Top 3 Trail Bar Recipes

The trail bar is a staple for many backcountry diets. However, eating trail bars for days upon end can get boring!  Adventure Dining Guide invented 3 ways to elevate the trail bar using backcountry inspired ingredients.  We used Tahoe Trail Bars to make Sliders, Stuffed Dried Fruit and Biscotti.

Use a trail bar to make a hearty backcountry lunch

How to make 3 trail bar recipes

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Trail Bar Sliders, Trail Bar Stuffed Dried Fruit, Trail Bar Biscotti

Turn your trail bar into an exciting meal with these 3 easy recipes.

The Biscotti pairs nicely with a hot beverage, I used a Jetboil to make a refreshing cup of trail tea!

Course: Snacks
Cuisine: Stoveless
Servings: 1 Person
Trail Bar Slider
  • 1 Trail Bar
  • 4 slices Salami
  • 2 slices Cheese
Dried Fruit Stuffed with Trail Bar
  • 1/2 Trail Bar
  • 10 pieces Dried Apricot (can also use peach, plumb, apple, fig, date)
  • 1/8 cup Coconut Chips
Trail Bar Biscotti
  • 1 Trail Bar
  • 1 single serving pack Justin's Hazelnut Butter
Trail Bar Slider
  1. Slice Trail Bar lengthwise (like a hot dog bun). Open Trail Bar and insert cheese and salami. Fold Trail Bar bun and mold to squeeze in meat and cheese. Devour!
Dried Fruit Stuffed with Trail Bar
  1. Slice Trail Bar into small pieces. Use a knife to make an incision in dried fruit, open fruit and stuff with trail bar, and coconut chips.
Trail Bar Biscotti
  1. Lather Justin's Hazelnut Butter on top of Tahoe Trail Bar. Enjoy with tea, coffee or your favorite hot beverage.

1 Comment

  1. Kevin Wallner

    Dream meal! I’d prefer a Tahoe Trail Bar over a ClifBar any day. They’re so good!


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