West Memphis Grits Soufflé

creamy hominy grits with green chiles, shallots & cheddar-jack cheese

This stick-to-your-bones breakfast is a favorite of the Packit crew! Stone-ground hominy corn grits, green chiles, shallots and cheddar jack cheese are blended into a creamy, hearty breakfast with just a hint of spice!

If you think you don't like grits, we dare you to give ours a try! 

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About Our WEST MEMPHIS GRITS SOUFFLÉ

  • 1 Serving Backpacking Breakfast
     
  • Dietary Considerations:  vegetarian dish
    • dehydrated & freeze-dried ingredients
    • 360 calories
    • 14 g protein
       
  • Meal Net Weight:  3.1 oz | 90 g    
      
  • Required:  boiling water
     
  • Recommended:  long–handled spoon;  Cook–in–Cozy

Remove

natural desiccant.

Add

3/4 cup (6 oz / 177 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.

Press

air from pouch and seal.

Steep-Cook

for 10 minutes.

Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required. 

STIR
to blend.

 

Rise & Shine!

to your West Memphis Soufflé!

 

Ingredients & Nutrition

 

 

Ingredients:

Grits (specially processed degerminated white corn grits, salt, calcium carbonate, reduced iron, niacin, BHT and citric acid, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Colby-Jack Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes, annatto), Whole Milk, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Sweet Corn Puree, Minced Shallots, Red Pepper Spice (salt, spices, garlic, silicon dioxide), Diced Sweet Onion, Spices, Green Onions, Jalapeno Pepper

Special Notes:

CONTAINS: Milk

PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.

Press Articles

Prep for this creamy, savory, Southern-style comfort food is as easy as it gets: Boil water, add to bag, stir and let sit for 10 minutes. Testers loved the well defined jalapeno and corn flavors, fluffy texture and mild tang provided by a blend of cheddar jack cheeses. Eat these grits as a breakfast cereal or, as one tester suggested, "as filling for a jerky-stuffed burrito."


— Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Gear, Spring Gear Guide, April 2013

frequently asked questions

Why is a Cook–in–Cozy™ recommended?
 

We recommend that all of our hot meals spend time "steep-cooking" while snuggled in a Cook-in-Cozy. We find this method promotes a more consistent temperature and steady cook time for Cook-in-Bag preparation; and results in a better serving temperature for your meal. When not in use, our Cook-in-Cozy folds away nicely in your pack for storage and weighs in at only 1.4oz.

Reviews (11)

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    A nice break from the usual oatmeal. Perfect portion size and great way to start the day. Creamy (add a little more H20), flavorful, and gluten friendly. A new breakfast staple!

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    This is my go to breakfast now. Simply delicious.

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    This is my "go to" breakfast on any backpack trip. It is easy to prepare, filling, delicious and packed with flavor.

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    This is damn good. I normally skip breakfast when backpacking, but I always manage to make room for this on at least one day.

  • 4

    4.0 Fork Rating

    by

    Even as someone who doesn't normally eat breakfast, enjoy these. Taken on many backcountry trips.

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    This meal was my introduction to PackIt, and it was while we were camped next to them at an expo event. We had shrimp and grits on our menu already, so I decided to try their much more elevated grits for our dinner. I was astonished by the quality and taste of their version, and have loved every meal of theirs since then.

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    Delicious, filling and easy to make!!!

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    Really like this one for breakfast; hearty, warming and satisfying. Kinda wished there was more. Suppose I could add a few oz of summer sausage to give it some more calories and size.

  • 5

    5.0 Fork Rating

    by

    Had it.... Loved it. I should have ordered more.

Cooking Method

just add water

Water Required

6 ounces

Temperature

boiling water

Cook time

10 minutes

Serving

8 Ounces

  • About
  • About Our WEST MEMPHIS GRITS SOUFFLÉ

    • 1 Serving Backpacking Breakfast
       
    • Dietary Considerations:  vegetarian dish
      • dehydrated & freeze-dried ingredients
      • 360 calories
      • 14 g protein
         
    • Meal Net Weight:  3.1 oz | 90 g    
        
    • Required:  boiling water
       
    • Recommended:  long–handled spoon;  Cook–in–Cozy

    Remove

    natural desiccant.

    Add

    3/4 cup (6 oz / 177 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.

    Press

    air from pouch and seal.

    Steep-Cook

    for 10 minutes.

    Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required. 

    STIR
    to blend.

     

    Rise & Shine!

    to your West Memphis Soufflé!

     

    Ingredients & Nutrition

     

     

    Ingredients:

    Grits (specially processed degerminated white corn grits, salt, calcium carbonate, reduced iron, niacin, BHT and citric acid, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Colby-Jack Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes, annatto), Whole Milk, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Sweet Corn Puree, Minced Shallots, Red Pepper Spice (salt, spices, garlic, silicon dioxide), Diced Sweet Onion, Spices, Green Onions, Jalapeno Pepper

    Special Notes:

    CONTAINS: Milk

    PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.

    Press Articles

    Prep for this creamy, savory, Southern-style comfort food is as easy as it gets: Boil water, add to bag, stir and let sit for 10 minutes. Testers loved the well defined jalapeno and corn flavors, fluffy texture and mild tang provided by a blend of cheddar jack cheeses. Eat these grits as a breakfast cereal or, as one tester suggested, "as filling for a jerky-stuffed burrito."


    — Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Gear, Spring Gear Guide, April 2013

    frequently asked questions

    Why is a Cook–in–Cozy™ recommended?
     

    We recommend that all of our hot meals spend time "steep-cooking" while snuggled in a Cook-in-Cozy. We find this method promotes a more consistent temperature and steady cook time for Cook-in-Bag preparation; and results in a better serving temperature for your meal. When not in use, our Cook-in-Cozy folds away nicely in your pack for storage and weighs in at only 1.4oz.

    Reviews (11)

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      A nice break from the usual oatmeal. Perfect portion size and great way to start the day. Creamy (add a little more H20), flavorful, and gluten friendly. A new breakfast staple!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is my go to breakfast now. Simply delicious.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is my "go to" breakfast on any backpack trip. It is easy to prepare, filling, delicious and packed with flavor.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is damn good. I normally skip breakfast when backpacking, but I always manage to make room for this on at least one day.

    • 4

      4.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Even as someone who doesn't normally eat breakfast, enjoy these. Taken on many backcountry trips.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This meal was my introduction to PackIt, and it was while we were camped next to them at an expo event. We had shrimp and grits on our menu already, so I decided to try their much more elevated grits for our dinner. I was astonished by the quality and taste of their version, and have loved every meal of theirs since then.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Delicious, filling and easy to make!!!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Really like this one for breakfast; hearty, warming and satisfying. Kinda wished there was more. Suppose I could add a few oz of summer sausage to give it some more calories and size.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Had it.... Loved it. I should have ordered more.

    Cooking Method

    just add water

    Water Required

    6 ounces

    Temperature

    boiling water

    Cook time

    10 minutes

    Serving

    8 Ounces

  • Instructions
  • About Our WEST MEMPHIS GRITS SOUFFLÉ

    • 1 Serving Backpacking Breakfast
       
    • Dietary Considerations:  vegetarian dish
      • dehydrated & freeze-dried ingredients
      • 360 calories
      • 14 g protein
         
    • Meal Net Weight:  3.1 oz | 90 g    
        
    • Required:  boiling water
       
    • Recommended:  long–handled spoon;  Cook–in–Cozy

    Remove

    natural desiccant.

    Add

    3/4 cup (6 oz / 177 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.

    Press

    air from pouch and seal.

    Steep-Cook

    for 10 minutes.

    Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required. 

    STIR
    to blend.

     

    Rise & Shine!

    to your West Memphis Soufflé!

     

    Ingredients & Nutrition

     

     

    Ingredients:

    Grits (specially processed degerminated white corn grits, salt, calcium carbonate, reduced iron, niacin, BHT and citric acid, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Colby-Jack Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes, annatto), Whole Milk, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Sweet Corn Puree, Minced Shallots, Red Pepper Spice (salt, spices, garlic, silicon dioxide), Diced Sweet Onion, Spices, Green Onions, Jalapeno Pepper

    Special Notes:

    CONTAINS: Milk

    PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.

    Press Articles

    Prep for this creamy, savory, Southern-style comfort food is as easy as it gets: Boil water, add to bag, stir and let sit for 10 minutes. Testers loved the well defined jalapeno and corn flavors, fluffy texture and mild tang provided by a blend of cheddar jack cheeses. Eat these grits as a breakfast cereal or, as one tester suggested, "as filling for a jerky-stuffed burrito."


    — Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Gear, Spring Gear Guide, April 2013

    frequently asked questions

    Why is a Cook–in–Cozy™ recommended?
     

    We recommend that all of our hot meals spend time "steep-cooking" while snuggled in a Cook-in-Cozy. We find this method promotes a more consistent temperature and steady cook time for Cook-in-Bag preparation; and results in a better serving temperature for your meal. When not in use, our Cook-in-Cozy folds away nicely in your pack for storage and weighs in at only 1.4oz.

    Reviews (11)

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      A nice break from the usual oatmeal. Perfect portion size and great way to start the day. Creamy (add a little more H20), flavorful, and gluten friendly. A new breakfast staple!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is my go to breakfast now. Simply delicious.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is my "go to" breakfast on any backpack trip. It is easy to prepare, filling, delicious and packed with flavor.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is damn good. I normally skip breakfast when backpacking, but I always manage to make room for this on at least one day.

    • 4

      4.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Even as someone who doesn't normally eat breakfast, enjoy these. Taken on many backcountry trips.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This meal was my introduction to PackIt, and it was while we were camped next to them at an expo event. We had shrimp and grits on our menu already, so I decided to try their much more elevated grits for our dinner. I was astonished by the quality and taste of their version, and have loved every meal of theirs since then.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Delicious, filling and easy to make!!!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Really like this one for breakfast; hearty, warming and satisfying. Kinda wished there was more. Suppose I could add a few oz of summer sausage to give it some more calories and size.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Had it.... Loved it. I should have ordered more.

    Cooking Method

    just add water

    Water Required

    6 ounces

    Temperature

    boiling water

    Cook time

    10 minutes

    Serving

    8 Ounces

  • Ingredients & Nutrition
  • About Our WEST MEMPHIS GRITS SOUFFLÉ

    • 1 Serving Backpacking Breakfast
       
    • Dietary Considerations:  vegetarian dish
      • dehydrated & freeze-dried ingredients
      • 360 calories
      • 14 g protein
         
    • Meal Net Weight:  3.1 oz | 90 g    
        
    • Required:  boiling water
       
    • Recommended:  long–handled spoon;  Cook–in–Cozy

    Remove

    natural desiccant.

    Add

    3/4 cup (6 oz / 177 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.

    Press

    air from pouch and seal.

    Steep-Cook

    for 10 minutes.

    Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required. 

    STIR
    to blend.

     

    Rise & Shine!

    to your West Memphis Soufflé!

     

    Ingredients & Nutrition

     

     

    Ingredients:

    Grits (specially processed degerminated white corn grits, salt, calcium carbonate, reduced iron, niacin, BHT and citric acid, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Colby-Jack Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes, annatto), Whole Milk, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Sweet Corn Puree, Minced Shallots, Red Pepper Spice (salt, spices, garlic, silicon dioxide), Diced Sweet Onion, Spices, Green Onions, Jalapeno Pepper

    Special Notes:

    CONTAINS: Milk

    PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.

    Press Articles

    Prep for this creamy, savory, Southern-style comfort food is as easy as it gets: Boil water, add to bag, stir and let sit for 10 minutes. Testers loved the well defined jalapeno and corn flavors, fluffy texture and mild tang provided by a blend of cheddar jack cheeses. Eat these grits as a breakfast cereal or, as one tester suggested, "as filling for a jerky-stuffed burrito."


    — Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Gear, Spring Gear Guide, April 2013

    frequently asked questions

    Why is a Cook–in–Cozy™ recommended?
     

    We recommend that all of our hot meals spend time "steep-cooking" while snuggled in a Cook-in-Cozy. We find this method promotes a more consistent temperature and steady cook time for Cook-in-Bag preparation; and results in a better serving temperature for your meal. When not in use, our Cook-in-Cozy folds away nicely in your pack for storage and weighs in at only 1.4oz.

    Reviews (11)

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      A nice break from the usual oatmeal. Perfect portion size and great way to start the day. Creamy (add a little more H20), flavorful, and gluten friendly. A new breakfast staple!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is my go to breakfast now. Simply delicious.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is my "go to" breakfast on any backpack trip. It is easy to prepare, filling, delicious and packed with flavor.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is damn good. I normally skip breakfast when backpacking, but I always manage to make room for this on at least one day.

    • 4

      4.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Even as someone who doesn't normally eat breakfast, enjoy these. Taken on many backcountry trips.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This meal was my introduction to PackIt, and it was while we were camped next to them at an expo event. We had shrimp and grits on our menu already, so I decided to try their much more elevated grits for our dinner. I was astonished by the quality and taste of their version, and have loved every meal of theirs since then.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Delicious, filling and easy to make!!!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Really like this one for breakfast; hearty, warming and satisfying. Kinda wished there was more. Suppose I could add a few oz of summer sausage to give it some more calories and size.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Had it.... Loved it. I should have ordered more.

    Cooking Method

    just add water

    Water Required

    6 ounces

    Temperature

    boiling water

    Cook time

    10 minutes

    Serving

    8 Ounces

  • Reviews (11)
  • About Our WEST MEMPHIS GRITS SOUFFLÉ

    • 1 Serving Backpacking Breakfast
       
    • Dietary Considerations:  vegetarian dish
      • dehydrated & freeze-dried ingredients
      • 360 calories
      • 14 g protein
         
    • Meal Net Weight:  3.1 oz | 90 g    
        
    • Required:  boiling water
       
    • Recommended:  long–handled spoon;  Cook–in–Cozy

    Remove

    natural desiccant.

    Add

    3/4 cup (6 oz / 177 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.

    Press

    air from pouch and seal.

    Steep-Cook

    for 10 minutes.

    Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required. 

    STIR
    to blend.

     

    Rise & Shine!

    to your West Memphis Soufflé!

     

    Ingredients & Nutrition

     

     

    Ingredients:

    Grits (specially processed degerminated white corn grits, salt, calcium carbonate, reduced iron, niacin, BHT and citric acid, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Colby-Jack Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes, annatto), Whole Milk, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Sweet Corn Puree, Minced Shallots, Red Pepper Spice (salt, spices, garlic, silicon dioxide), Diced Sweet Onion, Spices, Green Onions, Jalapeno Pepper

    Special Notes:

    CONTAINS: Milk

    PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.

    Press Articles

    Prep for this creamy, savory, Southern-style comfort food is as easy as it gets: Boil water, add to bag, stir and let sit for 10 minutes. Testers loved the well defined jalapeno and corn flavors, fluffy texture and mild tang provided by a blend of cheddar jack cheeses. Eat these grits as a breakfast cereal or, as one tester suggested, "as filling for a jerky-stuffed burrito."


    — Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Gear, Spring Gear Guide, April 2013

    frequently asked questions

    Why is a Cook–in–Cozy™ recommended?
     

    We recommend that all of our hot meals spend time "steep-cooking" while snuggled in a Cook-in-Cozy. We find this method promotes a more consistent temperature and steady cook time for Cook-in-Bag preparation; and results in a better serving temperature for your meal. When not in use, our Cook-in-Cozy folds away nicely in your pack for storage and weighs in at only 1.4oz.

    Reviews (11)

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      A nice break from the usual oatmeal. Perfect portion size and great way to start the day. Creamy (add a little more H20), flavorful, and gluten friendly. A new breakfast staple!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is my go to breakfast now. Simply delicious.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is my "go to" breakfast on any backpack trip. It is easy to prepare, filling, delicious and packed with flavor.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is damn good. I normally skip breakfast when backpacking, but I always manage to make room for this on at least one day.

    • 4

      4.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Even as someone who doesn't normally eat breakfast, enjoy these. Taken on many backcountry trips.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This meal was my introduction to PackIt, and it was while we were camped next to them at an expo event. We had shrimp and grits on our menu already, so I decided to try their much more elevated grits for our dinner. I was astonished by the quality and taste of their version, and have loved every meal of theirs since then.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Delicious, filling and easy to make!!!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Really like this one for breakfast; hearty, warming and satisfying. Kinda wished there was more. Suppose I could add a few oz of summer sausage to give it some more calories and size.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Had it.... Loved it. I should have ordered more.

    Cooking Method

    just add water

    Water Required

    6 ounces

    Temperature

    boiling water

    Cook time

    10 minutes

    Serving

    8 Ounces

  • Press
  • About Our WEST MEMPHIS GRITS SOUFFLÉ

    • 1 Serving Backpacking Breakfast
       
    • Dietary Considerations:  vegetarian dish
      • dehydrated & freeze-dried ingredients
      • 360 calories
      • 14 g protein
         
    • Meal Net Weight:  3.1 oz | 90 g    
        
    • Required:  boiling water
       
    • Recommended:  long–handled spoon;  Cook–in–Cozy

    Remove

    natural desiccant.

    Add

    3/4 cup (6 oz / 177 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.

    Press

    air from pouch and seal.

    Steep-Cook

    for 10 minutes.

    Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required. 

    STIR
    to blend.

     

    Rise & Shine!

    to your West Memphis Soufflé!

     

    Ingredients & Nutrition

     

     

    Ingredients:

    Grits (specially processed degerminated white corn grits, salt, calcium carbonate, reduced iron, niacin, BHT and citric acid, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Colby-Jack Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes, annatto), Whole Milk, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Sweet Corn Puree, Minced Shallots, Red Pepper Spice (salt, spices, garlic, silicon dioxide), Diced Sweet Onion, Spices, Green Onions, Jalapeno Pepper

    Special Notes:

    CONTAINS: Milk

    PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.

    Press Articles

    Prep for this creamy, savory, Southern-style comfort food is as easy as it gets: Boil water, add to bag, stir and let sit for 10 minutes. Testers loved the well defined jalapeno and corn flavors, fluffy texture and mild tang provided by a blend of cheddar jack cheeses. Eat these grits as a breakfast cereal or, as one tester suggested, "as filling for a jerky-stuffed burrito."


    — Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Gear, Spring Gear Guide, April 2013

    frequently asked questions

    Why is a Cook–in–Cozy™ recommended?
     

    We recommend that all of our hot meals spend time "steep-cooking" while snuggled in a Cook-in-Cozy. We find this method promotes a more consistent temperature and steady cook time for Cook-in-Bag preparation; and results in a better serving temperature for your meal. When not in use, our Cook-in-Cozy folds away nicely in your pack for storage and weighs in at only 1.4oz.

    Reviews (11)

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      A nice break from the usual oatmeal. Perfect portion size and great way to start the day. Creamy (add a little more H20), flavorful, and gluten friendly. A new breakfast staple!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is my go to breakfast now. Simply delicious.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is my "go to" breakfast on any backpack trip. It is easy to prepare, filling, delicious and packed with flavor.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This is damn good. I normally skip breakfast when backpacking, but I always manage to make room for this on at least one day.

    • 4

      4.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Even as someone who doesn't normally eat breakfast, enjoy these. Taken on many backcountry trips.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      This meal was my introduction to PackIt, and it was while we were camped next to them at an expo event. We had shrimp and grits on our menu already, so I decided to try their much more elevated grits for our dinner. I was astonished by the quality and taste of their version, and have loved every meal of theirs since then.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Delicious, filling and easy to make!!!

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Really like this one for breakfast; hearty, warming and satisfying. Kinda wished there was more. Suppose I could add a few oz of summer sausage to give it some more calories and size.

    • 5

      5.0 Fork Rating

      by

      Had it.... Loved it. I should have ordered more.

    Cooking Method

    just add water

    Water Required

    6 ounces

    Temperature

    boiling water

    Cook time

    10 minutes

    Serving

    8 Ounces

  • FAQS
  • About Our WEST MEMPHIS GRITS SOUFFLÉ

    • 1 Serving Backpacking Breakfast
       
    • Dietary Considerations:  vegetarian dish
      • dehydrated & freeze-dried ingredients
      • 360 calories
      • 14 g protein
         
    • Meal Net Weight:  3.1 oz | 90 g    
        
    • Required:  boiling water
       
    • Recommended:  long–handled spoon;  Cook–in–Cozy

    Remove

    natural desiccant.

    Add

    3/4 cup (6 oz / 177 ml) of boiling water to the pouch and stir.

    Press

    air from pouch and seal.

    Steep-Cook

    for 10 minutes.

    Cook-in-Cozy™ recommended but not required. 

    STIR
    to blend.

     

    Rise & Shine!

    to your West Memphis Soufflé!

     

    Ingredients & Nutrition

     

     

    Ingredients:

    Grits (specially processed degerminated white corn grits, salt, calcium carbonate, reduced iron, niacin, BHT and citric acid, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Colby-Jack Cheese (pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes, annatto), Whole Milk, Butter (sweet cream, salt, annatto, nonfat milk solids, sodium caseinate, disodium phosphate), Sweet Corn Puree, Minced Shallots, Red Pepper Spice (salt, spices, garlic, silicon dioxide), Diced Sweet Onion, Spices, Green Onions, Jalapeno Pepper

    Special Notes:

    CONTAINS: Milk

    PROCESSED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES WHEAT, EGG, MILK, SOYBEAN, PEANUT AND TREE NUT PRODUCTS.

    Press Articles

    Prep for this creamy, savory, Southern-style comfort food is as easy as it gets: Boil water, add to bag, stir and let sit for 10 minutes. Testers loved the well defined jalapeno and corn flavors, fluffy texture and mild tang provided by a blend of cheddar jack cheeses. Eat these grits as a breakfast cereal or, as one tester suggested, "as filling for a jerky-stuffed burrito."


    — Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Gear, Spring Gear Guide, April 2013

    frequently asked questions

    Why is a Cook–in–Cozy™ recommended?
     

    We recommend that all of our hot meals spend time "steep-cooking" while snuggled in a Cook-in-Cozy. We find this method promotes a more consistent temperature and steady cook time for Cook-in-Bag preparation; and results in a better serving temperature for your meal. When not in use, our Cook-in-Cozy folds away nicely in your pack for storage and weighs in at only 1.4oz.

    Reviews (11)

    • 5

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      A nice break from the usual oatmeal. Perfect portion size and great way to start the day. Creamy (add a little more H20), flavorful, and gluten friendly. A new breakfast staple!

    • 5

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      This is my go to breakfast now. Simply delicious.

    • 5

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      This is my "go to" breakfast on any backpack trip. It is easy to prepare, filling, delicious and packed with flavor.

    • 5

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      This is damn good. I normally skip breakfast when backpacking, but I always manage to make room for this on at least one day.

    • 4

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      Even as someone who doesn't normally eat breakfast, enjoy these. Taken on many backcountry trips.

    • 5

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      This meal was my introduction to PackIt, and it was while we were camped next to them at an expo event. We had shrimp and grits on our menu already, so I decided to try their much more elevated grits for our dinner. I was astonished by the quality and taste of their version, and have loved every meal of theirs since then.

    • 5

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      Delicious, filling and easy to make!!!

    • 5

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      Really like this one for breakfast; hearty, warming and satisfying. Kinda wished there was more. Suppose I could add a few oz of summer sausage to give it some more calories and size.

    • 5

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      Had it.... Loved it. I should have ordered more.

    Cooking Method

    just add water

    Water Required

    6 ounces

    Temperature

    boiling water

    Cook time

    10 minutes

    Serving

    8 Ounces