Posts Tagged ‘Healthy’
A quesadilla salad is the perfect addition to a quick camping snack or basic camping meal. This quesadilla salad adds freshness and crunch to a quick and easy camping meal.
These tempeh barbecue sandwiches are healthy and hearty. They are perfect for a fun night by the campfire, or to take with you on a day trip during this fitness-focused time of the year.
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.
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.
This North African inspired Date and Chickpea Stew with Coucous is a light but hearty and filling meal with a nice blend of sweet and savory flavors.
This potato salad is a lighter and fresher version than most, feeling more like a salad than a heavy side dish. Its a great seasonal dish that can be made in advance when you’re hungry and don’t feel like cooking (which happens a lot in the summertime).
Vermicelli Noodle Salad is a cold asian noodle salad that can be made at home before your trip. It goes great with our Asian Wraps recipe and or is a great camping recipe on its own.
This Cauliflower Potato Soup is creamy, without the cream. You can certainly make it at camp, but if you make it at home and freeze it, the giant block of frozen soup will let you put less ice in your cooler.
Here is a salad I’ve been making on camping trips for years. Its got a nice hit of protein from the lentils and almonds, but is still packed with freshness for Spring.
Adding sweet potatoes to tostadas is an unusual addition, but it’s delicious! The great thing about this Sweet Potato Tostada with Chipotle Lime Sour Cream Recipe is that you can set out all the ingredients and let everyone make their own.
This Kabocha squash soup is perfect for the chilly days January is serving up. With the right amount of spiciness and smokiness, this soup is meal-worthy and will make you feel warm and satisfied.
Looking for motivation to stick to your healthy eating New Year’s Resolutions? Try this recipe for Orange Miso Rice Bowls. It’s hearty, fresh and a snap to throw together!
Black Eyed Peas on New Year’s Day are a Southern tradition. Our recipe skips the ham hock–instead the flavor comes from a rich tomato sauce and plenty of spice.
Its cold outside, but you can probably still grow a cold weather garden. Go with greens, which are often positively affected by frost, and you can use them every day.
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!
An easy chopped spinach salad that gets pizzazz from ume plum vinegar and walnuts. A delicious and fresh fall treat.
Our Tomato Relish is cooked in a cast iron skillet over a campfire. The resulting flavor is so complex, you won’t believe it’s just a few ingredients.
Couscous is a backpacking staple, so why not make it for breakfast too? Our breakfast couscous is cooked with dried milk, raisins, and pistachios.
Summer is here and what better to celebrate than with this Grilled Salad. This Grilled Salad recipe is a great way to use your fresh garden veggies and a nice way to switch it up from the usual tossed salad.
Natural dyed Easter eggs create brilliant colors and are a safer, more sustainable solution this Easter and Earth Day weekend.
Forget about store-bought salsa and make this easy and delicious roasted tomatillo salsa. Let the campfire do its thing and then enjoy this fresh and tangy salsa with tortilla chips.
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.
Try this fresh lemony tuna salad stuffed in avocado halves on your next adventure. It’s relatively easy to take with you, even on a short backpacking trip.
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.
Whether you’re looking to for an Asian-inspired meal or immunity boost, this Orange Tofu Stir Fry is such to hit the spot.
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.
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.
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.
Here’s a one of our favorite kale recipes. Get all the health benefits of kale without compromising flavor with this easy camping recipe for Tomato and Kale Pasta.
A twist on an easy potato salad recipe, we add caramelized onions, tomatoes, and Indian spices, turning an easy picnic recipe into gourmet outdoor cooking.
The Summer Vegetable & Zucchini Slaw is crispy and refreshing. It’s great for lunch, as a side dish or even in a good ol’ hot dog.
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.
Keep cool with this summer Caramelized Onion & Feta Chickpea salad. It’s perfect for a picnic or for lunch on a day hike.
Skillet enchiladas taste as great as if baked in the oven. Made with chipotles, corn, black beans and tomatillos, skillet enchiladas is truly an easy camping recipe.
A dutch oven cobbler that is perfect for breakfast or dessert. Made with strawberries, rhubarb, and biscuits, it is an easy camping recipe for a dutch oven.
An easy arborio rice and white bean vegetable soup recipe with arborio rice, onions, zucchini, and carrots. Don’t be fooled by it’s simplicity, this is no ordinary vegetable soup recipe.
This is a versatile and quick spicy peanut sauce recipe for noodles, chicken, or rice. It utilizes peanut butter that is usually on hand camping.
Here’s an easy camping recipe using ingredients for oatmeal pancakes that are always on hand backpacking.