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Ultimate Vegan Super Bowl Snacks

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It’s almost time for the Super Bowl! Do you know what you’re eating? If you don’t have your all-star vegan menu lined up yet, consider these tasty recipes!

The melty cashew mozzarella sticks from Vegan Richa (pictured above) are sure to impress.

Those mozz sticks would pair well with these baked zucchini fries from Chocolate-Covered Katie or these OMG Baked Onion Rings from Post-Punk Kitchen. Everything is better when it’s breaded and crispy, right?

Alright, let’s talk dips. Save the Kales has a rockin’ recipe for mostly-raw vegan pizza dip. If you love hummus and pizza, then give this Pizza Hummus recipe a whirl. Let’s not forget the cashew queso. Heck, why not go all out and make a 7-layer dip?

7 layer dip recipeMost people would think that vegans can’t enjoy a good “wing.” While we vegans pass on the wings of chickens, we certainly have better, tastier, kinder wings to enjoy. Try making these Beyond Meat Spicy Vegan Buffalo Wings, Spicy Buffalo Cauliflower Wings, or pick up a package (or several) of Gardein’s meatless Buffalo Wings from your favorite health food store or well-stocked supermarket.

Some classic dishes to include in your Super Bowl spread are chili and mac & cheese, and YES, you can enjoy vegan versions of both! For chili, try a flavorful Caribbean Chili, a meaty Tempeh Chili Con Frijoles, or this Quinoa & Sweet Potato Chili.

If mac & cheese is more your dish, get saucy with some Roasted Red Pepper Mac & Cheese, Chipotle Mac & Cheese with Roasted Brussels Sprouts, or a BLT Mac & Cheeze. (The Post-Punk Kitchen may be mac & cheese experts!)

vegan mac and cheese recipeAre you drooling yet? Let’s bring it all down a few notches with some sweet treats. Your party guests will hardly believe that these fudgy brownies are made with black beans instead of wheat flour. You gotta try them! Another chocolaty gluten-free treat would be a dark chocolate fondue, served with cut up fresh fruit. If you’re a vegan cookie monster (hey, aren’t we all?), try making these veganized Girl Scout cookies. If you wanna try something unique, check out these Raspberry Pretzel Dessert Bars for something sweet and salty.

All of these recipes are sure to make your Super Bowl party a total bash. Don’t forget tried and true classics, like hummus and veggies, chips and salsa and guacamole, and fruit salad. As always, no matter the occasion, there’s plenty to eat without choosing meat! Game on!

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