Camp pancakes are one of the best things ever. Turning them without a spatula is a bit of a challenge but it can be done.

The best is hiking during blueberry season. For my week long trip to Resurrection Pass a few years ago (that's my avatar pic - part of a big panorama with me in the pass) it was mid-August. We stopped and picked berries for at least an hour. Sure, only half of the berries went into the pot, but there was still enough for a blueberry pancake feast the next morning. One of the best trail breakfasts ever!

Fresh eggs are another staple which also requires a more utilitarian cookset. Eggs will last a few days ouside the fridge, they are heavy to carry compared to powdered, but it is so worth it when you wake up. An aluminum packpacking percolator is another cook luxury I enjoy!