Lasagna
Lasagna
Lasagna Prepared
Lasagna
Lasagna
Lasagna
Lasagna
Lasagna
Lasagna Prepared
Lasagna
Lasagna
Lasagna

Lasagna

Regular price $8.99
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  • Pasta, tomatoes, Parmesan cheese, Mozzarella & Italian spices 
  • Vegetarian
  • 10 year shelf life
  • 19g of protein per serving
  • 2 servings per pouch
Description

Backpacker’s Pantry Vegetarian Lasagna is an authentic winner with imported freeze-dried Belgian pasta, organic Non-GMO sundried tomatoes, Parmesan Cheese & a ton of international flavor. This is a traditional Italian comfort food with a gourmet backpacking twist. An all-ages crowd favorite Backpacker’s Pantry Lasagna is vegetarian and fast and easy to prepare. Two cups of boiling water and 10-15 minutes for hydration is all you need. With 22 grams of protein coming from Organic non-Gmo Textured Soy Protein. Rich, hearty and great tasting, this high protein vegetarian lasagna this is comfort food at it’s best. Students, mountaineers, hunters & climbers will appreciate the clean flavors & convenience. Serve two hungry people. 

Ingredients
SAUCE (ORGANIC TEXTURED SOY PROTEIN, TOMATO POWDER (TOMATO, 1% SILICON DIOXIDE), FREEZE-DRIED MOZZARELLA CHEESE (PART-SKIM MILK, CHEESE CULTURES, SALT AND ENZYMES), PARMESAN CHEESE (PARMESAN CHEESE (CULTURED PART-SKIM MILK, SALT, ENZYMES), DISODIUM PHOSPHATE, SALT), BUTTER POWDER (BUTTER (CREAM, SALT), NONFAT DRY MILK, BUTTERMILK, SODIUM CITRATE, BETA-CAROTENE (USED AS A COLOR), CITRIC ACID, TOCOPHEROL (USED AS AN ANTI-OXIDANT)), POTATO STARCH, ORGANIC DRIED TOMATO FLAKES, ONION, DRIED MUSHROOMS, SEA SALT, GREENBELL PEPPER, CELERY, GARLIC, PARSLEY, NON GMO PURE CANE SUGAR, BASIL, MEXICAN OREGANO), FREEZE-DRIED TAGLIATELLE PASTA (GROUND DURUM WHEAT SEMOLINA, WATER, EGG ALBUMEN, SALT)
Allergens
CONTAINS: rBST-free Milk, Soy, Egg and Wheat
Preparation & Storage
Remove and discard enclosed oxygen absorber before beginning food preparation. Add 2-1/4 cups (540 mL) of boiling water. Stir well. Seal and let sit for 15-20 minutes. Stir and serve. Rehydration time doubles every 5,000 feet of elevation gain. Our directions are set for 5,000 feet. Best By Date on packaging is 10 years from manufacturing date.
Shipping
Shipping in the U.S.: After processing allow 1-5 days for UPS GROUND depending on your location; 1-5 days for U.S. Postal Service Priority Mail. See backpackerspantry.com/customerservice/ for more info.
Customer Reviews
4.6 Based on 11 Reviews
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10/29/2021
Karen M.
United States United States
Restaurant meal in the backcountry

This was incredibly delicious! I loved having this warm meal after a long hiking day. Will definitely buy again.Thanks!

10/29/2021
Backpacker's Pantry

Thank you for your kind words, Karen! We're glad we can feed you well in the backcountry!

H
07/20/2021
Hannah
Pretty good lasagna

This dehydrated meal was pretty decent. It reconstituted very well, the amount of water recommended seemed perfect. It tastes heavily of tomato, oregano, and mozzarella. It's very comforting and filling. It tasted like it was missing something, though. With a little more salt and some parmesan on top it was almost there, but not quite. Overall I'm not too disappointed. It was tasty and I don't regret my purchase, but I probably won't order it again.

B
08/03/2020
backpackermom
Bring back the chicken one with the olive oil packet, and keep this one, too, please

The chicken version of this dinner is the only backpacking meal my 12-year-old son will eat. Please bring it back, and I'll buy two for the omnivores and two for the vegetarians. Thank you for making food that tastes like food!

T
10/12/2019
Tom
It's Really Good, But

Really Good, But just wish you would make more Carb Friendly Foods

N
10/02/2019
Nicky
Delicious, but too small

Really tasty, but too small after a hard day of hiking. I’m very tall, but even my mom thought one bag per person was too little. The bag is only 680 calories—not sure how that’s supposed to be a dinner for someone on a 2000 calorie a day diet, let alone with the increased energy expenditure of hiking.

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Customer Reviews
4.6 Based on 11 Reviews
5 ?
73% 
8
4 ?
18% 
2
3 ?
9% 
1
2 ?
0% 
0
1 ?
0% 
0
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KM
10/29/2021
Karen M.
United States United States
Restaurant meal in the backcountry

This was incredibly delicious! I loved having this warm meal after a long hiking day. Will definitely buy again.Thanks!

10/29/2021
Backpacker's Pantry

Thank you for your kind words, Karen! We're glad we can feed you well in the backcountry!

H
07/20/2021
Hannah
Pretty good lasagna

This dehydrated meal was pretty decent. It reconstituted very well, the amount of water recommended seemed perfect. It tastes heavily of tomato, oregano, and mozzarella. It's very comforting and filling. It tasted like it was missing something, though. With a little more salt and some parmesan on top it was almost there, but not quite. Overall I'm not too disappointed. It was tasty and I don't regret my purchase, but I probably won't order it again.

B
08/03/2020
backpackermom
Bring back the chicken one with the olive oil packet, and keep this one, too, please

The chicken version of this dinner is the only backpacking meal my 12-year-old son will eat. Please bring it back, and I'll buy two for the omnivores and two for the vegetarians. Thank you for making food that tastes like food!

T
10/12/2019
Tom
It's Really Good, But

Really Good, But just wish you would make more Carb Friendly Foods

N
10/02/2019
Nicky
Delicious, but too small

Really tasty, but too small after a hard day of hiking. I’m very tall, but even my mom thought one bag per person was too little. The bag is only 680 calories—not sure how that’s supposed to be a dinner for someone on a 2000 calorie a day diet, let alone with the increased energy expenditure of hiking.