The Best Dehydrated Camping Food for Your Next Big Trip
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COSMIK Freeze Dried Ice Cream
You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream—the freeze-dried variety, that is. Free of artificial ingredients and colors, these bars ($20 for 4) come in pint-inspired flavors like mint chocolate chip and cookies and cream. If ice cream isn’t your thing, here are some other campfire comfort foods to make instead.
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Wise Company Breakfast Bucket
What is the best dehydrated camping food? Well, breakfast is the most important meal, especially when you’re camping. Enter this breakfast bucket ($150): You’ll get 92 servings of everything you need to fuel your day, including hearty pancakes with maple syrup, egg scrambles and whey milk.
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Greenbelly Backpacking Meal Bars
No fire, no problem. Just like these no-cook camping meals, these gluten-free bars ($26) can be eaten anywhere, anytime. And they’ll definitely give you energy and nutrition—each bar has a third of your nutritional needs, including a balance of carbs, fat, protein, sodium and fiber.