Category: Uncategorized

Hiking with Kids and Keeping Everyone Happy
Post

Hiking with Kids and Keeping Everyone Happy

by Aimee Kennedy, MS, RD Are you an adventure seeking parent and want to go hiking with your kids? Feeling a little nervous about taking them into the backcountry? Kids are naturally very curious creatures. They love the outdoors and are very imaginative. They also love to spend time with their mommy and daddy. Top...

Dehydrating Canned and Frozen Food for DIY Backpacking Meals
Post

Dehydrating Canned and Frozen Food for DIY Backpacking Meals

By Kyle Kamp, RDN, LD DISCLOSURE: THIS POST CONTAINS AFFILIATE LINKS WHICH MEANS THAT BACKCOUNTRY FOODIE LLC WILL RECEIVE A SMALL COMMISSION IF YOU CHOOSE TO PURCHASE A PRODUCT. THIS WILL OCCUR AT NO COST TO YOU AND SUPPORTS ONGOING RECIPE DEVELOPMENT. Is there anything more exciting than preparing for a trip to the mountains? ...

Protein, Fats, and DIY Backpacking Meals, Oh My!
Post

Protein, Fats, and DIY Backpacking Meals, Oh My!

By Kyle Kamp, RDN, LD What’s the first reply you’d come up with if someone asked what your main goal is in preparing food for the backcountry? My guess is you wouldn’t say “Ehhh, I don’t give it much thought. I’m just out there to survive”. A person could theoretically throw some rice, a few...

Top 4 Reasons to Dehydrate Your Own Backpacking Meals
Post

Top 4 Reasons to Dehydrate Your Own Backpacking Meals

By Kyle Kamp, RDN, LD DISCLOSURE: THIS POST CONTAINS AFFILIATE LINKS WHICH MEANS THAT BACKCOUNTRY FOODIE LLC WILL RECEIVE A SMALL COMMISSION IF YOU CHOOSE TO PURCHASE A PRODUCT. THIS WILL OCCUR AT NO COST TO YOU AND SUPPORTS ONGOING RECIPE DEVELOPMENT. Questioning if making your own dehydrated meals for backpacking is right for you?...

How to Choose Snacks for Your Hiking Adventures
Post

How to Choose Snacks for Your Hiking Adventures

By Kim Pierce, MS, RD, LDN, CDE DISCLOSURE: THIS POST CONTAINS AFFILIATE LINKS WHICH MEANS THAT BACKCOUNTRY FOODIE LLC WILL RECEIVE A SMALL COMMISSION IF YOU CHOOSE TO PURCHASE A PRODUCT. THIS WILL OCCUR AT NO COST TO YOU AND SUPPORTS ONGOING RECIPE DEVELOPMENT.   Depending on the duration and difficulty of your hike, you’ll...

Wild Edibles of the Northwest – Part Two
Post

Wild Edibles of the Northwest – Part Two

by Rachel Patrick, RDN, LD Live to eat or eat to live? Whether you find yourself in a survival situation or just want to try a few backcountry delicacies, expand your outdoor knowledge with this guide exploring some foods that can be foraged, nutrition information, and preparation ideas. If you missed the previous part of...

Healthy Chocolate Hummus Backpacking Recipe
Post

Healthy Chocolate Hummus Backpacking Recipe

This ultralight chocolate hummus backpacking 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 chocolate hummus is an excellent cold soak mid-day treat or dessert after a long day in the backcountry. DISCLOSURE: THIS POST CONTAINS AFFILIATE LINKS...