10 Wonderful Summer Vegan Camping Food Ideas
Posted on May 29 2019
Coconut chia oatmeal
This easy healthy vegan camping food pick for breakfast is coming from our old camping food pal - oatmeal. Making oatmeal is quick and easy except for one tiny problem... It can be very plain tasting when it’s served with only water. You can get easily tired of the bland taste and couldn’t be able to have another bowl before taking a few days’ break. But things can always come around if we try to find new ways. A few alternations on the cooking process can completely transform the oatmeal into a new level of taste.
Add coconut milk instead of water to the oatmeal then finish with chia seeds and a few blueberry touches on the top. A gentle mix of coconut chia oatmeal is to be enjoyed in a matter of seconds.
One of the most popular vegan camping food is a pancake. It’s perfect to start a day with sunlight from the mountains afar and with these fresh homemade pancakes. Prepare your pancake mix at home and store it in a mini cooler at the trunk of your car. Cook it on your portable stove in the morning without a fuss.
Or you can make it more freshly at the campsite with a simple mix of flour, baking powder, sweetener, salt, and water. After cooking, cover the pancakes with maple syrup and fresh berries.
Hashbrown Foil Packs
Another easy delicious dish for vegan camping breakfast is hashbrown foil packs. A simple wrap of grated potato slices, salt, pepper, garlic and some vegan butter in foil will make a perfect preparation. Then put the foil on the fire until the grated potato slices are nicely crisped.
It’s also good to cook the hashbrown in a pan. Cooking it inside the pan can make the mix more evenly heated. While cooking it on the fire can save more time for you to prepare another item ready.
Corn on the hob
Fancy some fresh corn for your vegan camping food? Corn on the hob is definitely a highlight for your camping trip. When the sun is up at noon, it’s enjoyable to have some rest under the shadows of the trees and sit around your campfire and have some freshly baked corn. You can cook it on a roasting stick over the fire directly.
Boil it or cook it on fire, no matter which way of cooking you choose, the corn always taste great.
Tin foil veggie packs
Make your vegan camping food like a feast at dinner time. Add whatever you want inside a tin foil and place it onto the fire directly. It’s an absolutely easy way to cook for a feast-like camping dinner. Find your fresh ingredients in the woods or you can just bring them from home directly.
Anything. Potato, zucchini, bell peppers, carrots, mushrooms or anything else you feel like. Remember to have a list and prepare for everything you need for this great treat!
Veggie burgers and salad
These are most easily made vegan camping food before you go on a trip. Veggie burgers can never go wrong since you can either pick them directly from the stores or just put anything you used to have inside the burger.
Pack some washed spinach and salad dressing for making easy salads. Feel free to add some red onions, nuts, chickpeas, diced bell pepper, zucchini, and some sliced fruit bits.
It might be best to take vegan camping food that only takes a little prep before going on a hiking trip. It doesn’t weigh much and can be small enough to fit in the corners of a backpack. If you ever feel the need to have a little break during hiking, small energy from a snack can be most beneficial for carrying your trip forward.
Prepare your veggie sandwich with some small sweet potatoes slices, avocado slices, fresh basil, and sprouts. Place them inside two slices of whole grain bread. And remember to take some hummus or hot sauces with you for better taste.
Here are your favorite vegan camping food treat - s’mores! The absolute camping classic first showed up in a camping handbook of 1929 as ‘marshmallow graham cracker sandwich’. Over the years, it has been developed in various sorts of forms including cakes, bars, milkshakes, and even popcorn. We’ve picked 3 most popular types of s’mores for both indoor and outdoor cooking: a classic s’mores sandwich that is going to treat you well to a sweet summer dream; a vegan gluten-free s’mores bar that is prepared with oven indoors; and an easy vegan s’mores pop that makes you wonder how easy it has always been to have the classic campfire treat.
Classic s’mores sandwich
The classic s’mores sandwich is made with graham crackers, vegetarian marshmallows, and dark chocolate. Feel free to add some peanut butter, jelly and jam into the sandwich. Toast the marshmallows on your kebab skewers and wait for them to turn a golden tinge and a melty center.
Vegan s’mores bar
The ingredients are the same except for the forms of the graham crackers. Two layers of crackers crust would be laid at the top and bottom sides of the marshmallow. Place the crust, dark chocolate, and marshmallows on a square pan and wait for 20 minutes for a full oven bake.
Wait for it to fully cool down before cutting. A crusty vegan s’mores bar is to be long remembered in your vegan camping food memories.
Vegan s’mores pop
Create your own Nutella sauce with chocolate and hazelnut. Dip with your marshmallows then decorate the top with graham crackers crust. This is probably the easiest dish to make for a satisfactory taste of s'mores.
Enjoy your feelings of satisfaction when you see these lovely marshmallow pops in front of your eyes!