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HawK VittleS Breakfast Casserole

photo: HawK VittleS Breakfast Casserole breakfast


Price Reviewers Paid: $5.95


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rated 5.0 of 5 stars average rating


An awesome, yummy meal!


  • Lightweight
  • Ample portion
  • Rehydrates beautifully
  • Nice blend of flavors

Single or double servings – this review is for the single serving size.

  • Serving size: 16 oz.
  • Calories: 754
  • Ingredients: Eggs, mushrooms, onions, milk, cheese, whole grain bread
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Hawk Vittles is a 'cottage' backpacking meal vendor that I found via some YouTube reviews. They package the meals in vacuum seal bags and most have at least a year until expiration (it is marked on each label). Use a 'cozy' when rehydrating to retain heat—DIY or buy one from Hawk Vittles.

I tried this on a day trip with my dog. I set up a spot and boiled some water, then added to the bag and placed in a homemade 'cozy' for about 15-20 minutes. When done, I opened the bag and the wonderful aroma of mushrooms just floored me! I dug in eagerly and was not disappointed at first bite.

This meal is AWESOME! I had some hot sauce handy in case the flavor wasn't there, but this has plenty and I never used the hot sauce. It left me wanting more because it tasted so darn good! (Digby wanted a taste, but there's onions in it, and that's a no-no for doggies, so he had one of his own bikkets instead.)

The meal specifics can be found here—just click on Breakfast Casserole to bring up label:

I did a video review here (starts at 00.35 in):

The customer service from Hawk Vittles is top notch and they ship super-fast. I've tried some other meals by them that I will be reviewing soon. Give them a try--a very nice alternative to the 'usual suspects' of backpacking meals!

Bon Appetit!

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $5.95

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