1. No-Bake Coconut Bars
Even if you’re hiking above tree line, these coconut-packed bars will whisk you away to a tropical place. Make this recipe.
2. Sage Maple Beef Jerky
You’ll need your own dehydrator to make this jerky, but the chewy meat is sure to keep your mouth happy. Make this recipe.
3. Unstuffed Peppers
This recipe is a twofer: make the unstuffed peppers for dinner at home and dehydrate the leftovers for a day in the backcountry. You can’t go wrong! Make this recipe.
4. Key Lime Coconut Energy Bites
These citrus-infused bites will waken up your taste buds! There is nothing better to keep dry mouth away while on the trail. Make this recipe.
5. Bacon Medley
Bacon is a staple of the Paleo world, so it’s no surprise that it’s the main ingredient in this easy dinner. Make this recipe.
6. Baked Veggie Chips
This crunchy snack makes it easy to get your daily serving of vegetables in while on the trail. Bonus: all the prep work is done at home! Make this recipe.
7. Dehydrated Yams
Mix these with your eggs or eat them on their own. Either way, dehydrated yams are genius. Make this recipe.
8. Turkey Stew
This recipe is the most complicated of the group, but it’s worth it. Not only is it hearty enough for the backcountry, but you can also make double batches to freeze for your next trip. Make this recipe.
9. Huevos Rancheros
We promise: make this recipe and you’ll be singing a happy tune while watching your buddies eat their instant oatmeal. Make this recipe.