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Quick and Easy Vegan Camping Meals

What to eat when you spend a night in the great outdoors

Guest article by Alisha McDarris

COVID-19 Travel advisory

This article about vegan camping meals was written before the coronavirus pandemic. While camping in the outdoors, away from people, might seem like a safe activity, some authorities are advising not to engage in activities like hiking or camping at this time.

One reason for this is that you could unknowingly spread the virus to rural areas with limited health-care facilities. And if you were to injure yourself and require rescue, you would put a further strain on already limited resources.

Travel restrictions vary from place to place and will continue to change over the coming weeks and months. Please check the latest news from your local government and health authorities before setting out on any camping adventure.

Spring is upon us! For many of us, that means camping! And while I admit that I spent a fair amount of time sleeping under the stars all winter long (it was a mild one down here in Texas), it’s always nice to finally be able to leave the puffer jacket at home.

See, as an outdoor writer and co-founder of sustainable (and vegan) travel and adventure blog terradrift.com, I simply can’t spend enough time outdoors.

But here’s the thing about time outdoors: it also means time away from the kitchen. And I love to eat. My friends and family know that.

So the question I most often hear from them is, what do I eat when I go camping?

It’s a perfectly valid question. After all, you won’t find an oven at a campsite. There’s only occasionally electricity available, and you certainly won’t be bringing a microwave. That is, unless your idea of camping is kicking it in a 30-foot RV.

So if all the ways we usually prepare food are out, what do we eat in the great outdoors? Good news: there’s plenty of simple vegan camping food, depending on what tools you have available to you. In fact, I even wrote a backcountry cookbook of vegan camping recipes that you can download for free.

So dig in to this delicious vegan food for camping, and don’t go hungry the next time you want to spend a night or two telling ghost stories around the campfire.

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Photo by Josh McDarris: Making damper (campfire bread) in Grand Teton National Park

Vegan Camping Meals: Cooking Methods

First things first: Before you start planning an overnight trip and a whole convoluted menu, do some research to find out what cooking methods will be available to you at your campsite.

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Will there be a fire ring? A charcoal grill? Will you have to bring your own table-top camp stove? Once you know what’ll be on hand, you’ll be able to better plan your meals.

When you know how you’ll cook, keep in mind that not all cooking methods are created equal. The open flame from a campfire is nice and hot, but doesn’t cook very evenly and can be a little slow, especially if you’re trying to boil water.

Similarly, charcoal can take a while to start. Once it does, though, it’s a lot easier to work with in terms of even heat distribution. But a charcoal grill is best used for items that need to be grilled, not sautéed or boiled.

If you have access to one, my favorite method is a simple camp stove. They usually require some sort of fuel canister and come in one- or two-burner varieties, but a camp stove is more or less identical to cooking with a gas stove in your kitchen.

That means you can grill, boil, simmer, sauté, or sous vide to your heart’s content. As long as you bring the proper cooking supplies, of course.

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Lastly, a backpacking stove will also do nicely. This is definitely your best option if you are on an overnight trek where you are carrying all your stuff, as opposed to a car camping trip.

Backpacking stoves are small, light, and powered by fuel canisters. So, you know you’ll always have a nice controllable flame. The downside is, they are often so light and small that cooking with anything other than a 6” pot, pan, or kettle doesn’t work so well. That said, we use one for both backpacking and camping quite frequently.

This SOTO WindMaster w/Micro Regulator and 4Flex also gets great reviews.

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Don’t have any of these methods at your disposal? Well, you can certainly enjoy meals that don’t require cooking while you’re camping. Pack a few sandwiches, granola bars, some nut butter and salad mix, and don’t let your lack of a stove dissuade you from getting outside!

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Photo by Alisha McDarris: Boiling water on a backpacking stove

Vegan Camping Meals: Cooking Supplies

My best advice? Before you leave home, go over each meal in your head, considering how you’ll accomplish each step of the process.

Take pancakes for example. You’ll need not only the dry pancake mix but also wet ingredients like maple syrup and almond milk or other non-dairy milk. And you’ll need a pan to cook them in, possibly some sort of non-stick spray or oil, and a flipper to turn them over.

Likewise, if you’re going to make stir-fried veggies with noodles, first make sure you have all the ingredients, of course. But then also remember you’ll need oil for cooking, a pot and lid for steaming and sautéing, seasoning, a spoon or spatula, and a strainer to drain off the liquid. Forgetting one piece of hardware could put a serious damper on your dinner plans.

But if you did leave something behind, don’t let it ruin your weekend. Get creative! We once forgot a pan to make pancakes and improvised with a tiny non-stick backpacking pot we had in our trunk. It took forever, but we still had pancakes!

On another occasion, a friend we were camping with brought black bean chili but no pot. So we emptied some foil trays, dumped in the chili, and carefully heated the contents over the campfire.

Vegan Camping Breakfast Ideas

They say the first meal of the day is the most important, right? Well, get yourself in gear with a hearty meal if you’ll be spending some time hiking or paddling around the lake.


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A bowl of oatmeal is a perfect start to the day!

This is my go-to camping breakfast. It’s easy, endlessly customizable, and filling. Try a savory version with vegan bacon bits, a handful of nutritional yeast, and salt and pepper. Or go the traditional sweet route with fresh or freeze-dried fruit, chia seeds, pepitas, and agave syrup.

Even if you don’t have any cooking equipment, you can prepare overnight oats the night before. Just mix ½ cup of oats with ½ cup of plant-based milk and add in any extra you want, like berries or chia seeds.

I also like to add a mashed up banana for extra texture and sweetness. The oats will soak up the milk overnight, and you’ll have breakfast waiting for you in the morning!


These are easy if you start with a vegan pancake mix from the grocery store. Then simply add non-dairy milk (choose powdered coconut milk if you won’t be able to keep a carton cold), a splash of vanilla extract and a tablespoon or two of raw sugar.


You can toast them over the stove or a fire, then smear them with your favorite toppings! I like vegan cream cheese and jam, but peanut butter and fruit is always a winner!

Vegan Camping Lunch Ideas

Make lunch easy so you can make the most of the afternoon, whether that’s hiking, kayaking, swimming or lounging in a hammock. Here are some quick and easy vegan camp food ideas for your mid-day meal.

Sandwiches and Wraps

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Sandwiches are a simple yet satisfying option for lunch.

Veggies and either hummus or vegan cream cheese make a great combo. Or if you prefer the taste of vegan cold-cuts from brands like Tofurky, pair that with some vegan cheese, lettuce and tomato and you’ve got yourself a sandwich.

If you don’t mind a little more prep, make a fishless tuna sandwich with vegan tuna from a brand like Good Catch, your favorite vegan cheese, lettuce, tomato, and pickles. Don’t forget a side of tortilla chips!

Good Catch fishless tuna is available in either water or oil and herbs:

Hearty Salads

Start with your favorite grain – whether that’s rice noodles, quinoa, pasta or farro – a mix of veggies like sweet potatoes or broccoli, maybe even seeds or nuts, and a tasty sauce. I love cold Asian-style noodles with leftover sautéed veggies.

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Asian-style rice noodles with veggies

Or a quinoa salad with fresh spinach, grape tomatoes, basil and ready-to-eat vegan chickun with a creamy tahini dressing. Prep ahead of time and keep it in the cooler until lunchtime.

Peanut Butter and Jelly

It doesn’t get much simpler than this! Make it more grown up with sliced apples, strawberries, or bananas. Smear it all between a few slices of bread, a tortilla, or a bagel.

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Vegan Camping Dinner Ideas

For dinner, feel free to take a little more time and relax around the fire while you cook. Some of my favorite vegan camping meals are ones that are at least fairly hands-off.

Frito Pie

Not feeling up to cooking from scratch? Whip up a batch of Frito pie with canned vegan chili heated over the stove, a few bags of Fritos, and toppings like vegan shredded cheese, chopped tomatoes, and shredded lettuce.

Veggie Burgers and Hot Dogs

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Veggie burgers are perfect for eating around the campfire.

Slap ‘em on the grill, flip ‘em once, and dinner’s ready. Just don’t forget the condiments and buns! Or for something that takes a little more effort but is still a one-pot meal, try these red lentil sloppy joes. You can use canned lentils to cut down on cooking time.

Grilled Fruit and Veggie Kebabs

Do you know what goes well with veggie burgers and dogs? Grilled pineapple and veggie kebabs. Put them on skewers and grill until those nice black char marks appear! Marinate some tofu cubes ahead of time and slide those on, too, for extra protein.


Almost every soup recipe transitions well to the outdoors. But you can make it easier by prepping the ingredients ahead of time. That way, you can drop everything into a pot, let it simmer, and enjoy.

My favorite soups to make when I go camping are a nice hearty chili (try adding chunks of sweet potato and a little cocoa powder) and creamy broccoli-potato soup with vegan cheese and dried potato flakes.

Vegan Dehydrated Camping Food Packs

And lastly, if you want to make it super easy on yourself, the Backpacker’s Pantry brand has some convenient vegan camping ready meals. Granted, these packs might be a bit more expensive than putting a meal together yourself.

But this freeze-dried and dehydrated food is both nutritious and lightweight, so it’s a great choice for backpackers without a car.

Or if you’re on a car camping trip but will be out in the wilderness for several days, this is a good non perishable vegan camping food option.

Here are a few of the vegan camping food packs by Backpacker’s Pantry that are both 100% plant based and gluten free. They actually have a total of 15 vegan products!

Vegan Camping Food Ideas: Snacks

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Photo by Alisha McDarris: A table full of delicious vegan snacks while camping at Krause Springs in Texas

When I go hiking or camping, I love me some snacks to fill out the spaces between mealtimes. Especially if I’m planning on being active. I recommend you bring something to assuage any craving: crunchy, chewy, salty or sweet.

Deprive yourself of life’s pleasures when you’re camping, and you’ll start to develop some resentment issues with the pastime. And we don’t want that.

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  • Vegan jerky

  • Protein bars

  • Trail mix

  • S’mores supplies with Dandies vegan marshmallows

  • Items like chickpea puffs, popcorn or seaweed snacks

  • Sweets like cookies or Sour Patch Kids

  • Fruits and vegetables

  • Hummus

  • Chips, salsa and guacamole

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The Bottom Line

The message here is that you can certainly eat well while cooking up some easy camping recipes that are 100% vegan. So don’t let the question of what’s going to fill your belly deter you from getting outside to play and enjoy nature!

About the Author

Alisha McDarris

Alisha McDarris has written about travel, the outdoors, and veganism for PopSci.com, Backpacker, NerdWallet, and more. Together with her husband, she co-foundedterradrift.com, a sustainable travel and adventure blog andYouTube channel. They live in a tiny house in Austin with too many books and hiking boots.

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What Can Vegans eat when camping? ›

Vegan Camping Staples
  • oats.
  • banana, apples and other fresh fruit that transports well.
  • ketchup, mustard, hot sauce.
  • coffee.
  • carton plant-based milk.
  • bread, hamburger and hotdog buns, wraps/tortillas.
  • veggie dogs and burgers (to keep it simple, I go store-bought for camping)
Jul 11, 2017

What food should I bring for 4 days camping? ›

Here are the 10 best foods to bring camping.
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  • Trail Mix, Nuts, and Bars. PIN IT. ...
  • Instant Mac & Cheese and Cup Noodles. PIN IT. ...
  • Chili. PIN IT. ...
  • Beef Jerky and Dried Fruits. ...
  • Instant Coffee Packets & Tea Bags. ...
  • Sandwich-Making Materials. ...
  • S'mores Ingredients.
May 23, 2017

What food should I bring for 3 days camping? ›

For a 3-day camping trip, you should bring food items that are suitable for campfire meals, on-the-go meals, and snacks. These include eggs for omelets, bread for sandwiches, and rice or pasta for easy dinners. You can also carry potatoes, various meats, tomatoes, cucumber, and lettuce for salads.

Are marshmallows vegan? ›

So, are marshmallows vegan? Unfortunately, they're not. “Marshmallows are not vegan because they contain gelatin, an animal protein derived from the ligaments, tendons, and skin of animals, such as cows and pigs,” explains registered dietician Grace Pascale.

What to bring camping vegetarian? ›

  • Banana bread pancakes. Combining the flavors of banana bread with the classic camping breakfast: pancakes! ...
  • Grilled halloumi breakfast sandwich. ...
  • Banana coconut French toast. ...
  • Chickpea breakfast hash. ...
  • Campfire nachos. ...
  • Trail mix bliss balls. ...
  • Trail mix. ...
  • West African sweet potato peanut stew.
May 17, 2020

How do you pack food for tent camping? ›

When you start packing, start with a layer of ice on the bottom, then start adding in the items you need to stay coolest (like raw meat) on the bottom. Add another layer of ice, more food, and then more ice. Finish with foods that don't need much refrigeration, like vegetables.

What can you eat when you have no fridge? ›

Canned, Bottled and Boxed Foods
  • Canned soup.
  • Canned veggies (e.g. green beans, corn)
  • Canned beans.
  • Canned tuna or chicken.
  • Tomato Sauce.
  • Chicken, Beef, or Vegetable broth.
  • Vinegar.
  • Olive oil, Canola Oil, Sesame Oil, etc.
Feb 19, 2021

What are shelf stable meals? ›

Shelf stable meals are to be used during bad weather, or other emergency meal replacements, when home delivered meals cannot be delivered. These meals do not require refrigeration and can be consumed at room temperature if needed.

How do you eat while camping? ›

You can have no-cook camping meals that are tasty, healthy and fun to eat.
  1. Peanut Butter and Honey or Jelly Sandwiches. ...
  2. Stacked Crackers. ...
  3. Hummus and Veggie Sticks. ...
  4. Nutty Berry Trail Mix or Granola Trail Mix. ...
  5. Jerky. ...
  6. Sandwich Wraps.
May 10, 2019

How do you cook when camping? ›

The main item you'll need is a camping stove. There are two main types of camping stoves: two-burner propane stoves and canister backpacking stoves. When car camping, I prefer the classic two-burner stoves. Two burners give me more room to cook and the larger surface area is better for bigger pots and fry pans.

Are Oreos vegan? ›

Are OREO cookies suitable for vegans? No, OREO have milk as cross contact and therefore they are not suitable for vegans.

Are gummy bears vegan? ›

Unfortunately, most commercial gummy bears contain gelatin – which is made from ground cartilage, bones, and other areas of pigs. For vegans, that means lots of gummy sweets are definitely not vegan-friendly.

Is Nutella vegan? ›

The bottom line. Nutella contains skim milk powder, an animal-derived ingredient. Therefore, it's not vegan. Still, many brands offer similar spreads that are free of animal-based ingredients.

Can I take tofu camping? ›

Take-out Tofu

You can save time in camp by cooking raw tofu at home before your trip. It lasts a day or two unrefrigerated and is good hot or cold.

What can you eat with no fridge or microwave? ›

Shop only for shelf-stable foods that you love to eat. These are more numerous than you'd think: Even without a kitchen, you can stock bread, nut butters, jelly, oatmeal, dried fruit, almonds, apples, pears, avocados, cherry tomatoes, olive oil, and salt. Citrus fruits hang on for several days at room temperature.

How can I live without a fridge for a week? ›

Here are other ways you could get by without a refrigerator:
  1. Buying fresh meat daily and cooking it immediately.
  2. Purchase canned or dried meats.
  3. Consider drying and canning your own meat.
  4. Cut back on your meat consumption.
Mar 13, 2021

What can you eat without cooking? ›

100 no-cook meal items
  • Salad mix – mine usually goes bad at the bottom of the fridge, but I hear people actually eat it.
  • Cut up veggies – Celery sticks, carrots, radishes, broccoli whatever tickles your fancy.
  • Salsa – I like the super fresh stuff in the produce aisle.
  • Any kind of canned veggie.
  • Any kind of frozen veggie.
Sep 18, 2019

How do you cook camping without fire? ›

If you are going camping without a fire, I highly recommend freeze-dried meals. These will fill you up and some don't even require water. Freeze Dried Meals are very compact and will fit in your bag easily. These are great for backpacking and camping.

How do you pack lettuce for camping? ›

Store your perishable fruits and vegetables in paper bags and separate them so they don't cause each other to overripen with the ethylene that each gives off. Lettuce does best if it's washed and refrigerated just before the camping trip.

How do you pack butter for camping? ›

Pack it with your dry food supplies for camping. Store butter in a small zip-close bag, and store with cold food supplies.

How much food do you need for a camping trip? ›

A reasonable goal is about 1½ to 2½ lbs. of food (or 2,500 to 4,500 calories) per person per day. A person doing 10 miles of strenuous hiking with a 4,000-foot climb will obviously burn more calories—and need a lot more food—than someone covering a few miles of relatively flat trail who plans to chill at the campsite.

What sandwiches last unrefrigerated? ›

There are certain types of sandwiches that will last unrefrigerated. These include: Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, cream cheese and cucumber sandwiches, and ham and cheese sandwiches.

What food can you make in a hotel room? ›

Hotel Room Meals You Can Make in a Microwave
  • Loaded Baked Potatoes- Image by Stefano A. ...
  • Pita Pizza- Image by Chasing Donguri. ...
  • Spaghetti & Meatballs- Image by Marita. ...
  • Santa Fe Chicken- Open two cans of canned chicken. ...
  • Mac-n-Cheese- ...
  • Hot Dogs- ...
  • Chicken Nuggets & Rice- ...
  • Knorr's Teriyaki Noodles with Rotisserie Chicken.
Sep 25, 2020

What cheese does not need refrigeration? ›

Soft cheeses such as cream cheese, cottage cheese, shredded cheeses, and goat cheese must be refrigerated for safety. As a general rule, hard cheeses such as cheddar, processed cheeses (American), and both block and grated Parmesan do not require refrigeration for safety, but they will last longer if kept refrigerated.

What food lasts the longest unrefrigerated? ›

The best nonperishable foods that last a long time without refrigeration include wheat, rice, flour, pasta, canned and dried meats, fats and oils, beans and legumes, dried milk and dairy, sugars, dehydrated, freeze dried, or canned vegetables and fruit, and other freeze dried or dehydrated meals.

How do Amish people keep food cold? ›

Cold Storage

Stacked chunks of ice removed from ponds and streams in the area provide a type of “freezer” in Amish basements. In some instances, foods may be transferred to a rented frozen locker in town if needed.

How can I survive without a fridge? ›

How to survive without a fridge
  1. Live in the inner city. ...
  2. Invest in an Esky. ...
  3. Eat all your food really quickly. ...
  4. Don't eat. ...
  5. Replace all meals with crackers. ...
  6. Salt your meat and store in barrels. ...
  7. Move to Iceland.
Jun 26, 2012

What are shelf-stable foods give 5 examples? ›

Examples of shelf-stable foods

Grains and Starchy Foods: Rice, couscous, quinoa, tortillas, pastas, crackers, cornmeal, wheat flours, along with baking powder and baking soda. Fruits andVegetables: So many varieties are canned or dried, like raisins, apricots, prunes and unsweetened applesauce.

What are five 5 Good sources of shelf-stable protein? ›

These seven shelf-stable protein options help fuel your body with what it needs.
Some of these may really surprise you, but will add a lot of nutrition (and flavor) to your daily diet.
  • Sardines. ...
  • Pulses. ...
  • Pistachios. ...
  • Wheat Berries. ...
  • Cheese Crisps. ...
  • Hemp Seeds. ...
  • Jerky.
Mar 24, 2020

What food should I stockpile now? ›

Use this emergency stockpile checklist as a guide to help you see what foods are best for an emergency stockpile or survival food kit.
  • Bottled water.
  • Canned or boxed milk.
  • Canned meat.
  • Packaged dried meat like beef jerky.
  • Canned fruit in juice or water, not syrup.
  • Canned vegetables in water.
  • Canned low-sodium soup.

How do you eat plant based camping? ›

Make-Ahead Camping Meals and Picnic Ideas (all whole food plant-based no oil) Veggie sandwiches–whole grain bun, hummus, avocado, mustard, cucumber, lettuce, tomato, sprouts, etc. Can't go wrong. Chickpea Salad Sandwiches--I've made this our automatic picnic meal so I don't have to think of something new every time.

Can I take tofu camping? ›

Take-out Tofu

You can save time in camp by cooking raw tofu at home before your trip. It lasts a day or two unrefrigerated and is good hot or cold.

Are any Mres vegan? ›

Currently, there is no provision for vegan Meals, Ready to Eat (MRE). Only meat-based and vegetarian options are available in the form of field rations.

Are tortillas vegan? ›

The large tortillas used for burritos and quesadillas are made of wheat flour, either white or whole grain. Wheat tortillas traditionally contain lard or tallow, but practically all commercially-made tortillas are now vegan, thanks to growing concern about unhealthy fats.

Can you eat unrefrigerated tofu? ›

An opened raw tofu should only be kept at room temperature for food preparation or in a meal for less than 1 hour. After 1 hour, the tofu will degrade its quality and may cause you foodborne illness if consumed. Cooked tofu can be kept at room temperature for a maximum of 2 hours.

How long will dehydrated tofu last? ›

Dehydrated tofu can be stored for 1-2 weeks in an airtight container kept in a cool, dark, dry place, 6 months in the refrigerator, or 12 months in the freezer. The short shelf-life is due to the fat content of the tofu.

What happens if you dehydrate tofu? ›

Tofu is very dense. Freezing it opens up air spaces in the tofu through the expansion of frozen liquid inside. Dehydrating tofu, without freezing it first, results in tofu that resists rehydration. It will be rubbery and hard.

Are Sea Shepherds vegan? ›

Animal agriculture and overfishing are killing the ocean. That's why our ships are 100% vegan. Our talented galley chefs work tirelessly to provide three nutritious -- and delicious!

Can you be vegan in basic training? ›

Exciting news for all of you aspiring soldiers out there! When I found out that peta2 member Ryan Dudley was vegan all throughout boot camp AND basic training, I was thrilled! Ryan's success is such a WIN for team vegan—and proof that there is no excuse for anyone not to cut cruelty from their diet!

Is Doritos vegan? ›

Doritos mild and hot salsa are both completely vegan friendly, with no mention of being made in the same milk handling factory. So even the most stringent vegan can still have Doritos dip. Just stay away from Nacho Cheese and Cool Sour Cream and Chives, for obvious reasons!

Are Oreos vegan? ›

Are OREO cookies suitable for vegans? No, OREO have milk as cross contact and therefore they are not suitable for vegans.

Is ketchup vegan? ›

To put it simply, yes, Heinz ketchup is vegan-friendly. Not only are all their ingredients plant-based, when it comes to Heinz tomato ketchup they've said 'we can confirm that the product is suitable for a vegan diet. Our sugar is not refined using bone char from animal bones. ' Making it entirely suitable for vegans.


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