Vegan Snacks for Game Day are an essential part of any watch party! You’ll love this round up of savoury snacks, sweet treats, dips, and more. Keep reading to find new vegan snacks and apps perfect for game day, movie night or any occasion.
The list below has all my favourite vegan snacks, apps and fun meals that are perfect for Super Bowl LIV, or whatever game day gathering you host or attend. Even if this year’s watching party is just you, make some snacks anyway! Snacks are always the best part ;).
Popular non-vegan game day food tends to be heavy, greasy and full of animal products. This list of vegan game day snacks has all your favourite crave-able foods but made healthier and without any animal products of course.
We’ve got everything from cheesy and chewy to crunchy and salty. And of course we’ve got sweet stuff too. All eaters will love any of these snacks! So if you’re tasked with bringing a dish to share, all of these dishes are easy enough to make and take with you to impress your friends at the next game day event.
Whether you’re more of a savoury person or you prefer sweets (or if you like both!), you’re going to find a lot of new and amazing recipes in this list of vegan game day snacks. Try some and thank me later!
Savoury Vegan Snacks for Game Day
Savoury vegan snacks are the perfect munchie for watching the big game. No matter who you’re rooting for, everyone can agree on these delicious savoury vegan game day snacks.
This savoury vegan chex mix is loaded with crunchy goodies like pretzels, shreddies, corn nuts, sesame sticks, and more. And of course it’s flavoured with herbs and garlic, making it a fantastic make-ahead vegan game day snack! Pop a tray in the oven and let cool before serving in a big bowl to your guests or bring it over to any watch party you attend!
These cheesy, spicy fries are fantastic for game day! Air fryer fries are coated with amazing vegan cajun parmesan flavours and served with a cooling avocado dip. These fries are finger-licking good! You might want to make a few batches of this delicious snack.
These amazing vegan grilled cheese sandwiches are made sheet-pan style (less fuss and easier to make a big batch!) and loaded with your favourite pizza toppings. You can make a bunch of different ones or make them all the same. Use your favourite vegan cheese (I love Violife for this), vegan pepperoni or sausage, and whatever else you like on your pizza for an ooey gooey cheesy experience!
Homemade vegan Philly cheesesteak sandwiches are a great dish to serve for game day because they’re loaded with thin strips of chewy homemade vegan steak and smothered in a messy but delicious cheese sauce. Serve these vegan sandwiches with extra napkins!
These Oven-Baked Tofu Bites with Bang Bang Sauce are the perfect crispy snack for any occasion. Make these super easy oven-baked tofu bites for Meatless Monday as a quick appetizer, salad topper, or tasty weeknight dinner paired with some potato wedges.
This vegan bourbon barbecue calzone is packed full of bourbon barbecue sauce, soy curls, vegan cheese all inside a hot pocket of dough! You and your friends and family will love the delectable blend of sweet and savoury flavours.
What’s a list of vegan snacks for game day without nachos?! If you’ve ever been to a restaurant and were thoroughly disappointed in the nachos served, I’ve got the perfect home remedy for you! These Triple Stacked Vegan Pulled Pork Nachos are perfect in every way. Loaded with vegan pulled pork, gooey vegan cheese sauce, and baked to perfection in a single serving!
Say hello to your new favourite game day dip: vegan Buffalo chicken dip with crispy bread cubes! Typically, buffalo chicken dip contains a whole lot of dairy- including ranch dressing. However, I decided to switch it up and make a homemade ranch-style cheese sauce to go on top. It gives you that herby ranch flavour without having to buy expensive vegan ranch dressing! Not only are you getting the recipe for this creamy, spicy, favourite but also some delicious toasted bread cubes for dipping!
Welcome to comfort food at its finest: baked cheesy garlic fingers with beer pizza dough. Garlic fingers are an Atlantic Canadian phenomenon. But if you live outside of there, you might just know this delicious appetizer and cheesy garlic bread or pull-apart cheesy garlic bread. You will LOVE this vegan version and so will your family and friends!
What’s better than being greeted at the door of a party you’re attending with pretzel bites? Well… nothing. Let me show you why this recipe for vegan chilli heat sausage pretzel bites is going to be at the top of your party planning priority list this summer! These vegan pretzel bites are made using plant-based sausages, pizza dough, and are then baked and topped with sesame seeds.
Quesadillas are such a delicious food, but I often shy away from making them because they tend to be a bit messy to cook! This recipe, however, is so quick and easy to prepare. I love using a sheet pan for quesadillas because it keeps everything contained and there’s no flipping required! Plus this method makes it easy to make a bunch of servings for a watch party.
Looking for the perfect dip for chips? This fresh peach salsa is great with chips, on tacos, or especially with the sheet pan quesadillas I talked about above. The fresh ingredients really shine in this simple 2-minute recipe.
These vegan pretzel bagel bites are sure to bring you back when you try them. With all the flavours and textures you loved, and made even better in the comfort of your own home! These vegan bagel bites use a simple store bought pizza dough, made into mini bagels and topped with the best vegan version of your favourite pizza toppings!
This creamy, delicious Vegan Queso is inspired by Chipotle’s Queso Blanco and is my absolute favourite dip ever! It’s the perfect topping for tacos, burritos, nachos, and just about anything else you can imagine. With a few simple ingredient swaps, you can make a delicious cheese sauce that’s free of animal products but every bit as good as the real thing.
You and your friends will love these hot “honey” Dijon BBQ crispy tofu bites! Each tofu bite is crispy on the outside, tender inside, and covered in a spicy bbq “honey” mustard sauce. It sounds a little complicated but I promise it could not be easier! These little tofu bites are super addicting and everyone will go nuts for them.
I recently decided that I love gnocchi almost as much as I love pasta. Which is really saying something. But this pan-fried cornflake & herb-crusted gnocchi with basil cream sauce really takes the cake. Each little gnocchi nugget is coated in a delicious crusty coating and pan-fried until golden. They’re so perfect for your array of vegan game day snacks!
This vegan chicken and spinach Alfredo pizza is the vegan white pizza of your dreams. It has a fluffy pizza crust with vegan Alfredo sauce, spinach and chick’n. You can use store bought crust if you like, but I think making your own tastes way better! Make this pizza for game day and watch it disappear.
Sweet Vegan Snacks for Game Day
If you’re like me, then you’ve got a serious sweet tooth. After everyone has demolished the savoury vegan snacks for game day, treat them to these sweet treats. You’ll find more than one new dessert favourite in this list of sweet vegan snacks for game day!
This vegan chex mix is very similar to my herb & garlic savoury vegan snack mix listed above, except that it’s sweet! A variety of crunchy snacks are coated in melted vegan butter and cinnamon sugar for an incredible sweet snack. It’s so easy to make and you can make a pan of each flavour at the same time!
These. are. the. best. thing. ever. I mean, if you like chocolate. I set out to make some crunchy cereal cookie bars with a caramel layer and dip them in chocolate. But that’s so much work, and this caramel doesn’t firm up as well in the fridge (and after a few days would be kind of liquid on top of the bars due to the moisture). SO, I decided to swirl the caramel with the melted chocolate on top so that it would help the caramel harden. And let me tell you, it firms up to the PERFECT chewy caramel texture. Your guests will love these bars!
These vegan chocolates with vanilla cream may seem like they’re more suited to date night, but they’re a bite-sized dessert so I think they are a great option if you need sweet vegan snacks for game day. These little homemade chocolates are smooth and creamy and wrapped in a coating of chocolate that has the perfect *crack* when you bite into them.
These snickerdoodle cheesecake cookie bars are not only one of my dessert obsessions and only require 6 ingredients!!! It really doesn’t get easier than this. I shared these bars with a ton of family and friends to get their opinion, since it was kind of a random recipe, and they got rave reviews from every single person! This makes them the perfect sweet treat for game day parties.
No bake nougat protein bites are sneaky nutrient dense little energy balls with a few simple ingredients—but taste like you’re eating dessert! Gluten-free, refined sugar-free and completely vegan, these will be your new favourite healthy dessert!
Gooey flourless chocolate chip banana pretzel bars… like banana bread and gooey blondie bars had a baby! Banana and almond base with dark chocolate and salted pretzel bits on top! Bonus: these bars are flourless (and gluten-free if you omit the pretzels or use GF pretzels!). These bars are incredibly easy to make, we’re talking minimal effort for maximum deliciousness!
These easy chocolate chip cookies are filled with Oreo crumbles to make a super soft, Oreo creme filled chewy weeknight-friendly dessert. Melty chocolate chips and our famous cookie dough recipe make for an amazing egg-free, soy-free and dairy-free cookie recipe. These are so easy to make but the perfect handheld dessert for watching the big game!
These birthday cake truffles with cookie crumbs are crumbled cake bound together into a paste consistency with vanilla milk (oat milk plus vanilla extract). Then, they are dipped in a simple glaze and then rolled in my famous Liv B vegan chocolate chip cookies that have been blitzed in a food processor until finely crumbled. They are then rolled in sprinkles or cocoa powder (I like to do some of each)!