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- How to Survive – Logan Bread
Originally created for a 1950 summit of Mount Logan, this recipe has been modified to include dark chocolate chips, which frankly make anything better!
Maybe not a staple in every household, but it certainly was in mine. The sweet and savory taste of this high calorie sandwich makes it perfect for backpacking. Serves 4
This off-the-shelf Indian Curry sauce weighs a little more than most backpacking meals, but it is worth it. Combined with boil in the bag rice it makes a perfect meal. Serves 2-3
This off-the-shelf Red Panang Curry sauce weighs a little more than most backpacking meals, but it is worth it. Combined with boil in the bag rice it makes a perfect meal. Serves 2-3
The taste of a pizza, in the form of a quesadilla. This simple to make meal is the favorite of any child or child at heart. Use the standard pepperoni and cheese toppings, or get crazy with your own. Serves 4-6.
There are times when carrying fresh food and vegetables is worth the extra weight. Sushi Rolls is one of those times. Serves 4-6
A classic hearty combination of comfort foods, minus the pie crust.
There is nothing quite like fresh trout in the wilderness. This recipe is plain and simple, as it should be. Fish this fresh does not require fancy. Just a few of your favorite spices and your good to go. One fish serves 1-2 people.
Simply your favorite hot chili poured over a bed of warm pasta. This hearty favorite never fails to please your hungry backpackers. Serves 4
Hummus is a versatile and delicious Middle Eastern spread of seasoned mashed chickpeas. Fortunately for backpackers it is available in a just add water powdered form. This recipe combines hummus with tuna, dried cranberries and string cheese for a tasty cracker treat. Serves 4-6
Although not the prettiest thing you will ever make, this stir fly version of muffins give you all the yummy flavors, without the hassle of the backpacking oven. Serves 4
Sure they take time and fuel to prepare. And if you want them cooked all the way through, it really helps to have a backpacking stove with a simmer control. But for layover days, or late start days, there is just nothing like fresh off the grill blueberry pancakes. Makes 8 pancakes
A perfect hearty breakfast for a late start or layover day. While the biscuits are more like pancakes, the taste is pure traditional biscuits and country gravy. Serves 3-4
The great thing about breakfast burrito wraps is that you can pretty much include anything you want. The basic ingredients usually involve a flour tortilla filled with scrambled eggs, cheese, potatoes, spices and meat. Serves 6
Getting pudding to set in the wilderness without refrigeration can be a challenge. This basic recipe has been modified to use less liquid. It will end up slightly sweeter, but less soupy in texture. 4 Servings
Crisp potato hash and the smell of hot bacon will roust most sleepy backpackers out of their tent. Great for a morning when you are not in a rush. Serves 4