The traditional Super Bowl party spread is far from vegan-friendly – chicken wings, cheesy appetizers and dairy-laden dips dominate. But fear not: you can veganize almost any of the classic finger foods without sacrificing flavor, and in most cases the plant-based version is better for you. These are some of my favorite snack and dip ideas that will make the perfect addition to your game day party menu.
A veganized version of a game day staple! Breaded tempeh packs a hefty serving of protein, so it's more satisfying than cauliflower wings. This recipe is also baked, so you can snack away guilt-free.
If you once loved deviled eggs, these little potato snacks are for you! The potato salad filling is creamy and tangy, with a hint of eggy flavor from black salt. Goes great with a sprinkle of homemade coconut bacon.
This recipe is sure to be a crowd-pleaser! This breaded tofu is the perfect vessel for all of your favorite sauces. This is an oil-free, baked recipe but it tastes far from healthy.
Decadent cultured cashew cream, fresh chives and caramelized, melt-in-your-mouth onions come together in the perfect party dip! It's just as delicious as the real thing, but better for you.
Stewed jackfruit is baked in spicy buffalo sauce and stirred into a creamy cultured cashew ranch base for the ultimate, satisfying chip dip.
Spinach & Artichoke Dip
Minced artichoke hearts, spinach and crispy water chestnuts add texture to a tangy cultured cashew "cheese" base. Amazing served warm or chilled – try it in a pumpernickel bread bowl!
This homemade ranch is free of oil, dairy and preservatives, but is just as creamy and flavorful as traditional ranch! A wonderful dip for chips or crudités.
Seitan and stewed jackfruit are baked together with tangy barbecue sauce to create protein-packed vegan ribs with a tender shredded meat texture.
Baked Falafel Balls
A healthy, high-protein appetizer for your game day spread. Serve with hummus or tahini-garlic sauce on the side.