Posts Tagged ‘Winter’
Joshua Tree National Park will be too hot to visit in the next few months, so get your trips in now. Our favorite campground is Jumbo Rocks, which offers beautiful views of the desert, close encounters with the iconic monzogranite boulders, and a quick hike to the famous Skull Rock.
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.
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.
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!
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.
Pears poached in red wine is perfect for a winter camping evening. This is a two-for-one recipe offers an easy gourmet dessert accompanied by a warm beverage of mulled wine.
A delicious vegetarian Dried Plum and Caramelized Shallot stuffing for your backpacking, car camping, or at-home Thanksgiving needs.
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.
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.
This smoky and spicy chipotle black bean is ideal for backpacking or camping. This easy and quick camping recipe will satisfy the hungriest camper (and skeptics who think soup can’t be a meal!).
Making Backcountry Jello is fun and easy. Drink half of the Backcountry Jello while it’s hot, and eat the other half the next day. Kids will love it.
Here’s an easy camping recipe using ingredients for oatmeal pancakes that are always on hand backpacking.
Chocolate Chip and Coffee Biscotti are crunchy, sweet, and great for dipping. Bake them at home and take them with you on the trail.
This easy chocolate fondue recipe is perfect for sharing by a campfire on Valentine’s Day. Dip anything from fruit to cookies into the melted, hot chocolate.
Oatmeal pancakes with dried fruit compote are a gourmet version of the typical camping cuisine of instant oatmeal and trail mix. This would make an excellent breakfast for Valentine’s Day morning.
A ski and snowshoe mountain picnic to test a Dirty Version of the Skillet Lasagna recipe for backpacking.
Butternut squash cakes topped with pecans, honey, apples, and mascarpone cheese are a fancy yet hearty appetizer.
Kale and spinach salad with black eyed peas and cider shallot vinaigrette, a variation of the New Years Day southern recipe for good luck.
Red wine mulled with spices such as orange juice, orange zest, cinnamon sticks, and cardamom seeds.