published: January 26, 2015 — last update: November 21, 2019 byDeryn Macey
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This list of the best vegan Super Bowl recipes features snacks so good no one will ever guess they’re healthy and vegan!
Vegan Game Day Recipes
I tried to stick to recipes that feature whole foods rather than store-bought vegan dairy replacements. I never have those on hand at my house so I probably wouldn’t make a recipe that uses them. I know they’re not available to everyone either.
I hope you find something yummy and delicious that works for you!
Hot, creamy buffalo cauliflower dip that is going to blow your mind! It's dairy-free but still full of protein and super healthy! As far as I'm concerned, the more dips the better! Grab a couple bags of your favourite tortilla chips, make this dip and call it a day.
This vegan mac and cheese is made with tender macaroni pasta itossed in a creamy cashew “cheese” sauce, creating a remarkably similar taste and texture to the original. Everyone will love this vegan Mac n’ Cheese – even if they’re NOT vegan!
I couldn't leave you without a recipe for fries, I just couldn't! Okay, actually this one is for me. Fries might be my favourite food and I will never give them up! Never! But I will opt for baking them rather than deep-frying, so that's gotta count for something.
Instead of processed dairy alternatives, these potato skins feature everyones favourite dip, guacamole! That combined with bunch of yummy whole foods and this is a must-have for your Super Bowl spread.
I never like deviled eggs but these? I can totally get on board with. There are some vegan deviled potatoes recipes made with vegan mayo but I like how these are made with cashews! So pretty, fun and delicious! These will disappear on game day quick.
I can only imagine how good these beauties smell as they're baking! Mouth-watering comes to mind. I saw these pop up in a friends Instagram feed recently and I just had to know where this beautiful recipe came from! It was from Love & Lemons, of course, one of my favourite blogs! I was expecting the recipe to be complicated too but it's actually pretty simple and the ingredient list is nice and short.
I was looking around for a good vegan jalapeño popper recipe and found most of them used some sort of store-bought vegan cheese. I'm not really a fan of vegan cheeses like Daiya so I like how Richa used her cashew and bean-based Jalapeno Havarti Popper Dip for the filling.
If you'd rather skip the poppers, you can also just make the Jalapeno Havarti Popper Dip on it's own for an awesome addition to game day.
Cashew-less Vegan Queso is the star of these beautiful nachos from Minimalist Baker. You'll never guess the secret ingredient in the queso! Add your favourite toppings, load up on queso and guacamole, EAT!!