Mountain House Freeze Dried Granola with Milk and Blueberries Single Serve Breakfast

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Make it easy to enjoy a delicious, nutritious meal on your next outdoor adventure with the Mountain House® Freeze Dried Granola with Milk and Blueberries Single Serve Breakfast. Packed in a specially designed, multi-layered foil pouch, all you have to do to fix this meal is add water and then eat a filling breakfast right from the pouch. This special pouch allows food to be stored at room temperature for years, retaining the fresh flavor and original texture. Meal contains one eight ounce serving of granola with blueberries, powdered milk, and added probiotics. Contains milk, soy, wheat and coconut. Dry weight: 4 oz. Made in USA.
Manufacturer model #: 53-449.

  • Easy packing, easy to prepare, delicious, nutritious freeze dried breakfast
  • 8 oz. serving—1 serving
  • Easy to prepare - no need for boiling water!
  • Add water in pouch and eat meal right from the pouch
  • Specially designed, multi-layered foil pouch keeps food at room temperature for years
  • Retains fresh flavor and original texture
  • Granola with blueberries, powdered milk, and added probiotics

The Mountain House product line of freeze-dried meals has been manufacturing backpacking / recreational foods since the late-1960s. Other brands of backpacking foods mix freeze dried and dehydrated ingredients in their entrees. Dehydrated ingredients cost less and do not have the superior flavor that freeze dried ingredients do. Dehydrated foods often require soaking and long cook times, while freeze dried entrees require only the addition of boiling water and a maximum set time of 10 minutes.

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