- Calories 436
- Caloriesfromfat 32%
- Protein 15g
- Fat 16g
- Satfat 8.9g
- Carbohydrate 58g
- Fiber 2.5g
- Sodium 336mg
- Cholesterol 208mg
How to Make It
For french toast, combine egg powder, milk powder, and cinnamon in a large resealable plastic bag.
For syrup, combine maple sugar and 6 tbsp. water in a bowl and set aside. Add 1 cup water to egg mixture in bag; seal and massage with your hands until egg is fully hydrated.
Heat 1/2 tbsp. coconut oil in a backpacking frying pan over medium-high heat. Dip 3 English muffin halves in egg mixture, soaking briefly, then cook in coconut oil until browned, turning once, 4 to 6 minutes total. Transfer to a plate and cover with foil; repeat to cook remaining french toast.
Just before serving, stir pineapple and strawberries into maple syrup. Serve french toast with maple syrup and fruit.
*OvaEasy egg crystals are dehydrated eggs; once mixed with water, they taste like the real thing ($5.98/2 oz.; nutriom.com).
Peak powdered whole milk is rich enough for coffee ($17/900g; amazon.com).
Bring coconut oil packets, or seal oil in a small screw-on Nalgene bottle. Artisana Organics raw virgin coconut oil tastes dreamy and the packets don't leak ($23/10 packets, each about 1 oz.; natural-foods stores and amazon.com).
Coombs Family Farms pure organic maple sugar turns into syrup when you add water ($7.59/6 oz.; natural-foods stores and coombsfamilyfarms.com).
Natierra Nature's All Foods freeze-dried pineapple and strawberries perk up French toast and trail snacks (pineapple $5.99/1.5 oz., strawberries $5.99/1.2 oz.; at natural-foods stores).