurs who want their fancy coffees, even while camping.

Our favorite is Barista Oat Milk for cappuccinos, when we aren’t eating a lot of dairy. As it blends in nicely, and doesn’t leave a weird aftertaste.

Canned Drinks

Canned drinks & sparkly grapefruit juice

It’s important to stay hydrated when outdoors, hiking, and enjoying your camping vacation. We’ve together our list of family favorites to take on our family camping trips.

67. Pineapple Juice

Pineapple juice is a refreshing drink full of vitamin C. It’s delicious on it’s own or mixed with sparkling water or gingerale.

68. Bubly Sparkling Water

Bubly sparkling water is our go to for their flavour without any added extra sugar.

69. Sparkling Water

Sometimes you need something to drink that’s not plain water.

Sparkling water is a fun and “fancy” way to make sure you get enough liquids each day.

70. Sparkling Water with Juice

Sanpellegrino Italian Sparkling Drink Pompelmo

Grapefruit juice sparkling water is our favourite camping drink. So refreshing and great for hot days.

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FAQs

Are canned foods good for camping?

Canned foods are the best for camping as they’re convenient, have a long shelf life and don’t require refrigeration. Not to mention they are super portable, easy to stack and come in a handy pest proof container. Canned foods are still nutritious, and easy to make and clean up, leaving you with more time for fun camping activities.

What is the best meat for camping?

The best canned meat for camping is salmon and tuna, as they’re so versatile. You can eat them as a snack right out of the can, or with crackers. Make mains like salmon or tuna burgers, pasta, and sandwiches. Or toss on salads, for extra flavour and protein. Plus they come in small, packable cans, perfect for camping.

Final Thoughts

There are so many amazing camping recipes you can make from canned food. Perfect for when you don’t have access to fresh food or have limited cooler space. Ready to start planning your camping trip? Let’s go!

What are your favorite camp recipes using canned food? Let me know in the comments below. I’d love to hear from you!

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