Super Bowl Sunday is nearly upon us!  This year, cruelty-free vegan foods will be served for those attending the Super Bowl. MetLife Stadium in Rutherford, New Jersey, host of this year’s game, will be serving Field Roast’s vegan frankfurters. Millions of footfall fans who aren’t attending the game in person will be gathering with friends to cheer on their favorite team, watch commercials, and, of course, eat snacks. We’ve put together a list of five our favorite vegan party snacks that are sure to be crowd pleasers at your parties this weekend.


Smoke and Spice Almond Hummus

Smoke and Spice Almond Hummus from Nut Butter Universe by Robin RobertsonHummus is always a favorite at parties. It’s easy to pick up a tub at any grocery store, but nothing beats the fresh flavor of homemade. Chipotle chiles and smoked paprika provide a smoky heat, while sun-dried tomatoes, lime juice, and a variety of seasonings add to the intriguing flavor palate of this bold hummus.


Fried Avocado Wedges

Fried Avocado Wedges from American Vegan Kitchen by Tamasin Noyes. It’s believed that approximately 80 million pounds of avocados will be consumed on Super Bowl Sunday. This recipe for delicious fried avocado wedges only uses two.



Smooth and Sassy Guacamole from Vegan Fire and Spice by Robin Robertson. Guacamole is always a game day favorite. Tortilla chips are the usual accompaniment to this spicy dip, but raw vegetables and pita chips make a welcome change.


Asian Spring Rolls

Asian Spring Rolls with Spicy Peanut Sauce from Nut Butter Universe by Robin RobertsonFresh, crips vegetables housed in delicate rice paper wrappers are complemented perfectly with spicy peanut sauce in this delicious snack.


Spicy Balsamic Maple Wingz

Spicy Balsamic Maple Wingz from American Vegan Kitchen by Tamasin NoyesHot wings rank high on the list of football snack foods, but they’re something not usually found at a vegan table. You no longer need to forgo the game day favorite because Tamasin Noyes has created this delicious meatless wings recipe made with seitan.


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