The Trek'n Eat product range consists of complete meals, vegetarian meals, soups, vegetables and other diverse nutritional items from breakfast to dessert. All that is required to restore the freeze-dried ingredients is hot water.
Trek'N Eat says:
To stay on the safe side of breakfast, the morning meal can’t of course lack the obligatory egg. Trek’n Eat‘s Scrambled Eggs with Onions can be magically whipped up and are quickly ready to eat, making the start of the day complete. Small diced tomatoes, delicate herbs, and tasty onions complete the morning’s gourmet delight. The Scrambled Eggs with Onions from Trek’n Eat promises to put everybody in a good mood for the day because breakfast is as we know the most important meal of the day – and that means nothing should be lacking on the table.
Trek'N Eat offer unique freeze-dried foods that can be easily prepared with hot water. Of course staff were eager to try these and quickly found that they offered a great 'all natural' taste thanks to the fact they don't add preservatives, colourants, or flavour enhancing additives.
You will probably notice that most Trek'n Eat foods have a high calorie count of around 600 calories per package, this is to cover the increased energy consumption during sports activities. All the meals are packaged in waterproof resealable standing pouches which is ideal for those who might not finish all the food at once and don't want to leave a mess in your rucksack.
- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear
MARK'S TASTE TEST - 691 kcals, all natural ingredients, gluten free, this is a very high calorie count for a breakfast and unusual in that it requires ‘frying’. You mix it with cold water in your pan and it has the consistency of a drink, you then start heating it stirring continuously and eventually it turns into scrambled eggs, cooks very quickly. I used an MSR pot with a ceramic non-stick coating, I wouldn’t like to use a standard pot because of the clean up – as it was the MSR pot cleaned up quite easily. The onion and other veg in the scrambled egg didn’t reconstitute, perhaps if the meal had been left to soak for a while before heating this may have improved it. Apart from that though it was nice tasting, bring some ketchup if that’s your thing with scrambled eggs, it was a big meal, ideal if you like a huge breakfast before that first ascent of the day.
40% egg powder , palm oil, milk powder, 3.5% onions, table salt, tomatoes, egg yolk powder, spices, egg white powder, lactose, natural flavouring, gelatine capsule: 7.5 ml soy oil
Directions of use
Mix contents into 185 ml cold water and fry in a hot pan. No fat required.
|Per 100g||Per meal|
|- of which saturated fatty acids||26g||32.5g|
|- of which sugar||13g||16.25g|