Posts Tagged ‘Vegan’
A quesadilla salad is the perfect addition to a quick camping snack or basic camping meal. This quesadilla salad adds freshness and crunch to a quick and easy camping meal.
Orange Honey Mustard Pretzel Dip is easy to make, and is the perfect snack for on the trail. Make it at home and take it backpacking, or make orange honey mustard pretzel dip at camp for your day hike.
Coconut cream powder is the secret in this silky smooth Coconut Curry Soup that you can make backpacking.
Tempeh Beef Stew is just what you need for a cold night out in the wilderness. It will give you a warm and comforting feeling to get you through the worse of any conditions – or sleep like a baby in beautiful weather.
Here is another delicious and easy granola bar recipe for your next trip. Banana Chocolate Walnut Granola Bars are delicious anywhere you take them- even sitting at home!
These tempeh barbecue sandwiches are healthy and hearty. They are perfect for a fun night by the campfire, or to take with you on a day trip during this fitness-focused time of the year.
Sweet and smoky BBQ Baked Black Eyed Peas are sure to bring you luck for 2013.
A lovely company called Essential Eating: Sprouted Foods is doing a giveaway for their delicious and healthy products. Here is a recipe for Sprouted Whole Wheat Pasta with Swiss Chard Pesto to go with the product review and giveaway.
The long wait is over and Aimee’s babies are finally here. To celebrate, make these delicious Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins!
Garlicky lima bean spread is a flavorful addition to any sandwich or great as a dip for crackers or vegetables. It makes an easy make-at-home addition to any camping trip, and sticks to your ribs, filling you up on the trail.
This potato salad is a lighter and fresher version than most, feeling more like a salad than a heavy side dish. Its a great seasonal dish that can be made in advance when you’re hungry and don’t feel like cooking (which happens a lot in the summertime).
Vermicelli Noodle Salad is a cold asian noodle salad that can be made at home before your trip. It goes great with our Asian Wraps recipe and or is a great camping recipe on its own.
Asian Wraps with Peanut Sauce is a great recipe to make at home and take along with you on your picnics or camping trips. The effort is all in the prep, but it’s well worth it.
This Cauliflower Potato Soup is creamy, without the cream. You can certainly make it at camp, but if you make it at home and freeze it, the giant block of frozen soup will let you put less ice in your cooler.
Campfire potatoes are a hearty, smoky and flavorful addition to any camping breakfast. Serve these next to grits and eggs, or inside your breakfast burritos to please every camper no matter their taste buds.
Chili dogs are way better than your typical camping hot dogs on a stick. This chili dog recipe is pretty straightforward, but involves gourmet straightforward ingredients (including beer), which makes all the difference.
One of the secrets to great camping food is to make part of your meal at home. This Pasta with Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto, Olives, and Spinach recipe is a perfect example, because you make the pesto at home and then toss it with the pasta at camp.
This recipe transforms tempeh into something delicious and familiar. Tempeh hot wings are the perfect appetizer to heat up a cold crisp evening outdoors.
Made with pure maple syrup and spicy sambal oelek, this Spicy Maple Chex Mix is like no other Chex Mix you’ve tried. It’s an unexpected combination that we’re sure you’ll love.
Tofu “egg” salad is a good recipe to make at home and bring with you on a camping trip or picnic. It is a great vegan alternative to the family favorite egg salad sandwiches.
This garbanzo salad is a mock tuna salad that has a flavor that would impress both lovers and haters of the real thing. Garbanzo “tuna” salad is great for taking on picnics or having a quick ready lunch for any camping trip.
This Kabocha squash soup is perfect for the chilly days January is serving up. With the right amount of spiciness and smokiness, this soup is meal-worthy and will make you feel warm and satisfied.
Looking for motivation to stick to your healthy eating New Year’s Resolutions? Try this recipe for Orange Miso Rice Bowls. It’s hearty, fresh and a snap to throw together!
Black Eyed Peas on New Year’s Day are a Southern tradition. Our recipe skips the ham hock–instead the flavor comes from a rich tomato sauce and plenty of spice.
Its cold outside, but you can probably still grow a cold weather garden. Go with greens, which are often positively affected by frost, and you can use them every day.
This comforting Beef Stroganoff dish is the perfect companion on your Fall camping excursions. This one is a crowd pleaser whether you’re going for the filet mignon or Smart Strip strips version.
A chewy, nutty, and easy version of the same old same old camping food, oatmeal. Overnight steel cut oatmeal will make it easy to get up and out of bed!
An easy chopped spinach salad that gets pizzazz from ume plum vinegar and walnuts. A delicious and fresh fall treat.
Nothing beats a great Southern breakfast of Biscuits & Gravy when you’re hungry. This version can even be made vegan!
Ramen is not a new thing for backpacking but this recipe is Not Your Average Ramen! Toasted Nori, corn and butter bring this classic backpacking meal to a another level.
Finally a Vegan Sausage recipe that will do the real thing justice! These Vegan Sausages are seriously delicious and deliver on flavor, texture and satisfaction.
Soyrizo Stuffed Mushrooms – a Mexican-inspired appetizer just in time for Cinco de Mayo. Pop these on the grill or in a skillet, and grab yourself a beer. They’ll be ready in no time at all.
Tortilla soup is a quick and easy meal to make that is hearty and warming enough for camping. Make tortilla soup on your next backpacking trip.
Sandwiches are convenient outdoor food items, but always get squashed. This pressed sandwich is the answer to the problem because it is meant to be squashed.
Backpacking recipes should balance speed, ease, and filling nutrition, and using a backpacking recipe formula over one recipe will keep your meals interesting.
A little bit salty, a little bit sweet. A little bit crunchy, a little bit chewy. Maple Olive Oil Apple Chips will satisfy all your cravings while you’re out on the trail.
A twist on an easy potato salad recipe, we add caramelized onions, tomatoes, and Indian spices, turning an easy picnic recipe into gourmet outdoor cooking.
The Summer Vegetable & Zucchini Slaw is crispy and refreshing. It’s great for lunch, as a side dish or even in a good ol’ hot dog.
You can make your own version of creamed corn while camping using fresh sweet summer corn. This is a very easy camping recipe that can be eaten all summer long.
A refreshing combination of peaches, mint, ginger ale and bourbon, ginger peach juleps are perfect at a picnic on a hot summer day.