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Mountain House Raspberry Crumble

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You could pick the M&Ms out of your GORP for dessert. Or you could have raspberries and chocolate.

Don't skip dessert just because your miles into the backcountry. Whip up the Mountain House Raspberry Crumble, and wow your backpacking or boating partners. Not only is a chocolate dessert a decadent treat, but fruit tastes especially good after being out a few days, no? Enjoy your raspberry crumble after a Mountain House meal of lasagna, and get fully carbo-loaded.
  • Item #MHS0026

Tech Specs

Serving Size
1/2 cup
Servings Per Container
Pouch Cook
0 mg
Dietary Fiber
2 g
1 g
Saturated Fat
0.5 g
60 mg
21 g
Total Carbohydrates
32 g
Total Fat
3 g
Claimed Weight
5.2 oz
Recommended Use
backpacking, pie-hole stuffing

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New Tradition

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This stuff is good. It was suggested to me by a friend as a fun dessert to bring for another friends birthday in Iceland. We surprised her and we all shared a few bags of this under the stars. We all love this paste of raspberry jam and chocolate chunks that now the group of us always buy a package for the last night of any trip we do. Great dessert.


    Mountain House meals are incredibly convenient when it comes to having meals in the backcountry. They are super easy to make and they are ready in no time! They are super easy to make and they are ready in no time! I wasn't sure how I was going to like this one Mountain House meal but surprisingly, it was super delicious!

    Dessert or Breakfast?

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Honestly, I could eat this stuff anytime. Breakfast, lunch, brunch, dessert, fifth-meal, really whenever. This stuff is so tasty that you'll forget you are in the woods. Why shouldn't you get dessert when you are in the backcountry? Absolutely no reason.

    Pie Filling at its best

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The answer to our prayers after four consecutive days paddling down the Rio Grande. Just the pick me up the team needed before finishing the last stretch of our trip. Pack this in anticipation for that one tough day of your trip! It?s delicious!

    Chocolate raspberry deliciousness!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have brought this along on a couple of different trips now and it always scores well with the group. As with all of the mountain house stuff, it's pretty easy to make. Just don't forget to remove the desiccant!

    If everyone in your group only takes a spoon full, one pouch can be enough for around 6-8 people. Obviously, if you have greedy friends, you'll want to be first to test it (just checking for quality, of course!).

    Best Dessert!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I always carry at least one of these on a three to four day hike. After a few days on the trail even the best food starts to taste a little bland. Knowing I have one of these in my pack helps me keep going. I eat it near the last day or if I get down and need something to pick me up both physically and mentally.

    Super tasty!

      Hands down my favorite freeze-dried dessert. This stuff is really, really, really good. I must say though, 1 package for 4 people is perfect. I tried eating splitting one with a buddy of mine and it's good for the first 5 bites, but it's pretty rich, so be ready for it. All in all, it's great and I get it whenever I'm heading to the backcountry!

      mmm mmm good!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      After a long day on the trail, this is just the bees knees! Sweet, rich, hot, all the things you need in the backcountry, just be prepared to get sticky!

      My God this was so good

        My friends and I went on a 5 day canoe trip in the adirondacks and all of us are pretty healthy eaters didn't think to bring any candy. By the 4th night for some reason we were craving sugar and this TOTALLY hit ths spot. We were going to do it the night after but it was an emergency. It was awesome. The raspberry filling was delicious and the cookies made it incredible. They need to make backpacking cool whip next!!!

        Can these meals be carried on an international...

        Can these meals be carried on an international flight?

        Best Answer

        TSA doesn't have any restrictions on freeze dried food as long as it's factory sealed. Check it though to avoid hassles and delays with the x-ray machine. That said, Mountain House will ship by air, so there aren't usually any problems with air pressure changes rupturing the pouches. However, Mountain House won't ship internationally because some countries restrict all imports of meat, poultry, and produce, even freeze dried. You'll definitely want to see what's up with where you're specifically going before you commit.

        How do you prepare this, just add water?

        How do you prepare this, just add water?