Mountain Country Food Prep: Protein Snacks

“This post is sponsored by Everywhere Agency on behalf of FoodSaver®; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.”


As Grant and I rolled into our home state of Arkansas we knew we needed to be efficient with our time here. With only had six days to pack for the high country while also spending an adequate time with our family. I decided to multi-task and get in some much-needed Nana time while simultaneously baking protein snacks for all of our adventures.

Nana has never cooked with protein before so we had so much fun reinventing recipes to include my MTN OPS protein. We spent hours baking an assortment of brownies, 0V7A9821muffins, bars, no bake cookies and treats for Grant and I to eat on the mountain. (A full list of recipes will be included in my next blog.) When the time came to store these protein treats I couldn’t think of a better way than with my easy-to-use GameSaver® Outdoorsman Vacuum Sealing System. The Outdoorsman, as well the GameSaver 28 gallon bags and GameSaver 11” expandable heat rolls (2 pack) will be 20% off from September 9-16th on Amazon – you can use these links to order: GameSaver® Outdoorsman Vacuum Sealing System & GameSaver® Heat-Seal bags and rolls!

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This might be a little different than the normal game meat we package with our Outdoorsman Vacuum Sealing System, but the end result is the same: air tight, compact and no mess food storage! If you are looking for the perfect vacuum sealer for your game meat, just know that this one has thecapability of up to 40 consecutive seals or up to 120 pounds of game. The GameSaver® Heat-Seal bags and rolls can also be cut and sealed to the perfect size for our backcountry protein snacks.

I’m looking forward to staying #OffTheGrid longer with my protein snacks that will fuel my husband and I on National Hunting and Fishing Day and beyond for weeks at a time! The memories I made with Nana while baking together will be remembered every time I open my snack bags on the mountain.

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