Posts Tagged / trail food

Home Cooked Trail Food #8

Chocolate Seed Pods It had been a while since I had experimented with any new home made trail food. I had been so into just eating variations of my flapjacks and bananas when out riding that I just didn’t really need to bother with anything else. A few weeks ago however I decided I wanted […]


Home Cooked Trail Food #7

I made some variations on my flapjacks this weekend to give some variety and because I wanted to try out making a more protein rich versions. I started off with the same basic recipe but made a small batch (see below), then halved the mixture and added some extra flavor to each. In one half […]


Home cooked trail food #6

Emu’s Flapjack These flapjacks are awesome! They contain quite a lot of butter though so they are a bit fattier than I would normally like but what the hell they taste great and they still have plenty of carbs in. They tend to be a bit harder and dryer than shop bought ones which means […]


Home cooked trail food #5

The first time I did the rice cakes I used the wrong rice. They were nice but they didn’t hold together as a cake at all. Now I’m using the Glutinous sticky rice, they are holding together and work every well out on the trail. Here is a savory one and a sweet one. Raspberry and […]


Home cooked trail food #4

Mochiko Stickies (white chocolate/maple syrup) Ingredients: 1/2 cup almond milk, 5g butter, 7tsp ggranulated sugar, 110g crisped rice cereal, 1/2 cup glutinous rice flour, 25g dark chocolate chips or 1tbsp maple syrup. Method: Mix the milk, rice flour, butter, sugar in a pan over a low heat. Mix until melted and smoothish. Then mix in the […]


Home Cooked trail food #3

Well I couldn’t really be arsed writing up last weekend’s ride. I’m reaching the point again of riding too much to report on every one but I did try out some new recipes. They were good! Cottage Cheese Pancakes Ingredients: 2 eggs, 115g low fat cottage cheese, 1/4 cup Spelt flour, 2 slices of Edam, […]


Home Cooked Trail Food #2

Another one inspired by Feedzone Portables. Baked Eggs With Ham & Parmesan Ingredients: 3 eggs, 3 slices of your favorite thin sliced ham, 3tsp of grated Parmesan. Method: Spray the a muffin tin with oil. Lay the ham slices into the muffin cases and crack the eggs into the tin on top of the ham. […]


Home Cooked Trail Food #1

So I recently bought Biju Thomas and Allen Lim’s latest book Feed Zone Portables. It’s a cook book for food that is easy to take out with you will doing exercise or in my case riding the bike. I have always preferred to have real food, not gels, while riding so I thought this was perfect […]