|Weight: 102-107g||Energy: 1314-1384kJ||Protein: 10.3g|
This is probably one of the more obvious breakfasts for hiking. It is an easy, high energy, high protein, and very light weight meal. You can buy pre-packed porridge sachets from the supermarket, but I prefer to make my own. I also like honey in my porridge, it is possble to get little honey sachets, otherwise if you need enough of it take a travel bottle with enough for several meals, you just might want a bottle that squeezes easily! Alternatively, it is fine without honey or you can bring sugar or any other sweetener you want.
|Freeze dried apple||5g||81kJ||0.1g||0.1g||4.2g|
Ingredients (per person)
|Bag 1||Bottle/Sachet 2|
|58g / 0.5 cups quick oats||Optional: 5g honey|
|32g milk powder|
|5g freeze dried apple|
|1 tsp cinnamon|
Water required: 120mL
Extra gourment alternatives: Dice up a fresh apple instead of freeze dried. I like granny smiths (though be careful not to bruise!). Half an apple is plenty, this will add about 50-75g/person.
- Boil 1⁄2 cup water (add less/more depending on consistency preference)
- Remove from heat and add bag of oats and flavouring
- Sit for 3-5 minutes depending on texture preference
- Add honey if using —