Trail Recipe: Trail Tacos with Stone Smashed Guac

Trail Tacos with Stone Smashed Guac by MONTyBOCA

We all love tacos! Why not cook them up for your crew on the trail! This recipe is sure to be a crowd-pleaser for your friends or your family.

You can keep the tacos basic with just the filling— or you can add on cheese, veggies, and a squeeze of lime to really make these pop. Don’t forget to toast your tortillas; a few seconds on the burner or in the pan go a LONG way for some tasty tacos.

And, of course, who doesn’t love guacamole? Find a rock or stick, wash it off and smash away for the perfect partner to these trail tacos. Bonus points if you eat these on a Tuesday!

Full Ingredient List

Double the recipe for double the fun! Create your own trail tacos and stone smash guacamole using the recipes and ingredient list below.

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MONTyBOCA and Chef Corso serve the camping, backpacking, hiking, and outdoor communities looking to elevate their meals. The company is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, and recipes are trail-tested by the MONTyBOCA community all over the world. All recipes are fast, easy, mindful of pack weight and volume, require no pre-prep or dehydrating, and focus on real fresh ingredients rather than dry, salty, and expensive packaged options. Follow along on Instagram and on YouTube.

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Chef Corso

Professional chef and founder of Outdoor Eats, Chef Corso wants to help you make meals in the wilderness. With over 160 trail tested meals, instructional guides and videos, and an upbeat attitude he will teach you to enjoy better, healthier foods on your backpacking trips. Follow him on Instagram.

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