These Vegan Game-Day Snacks Are All W’s
It just isn’t game day without snacks. 🏈🌮 Football season is heating up, and lemme tell you, watching the drama unfold live on TV is 1,000 times better when you’re munching on delicious vegan food. Whether you’re hosting a big watch party or just putting your feet up and enjoying the game by yourself, you’ll score a W with these vegan game-day snacks:
Kick off the game by stuffing poblano peppers with a tofu scramble and adding salsa and avocado. This healthy snack srsly slaps hard.
Here’s a perfect protein punch to keep you amped all throughout the game. 💪 Melt some vegan cheese on your patties and add lettuce, tomato, or any other vegan toppings.
We have a few delish Latin dishes on this list, like chilaquiles, a beautiful blend of tofu, salsa, tortilla chips, and garnishes. 😋
Tacos are top-tier game-day snacks—they fit perfectly in one hand as you throw the other up in celebration. For these tacos, fill warm tortillas with tempeh or Gardein Be’f Tips and sauteed veggies.
Don’t let the name confuse you—this tasty treat is just for humans to enjoy. 😉 Our recipe makes 18 servings, so this one’s great for sharing with a big watch party.
You can never have too many taco options, right? These mixed-veggie tacos feature mushrooms, spinach, corn, and cabbage along with seasoning and topping options to fit your mood.
Ngl, this one’s a game-changer. I mean, fresh strawberries filled with a sweet vegan cheesecake mix and sprinkled with animal cracker crumbs? 🤯 How could that sound any tastier?
Love vegan sloppy joes but want to serve them as snacks vs. entire meals? Sloppy joe bites are your new best friends. With just seven minutes of prep and 10 minutes of cook time, you can whip these babies up during halftime and never miss a snap.
No matter what time of year your team is playing, munch on this mouthwatering treat while you’re watching. 🍎 Pro tip: If you’re hosting a lot of people, cut the apples up into chunky slices so everyone can enjoy them.
Who says waffles are only for the a.m.? Put refried beans and vegan cheese in some crescent roll dough, waffle press it, and dip in salsa for afternoon or night game treats.
Both lentils and cabbage are considered superfoods—and when you put ’em together, they’re super-tasty, too.
Looking for your new game-day main course? Try butternut squash enchiladas, a filling blend of butternut squash, black beans, corn tortillas, enchilada sauce, and seasonings.
An absolute classic game-day snack, vegan mozzarella sticks can be eaten plain or dipped in marinara sauce. These “cheesy” delights will leave even nonvegans shook. 😵💫
Think about this combo: Gardein F’sh Filets, diced mango, vegan mayo, and a whole bunch of veggies, herbs, and seasonings to seal the deal.
You can’t go wrong ending the game with these cookie “cheesecake” cupcakes. If your team wins, this dessert sweetens the celebration, and if they lose, it makes the whole game worthwhile.
Are sports kinda your thing? Take it from a Division 1 college runner—you can thrive as an athlete while staying 100% vegan: