30+ Vegan Superbowl Snack Ideas

Vegan Superbowl Snack IdeasSuperbowl is just around the corner and we all know the best part about Superbowl is… vegan Superbowl snacks! Here is a list of vegan Superbowl snack ideas to enjoy on Superbowl Sunday! Whoever you’re with, they’ll be thrilled if you bring one or more vegan, dairy-free, meat-free Superbowl snacks.

Vegan Super Bowl Snack Ideas

The high energy that accompanies Superbowl Sunday needs to be fueled with vegan super bowl foods. Some classics that I feel always need to be a part of the Superbowl food spread are vegan Superbowl dips, chili, wings and other Superbowl snacks. Here’s a list of 30+ vegan Superbowl snack ideas to make!

Vegan Super Bowl DipVegan Super Bowl Dip Recipes

These are a range of recipes for making your own vegan chicken at home. From here, you can season and prepare recipes however you’d like. From seitan to cauliflower, there’s a range of ways you can replace chicken in your favourite recipe.

Vegan Queso Dip (20 mins)

Queso is one of the most important parts of Superbowl Sunday. Include this dairy-free queso dip and no one will know this velvety, gooey dip is actually vegan. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Buffalo ‘Chicken’ Dip (25 mins)

This vegan buffalo dip is the ultimate Superbowl creation, it’s the snack version of Tom Brady. It’s got jackfruit as chicken, it’s creamy with a kick, dip carrots and celery or bread and pita. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Spinach Dip (35 mins + Gluten-Free)

This spinach dip is also one of the key elements of football snacking. Fresh out of the oven and full of flavour, this dip is perfect for mid-game bites. Plus it’s dairy and gluten-free. Get the recipe here!

Vegan French Onion Dip (25 mins + Gluten-Free)

This vegan and gluten-free chip dip is perfect to pair with chips, carrot and celery sticks and it’s so easy to make! Get the recipe here!

Coconut Lime Dip with Curry Fries (45 mins + Gluten-Free)

These full-flavoured fries are a surprising combination that you’ll absolutely love. Make your own fries or make it easy with some frozen ones and whisk this 2-minute dip together for some easy Superbowl fuel. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Superbowl SnacksVegan Superbowl Snacks

These are a range of vegan SuperBowl snacks that are great to munch on between touchdowns. These pass around snacks are great for everyone.

Buffalo Cauliflower Wings with Vegan Ranch (1 hour)

The top 2 most important parts of Superbowl Sunday are the wings and the halftime show. These buffalo cauliflower wings are crispy and tossed in buffalo sauce and paired with delicious homemade vegan ranch. Make it easier on yourself by using store-bought sauces to toss the wings or go all the way with this fantastic recipe. Get the recipe here!

Deep-Fried Pickles (9 mins)

These quick-fried pickles can be made and eaten in the 13-minute window of the Superbowl halftime show. They’re salty and crispy and easily a crowd favourite. Get the recipe here!

Baked Taquitos with Creamy Salsa and Guacamole (30 mins)

Fun fact: the Superbowl is the one day every year that the most avocados are sold. America loves 2 things, football and guacamole. A match made in heaven, make these easy baked taquitos to fulfill your Sunday guacamole fix. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Pigs in a Blanket (25 mins)

These pass around pigs in a blanket are so easy, basic ones can be made using two simple ingredients. Make them ahead then just bake before kick-off to have hot pigs in a blanket for the whole game. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Mac and Cheese Nachos (25 mins)

This recipe screams Superbowl. It’s the love child of mac & cheese and nachos, but vegan. It combines two beautiful foods in a fun twist. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Meatball Sub Sliders (27 mins)

You won’t have time to eat a full sandwich during the game, you’re focused on your team. You will have time to munch on these snack-sized meatball sliders. They taste omnivorous and even your ultra-intense football dad will want one. Get the recipe here!

Crispy Quinoa Onion Rings (25 mins)

These crispy onion rings are a perfect football food. They are fried and crunchy and pair so well with any dip. They’ll get eaten so quick. Get the recipe here!

KFC Popcorn “Chicken” (19 mins)

These bite-sized snacks are perfect for mid-game fuel. They taste just like the KFC original recipe using soy curls instead. You’ll make them faster than your uncle can pick up a bucket from KFC. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Superbowl MealsVegan Superbowl Meals

You might have to make some vegan Superbowl meals if you’re watching football with big fans with even bigger appetites! Make some of these vegan super bowl meals to fuel the watch party for over 3 hours of touchdowns and plays.

Vegan Stuffed Crust Pepperoni Pizza (22 mins)

You can never go wrong with pizza. Make this homemade stuffed crust and your fantasy football league will be so grateful you’re in the league. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Crunch Wrap Supreme (23 mins)

If you want something to fuel 100 yards of football, this recipe is the one. It’s a copycat of the beloved Taco Bell crunch wrap and it never fails, make a few and slice them like a quesadilla for easy sharing and snacking. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Cornbread Chili Pie (55 mins)

One of the classic Superbowl meals is chili. This cornbread chili pie makes it easy to prepare earlier in the day to have time to focus on football, then bake, slice and serve for a simple chili twist that will fuel the watch party. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Dill Pickle Pizza (30 mins)

Pair this unique pizza with the deep-fried pickles for a pickle-lovers dream. This sounds strange but if you’re a pickle fan, you know you can’t go wrong. Get the recipe here!

Vegan “Steak” Tacos (22 mins)

These vegan “steak” tacos are a delicious half-time snack to quickly fuel your watch party. Everyone likes tacos and everyone likes football. It’s hard to be sad on Superbowl Sunday until your team doesn’t play the way you want. Get the recipe here!

Best Carrot Hotdogs (25 mins)

Even if your tailgate party only goes as far as your driveway, enjoying a hotdog on Superbowl Sunday is a right of passage. Pair these with a hot grill and a cold beer and enjoy the game. Get the recipe here!

Super Bowl Chili

The Chili is literally titled “Superbowl Chili” in my Cookbook! If you have my cookbook, it’s on Page 71. If you don’t have my cookbook, click here to order it online! This chilli is a traditional element for a perfect Super Bowl Party, or when you’re just looking for a quick and easy dinner that you can make plenty of, and savour the leftovers for lunch tomorrow.

Vegan Super Bowl Desserts & Treats

If you’re looking for vegan Superbowl desserts or treats during game day, here is a list of vegan desserts & treats that everyone will love!

Vegan Dairy Queen Blizzard (5 mins)

This quick frosty treat is great for everyone whether they eat dairy or not. Whipped and full of toppings, these are even more customizable than your fantasy football team. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Gummy Bears (28 mins)

These easy little sweets are perfect for focussed-on-the-game snacking. Make them into your team’s colours to add a fun competitive edge to the snack table.  Get the recipe here!

Vegan Chocolate Cake (40 mins)

This super simple vegan chocolate cake is made using mostly pantry staples, perfect for when you were focussed on the wings and dips and forgot about dessert. Bonus points for adding your team’s logo in frosting! Get the recipe here!

Vegan Creamsicle Cake (30 mins + 3 ingredients)

This delicious 3-ingredient dessert is the ultimate “pulling it together” treat. No one would ever guess that all you used was store-bought cake mix, frosting and some orange soda. Swap for any canned soda and cake mix flavours you’d like. Get the recipe here!

Vegan Chocolate Milkshake (5 mins)

We learned from the finger foods that the best foods to accompany football are handheld. Grab a reusable straw and enjoy this thick chocolatey milkshake! Get the recipe here!

Vegan Reeses Peanut Butter Cups (20 mins)

In so many situations, homemade is better than store-bought. This recipe is a perfect example of that. Make these big or small, with more peanut butter or more chocolate, the perfect peanut butter cup is in the palm of your hand. Get the recipe here!

Best Vegan Brownies (50 mins)

Brownies never fail. Everyone likes a brownie and with these dairy-free, egg-free brownies, everyone can enjoy them. Good luck saving any leftovers! Get the recipe here!

Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough (10 mins + Gluten-Free)

I know you sneak bites of cookie dough… we all do. This cookie dough is made with secret ingredients and it’s even high in protein and fibre! Get the recipe here!

Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies (15 mins + 5-Ingredients)

These cookies are so simple you won’t believe it! Using only 5 ingredients, you can make chewy chocolatey cookies in no time!  Get the recipe here!

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I've rounded up 30+ vegan superbowl snack ideas! Whether you're looking for vegan super bowl dip, appetizers or desserts for game day, you'll love this list of vegan Superbowl snack recipes for game day!
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  1. Plan what vegan superbowl snack ideas you want to make during Super Bowl
  2. Gather all your ingredients.
  3. Choose what vegan super bowl snacks you can make ahead of time or make on game day.
  4. Enjoy your vegan superbowl snack recipes during game day!
Vegan Superbowl Recipes Edgy VegHi! I’m Candice aka The Edgy Veg!  I veganize popular food recipes for vegans, plant-based diets, eco-conscious eaters & people who are trying to eat more plants over… y’know animals or by-products of animals. I hope you enjoy this tasty vegan recipe!


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