If you don’t eat freeze dried scrambled eggs at home, why would eat it on the trail. Pack what you like to eat. If you doing an extended backpacking trip, then freeze dried foods can be boring quick. The point here is to be creative with what you like to eat.
Quaker® Old Fashioned Oats. Cook dried fruits in the oatmeal and have a tasty hearty breakfast
Quaker® Old Fashioned Oats cook sufficiently with a minute of boiling but retain a little chewiness. Stir frequently and add more water if needed to prevent scorching. Remove from stove after one minute of boiling and wait five minutes before topping with granola.
Top your oatmeal with Cascadian Farm® Organic granola, but any granola will do. Choose a variety of granolas with different combinations of sweetened oats and other grains, nuts and seeds, bits of chocolate, raisins or dates – and create different oatmeal recipes for every day of the week.
Same with Lunch and Dinner. Think about what kinds of food will make you feel good out in the Wilderness. Especially if you are new to backpacking. Eating something you like or eat at home can make your experience more enjoyable.