Are you the kind of person who spends more time cooking over a campfire or backpacking stove than you do in your own kitchen? If so, there is a new website you’ll definitely want to checkout and add to your bookmarks. It’s called CampingRecipes.co and it is sure to become a popular resource for the outdoor crowd.
As you would expect from an online cooking site, Camping Recipes has a database filled with all kinds of suggestions for things to eat while out on the trail. It features hundreds of suggestions for healthy and tasty snacks and meals for when you’re out on the trail. It even features full meal plans designed to provide plenty of calories for extended trips.
The site offers a solid search tool for finding new versions of your favorite recipes but it also provides plenty of categories to explore as well. For instance, there are vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options. There are also suggestions for car camping , backpacking and ultralight trekking, as well as recipes that don’t require any cooking at all. Camping Recipes provides excellent choices for kids, low carb selections and even gourmet meals for the talented trail chef.
But what really sets this site apart from others is the wealth of information in provides specifically for backpacking. Not only does it provide the full recipe for the meals but it also provides calorie counts too. It also offers an estimated weight for carrying all the ingredients in your pack, which is helpful for those who want to know exactly what they’re carrying with them when they hit the trail.
If you’re looking to add some new options to your outdoor cooking repertoire, then head over to CampingRecipes.co now. While you’re there, sign-up and join the community. You’ll be abel to share some of your favorite trail-menu options, interact with others and review recipes.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I suddenly find myself very hungry.
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