This recipe is more of a good idea than a stroke of genius. It is for the simple chef, but I promise it is always a satisfying and filling way to end a long, arduous day.
This is a tasty, fairly healthy way of getting protein and much needed carbohydrates so you're powered up the next morning.
What should I pack for a day on the trail?
"Let me give it to you straight -- there's no greater buzzkill on a hike than feeling so alive, then eating dead (dull, lifeless, processed) food.
Nix food-like substances which are easily identified by ingredients that are unpronounceable and contain preservatives."
Power Morning Chocolate Oats Because who doesn't want chocolate in the morning?
Salt Lake City based outdoor enthusiast Laura Stade gives us one of her favorite recipes for a morning treat to give you energy on the trails.
When we head outdoors, we often go without the luxuries we are accustomed to at home. Many adventurers find themselves faced with watery oatmeal and bland pasta. Yet with talent, practice, and a little ingenuity, you can feast while camping. Experienced backcountry chef Jessica Wolinsky, shares one of her favorite recipes along with pictures of amazing backcountry delicacies.