25 Best Foods to Bring When You Go Camping
Taking a family camping trip? Keep everyone from getting hangry after a long day of outdoor activities by packing a few of these snacks!
For a quick burst of energy, turn to these almond butter squeeze packs. They’re made with all natural, non-GMO and gluten-free ingredients. Spread this easy-to-carry snack on crackers, or eat it as-is for a protein, fiber-rich snack.
If you don’t have time to make your own, this healthy trail mix makes a great alternative. It’s made with all natural ingredients and (as a bonus) it’s also gluten-free and vegan!
Looking for an individually wrapped, on-the-go snack? These grass-fed beef sticks are perfect! They have a spicy flavor and boast grass-fed beef, no MSG, and they’re gluten- and soy-free.
Some beef jerky is loaded with nitrites, MSG, and unpronounceable ingredients. That’s why we love this brand – it has a minimal ingredient list, so you’ll get a burst of clean protein energy without any of that other stuff.
This healthy snack is the perfect way to sneak some extra veggies into your camping diet. You can reheat the package to add to campfire meals, but I love eating the freeze-dried veggies out-of-the-bag as a crunchy snack.
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