Backpacking Cooking Utensils and Camping Chef
Outdoor Cooking Tools
Some of the top trail cooking sets. Light weight, strong and versatile. Make your climbing and hiking partners feel like they’re eating in style Backpacking Cooking utensils.
Featured Outdoor Cooking Tools
Ultra-light solo backpacking trips require more than just granola and jerky. Luckily, the lightweight, super-compact GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Soloist Cookset includes everything you need to cook and eat tasty carbs and calories while off the grid. Once you unpack the nForm system, which weights just 10.9oz, you’ll have a tough cooking pot, a lid-strainer, a foon, stove bag (stove sold separately), a mug-bowl, and a welded stuff sack that doubles as a sink for washing.
Cook up multi-pot meals in the backcountry or basecamp without weighing down your pack thanks to the MSR Titan 2 Pot Set. This titanium cookset features two pots with a single lid that also doubles as a plate. MSR’s LiteLifter pot grabber gives you a secure grasp on your grub, and the whole package nests into the included stuff sack.
When your appetite for authentic tasting pizza cannot be satisfied by take-out or delivery, get the Camp Chef Italia Pizza Kit and craft your own. With an infrared thermometer, two pizza peels, spatula, and cutter, the kit includes everything you need to make the best pizza you and your guests have ever tasted.
Eco Vessel’s Collapsible Silcone Lunch Box collapses to half its size, so you can easily stuff it in your backpack after meals.
Sea to Summit’s X Set 31 includes extremely collapsible X Bowls, X Mugs, and an X Pot so you can make breakfast for you and your backpacking buddy. Pliable, lightweight, heat-resistant, and food-grade silicone makes this cooking setup one of the most compact and convenient setups for backpackers. Sea to Summit designed the X Pot with a stove-friendly base made of aluminum, and there’s a translucent lid for faster boiling times.
Thanks to the GSI Vortex Blender, that dream can be a reality. In addition to mixing up crowd-gathering cocktails, this portable party maker mixes up smoothies, sauces, pancake batter, and whatever else you want to throw in there. The two-speed gear and hand crank easily mash up ice, and a bottom C-clamp keeps the blender secured to a table, tailgate, or any other sturdy surface.
The best way to make a fresh cup of coffee is with a Snow Peak Titanium Café Press. Ask any barista and they’ll tell you that the French-press style of coffee making is the best way to go. You get more of the bean’s flavor and oils for an authentic coffee taste.