It’s September meaning that for the half of the world that inhabits the Northern Hemisphere, Fall or Autumn is here. So put on those jeans, long socks, cute jackets and boots – get ready for hot drinks and campfires, leaf-pile raking, pumpkin and cinnamon-spice everything, because Fall has officially fallen, Halloween is creeping up, and we aren’t waiting around.

Top 10 Autumnal Campfire Recipes – Veganized


 1. S’mores

Did you even Autumn without consuming more than your fair share of campfire s’mores? Worry not, vegan s’mores do exist, and they are as perfectly oozy and melt in the mouth as any good s’more should be – especially when toasted! You can find the recipe here.

2. Pumpkin Spiced Oatmeal

What’s a true Autumn without pumpkin, pumpkin and more pumpkin? If the change of season has you frazzled, oats are a powerful complex carbohydrate and can reduce stress levels. Try making this pumpkin spiced oatmeal with a hot cup of cocoa and good read by the fire. The recipe is here.

3. Creamy Hot Cocoa

As seen in every Fall-time movie, a creamy cup of hot cocoa is a must-make Autumn essential. Perfect to drink while sitting around a campfire, or for drinking outdoors, this drink will warm you from the inside out during those long, chilly nights. You can find the recipe here.

4. Pumpkin Pie Tarts

We did mention that Fall is all about pumpkin right? But, did you know that these pumpkin pie tarts with cookie crust, are actually surprisingly good for you yet abundant with the flavour of a traditional pie? Whether it’s a Thanksgiving dish or mid-week treat, try including this on your Fall baking list. The recipe is here.

5. Campfire Toasted BBQ Skewers

bbq tofu skewers

Campfires, Toasted Skewers of Food, Long nights – a match made in Autumnal heaven. Simply swap a BBQ for a campfire, or campfire with a grill plate, and these skewers will be devoured in minutes. These textures and flavours are any foodie’s dream and this recipe is straight-forward and quick to make. You can find the recipe here.

6. French Toast

This recipe is so close to French Toast made using eggs, but it tastes even better. Taking a total of 15 minutes to make, and even less time to eat, when you try this recipe it will become a staple throughout the whole year. (We’re seeing a hearty brunch in the near future…) The recipe is here.

7. Bonfire Banana Boats with Melted Dark Chocolate

You had us at ‘bonfire’, when we saw ‘chocolate’, there was no turning back. This recipe is fun and easy to make, only requiring two obvious ingredients. Perfectly gooey and oozing with sweet happiness, how could resist the fun of watching these banana boats cook then (the best bit), savouring the taste of this decadent, yet healthy dessert? The recipe is here.

8. Maple Cinnamon Granola

Autumn simply wouldn’t be Autumn without Maple syrup. From French Toast to waffles, how about adding this sweet syrup to granola and adding cinnamon? Also known as the epitome of Fall dishes. This recipe is deliciously moreish and is quick and simple to make yet versatile. Get creative and add your favourite buts, seeds and dried fruit. You can find the recipe here.

9. Pumpkin Chocolate Marble Loaf

Chocolate Pumpkin Loaf

Perfect as a healthy treat or for breakfast, this Pumpkin Chocolate Marbled Loaf is moist, spiced, and fluffy, with the perfect hit of sweet. Because of the tiger stripes in this bread, try serving it at a Halloween do for an ultimate crowd-pleaser. The recipe is here.

10. Oatmeal and Sweet Potato Muffins

Oats and sweet potato can lower stress levels, as can baking, so what better excuse to whip on an apron and spend your afternoon in the kitchen? Whether you eat these as an easy breakfast on the go, afternoon snack or to satiate that sweet-tooth, good luck stopping after one, or two, or three of muffins with a yummy, crumbly top. You can find this recipe here.

As Halloween creeps up on us, don’t get spooked by last-minute preparation, try making some, or all of these 10 recipes and bust out your Fall fashion, with an all-important Starbucks PSL in-hand…


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