Turn your daily dairy into a tangy, protein-packed snack that's ready for the backcountry.
Prepare the first meal of the day at home and you'll start hiking sooner—and have on-the-go snacks.
Pack in sweet, creamy flavor with these fall-inspired recipes.
These breakfast sammies are grab-and-go perfection. Croissants are actually very rugged when flattened a bit, and they elevate every filling.
This Japanese-inspired breakfast is perfect for those who prefer a savory beginning.
There’s no mess with this easy-to-eat treat (unless you let a photographer make it)—the toppings are inside.
Kale provides a nutritional boost and fiber, while cheese adds a salty kick and a bit of protein.
This lazy breakfast is ideal for a cold morning when hands and tummies need warming.
The classic yogurt and granola breakfast bowl goes hot.
These ingredients are all nutrition powerhouses, with antioxidants, healthy fats, and complete proteins.
Mix up your oatmeal for a savory and delicious twist.
From apple pie to caramel delight, these oatmeal additions will shake up your taste buds and keep your favorite trail breakfast fresh, every day.
Up your game with this gourmet, one-pan breakfast.
Treat yourself to kid-style cereal in this blend that'll actually get you through a grownup day.
We cracked dozens of eggs to find the perfect camping prep. Here's how to pack them efficiently, use them in trail-worthy recipes, and clean up quickly.
Yes: You should be eating eggs on the trail. Here are 7 great ways to do it.
Camp-friendly salami, summer sausage, and jerky recipes
Start your day with these tester-favorite and camp-ready breakfasts.
Fuel a long day on the trail with these tasty breakfasts.
Oatmeal, granola, and eggs–backcountry style.
Since breakfast is the most important meal of the day, don't leave camp without inhaling one of these tasty options.
Kick off the morning with cheesy bagels and gourmet oatmeal.