I don't have any exact recipes. However, let me offer some suggestions.
Turkey sausage. I bought a refrigerated bag of pre-cooked links at the store, so I figured that it would keep for a little while. It was wonderful.
Chicken Piccata. First the guy served us a plate of veggies with prosciuto ham slices and olives. Then we had pasta. Then he pulled out six fresh chicken breast pieces. Those went into a hot pan to brown, along with some olive oil, some vinegar, and some lemon juice. Then capers were added at the end, and we had tiny bottles of wine with it. I mean, Geez, a meal like that goes for real bucks at a restaurant.
Tortellini. First, the gal cold-hydrated the stuff in a plastic bag. That was like 2.5 hours. Then she dumped that into a pot and heated it just a bit. The green pesto went over the top, except that there were no pine nuts! Did she think that we were barbarians? How can you have green pesto sauce without pine nuts? [I jest]
Cheese muffins were a big hit. I just mixed up some batter out of a package, added in some extras, and spoon-dropped it onto a hot skillet to fry. Blueberry muffins were about the same, but I used an Outback Oven to bake it, and I used muffin cup liners.
Beef summer sausage will keep forever, so you just peel off the casing, cut it into rounds, and drop it into a hot skillet to warm, and then of course the eggs follow that.
We didn't suffer. For some strange reason, there were no bears. We always like to do one backpack trip for foodies in the early season, and then we can get down to the more serious trips with food that is a bit more spartan. I mean, how many ultralightweight backpackers are going to carry in an Outback Oven?