Pack These 5 Meals on Your Next WFPB Camping Trip
We absolutely love going on camping trips to escape into nature and get some much needed rest and relaxation. The best part about camping is enjoying delicious and comforting plant-based meals surrounded by the warmth of a campfire. Next time you go camping don’t reach for the processed junk, instead make healthy meals that will leave you satisfied.
Today we wanted to share with you our Top 5 Camping Recipes that we love to bring on our trips to the great outdoors. All of these recipes are very easy to make, so they can be prepared at your campsite. But be careful, these recipes may attract other campers looking for tasty food! Keep scrolling to learn more about each recipe!
#1 - World Famous Chickpea Salad
Chickpea Salad is always on our list of things to bring with us anytime we go camping! Not only is it delicious, but it is also filling and creamy. We usually prepare it before we leave, put it in a mason jar, and store it in our cooler. We usually enjoy this meal right when we get to our destination! This salad is great because it doesn't get soggy and can be used in a variety of ways. Other salads we enjoy that don’t get soggy are our Oil-Free Veggie Salad and Cowboy Caviar from our free Product Guide!
#2 - Stovetop Baked Ziti
Chances are you have tried our Instant Pot Baked Ziti recipe, but did you know you can make it on the stove (or campfire) too? All you have to do is add everything to a pot, heat it up, stir occasionally, and continue cooking until everything is to your liking! We recommend bringing a mason jar with the dry ingredients premeasured. If there are only a few people with you, it is best to half the recipe so you don’t have a huge pot of leftovers!
#3 - Potato Corn Chowder
#4 - Potato Foil Packs
#5 - Baked Beans
Nothing says Summer more than enjoying some baked beans in the fresh air with the people you love the most. We had to add this recipe to the list because baked beans are such an integral camping flavor. While you cannot find a healthy can of baked beans, this recipe has the same nostalgic flavors without the salt, oil, or sugar. Make this one at home, store it in the cooler, and warm it up in a pot!