If you haven’t yet hopped onto the no-cook backpacking meal wagon, this may be your year! Discovering that you can go a whole trip on satisfying, nutritious food without even packing a stove can be quite liberating.
Category: Backpacking Recipes
Are you new to making homemade meals, or do you find preparing meals too time-consuming? For many reasons, Backcountry Foodie’s Garlic Parmesan Ramen ultralight backpacking recipe is a Foodie fan favorite.
Backcountry Foodie’s ultralight Brownie Batter Hummus backpacking dessert recipe is absolutely divine and, believe it or not, a healthy snack option! We would compare the hummus to a delicious bowl of brownie batter. Dehydrated hummus is an excellent cold soak mid-day treat or dessert after a long day in the backcountry.
Have you ever made homemade pesto before? You may have thought it couldn’t get much easier. You were wrong! Backcountry Foodie’s cold soak backpacking pesto recipe takes just a few minutes to prepare and packs a surprisingly flavorful punch.
This backpacking tuna salad recipe is packed with calories and weighs much less than store-bought tuna packets. It makes a great no-cook backpacking lunch. Also learn how to dehydrate your own tuna.
Do you miss eating vegetables while backpacking? Packing a few servings of this veggie pho noodle soup will satisfy the craving.
This meal replacement shake is a Backcountry Foodie fan favorite. It’s great for refueling on the go or when your appetite hits the road.
Do you like overnight oats for breakfast? This cold soak backpacking recipe is a trail version of overnight oats. Backcountry Foodie’s recipe provides 23 g protein, 66 g carbohydrates, and 13 g fiber per serving.
It may seem almost too easy to be true, but granola with milk powder and fruit is a complete meal and makes the perfect no-cook backpacking breakfast.
This delicious protein shake backpacking recipe makes for a perfect meal replacement! Yes, you read that right – protein shakes can be meals, too! You might be thinking that a shake could never fill you up on the trail. Actually, a well-balanced protein shake can be very satisfying and filling.