BACKPACKER's Best Recipes: Breakfast: 35 Delicious Recipes for the Trail

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 Don’t hit the trail hungry!  Start off your backcountry adventures off right with these easy, tasty recipes from the BACKPACKER cookbook, including:

Trout Benedict

Power Oatmeal 

French Toast

Herb-Scrambled Eggs

Sierra Scrambled Eggs

Summer Sausage Breakfast Hash

Salami Breakfast Frittata

Sausage and Potato Breakfast

Oatmeal You’ll Never Get Sick Of

Sweet Rice Pudding

Fruit and Nut Quinoa

Peanut Butter and Jelly Pancakes

No-Cook Oatmeal

Pecan Pancakes w/ Fruit Compote

Omelette in a Bag 

Peanut Butter Omelette 

Cinna-Raisin Ramen

Ramen Haystacks

Tortilla Sunrise

Pepper and Pesto Omelette

Cinnamon Rolls

Rice and Egg Domburi

Bacon and Cheese ‘Taters

Vanilla-Walnut Crepes

Blueberry-Hazulnut Rice Flour Pancakes

Pancakes w/ Lemon-Maple Blueberry Sauce

Down East Pancakes

Jon’s Famous Trail Pancakes

Choco-Banana French Toast

Beer Pancakes

Campfire Calas

Fruited Skillet Scones

Maple-Bacon Grits

Southwest Scramble Crepes

Trail Breaky

Bacon & Eggs in a Bag

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Active Interest Media
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Mar 1, 2014
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English
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Cooking / Courses & Dishes / Breakfast
Sports & Recreation / General
Sports & Recreation / Hiking
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Dogs of War

Another dead Denali wolf. A battle for the soul of wild Alaska. Our reporter visits America’s most iconic wilderness for the inside story of a park under siege.

By Tracy Ross

 

The People’s Hiking Revolution

As prosperity spreads across China, so does a passion for the outdoors. But can millions of new trekkers save Asia’s vast wilderness from the march of development? Welcome to the world’s next hiking frontier.

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Thunder on the Mountain

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