10 Nutritious Gifts for Backpackers and Hikers
Surprise your family, friends and hiking buddies with beautifully made and truly useful gifts created right from your own kitchen. Try these great recipes at home for some very tasty edible gifts:
Granola is an essential ingredient in many snacks, especially those meant for hiking or backpacking.
2. Date Pecan No-Bake Energy Bites
There are only three ingredients in these super healthy energy bites. These snacks are jam-packed with energy, just perfect for a long day on the trail.
Jerky is the absolute champion of all available hiking snacks. These thin strips of dried beef are very lightweight, easy to pack and provide the perfect balance of fat, proteins and carbohydrates.
Fruit leather rolls are a very delicious and healthy snack, appealing to both kids and adults. Make a big batch since they tend to disappear from the plate very quickly.
5. Puffed Amaranth and Peanut Butter Bars
These gluten-free bars are one of my favorites and make for the perfect vegan treat. They are so delicious; you can’t get enough of them!
This snack is made up of dried fruits, berries, nuts and seeds for a tasty trail-mix, the perfect portable fuel for your hike. This classic, old-fashioned snack is made into “salami” for easy packing.
Corn flakes, dates and seeds combined together to make the perfect sweet treat to get you through your hike.
These crisp and tasty treats are easy-to-make and provide a good nutritious snack for anyone setting out on the trail.
Our dried orange, grapefruit and tangerine wheels make for very tasty hiking snacks and can do double-duty as unique decorations for your Xmas tree.
Peanut butter snacks have already placed first on a hiker’s list of go-to foods. These small sweet cubes are packed with calories and provide a much-needed energy boost to sustain you for a long day’s hike.
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Wow. Im thinking of roadeavour tools. Food would be awesome as well.