Camp Food: Good To-Go

Gourmet Dehydrated Food for Camping Good To-Go provided us some samples to test out over our Spring Break road trips (Easter Weekend and southern Illinois). They consider themselves a gourmet food company, which is supported by the packaging and food visually. The food is gluten-free, primarily non-GMO, does not have any preservatives or additives, and is made … More Camp Food: Good To-Go

Camp Food: MaryJanesFarm

While we were enjoying our Spring Break road trips (Easter Weekend and southern Illinois), we enjoyed many good meals, with camp food from companies we weren’t familiar with, like MaryJanesFarm. They don’t have a huge selection of camp food, but it’s organic, which is a huge plus in our book. They go beyond healthier farming … More Camp Food: MaryJanesFarm

Camp Food: Backpacker’s Pantry

Adventure Food For our two Spring Break road trips (Easter Weekend and southern Illinois), Backpacker’s Pantry generously provided sample meals for us to try out and review (way more than we could eat in that time, so we’ll keep tasting and reporting, haha). The company was founded in 1951 to supply the Girl Scouts with … More Camp Food: Backpacker’s Pantry

Camp Food: OvaEasy Powdered Eggs

One of my favorite breakfasts is the old standby eggs and bacon, but it’s not easy to make it while camping, though not impossible. For our two recent road trips (Easter weekend and southern Illinois), Nutriom provided us samples of their OvaEasy Powdered Egg and OvaEasy French Toast Mix. No eggs to bring along and worry about … More Camp Food: OvaEasy Powdered Eggs