Once again the Super Bowl has arrived and while it’s fun to have some yummy snacks to eat on game day, there’s no need to go crazy with deep-fried food. Here are some healthy vegan Super Bowl snacks that are so good you’ll even be able to sneak them by the omnivores!
Vegan Super Bowl Snacks
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 wouldn’t realistically 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!
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!!
I keep coming around to this amazing recipe from Kristy at Keepin’ It Kind and I STILL haven’t made it. I think it’s finally time to give it a try. Pizza, buffalo wings, blue cheese spread..what’s not to love? Oh, it’s vegan!! Whoohoo!!!
Oh. yaaaa. These Baked Mango Sriracha Cauliflower Wings are also worth checking out! It’s gonna be hard to choose what makes the game day cut!
I don’t know about you guys but I don’t need the Super Bowl to eat this, any day of the week will do just fine! I love how clean and simple the ingredient list is too.
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. Minimalist Baker has a good one too that you can check out here.
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.
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 never like deviled eggs but these? I can totally get on board with. The filling is made from cashews and they’re are just so pretty and fun!
While I was looking around for an awesome vegan potato skin recipe so many of them were made with various store-bought items like vegan sour cream, vegan cream cheese, vegan bacon bits and so on. I never have these on hand so I probably wouldn’t ever make a recipe that uses them. I totally get there place when making dishes for events like the Superbowl though, they make enjoying those comfort food snacks with your friends and family possible.
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 Superbowl spread.
I don’t know where we’d be without Richa. She is so creative and her recipes make all your favourite foods available on a plant-based diet.
Good lord. Is it Sunday yet?
You’ll be surprised by how simple and healthy this recipe is! Head on over and check it out. There’s some serious yum factor happening over there.
No Superbowl party is complete without some crunchy, salty chips! These are almost like Doritos but without the frying or scary list of ingredients. All you need spices and corn tortillas to bake up these chili cheese chips!
Ya, ya, ya…there are a million kale chip recipes to be found on the internet but these ones are just outta control. So. much. cheesy. awesomeness.
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.