We love Mountain House's breakfast skillets--they're easy to eat, convenient, and taste like home. Plus, meals are ready to eat in less than 10 minutes. However, it should be noted that this entree has more fat than other meals we tested, so we recommend cutting back on the added sugars.
Best reviewed freeze dried backpacking food. Making spaghetti with beef stroganoff is easy. Adding water and heating the pouch is a cinch and the final product tastes delicious.
It's so easy to make, in the microwave, takes about 10 minutes. It tastes like when you're at home, and they are so affordable, it's unbelievable!
The Mountain House Lasagna with Meat Sauce was the best tasting backpacking meal we tried. The freeze-dried food improves the taste of the food.
Delicious, convenient, and simple to prepare, Mountain House's cooked diced chicken provides the perfect meal for an emergency. The freeze-dried meat is the highest quality on the market, and provides turkey, chicken, and beef all in one can. Its long shelf life means it can be stored for years.
The Mountain House Beef Stew is the best backpacking food that's big enough for two. It's hearty, has all the essentials of a cup to a cup-and-a-half, and it tastes good.
Our second-best pick for best-tasting freeze dried beef is Mountain House's easiest-to-prepare option. It's packed with 22 total servings and packs in about 310 calories per serving.
You'll need more than one of these to survive an extended power outage. The eggs are rich in protein and vitamin B-12, and the bacon packs more fat than some competing brands.
This ready-to-eat freeze-dried broccoli food ration for babies and kids tastes as good as fresh broccoli. Its shelf-life has been extended to 25 years so it's more financially feasible than fresh food or canned vegetables. Add freeze dried broccoli to soups, pasta, or stir fry.
The food in the Mountain House Pad Thai with Chicken is delicious, and it snack-sized, so it's great for traveling. But we found the packaging to be a little messy.