Vegan Friendly Trail Recipes

As I have mentioned we attended the Vida Vegan Conference this past weekend and I had a number of conversations come up about my recipes for backpacking/hiking meals.I also realized that many of our recipes on the website were not properly tagged either! So I am slowly going through the website and updating – I was shocked how many were not labeled “vegetarian” or “vegan”. Sigh! Well I did say that going had focused me on my work 😉 So…expect a lot more recipes to be tagged today and in the coming days – a good half of the website is Veg/Vegan friendly and you wouldn’t know it. But for now? Here is a sprinkling of tagged recipes to get you started!

Breakfasts:

Carrot Cake In A Bowl

Hazelnut Chocolate Spread

Super Oatmeal

Super Charged Oatmeal

Oatmeal With A Little Extra

Instant DIY Oatmeal Packets (with vegan options)

Trail-Nola

Lunches:

Cranberry Almond Tabouli

Dinners:

‘Cheesy’ Rice and Vegetables

The Health Bowl

Pesto Tomato Pasta

Vegan One Pot Mac n’ ‘Cheese’

Fuel Saver Quinoa

Veghead Couscous Pilaf

Lentil Soft Tacos (an adaptable recipe)

Desserts/Energy Bars/Snacks:

Peanut Butter Granola Cups

Raw Recipes For The Trail (a collection of vegan friendly raw recipes)

Dry Mixes/Dehydrating:

Quick Asian Peanut Sauce

Making Your Own Instant Beans

Dehydrating 101 (A collection of how-to’s to get you started on dehydrating yummies!)

Dry Onion Soup Mix

Vegan ‘Cheese’ Sauce Mix

Classic Bannock Bread

Low Sodium Bouillon Mix #1

Low Sodium Bouillon Mix #2

DIY Instant Salsa Mix

Sport Drink Mix

Dehydrated Pesto Mix

~Sarah

3 Comments on “Vegan Friendly Trail Recipes

  1. I have the worst time eating breakfast while backpacking but that carrot cake in a bowl and the peanut butter granola cups look like something I could eat at 6am!

  2. I have made, eaten, and enjoyed the carrot cake, health bowl, and soft lentil tacos on trips this summer. They’re part of my collection of favorites that I return to over and over. Highly recommended!

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