You can dig up the template from a prior VS version and move it forward; it might take a bit of tweaking, but it should work. The built-in templates are in the VS installation directory, for example, in
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\Common7\IDE\ItemTemplates
You could also use VS 2015 to create an instance of that template you want to use, and then manually turn that project into a custom template for your own use.
The new project dialog also has a place where you can search for templates in an online database of community contributions (kind of like the add-on community options), so you may be able to find yourself a suitable template there.
If none of the above are options, simply use VS to create a new instance of that template, save that created project structure off someplace, and copy or clone it when you want to make a new project. The poor man's template, as it were.