A rich broth covers rice noodles, beef, and vegetables. Complete with a packet of lime juice powder and Sriracha powder. This delicious dish warms the soul.
Bring a bit of the tropics along on your next outdoor adventure. This fragrant Caribbean classic puts a delicious Cuban twist on a sweet and savory blend of coconut milk, black beans, and bananas. It’s also high in protein, vegan, and gluten free. Like our other nutritious dehydrated meals, this entree is a snap to make. Boiling water, some stirring, and hydration time is all it takes.
Sinful dark chocolate cheesecake that only requires cold water? It is possible! This dark chocolate cheesecake is rich, creamy, and comes complete with chocolate cookie crumbs to top it all off. Once you’ve added water, mixed everything up, and sprinkled the chocolate crumb topping over the filling, a mere 10 minutes is all that stands between you and a dessert you’ll want to bring along hiking again and again.
An original dish from Backacker's Pantry. Nothing like a hot, fresh baked dessert in the backcountry. Unlike most of their other dishes, this one requires a skillet and lid to bake the cobbler mix, but the extra effort and equipment is well worth it!
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!
Get ready for a day of outdoor activities with a warm and hearty multi-grain breakfast cereal that will keep you satisfied through lunch. With Organic blueberries, walnuts, oats, and quinoa, this is one healthy start to your day. Breakfast can be on the table in mere minutes, too. Simply add 1 cup of boiling water to the mix, stir well, cover, and let everything sit for 5 minutes. Give it a final stir, and breakfast is served.
Bring the flavors of your favourite Thai restaurant out into the wilderness with this vegan and gluten free pad thai dish. Rice noodles and veggies are blended together with a spicy, sweet, and addicting garlic sauce. They’ve even included roasted peanuts for added texture and flavor — it’s all about the details. The best part? All that stands between you and your Pad Thai is some boiling water and a bit of time.
There’s nothing quite like a bowl of warm oatmeal to start your day off right, and our peanut buter and raisin oatmeal is organic, vegan, and high in protein. You’ll love the deliciously crunchy blend of smooth peanut butter and raisins, and preparing your breakfast could hardly be simpler. Remove the peanut butter packet and add to the other ingredients. Add boiling water, mix it all up, and start the 5-minute countdown.
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.
This is a long time Canadian favorite. A premium meal worth every penny. 510 calories per serving and 28 grams of serious protein from lean beef and organic, non-gmo Textured Soy Protein. Vegetables, brown rice, creamy peanut butter & Thai spices make this meal a winner. Can’t wait until you try it!
This hearty stew starts with the native American holy-trinity: corn, beans, and squash. Toss in some brown rice and quinoa, and you have a nutritious, protein-packed meal (17 grams per serving) that will fuel all of your adventures at camp and beyond. Backpacker's Pantry never skimps on the spices either — each mouthful will be jam-packed with flavor. “Cooking” your Three Sisters Stew requires boiling water and 15-20 minutes, so you’ll have plenty of time for your favorite camp activities.
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