Backpacking Food: How to Make Biscuits and Gravy

How to Make Biscuits & Gravy

Looking for a hearty way to start your day on the trail? Don’t want to pack oatmeal for breakfast…AGAIN.  Look no further than this fast, easy, and tasty biscuits and gravy recipe.  B&G is a classic packaged meal option, but for me, it falls flat on flavor and consistency.  This recipe uses some store/diner-bought biscuits at its base, then layers on some packable plant-based protein and easy-to-pack dry ingredients. Coming together for a breakfast bowl that fuels you through any tough day.

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Find out if I can make a better recipe than a packaged meal – Biscuits & Gravy. All in 15 min, with only a few packable ingredients.

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Biscuits and gravy may be an old classic, but you’ll never know until you give this recipe a try!

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Leonard Pineda

Leonard loves traveling and experiencing new places and people. He enjoys going on walks and communing with nature. Leonard is also passionate about education and what it can do to conserve the environment.

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