I've been doing more and more backpacking trips over the past couple of years and looking to do more in the future. I've been working on some meals that work well for backpacking trips some of which are a mix of backpacking and bushcraft and some that are more about putting in miles. I looked at the recipe thread in the cooking forum but a lot of the meals didn't seem suited to traveling well. I searched in this forum and found this thread, but figured a general thread for everyones favorite meals and food when backpacking would be good. Rice Tortillas Knorr rice sides, I like the Mexican or Spanish ones (half a bag for a single person is plenty) Tortillas (whatever you prefer) Meat: Chicken or Jalapeno Tuna are my go to both are precooked and come in pouches Optional: Cheese, Peppers, hot peppers Cook up the rice, you can cook it in the pot, or cut out some of the water and let it soak. I like to mix the meet into the rice while its hot and close to or done cooking. This way it's all warm and the flavors mix well. Scoup some on a tortilla and add other toppings if available and it's ready to eat. Eggs and Bacon/Sausage in a pot or on a plate Water bottle with eggs already out of the shell. A little funel works great for this. Squeeze the extra air from the bottle after adding the eggs. Frozen bacon or sausage Reflectix pouch: you can make one from any piece of reflective bobble wrap. I've gotten a couple from Amazon Prime Now orders. Cook the meat first and leave at least some of the oil in the pan or on the plate. Then cook the egs using the oil to help keep them from sticking. My last trip I cooked 6 sausage patties and 6 eggs on a 7" titanium plate on top of an alcohol stove. This is only a viable option for the first morning. I wouldn't go beyond that. Nutella Wraps Tortilla Nutella Rasins Optional: nuts or gorp Spread Nutella on two wraps. Sprinkle on rasins and anything else desired. Roll both up and place in a zipZip sandwich bag. Makes for a tasty quick and dirty trailable lunch. Tuna Mac (old faithful) Mac and cheese (Kroger has a white box in their organic section that is light, compact, and tasty if you don't like the powder cheese like me) Tuna packet: the Jalapeno flavored tuna is my personal favorite This is a go to for me due to it's simplicity. If you haven't tried it don't knock it until you do. Some folks are funny about mixing the tuna with anything, but this combination works very well in my experience. Coffee Starbucks Via instant coffee has been a go to since a forum member introduced me to it a couple years ago. I like their Blonde and their Columbian blends. I'm currently testing out a much cheaper alternative. So what are some of your favorite backpacking meals, recipes, and foods?