Super Bowl Sunday parties are a beloved pastime that is as American as apple pie. Friends and friendly rivals gather to cheer on their favorite teams with vast spreads of foods and beverages. Super Bowl parties don’t stop until the game is over and bellies are overflowing. This year impress your guests with a vegan Super Bowl party spread that everyone will love. Here are 17 vegan appetizer recipes for Super Bowl Sunday.
What’s a Super Bowl party without some vegan hot wings? Vegan Richa’s Nashville Hot Cauliflower bites are a spicy and flavorful addition to Super Bowl Sunday fun. Dip these delicious bites into your favorite vegan ranch or bleu cheese dressing.
Onion rings are a delicious indulgence that goes great with any party spread. With these vegan onion rings by From My Bowl, you don’t have to worry about breaking those New Year’s Resolutions to eat healthier. These onion rings are made with six ingredients and are crispy golden brown without oil or frying.
Big Box Vegan has created a Beyond Meat slider inspired by White Castle’s tiny burgers that we think would be perfect for any Super Bowl Party appetizer table. Since you cook all the Beyond Meat in one tray for multiple sliders, they are also quick and easy to prepare.
This vegan queso dip recipe is cruelty-free, simple to make, and won’t leave your guests feeling bloated. Its secret ingredient is pickled jalapeno juice for a slight kick that will rival your favorite punter. It is the perfect addition to vegan nachos, tater tot tachos, or served on its own with tortilla chips.
Potato skins are the perfect platter food for game day, and these classic potato skins have gone vegan. This recipe loads these crispy spuds to the brink with spicy jalapenos, dairy-free sour cream, colorful veggies, and tempeh bacon.
Love & Lemons has taken the classic bruschetta recipe and given it a complex vegan twist with flavors that are sure to be a touchdown. This plant-based recipe combines delicious ripe tomatoes with olive oil, capers, olives, garlic, basil, and red wine vinegar for a beautiful, mouthwatering appetizer that tastes fantastic.
These vegan sausage rolls by The Viet Vegan are great if you’re looking for a super simple Super Bowl Party appetizer that’s quick and easy to make. The recipe also includes a ranch-style dip to top them off.
These fully loaded-vegan avocado quesadillas are so good that guests will forget that this dish ever included cheese. Crispy tortillas overflow with creamy avocado, jalapenos, beans, onions, peppers, and loads of herbs and spices. Top them off with your favorite hot sauce and serve them up.
Adding this sweet and salty teriyaki meatball recipe to your Super Bowl Party recipe roster is a must. They may not be the most straightforward recipe on the list, but they will go great on some toothpicks with a side of dipping sauce.
Move over, KFC. There’s a new popcorn chicken in town, and it’s cruelty-free. The Edgy Veg has created this KFC-inspired chicken recipe that’s so easy to make it’s ready to serve in 20 minutes. Soy curls are the base of this copycat recipe that is certain to be the talk of the party.
Jalapeno poppers are a classic appetizer that doesn’t last long at parties. Plant Based Folk has veganized this delicious dish by stuffing breaded jalapenos with cashew cream and frying them until golden brown. This recipe is also gluten-free in case any of your guests are intolerant.
The only thing better than loaded nachos is a loaded nachos bar. Guests can add whatever toppings they want onto chips, fries, or tater tots to create their ultimate game day snack. Nora Cooks has created this yummy recipe to get you started.
Don’t put away the fryer yet. Here’s another deliciously decadent recipe for game day. Lazy Cat Kitchen has created this easy recipe that has a bit of spice flavored with plant-based red Thai curry paste and Kaffir lime leaves or Thai basil. It may not be a classic Super Bowl Party recipe, but we doubt you hear any complaints.
This dip recipe by The Simple Veganista lives up to her title. It is easy to make and will not keep you in the kitchen all day. Who can resist multiple layers of Mexican-inspired deliciousness, including cumin-spiced refried beans, olives, guacamole, sour cream, veggies, and salsa?
Green Evi’s recipe for tomato flatbread is delicious and customizable. It comes together fast by rolling out your pizza dough of choice topped with tahini, tomatoes, and garlic. Add your favorite veggies for a personal touch and create beautiful designs. You can make your chosen team’s colors or logo to show team spirit.
If you love jalapeño poppers but hate frying or fried foods, this dip is a perfect choice. Vegan Hugg’s recipe has simple ingredients and is ready to serve in less than 30 minutes. While this dip brings a kick, it won’t punt you off the field.
A party isn’t a party without some sweets. Here’s a simple recipe for soft and chewy vegan chocolate chip cookies from Loving It Vegan. With all the ingredients being cruelty-free, you and your guests can indulge in raw cookie dough without any health concerns. Whip up a batch before kick-off so they will be hot and ready long before half-time.