Looking for camping food ideas that will satisfy vegetarians and meat eaters too? These vegetarian camping recipes are packed with flavor, easy to prepare and perfect for the campsite!
This veggie-filled naan bread pizza is so satisfying, it will impress meat-eaters too!
Enjoy a healthy, satisfying & flavor-packed meal made with fresh raw vegetables that create a rainbow of colors. The amazing texture and blend of unique flavors are filled with tons of vitamins and nutrients too.
The secret to the making the best homemade salsa is using super-fresh, good quality ingredients. This one is awesome with chips and it’s a great addition to wraps and sandwiches.
This parmesan crusted campfire broccoli starts with a simple homemade marinade, uses a lemon, olive oil and Parmesan cheese combination, and is charred to a crisp-tender texture over campfire coals or by using a charcoal or propane camp grill.
This easy sauce recipe is a great topping to take your camp food to the next level with very little effort. It’s awesome on pancakes, French toast, waffles, oatmeal, pound cake, angel food cake, ice cream and thick Greek yogurt.
Make these campfire nachos in your Dutch oven with coals from your campfire. They are ready in minutes! This one-pot meal starts with tortilla chips and gets really exciting with the addition of refried beans, onion, diced green chile peppers, fire roasted tomatoes, black olives, cheddar cheese, sour cream and fresh cilantro!
This salad is a great use for stale bread and it’s packed with veggies including tomatoes, cucumber, red onion, yellow bell pepper and fresh spinach. The simple homemade dressing pulls it all together!
This bruschetta is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G and can be made on a propane camp grill or over a campfire.
Charred carrots with some lemon juice and fresh rosemary make an awesome vegetarian side dish.
Got a sweet tooth? Let these easy cinnamon rolls satisfy you! They are so EASY … no yeast, no rolling!
These fresh & easy “quick pickles” are so yummy. The English cucumbers, red onion, bell pepper and garlic sit in a simple homemade dressing with fresh dill for at least 6 hours. But, the flavors taste better after they marry a day or two so make it at home and just open the jar at camp!
These tender potatoes are tossed with hard boiled eggs, onion and celery in a simple homemade sauce. Add carrots, celery root and parsley root if you want to expand the dish into a traditional Polish Vegetable Salad.
Cheeseballs are great make-ahead options for your camp menu. This one has bold blue cheese flavors and goes great with a nice glass of wine.
Nachos for breakfast? Yep! These things are fun to make and yummy to eat!
Oh my … this lemon blueberry Dutch baby is so easy and so good!
Wrap your favorite fresh veggies in aluminum foil packets and cook them over campfire coals or your camp grill using charcoal briquettes or propane and you have a fast and healthy meal in minutes!
This rich and creamy comfort food is perfect for cold-weather camping trips!
This is another one of our vegetarian camping recipes that uses only non-refrigerated ingredients.
21. Camping Pancakes
Just-add-water pancakes never tasted so good! This is the easiest & tastiest no-fuss breakfast that uses fresh berries as a replacement for syrup. Add veggie sausage patties and you’ve got a fantastic vegetarian meal.
If you want a totally refreshing fresh fruit salad, you’ve gotta try this FANTASTIC recipe that features an amazing honey mint syrup.
The brioche bread is the base for an amazingly delicious French toast. Add cinnamon and cocoa powder to the egg wash, fry till crispy and add a sweet cream cheese glaze. Keep it a vegetarian diet by adding plant-based savory sausage on the side.
Got 2 minutes? If so, you have enough time to prep these burrito bowls! They are packed with flavor and protein by combining black beans with eggs, avocado, cheese and salsa.
This campfire cornbread recipe is the perfect pairing for soup and chili meals.
Prefer a more traditionally flavored cornbread? Try this easy one made with cornmeal and creamed canned corn.
You’ll never miss the fries from your favorite burger joint after you try these FANTASTIC grilled potato wedges … especially if you dip them in the amazing chipotle mayonnaise sauce! Replace the white with sweet potatoes for a different flavor and texture profile.
This spiced-up mayo makes a great dipping sauce for veggies as well as toppings for sandwiches.
Plant based camping recipes, like this nutrient-rich spinach salad, have wonderful flavors and textures … this one is perfect for a summer meal but we also include it on our camping Thanksgiving menu!
This is not just camping food for vegetarians … these grilled tortillas have fooled the meat-eaters in my family … they totally LOVE them and are fully satisfied after our meal!
This stuffed tortilla is one of our easy camping lunches we like to take when we hit the trail for a day-hike.
Do you enjoy grazing through a campfire happy hour? This cheesy spinach dip might start as an appetizer but often turns into the entire meal for our family.
Potatoes, onion and bell pepper make the foundation to this simple foil packet recipe that can be cooked over a campfire or camp grill using propane or charcoal.
The cinnamon spice makes this campfire French toast warm, flavorful and a totally yummy comfort food to enjoy at the campsite. The powdered sugar glaze drizzle is the perfect finishing touch!
You only need 3 minutes and 5 simple ingredients to get this fresh wrap on your table!
The best vegetarian camping meals have to include something savory and something sweet. Serve this warm cinnamon bread for breakfast or as a scrumptious dessert!
These easy biscuits are wonderful served with soups and stews but they are also fantastic with a dollop of jam and a cup of coffee for breakfast or a sweet snack.
Oatmeal is a staple vegetarian food for camping but this carrot cake version is OFF THE CHARTS! Personally speaking, it is one of my favorite camping breakfast ideas.
If you don’t want to cook in the morning, just make overnight oats. They make great no cook camping meals for breakfast and dessert. Place coconut milk, oats and whatever flavorful fruit you want into a container with a tight-fitting lid, stir, cover and refrigerate overnight (or at least 5 hours). I like topping it off with a few small pieces of dark chocolate when I want a really special treat.
You gotta love vegetarian camping food no cook recipes like this southwestern bean and corn salad that is packed with protein and flavor.
These slightly spicy, sweet and savory nuts only take a few minutes to make on your camp stove.
These slightly sweet and tart freshly baked blueberry muffins are a great addition to your vegetarian camping meal plan for breakfast or dessert.
There are not many camping desserts that rival the sweet treat you get in a 5-star restaurant … but … this one does!
Enjoy restaurant-style fluffy pancakes at your campsite with this simple homemade recipe. And, use these easy cooking tips to get perfect cakes every time. This is the only pancake recipe you’ll ever need!
This is one of our favorite vegetarian Dutch oven camping recipes that we make for breakfast and for dinner!
I have such fond memories of making these chocolate covered peanut butter balls for a Kit Cook-Off challenge that made use of pantry staples. And, it’s great to use pantry-only, non-refrigerated ingredients when you’re short on cold food storage space.
Campfire meals in foil are popular with our family throughout the year but these foil packet potatoes are a must-have menu item when we camp on Thanksgiving! The combination of white and sweet potato slices are spiced up with the addition of brown sugar, onion powder, ground cumin, cinnamon, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, salt and pepper.
This easy pineapple upside down cake is one dessert our whole family actually agrees on!
This Mexican bean salad is a vegetarian camping food recipe that is made with ingredients that require no refrigeration. When we are making camping meals for two, we eat this recipe as a yummy “fork salad” then we roll up the leftovers in tortillas to make quick burritos the next day for another meal.
Want a simple coffee cake you can make in your camp Dutch oven? Try this one!
Using thick slices of Texas toast gets this campfire French toast off to a great start. Add a little cinnamon and vanilla extract to the egg wash and top it off with real maple syrup and you’ve got a winner on your table in just over 10 minutes!
You really can’t have a true camping experience without s’mores! Nine of these variations are vegetarian but 1 actually uses bacon! Consider using vegan marshmallows too.
This cranberry sauce is slightly tart and sweet … it is one of our must-have items on our Thanksgiving camping trips!
Forget about rolling dough! But, don’t miss out on a yummy apple pie! This upper crust pie is simple and astoundingly tasty!
Like the idea of an apple dessert but not in the mood for slicing apples? Try this “dump and bake” easy recipe that’s a sweet, gooey mess to satisfy your sweet tooth.
61. Veggie Burgers
These meatless burgers are made with a variety of vegetables and soy sauce. We like to add a few red pepper flakes to add a touch of heat.
Enjoy this Texas-style, thick and fluffy French toast that is cooked over hot campfire coals using a pie iron. It’s a fun morning campfire meal.
Try this easy, sweet and slightly crispy fun breakfast or dessert.
When you take a slightly crispy fried tortilla and top it with beans, a fried egg and warmed salsa, you get the perfect meal!
Cinnamon lovers will go crazy over this dessert. These from-scratch, almost-gourmet cupcakes are baked directly in a Dutch oven without a muffin pan.
This vegan recipe is quick to prepare and sweet without using refined sugar.
The fun thing about this rice is how unique you can make it by stirring different add-ins into the dish. Serve it alone or add some grilled tofu.
Don’t want to wash dishes? Prepare the dry mixture at home in a plastic bag for this easy no-mess plastic bag pancakes hack. Mix in the wet ingredients at camp and pipe the batter right out of the bag.
This vegan salad makes the perfect side dish or you can add some grilled tofu to make it a substantial main dish.
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You need to try this camping food for vegetarians that meat eaters love too! If you need tips on storing your camping veggies and making them last, we’ve got them!
I totally need to try this 30-minute Tuscan white bean skillet on my next camping trip. I think it will be the perfect addition to my list of vegan meals when we’re craving a hot and hearty meal on cold nights.
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