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Backpacker's Pantry Jamaican Style Jerk Rice & Beans with Chicken (2 Servings)
$11.99
One of Backpacker's Pantry's original recipes. This dish of Jamaican Jerk seasonings smothers brown rice, black beans, all-natural chicken and vegetables. A zesty, yet flavorful, meal to fuel your day.
Backpacker's Pantry Lasagna (2 Servings)
$11.99
This lasagna is traditional Italian comfort food with an adventure-friendly, and vegetarian, twist. It's made with a hearty and organic soy protein in lieu of ground beef — and you may have never known the difference. Backpacker's Pantry never skimps on the spices, so your lasagna will be full of your favorite Italian seasonings. Then there’s the tomatoes, Parmesan cheese, and perfectly cooked, plump noodles. You’ll hardly believe a pot, water, heat, and 20 minutes of rehydration time is all that lies between you and a nutritionally balanced meal. Bon appetite!
Backpacker's Pantry Risotto with Chicken (2 Servings)
$11.99
A version of a classic Italian dish. This risotto is not quite the real thing, but tastes like it! A creamy blend of parmesan cheese, rice, broccoli, corn, onion, bell pepper, and tomato makes this comfort food one to remember.
Backpacker's Pantry Louisiana Red Beans & Rice (2 Servings)
Treat yourself to a taste of the Bayou! Our easy to prepare Louisiana Red Beans and Rice will have your taste buds singing. One of our original meals. Just add two and a half cups of boiling water directly to the pouch and wait twenty minutes. Goes great with a fresh filet of fish!
Backpacker's Pantry Three Cheese Mac & Cheese
After a day of outdoor fun, there’s nothing like a warm bowl of cheesy goodness to knock out those hunger pains. This camp-friendly spin on a traditional comfort food might be soy and nut free, but that doesn’t mean it’s free of flavor! Our mac and cheese is a rich, creamy blend of Parmesan, Romano, and Cheddar cheeses that can be prepared in a snap. Just add boiling water, stir it up, and then kick back and relax while the freeze-dried dinner prepares itself.
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