Sweet Potato Porridge

Easy, scrumptious freezer bag recipe for the trail.

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Servings: 1

Prep Time: 00:20

Cook Time: 00:25

Main Ingredients

1/2 c. dehydrated sweet potatoes

1 t chia seeds

1 t. milk powder

1 t. coconut flour

1 t. maple sugar or xylitol

1 t. butter powder

1/4 t. cinnamon

1/4 t. vanilla powder

pinch salt

1/8 c. toasted pumpkin seeds

1/8 c. flaked coconut

2 optional: t. crumbled bacon jerky


1At home:

2Pulse the sweet potatoes 2-3 times in the food processor.

3Mix together the dry ingredients through the salt and put in one freezer bag.

4Mix together the pumpkin seeds and the flaked coconut and put in a separate snack bag. Keep the bacon jerky separate if using.

5On the trail:

6Bring scant 1 C water to near boil. Add to sweet potato mix in freezer bag. Stir or knead being careful because it's HOT. Place the bag in your cozy and let rehydrate for 20-30 minutes, kneading or stirring occasionally.

7Sprinkle the pumpkin seeds, coconut and jerky, if using, on top before serving.

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