I eat grape tomatoes, pepper strips, cucumbers, baby carrots, etc dipped in hummus, but when I package it (I usually eat it as a snack for work), I use a tiny tupperware container intended for salad dressing, put that on my scale, and weigh out the appropriate amount of hummus. It's easy for me to go overboard straight from the container.
For camping, we tend to do burgers. This is my favorite
and I just package them up in a cooler for us to cook when we get there (they even freeze well). I like to eat my burgers wrapped in lettuce instead of buns. I've made a variety of veggie burgers too, or you could go with a classic lean beef.
Kebobs are easy to assemble and bag marinated for grilling, and there are many hot dogs that are lower in sodium, nitrates, calories, and saturated fats. I love fish foil packets too. Just stick all your veggies and fish in a foil "pocket" with your seasoning, and you can cook them when you get to the site.
You can chop veggies and bring them with eggs, center cut or turkey bacon, etc. High fiber breads/wraps/English muffins could make easy breakfast sandwiches.
For snacks, I bring plenty of veggies, fruit and jerky. All of the trails make it easy to work up an appetite.