Condiments and cutlery are a necessity when dining outdoors but making multiple trips to carry items out can be a pain. There is nothing like dining outdoors in the great outdoors and enjoying some delicious BBQ. Although dining outdoors has its appeal, it is not the most convenient area to eat. We are used to having our entire kitchen at our disposal when dining in our homes but it’s impossible to bring everything outdoors. So what is the comprise? Pick and choose things that you absolutely need in every BBQ outdoor dining setting and place them all inside a DIY condiment caddy.
These fun, easy DIY condiment caddies are the perfect solution, keeping everything neat, organized and easy to transport!
You can pick this type of basket up at the thrift store or dollar store. It’s easy to use and easy to carry.
Chalkboard Paint Condiment Caddy
We love this one! There isn’t a whole lot that doesn’t look great in chalkboard paint.
Why not a bucket? You can paint it anyway you like!
Upcycled Utensil Caddy
I know this says it’s for utensils but why couldn’t you use it for condiments as well?
Rustic DIY Caddy
This looks fantastic and can easily carry everything you need.
Industrial Light Cover Caddy
We would have never thought to use industrial light covers. Handy!
Meatloaf Pan and Masher
I love the vintage look of this meatloaf pan condiment tray! It’s so easy to put together too!
This homemade picnic caddy is perfect for outdoor BBQs.
Recycled Tin Cans and Twine
This has that whimsical vintage look to it. Sweet!
Six Pack Caddy
Repurpose an empty six pack container for a quick condiment caddy. This is a great option if you’re going to the beach or for camping: if it gets damaged, you can just make a new one for the next trip!