Awesome Vegan Super Bowl Recipes to impress your friends
With this awesome Vegan Super Bowl Recipes, you can impress friends if you host a get-together on a Game Day. Even non-vegans will love them.
Substitute the cheese for vegan cheese, everything else like beans, olives, tomato… is vegan. Many popular foods are already vegan: Vegetable Burgers, Chili, Falafel and more are tasty, healthy and delicious. And the sweet tooth will be satisfied as well with Parfait, Chocolat Cake and….
Whatever the heart desires can be served and everybody will be happy with the variety of these awesome recipes. Start looking at them choose your favorites and get ready for the party.
Awesome Vegan Super Bowl Recipes Not Only For Game Days
Chipotle Black Bean Burgers
A Super Bowl party isn’t complete without some kind of burger dish like this vegan version by Ari’s Menu. Make it gluten-free by swapping out wheat buns for the gluten-free kind. You could even make mini versions for deliciously shareable finger food
Non-Dairy Raw Cashew Sour Cream
When it comes to vegan eats, cashews save the day. When softened and pureed, they provide a similar consistency to cheese and other dairy products. Basically, it’s excellent for satisfying that craving for cheesy goodness. For starters, check out this simple recipe by The Healthy Foodie to make your own cashew “sour cream.”
20-Minute Vegan Chili
A big ol’ pot of chili is a must for Game Day. This vegan version by The Scrumptious Pumpkin consists of a hearty medley of vegetables and spices, making it meatless and delicious. Plus, it does’t hurt that it only takes 20 minutes to cook up. Score.
Banana and Chocolate Chia Cream Pie Parfaits
Like most of the grub on this list, these parfaits by Half Baked Harvest are easy to split up and serve at a party. From the chia seeds to the dark chocolate, this recipe is full of amazing superfoods.
Creamy Coconut Cashew Spaghetti Squash “Alfredo” with Roasted Cauliflower
Mimic the look and consistency of traditional Alfredo with some help from cashews, spaghetti squash, and Half Baked Harvest. To make this completely vegan, the recipe notes that the egg and cheese toppings are totally optional. Instead, skip the egg and use nutritional yeast.
Vegan Avocado Chocolate Cake
Avocado sure knows how to transform the average sweet treat. It’s basically a vegan’s best friend. Need some proof? Try this avocado chocolate cake by Joy the Baker. Like black beans, avocado creates a beautifully fudge-y, creamy dessert.
Baked Herb & Pistachio Falafel
Because these babies by Green Kitchen Stories are baked instead of fried, they are so much healthier than your average falafel recipe. You can even make them gluten-free by using buckwheat flour. To make them Game Day friendly, simply stick a toothpick into each one. Serve with some soy-yogurt dressing and you’ve got yourself a winner.
Spicy Vegan Meatless Sauce
Whip up this meatless sauce to add to a hearty pasta dish or bake to your Super Bowl menu. Ari’s Menu uses a vegan meat substitute, but you could also try tempeh, tofu, or your favorite veggies.
Roasted Corn Black Bean Salad
Here’s another simple and effortless salad that you can toss together just before the big party. Serve it as a side or a main dish. It also happens to be gluten-free, too! Visit Ari’s Menu to learn how to make it.
Sweet Potato Avocado Salad
Sweetened with honey or agave, this good-for-you salad by Ari’s Menu is bursting with so many mouthwatering, natural flavors.
For a unique spin on the average pesto recipe, Green Kitchen Stories uses broccoli for a fresh and healthy kick. Serve it with some toast or crackers for a flavorful halftime snack.
Homemade Spicy Ketchup
Impress your guests with a homemade spicy ketchup dipping sauce from Joy the Baker. This would be amazing with sweet potato fries or kale chips. You can also use it to dress up vegan burgers and sandwiches.