One of the joys of camping is cooking around the fire, especially eggs. To avoid breaking them in a bag or cooler, pre-scramble them and pour them into a resealable plastic bottle. They will survive the trip and won't make a mess when you cook them.
Before you head off for the campsite, crack all of the eggs you want to take into a bowl. Whisk them up and transfer to a sturdy bottle or jar with a reliable lid. You can even add salt, pepper and other seasoning to save time when preparing meals. Store the bottle your cooler box, and just put it out when you're ready to cook.
It's a great way to let kids cook with eggs without the worry and mess associated with cracking them. And don't forget to label the bottle; not only will this help avoid mistaking the eggs for juice, but markers show how many eggs you have left.
Camping Tips and Hacks for Families [Kids Activities Blog]