A few years ago, I took my son and some other youth on a four day hiking trip in the Smokey Mountains. It was a guided hike and they provided our meals. We ate a lot of dried meat and fruit, but one meal was delicious and not at all dehydrated. It was a peanut spread on tortillas. I learned the ingredients from the cook and when I came home I re-created it.
Not only does it taste fantastic rolled up as a tortilla sandwich, but it is also good as a dip for celery or apples. We also enjoy it on graham crackers or butter crackers.
The best part is how portable it is. The other day my kiddos were wanting a meal on the dock. The fishing was good and no one wanted to take a break for lunch. So I brought them Super Peanut Butter.
Super Peanut Butter
18 oz jar peanut butter (crunchy or creamy)
1/2 cup butter
1/2 cup honey
1 cup sunflower salted seeds
1 cup pumpkin salted seeds
Cream peanut butter, butter and honey. Mix in seeds and serve.
This is a much cheaper option than lunch meat and it doesn't have any preservatives.
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