This was my assortment of trail food for a day spent outside in nature: a tin of hummus and veggies (light, but filling), an apple and almonds (my accessible snack), and cold-brew black tea (a gentle caffeine energy boost).
This compact kit of food slipped right into my daypack (I packed the tea in a camelback, not glass bottle). I like being outside with wrapper- and plastic-free snacks. I plan to be garbage free when I hike in, so I won’t have to carry trash as I pack out.
This Lunchskin reusable bag is one of my favorite lunch-packing tools. I have had it for a couple of years. The food-safe fabric is really durable and dishwasher safe. For holiday gifts a few years ago, I bought some for friends and family and used them as “wrapping paper” for my homemade stocking stuffers.
There’s nothing like a cold brew in a camelback! This fruity black tea steeped overnight in the refrigerator. The morning of my hike, I poured it into my camelback, along with another quart of water. It was delicious on the trail.