What are the Best Commercial Dehydrated Dinners? [POLL]
Yeah, making it yourself is cheaper, healthier, and if you know your way around a kitchen, tastier, but once in a blue moon it’s nice to take the lazy route and treat yourself to a fancy, commercial dehydrated meal. Shelling out between $9 and $12 for a meal that tastes like cement and goat urine, however, is one of the world’s biggest bummers.
That’s what we’re here for.
Vote in the poll below to let us know which dehydrated meal is your favorite. The poll closes at 4/27/2016 at 2pm EST, at which point we will crown the winners. You can get the scoop on all of these meals in the links at the links below the poll.
(NOTE: Yes, we included a couple of breakfast items in this poll. I’m not your mom, you can eat breakfast for dinner if you’d like.)
Check out the meals for yourself
Did we miss any of your favorite meals? Throw them in the comments below.
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Alpine Aire Spicy Sausage Pasta
1. Knorr sides teriyaki noodles.
2. Knorr sides pasta Alfredo. (Loses a few points because the cheese sauce is tricky to lick clean.
12. MREs that weigh more than the rest of your hear combined.
179. Anything ever made by Mountain House.
Any of the meals from Trail logistics.
Packit Gourmet Texas State Fair Chili and Austintacious Tortilla Soup are my two favorites. The Ramen Rescue is also good and not expensive; add the chicken option for a little extra protein.
Packit Gourmet Texas State Fair Chili is delicious and might even be better than my mom’s chili.
This one really should have made the list.
Popularity contests only work with the more common stuff people already have tried. :-/
Hi! I am a freelance writer in central Maine with a monthly foodie column in the Lewiston Sun Journal. I am also a hiker with many miles logged in the NE AT. My May column will be about Good To-Go. It might be fun for my readers to hear the results of your poll – and a good plug for you as well! If you get a chance, please send me an email and maybe we can connect on the results!
OMG! you don’t have any Spokables here! https://www.sporkables.com/ Truly fresh & not expensive! Lots of good variety
Another one to check out is Paleo Meals to Go. https://paleomealstogo.com/