Feed Zone Portable Cook Book

Tired of the same old bars and gels on long rides? Want the recipe for delicious, portable food that’s easy to eat, costs less per serving, and meets your nutritional needs? Sounds like you’re a good candidate for Allen Lim and Biju Thomas’ new cook book, Feed Zone Portables. After the success of their first book, the Feed Zone Cook Book, the newest book focuses exclusively on portable food that stashes in your jersey pocket or hydration pack, and is easy to down on the go. While the Feed Zone had its own section on portables, the new book goes much more in depth on pocketable meals providing 75 new portable recipes for your next ride.

Check out the chocolate chip cookie recipe (GF), after the break!

If your dietary needs check either the gluten free or vegetarian boxes, both Feed Zone books are not to be missed. Simply open to any section’s index, look for the V or G notation and you’ll find options like these GF chocolate chip cookies. You can find Feed Zone Portables at the local book store, shop, or online for $24.95.

Feed Zone Portables includes

  • 75 all-new recipes that taste great during exercise: Rice Cakes, Two-Bite Pies, Griddle Cakes, Waffles, Baked Eggs, Sticky Bites, Rice Balls, Ride Sandwiches, Baked Cakes, and Cookies
  • A smart introduction on how real food works better for athletes
  • More than 50 no-fuss gluten-free recipes, including great-tasting cookies and cakes
  • More than 50 vegetarian recipes


  1. the original Feed Zone cookbook was never introduced as a kindle format, so i’d say its unlikely this one will be.

    that being said, given how good the original feed zone cookbook is, i’m ordering a copy of this right now.

  2. I bought this book a couple weeks ago. I’ve made a couple items from it. So far, so good. What’s nice is they have some recommendations on how to make certain items Diary free. (gastro-issues)

  3. Thanks Shannon! Let’s hope they also do an iOS version for Portables. I have no problem buying the hard copy, but I live overseas. Just getting the physical copy is a chore, let alone the fact I have too many books as it is to haul whenever we move. Trying to go digital with my library.

What do you think?