These vegan game day snacks will please everyone at your Super Bowl party! They’re great for movie night, friendly gatherings, and just about any kind of party, too.
I’m not a sports fan, and to be honest, I don’t really understand football. I only know that there’s a big game coming up because I’ve been seeing people talking about it on Facebook.
I am a vegan snack fan, though! Sunday nights are snack nights in our house. We like to chow down on dips, chips, and other yummy treats while snuggled into Slankets and watching movies or Masterpiece Theater on Sunday evenings. On Super Bowl Sunday, you’ll be able to find me in front of the tv flipping between The Puppy Bowl and The Kitten Bowl.
No matter what you plan on watching, here are some of my favorite vegan snacks to get the party started.
Vegan Game Day Snacks
Buffalo Cauliflower Bites – It’s just not a party without buffalo cauliflower!
Buffalo Soy Curl Wraps – These spicy wraps make a great snack as is, or you can slice them into pieces 2” thick.
Totally Loaded Vegan Chili Cheese Nachos – These nachos are the ultimate party food!
Leek and Wild Mushroom Stuffed Potato Skins from Peace & Parsnips by Lee Watson – These potato skins could be a meal, but they’re also a great appetizer. You can use baby potatoes for parties, if you like.
Vegan Disco Fries – Drizzled with cashew cheese sauce and mushroom gravy, these Vegan Disco Fries are perfect for Super Bowl snacking.
Garlicky Roasted Chickpeas – These savory chickpeas are highly addictive, so you may want to make a double batch!
Spinach Artichoke Dip Bites – These little bites are made with puff pastry, and they’re a great way to serve everyone’s favorite party dip!
Five Layer Dip – This dip is super simple to make, and my friends go nuts for it!
Garlicky White Bean Dip – Garlic, white beans, and tahini blend together perfectly to create this creamy snack in this recipe.
Roasted Garlic Hummus – this silky smooth dip takes a little bit of time to make, but believe me, it’s worth it.
No Bean Hummus – Hummus is usually made with chickpeas, but this no bean hummus is made with zucchini in order to sneak a few more veggies into your diet.
Fresh Tomato Salsa – I like to use cherry or grape tomatoes in this fresh tomato salsa, as find them more flavorful than the large varieties.
Avocado Salsa Verde – This Avocado Salsa Verde (or Guaca-Verde-Mole, as I like to call it) is a delicious salsa verde-guacamole hybrid made with tomatillos, avocados, and jalapeño peppers.
What snacks are on your game day menu?