6.19.2015

Spices in tiny (repurposed tic-tac) containers for backpacking and camping!

Originally posted in 2015 - updated in May, 2021

Back in 2015 I made this post about reusing small candy/mint containers to store your spices and similar items for camping.  At the time I put it on my site as a reminder to myself that I 'wanted' to get around to doing this.

And I did!  

Using old Tic-Tac containers (which I went and bought a multi-pack at Sam's Club for this purpose) I refilled them with not only the obvious salt and black pepper, but other spices I often use in my cooking.  

I keep some permanently in the camping 'gear' food bin along with our freeze dried pouches, etc.; but also have some in our bug-out bags.   I went to grab some out quickly and because I knew I wouldn't be camping any time soon after the last time I used them, I had used our food sealer to seal them air-tight for longer term storage.  When it's in season and I'm going on a camping trip or road trip, obviously I take them out of the food sealer bag to save room and make them easy to pack and use.






These particular spices have been on a couple overnight camping trip but also on two cross-country roadtrips of two-weeks each.  They are quick and easy to refill when you get home and travel well as they are so light and small.







Links related to this post available through Amazon:


Tic Tac Fresh Breath Mints, Freshmint, Bulk Hard Candy Mints, 1 Oz Singles, 12 Count



Tic Tac Fresh Breath Mints, Fruit Adventure, Bulk Hard Candy Mints, 1 Oz Singles, 12 Count



Osprey Porter 46 Travel Backpack



ALPS Mountaineering Peak Day Backpack 45L, Gray




2 Pack Travel Salt and Pepper Shakers Mini, 4 in 1 Travel Dispenser Seasoning Containers with Sliding Lid, Plastic Salt and Pepper Shakers Camping Spice Kit for sugar, mini peppers and BBQ




Cpise ORGANIC Camping Spice Set with 8 Essential Spices for Camping & Travel








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