Skip Nav
Calorie Breakdowns
The Shocking Amount of Calories You'll Save Giving Up These 10 Foods For Lent
Healthy Eating Tips
The New Superfood You Need to Try
Healthy Recipes
A Mardi Gras Menu That's Only Slightly Indulgent

Get in Gear: A Camping Stove is a MUST!

Just because you are "roughing it" in the woods with your tent and sleeping bag does NOT mean you must be stuck eating only trail mix. Having a camping stove is a necessity when campground camping. I definitely wouldn't truck this stove around while backpacking, but if you're driving to your campsite, you can pack whatever you want.

This Coleman 2-Burner Propane Stove has double burners so you can boil your pasta and sauté veggies at the same time. One 16.4 oz cylinder or fuel will last over an hour with both burners on high, so you'll have plenty of time to make a fabulous meal.

Want to hear more about it? Then

Worried about wind blowing dirt into your food or blowing out your flame? This stove comes with two folding WindBlock™ shields. You can also flip these shields down so they act as shelves to hold cooking utensils and spices.

It's easy to clean and comes with a durable metal case to protect your stove. And the best part is that it's fairly inexpensive - you can order one from Rei.com for only $46.00. That's quite a deal considering eating healthy on your camping trip is so important.

Fit's Tips: Looking for some ideas on what to cook on your Coleman Stove? Just think about what you like to make on your regular stove and do some slight adjustments. You can cook just about anything, as long as it doesn't take too long. Save time by prepping meals ahead of time. Pre-cut veggies and pre-measure ingredients, and then store your food in a cooler. Then when you're ready to eat, cooking a healthy meal will be a cinch.

Source

Around The Web
Rent Camping, Biking, and Tennis Equipment From Stores Like REI and Lower Gear
Get Your Green on at REI
Get in Gear:  REI Lightweight Sleeping Bag
Get in Gear:  Basic Heart Rate Monitor Polar FS1

POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests.

Join The Conversation
denali denali 8 years
This looks like it would be great for hurricane season or tailgating. That being said, I think that you should cook over the fire when you're camping! Super cute though!
rlveronica rlveronica 8 years
That is awesome! I need one! Haha.
intensebandgeek intensebandgeek 8 years
That's cool!
intensebandgeek intensebandgeek 8 years
That's cool!
discocactus discocactus 8 years
I borrowed my dad's stove for a camping trip and although it worked fine before we left, it wouldn't turn on at the camp site. I keep trying to be interested in camping but I think I may be a lost cause for me.
cravinsugar cravinsugar 8 years
my dad still has his, a flat, goldish, 70's color. it still works great, and he even has a griddle for it...when we tailgate at Skins games, we have eggs and bacon instead of brats and hot dogs hahaha.
beingtazim beingtazim 8 years
i also really love to cook outdoors on a camp stove - i swear it makes the food taste better!
marley11 marley11 8 years
i love camping stoves & camping in general. They're great to have when the power goes out. you'd be surprised, sometimes you find that you really need them, plus the propane cylinders are pretty cheap to come by.
marley11 marley11 8 years
i love camping stoves & camping in general.They're great to have when the power goes out.you'd be surprised, sometimes you find thatyou really need them, plus the propane cylindersare pretty cheap to come by.
DesignRchic DesignRchic 8 years
I've got one of those and they're awesome!!! So easy to clean too.
Latest Fitness
X