Posts Tagged ‘Backpacking’
Orange Honey Mustard Pretzel Dip is easy to make, and is the perfect snack for on the trail. Make it at home and take it backpacking, or make orange honey mustard pretzel dip at camp for your day hike.
Coconut cream powder is the secret in this silky smooth Coconut Curry Soup that you can make backpacking.
Red Rock is conveniently close to the exciting city of Las Vegas. It is a wonderful getaway if you’ve had enough of the lights, or a great place to explore if you have avoided the city because you thought it only offered lights. The park offers a variety of activities, good for a variety of interests and skill levels.
Tempeh Beef Stew is just what you need for a cold night out in the wilderness. It will give you a warm and comforting feeling to get you through the worse of any conditions – or sleep like a baby in beautiful weather.
Learn how to dehydrate vegetables in your oven for backpacking trips.
Here is another delicious and easy granola bar recipe for your next trip. Banana Chocolate Walnut Granola Bars are delicious anywhere you take them- even sitting at home!
A lovely company called Essential Eating: Sprouted Foods is doing a giveaway for their delicious and healthy products. Here is a recipe for Sprouted Whole Wheat Pasta with Swiss Chard Pesto to go with the product review and giveaway.
Don’t throw away your leftover oatmeal! Make this hearty Oatmeal Apple Bread instead. Enjoy it for breakfast or as a snack with a little dab of salted butter.
Garlicky lima bean spread is a flavorful addition to any sandwich or great as a dip for crackers or vegetables. It makes an easy make-at-home addition to any camping trip, and sticks to your ribs, filling you up on the trail.
Barton Flats Campground is a beautiful and accessible camping spot close to Los Angeles and closer to Big Bear. It is a great place to take your family in the summer, as well as in the Fall when crowds and the weather cool down.
Mt. Langley is a lesser known 14er in the Eastern Sierra Nevada. It is relatively easy to get a permit and offers the option of a 22-mile round trip day hike or a longer, more relaxed backpacking trip including a night or two camping by beautiful alpine lakes.
Chili dogs are way better than your typical camping hot dogs on a stick. This chili dog recipe is pretty straightforward, but involves gourmet straightforward ingredients (including beer), which makes all the difference.
Orange Coconut Macaroons are sturdy cookies that have an amazingly bright light flavor. Take them with you on any kind of trip for the perfect snack to pick you up and make you feel great.
This recipe transforms tempeh into something delicious and familiar. Tempeh hot wings are the perfect appetizer to heat up a cold crisp evening outdoors.
A chewy, nutty, and easy version of the same old same old camping food, oatmeal. Overnight steel cut oatmeal will make it easy to get up and out of bed!
These veggie loaded grits cakes are fantastic both hot and at room temperature. Grits cakes even make a great backpacking recipe, as they keep surprisingly well.
Ramen is not a new thing for backpacking but this recipe is Not Your Average Ramen! Toasted Nori, corn and butter bring this classic backpacking meal to a another level.
Couscous is a backpacking staple, so why not make it for breakfast too? Our breakfast couscous is cooked with dried milk, raisins, and pistachios.
This sweet and sour Eggplant Caponata makes a great appetizer or snack served with a baguette or crackers. Best of all, it tastes great at room temperature and gets better with time.
Tortilla soup is a quick and easy meal to make that is hearty and warming enough for camping. Make tortilla soup on your next backpacking trip.
Make a meal out of this aromatic Thai Coconut Soup using a blend of fresh herbs and savory ingredients. This easy Thai Coconut Soup recipe is great with tofu, chicken and noodles and your favorite veggies.
Sandwiches are convenient outdoor food items, but always get squashed. This pressed sandwich is the answer to the problem because it is meant to be squashed.
Backpacking recipes should balance speed, ease, and filling nutrition, and using a backpacking recipe formula over one recipe will keep your meals interesting.
A delicious vegetarian Dried Plum and Caramelized Shallot stuffing for your backpacking, car camping, or at-home Thanksgiving needs.
Here’s a recipe for a creamy mushroom soup that you can even take backpacking! Enjoy with a grilled cheese sandwich next to a toasty campfire.
There are many different schools of thought on backpacking. Here’s where we stand, especially when it comes to backpacking food.
A little bit salty, a little bit sweet. A little bit crunchy, a little bit chewy. Maple Olive Oil Apple Chips will satisfy all your cravings while you’re out on the trail.
A homemade easy caramel sauce that is best dipping apples into. Caramel apple dip is the perfect snack to take on a fall outdoors trip, whether picnicking or backpacking.
Here are some quick backpacking breakfast ideas for those of you who want to get up, energized, and on the trail without having to worry about cooking.
If you run out of water or get stuck on an impromptu overnighter – go for a Prickly Pear Cactus Delight. Recipe and story by guest contributor Steve.
You can make your own version of creamed corn while camping using fresh sweet summer corn. This is a very easy camping recipe that can be eaten all summer long.
Add another weapon to your camping arsenal – the GSI Stainless Toaster, a versatile and lightweight tool for car camping, cycle touring and backpacking. The GSI Stainless Toaster makes the perfect peanut butter and jelly toast over a stove or campfire.