PHILADELPHIA - If you're vegan and looking for delicious, healthy Super Bowl snacks to enjoy during the game, you've come to the right place! These recipes are easy to make; they are all dairy-free, gluten-free, and nut-free. From cheesy dips to baked nachos, many tasty and healthier options are here for game day!
If you're looking for a meatless option that won't send your guest to the floor, these vegan buffalo cauliflower wings will satisfy your cravings. They're crispy on the outside and soft inside, baked and not fried, and tossed in your favorite buffalo sauce.
These bite-sized wings are a great addition to any football watch party or game-day snack platter! Serve them alongside celery sticks, a side of ranch, and raw vegetables for a crowd-pleasing dish that everyone will love.
Nachos are a Mexican snack that consists of tortilla chips, cheese, and several optional 'goodies.' These include beans, meat, vegetables, guacamole, and sour cream.
Tortilla chips are made from corn and can be fried or baked. They are a popular snack in many restaurants, gas stations, and supermarkets.
Cheese is an essential ingredient in nachos, as it helps to keep the chips crisp and prevent them from getting soggy or stale. Many brands of cheese contain sodium citrate, a type of salt that lowers the acidity in cheese to make it melt more quickly and without getting oily or clumpy.
Seitan, pronounced say-tan, is a meaty, high-protein vegan alternative to franks. It’s made from wheat gluten and water and can be seasoned with soy sauce or other flavorings.
These meat-free hot dogs are easy to make, hold up to grilling, and are a great way to enjoy a classic game-day dish without the meat.
You can make these franks ahead of time and freeze them for later, or you can serve them warm from the oven or stovetop. They’re a hearty, healthy option that will satisfy even the most die-hard football fan!
Spinach Artichoke Dip
Spinach artichoke dip is a classic party appetizer, and this vegan version will impress! It’s creamy, cheesy, and loaded with nutrient-rich spinach and artichokes.
This healthy spinach artichoke dip recipe is gluten-free, paleo, and dairy free. It’s perfect for any Super Bowl or holiday party!
You can make this spinach artichoke dip up to 2 days in advance and refrigerate it. However, it will start to seep moisture as time goes on. So if you’re planning to serve this dip for more than four days, eat it before it gets too mushy!
Smoky Jackfruit Pizza
A protein-packed pizza base alternative, this is loaded with smokey pulled jackfruit, caramelized green peppers and red onions, red onion chutney, creamy vegan mozzarella, and fresh basil.
This smoky vegan Super Bowl Snack is so simple to prepare! It's a must-try!
Canned young green jackfruit is an excellent substitute for pulled pork or chicken; make sure to use it in brine or water, not syrup. Otherwise, you'll end up with a dessert-like BBQ pizza!
Lentil Sloppy Joes
Lentils are the perfect plant-based protein that is easy to digest and will keep you full all day. This easy vegetarian recipe uses two types of lentils - french and red - for a meaty texture that holds its shape while breaking down to make a thick and chunky sauce.
A tangy tomato-based sauce is mixed with coconut sugar, apple cider vinegar, and vegan Worcestershire sauce for a flavorful and savory sloppy joe filling that will keep your family coming back for more! Ready in less than 30 minutes, this freezer-friendly recipe is an excellent option for a vegan Super Bowl snack!
Mango Habanero Salsa
Mango habanero salsa is a super simple, delicious dip or side dish to serve with chips, tacos, and other Mexican favorites. It’s also a great recipe to make ahead for your next party!
It’s a good idea to wear gloves when working with hot peppers. They can burn easily if they come into contact with your skin or eyes.
It’s important to remember that this salsa gets spicier as it sits, so start with just one of the hot habanero peppers and add a few more as needed for maximum heat.
Baked Cauliflower Burgers
This burger is made with tender seasoned cauliflower steaks that fit perfectly inside a bun. It’s the simplest veggie “patty” you’ll ever make.
They’re topped with spicy harissa sauce and a tangy slaw for a finger-licking good dish. This recipe is vegan, gluten-free, and soy-free.
Poutine is a Canadian comfort food consisting of French fries and cheese curds smothered in tangy gravy. It originated in Quebec and is now widespread across the world!
It is a dish that represents Canada’s national identity. Many Canadians consider it a symbol of working-class culture, primarily since it was first sold in rural snack bars and truck stops.