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Vegan Super Bowl Recipes

This round up contains all of my favorite vegan snack foods for the best ever Super Bowl watch party! Easy to prepare and totally crowd-pleasing, there is something for everyone to love on this list.

I honestly couldn’t care less about the game (sorry to anyone who is a huge fan!) but always enjoy watching the commercials and eating a spread of great food with family and friends.

Tips for Hosting (or Attending) a Great Super Bowl Party

Whether or not you enjoy watching football, everyone can agree that Super Bowl snacks are some of the best parts of any viewing party. Keep in mind that finger foods tend to work best during an afternoon party. Think of recipes that do not require a lot of maintenance or oven time. These will ensure you have plenty of time to just enjoy the game (or the commercials) with your guests. If you are visiting someone’s house, my top recommendation would be the 3-Ingredient Queso Dip. It works perfectly with chips or chopped vegetables.

If you are not familiar with the most traditional spread, let’s dive into it!

What are the most common Super Bowl Foods?

Typically, a Super Bowl-inspired spread is full of fried foods, chips, fries, dips, wings, and lots of ranch dressing. Traditionally, it is not at all vegan. However, with some simple tweaks we are able to preserve these traditional flavors and transform them into plant-based goodness everyone can enjoy.

The Best Vegan Recipes for the Super Bowl

To view the full recipe, click on each photo to navigate to that page.

Here is each individual link, for reference!

3-Ingredient Plant-Based Vegan Queso

Crispy Baked Ravioli Bites

5 Steps to a Great Cheese Board

Spanakopita Dip

Mini Tacos

Mediterranean Nachos

Sweet and Salty Kettle Corn

Fig Jam Pizza Bianca

Authentic Hummus

Easy Pantry Chili

Vegan French Onion Dip in a Bread Bowl

Garlic Knots Made from Store-Bought Pizza Dough

Sticky Sesame Cauliflower

Peanut Butter Cheese Crackers

15 Vegan Pizza Recipes

Brown Butter Rice Krispies

Vegan Pierogi

Grilled Veggie Party Sub with Sun Dried Tomato Pesto

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About the Author

Emily (Frigon) Meyers is the founder of Garlic Head, a plant-based recipe website for all eaters who want to easily, affordably, and sustainably incorporate more vegetables into their diets while saving time and money. She is a lifelong vegetarian and 10+ year vegan. Garlic Head does not focus on labels - it focuses on creating food that everyone can enjoy.

Emily earned a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University along with degrees in Economics, Spanish, and Global Sustainability from the University of Pittsburgh. She has been featured on numerous podcasts and websites including The Food Institute, VegNews, Buzzfeed, and the Boston Globe.

Meet Emily here.

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