What's new? If you are looking to taste something different in your backpacking food, you are in luck! Outdoor Herbivore has several new flavors. Here is a look at our latest offerings.
New Breakfast Cereal
New Seasonal Item for Autumn! This hot breakfast porridge features an ancient grain called Pinole, which are toasted corn grits similar to masa harina. Pinole is a staple food of the Tarahumara, a Native American people of northwestern Mexico who are renowned for their long-distance running ability. The version featured here is a unique crop variety that is naturally instant and higher in protein. The combination of cranberries and nuts will sustain you for hours. 110 Cal/Oz. Vegan and Gluten Free.
This is the answer to a fresh salad on the trail. Just add water and allow to hydrate 5 minutes. Made with CA grown freeze-dried broccoli, slivered almonds, plump sweet dried cranberries and raisins marinated in a zesty vinaigrette. Enjoy this salad with trail sprouts for a touch of raw goodness. 126 Cal/Oz. Vegan and Gluten Free.
This refreshing and filling Spanish inspired cold soup quenches your thirst while providing the nourishment of a fresh salad. No-cook. Just add water. Make it as a salsa and enjoy with a side of flat bread for more calories. 113 Cal/Oz. Vegan and Gluten Free.
Organic matchstick sized buckwheat noodles in a creamy basil walnut pesto sauce. 123 Cal/Oz. Vegan.
Our version of potato cheese soup made with all organic ingredients.This delicious cheesy potato soup is high calorie and quick to prepare - just add hot water. Makes 1.5 to 2 cups of soup depending on your desired soupiness. 131 Cal/Oz. Lacto-Vegetarian.
New Seasonal Item! This warming, satisfying backpacking vegetable soup featuring flaked quinoa and black beans in a tomato-vegetable broth is a meal in itself.
Are you looking for a quick mid-day snack? This instant hummus mix is lightweight and packs 133 calories/ounce. The bell pepper, lemon & garlic brings this hummus alive with flavor. Just stir in a small amount of cold water and the included olive oil and enjoy the robust flavor in 5 minutes.
Hummus is a delight on the trail and a rich source of complex carbohydrates. Try this creamy hummus on a tortilla. Vegan. Gluten Free.
You asked us for more snacks, so here are a few more high calorie, yet healthy, snacking options for the trail.
A flavorful fusion of crystallized Fiji ginger bites, turmeric dusted coconut chips, chewy cranberries, and assorted nuts delivering a burst of energy. 143 Cal/Oz. Vegan. Gluten Free. Read about the health benefits of this powerful trail mix.
These seriously crunchy baked cinnamon sugar banana chips make an excellent finger food for the trail or your desk drawer. 144 Cal/Oz. Vegan. Gluten Free.
Freeze dried blueberries, dusted cinnamon coconut chips, assorted seeds, and nuts for a hearty trail snack that is sure to energize you. 154 Cal/Oz. Vegan. Gluten Free.
This mouth-watering combination of crunchy green peas, sweet corn, and tomato flakes are marinated in chili lime, resulting in extraordinary flavor. These freeze dried veggies are great for munching while on the trail, or to add bold flavor to your own meals. 100 Cal/Oz. Vegan. Gluten Free.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with these chocolate peanut butter plantain chips. Dusted with organic fair trade dark cocoa, roasted peanut flour, cane sugar, a touch of coconut oil and sea salt. At 145 Cal/Oz, these snacks make an excellent high-calorie finger food.