A collection of the ultimate vegan Super Bowl recipes to score BIG at home this weekend!
It’s Super Bowl time once again! No matter who you are rooting for in the big game, I think we can all agree we like to eat while watching and cheering along. It’s the perfect excuse to sit on the sidelines with a heaping plate of nachos and guacamole if you ask me.
Vegan Super Bowl Recipes
For the pleasure of all of our taste buds, I’ve compiled a list of the ULTIMATE vegan Super Bowl recipes – that even non-vegans will enjoy. From tacos, to nachos, to chili, to buffalo wings, to potato skins…what more could you want?
These recipes are so heavenly, they’re guaranteed to make everyone happy. Yes, even those people that look at every single vegan thing you eat as though it was grown on mars. Yes, even they will enjoy these recipes, I promise! And they won’t even know that they’re all gloriously and deceptively vegan. For your vegan dessert needs, you may need to read this additional article too!
So get a pad of paper and pen handy, because you’re gonna wanna start building your shopping list for Sunday’s big game. Oh yes, it’s Super Bowl time once again in America and by golly we shall EAT!
With that I present, 10 insanely delicious vegan Super Bowl recipes. Your taste buds will thank you for:
Vegan Super Bowl Recipe 1: Buffalo Cauliflower Wings
Oh my god, is this recipe SO delicious. Very quickly after becoming a vegan I discovered Hot for Food and their Buffalo Cauliflower recipe is among the first things I tried. The batter has such great spice to it and crisps up so nicely, with the cauliflower perfectly moist (*cringe* I know, that word is awful but accurate) on the inside. I’ve made this recipe several times now for chicken lovers and they agree, it’s a WINNER. I’m definitely making these on Sunday.
Vegan Super Bowl Recipe #2: Lentil Tacos and Guacamole
I’m frickin’ obsessed with tacos, okay. I could easily include about 15 variations of tacos at my Super Bowl party and be damn happy. Lentils work so perfectly for tacos though and I thought my personal recipe would be the perfect option for your vegan Super Bowl Sunday. Also included is my recipe for guacamole, which is a guaranteed MUST for any Super Bowl party worth attending. I think we’ll all be eating LOTS of guac on Sunday!
Vegan Super Bowl Recipe #3: The BEST Lentil Chili
I’ve made this lentil chili probably about 50 times now. No, that’s not an exaggeration. I ate this like a mad woman back when I was vegetarian – both with and without cheese. It’s just so delicious! The flavoring is spot on perfect and you’ll find yourself going back for more and more. I’ve also tried this served over a baked potato and if you were feeling really frisky you could spoon it over for some fries as well. Go wild!
Vegan Super Bowl Recipe #4: Beer Battered Onion Rings
Hi, my name is Kelly and I have an obsession with onion rings. And being vegan won’t stop me!! Eclectic Everyday‘s recipe for beer battered onion rings is insanely delicious and I dare say, the non-vegans won’t suspect a thing. YES! Finally, you might be able to enjoy a meal without having to explain your “weird” veganism. I know, the silence while you eat will be worth celebration alone.
Vegan Super Bowl Recipe #5: Potato Skins
Hell Yea It’s Vegan is maybe the best name for a food blog, ever, and they serve up a pretty tasty recipe for potato skins. Yes, as you would expect – even vegans are all about the CARBS and the CHEESE at the Super Bowl party.
Vegan Super Bowl Recipe #6: Pretzel Bites with Spicy Mustard Dip
Vegan Richa knows the secret to everyone’s heart, fluffy pretzel bites and mustard. Put them both together and voila! A Super Bowl dream come true. Fortunately, pretzels on the whole are vegan…so on Sunday, bring on the pretzels!
Vegan Super Bowl Recipe #7: Bang Bang Cauliflower
With a name like “Bang Bang”, I’m in from the start. In addition to your Buffalo wings, feel free to pile on these delicious cauliflower creations. Like many great things, I discovered this recipe by Olives for Dinner on Pinterest and I have absolutely no regrets.
Vegan Super Bowl Recipe #8: Pulled Barbecue Carrots
Having been a vegetarian for a very long time before becoming vegan, I barely remember what actually pulled pork tastes like. That’s of absolutely no concern though, because this carrot alternative with sweet onions is a guaranteed fan-favorite substitution.
Vegan Super Bowl Recipe #9: The Sharp Cheddar Cheese Ball
I’m here to tell you, if you haven’t yet tried cashew cheese – you’re missing out. Even the biggest of
real cheese lovers will admit, cashew cheese is really coming into its own. And I ask you, what better way to celebrate the Super Bowl than with a massive almond encrusted cheese ball? It screams tradition. Challenge, accepted!
Vegan Super Bowl Recipe #10: Black Bean Enchiladas, Mmm!
Traditionally, my family makes nachos for the Super Bowl, but I’m feeling like stepping out of the box a little bit this year and springing for enchiladas. Of course, we’ll top these off with -yes- guacamole. It would simply be wrong not to!
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