Vegan snack recipes will please all of your friends at your game day viewing party, whether you’re watching the Super Bowl, the Puppy Bowl, or the Kitten bowl. They’re perfect for movie night and girls’ night in, too.
I’m not a sporty person. I have no idea whose team is doing what, but I do know that there’s a big sports ball match coming up soon. And I know that a lot of snacks are consumed when people are watching said match. Since I am a snack fan – and chances that while I’m might not be watching a game, I will probably be snacking in front of something on the television – I thought I’d share some nibbles for parties and gatherings. These are some of my favorite vegan snack recipes.
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Vegan Snack Recipes for Game Day
It seems that spicy snacks and sports go hand-in-hand. Buffalo Cauliflower Bites have become one of my favorite party snacks, and they’re one that both vegans and omnivores can’t get enough of.
This recipe may look a little to time consuming for game day snacking, but the seitan can be made ahead of time, or store-bought seitan can be used instead.
These nachos loaded with beans, veggies, and cashew cheese, and they’re perfect for movie night, game day viewing parties, and even holiday parties.
Disco fries are a New Jersey diner speciality. This vegan version is consists of baked potato wedges drizzled with cashew cheese sauce and mushroom gravy. You’re going to want to have a stack of napkins nearby, because things are about to get messy!
Is there anything better than chips and dip? How about a combination of chips and dip in one tasty little package? These potato skins are filled with spinach artichoke dip, making them the ultimate snack.
Stuffed with non-dairy cheese and topped with panko bread crumbs, these poppers the perfect combination of spicy, creamy, and crunchy!
Serve these tot-like nuggets with non-dairy ranch dressing for the ultimate game day appetizer or moving night snack.
This simple recipe is super easy to prepare and it’s sure to be a hit with your friends. You might want to make a double batch!
No one will guess that you made this delicious dip with cauliflower!
This spicy dip is also made with vegetables, making it sneakily healthy.
This cheesy dip is always a crowd-pleaser! Make a batch and watch it disappear!
No one will guess that the secret ingredient in this tasty dip is zucchini. Grab some cut veggies, and chow down!
This silky smooth hummus was inspired by Kitchen Creativity by Karen Page. Serve it with pita wedges or cut vegetables at parties for a fun appetizer, or spread it onto a sandwich or wrap for a delicious lunch.
Serve this homemade dip with tortilla chips or cut veggies as an appetizer, or use it as a taco topper.
Chili and sports seem to go hand-in-hand. I made this beany chili for a chili cook off at the office once, and several of my omnivore coworkers told me that they preferred it to the meaty versions others brought in.
Boot Kickin’ BBQ Cauliflower Tacos from Vegan BBQ Without a Grill by Linda & Alex Meyer
Even die-hard omnivores will love these barbecue tacos!
Toss some chickpeas in Buffalo Sauce, add some roasted vegetables and greens, top the tacos generously with ranch dressing, and supper is ready.
Made with roasted red peppers, pepperoncinis, vegan meatballs, and sautéed greens, this is my favorite type of pizza. It’s based on a dish at a restaurant I used to frequent.
These homemade burgers are spiced to perfection with chipotle, chili powder, and cayenne.
What will you be snacking on on game day?