3 More DIY Adventure Food Recipes
Back in February, we wrote about some extra-tasty DIY adventure foods. It was so popular, we decided to find three more easy, fun and healthy adventure meals you can make in your own kitchen. From a homemade protein bar to a super-cheesy casserole, bonking on your next backpacking trip will be the least of your concerns.
This is a relatively simple backpacking meal from The Hippy Homemaker that you can prep at home before hitting the trail. With lots of cheese and protein, this savory dish will be extra satisfying after a long day in the mountains. You’ll need a dehydrator to make this meal, so we’d recommend doubling it to make a couple meals. Veggies can substitute the chicken for white beans.
This super healthy DIY protein bar from Whole New Mom is grain-free, using pulverized nuts, coconut oil, and flax meal instead of flour. Plus it’s no-bake, so you won’t have to heat up your kitchen on soft summer days. Hikers, if you’re heading out on long expeditions, try making this with macadamia nuts for extra fat.
Last week we talked about the importance of eating salt when you’re exercising in hot weather. Here’s an easy and healthy recipe from Jaime Oliver for homemade vegetable crisps – beets, parsnips, and carrots – with spicy salt. Remember to convert 150ºC to 302ºF. Pack a ziplock bag of these and enjoy in a shady spot with a spectacular view.