Vegan Snacks: 5 Snacks For Vegans That Might Surprise You!
Vegan snacks. When first learning how to eat vegan it can seem hard to find vegan snacks. Once you get going though, you see that there are more vegan snacks available than time on this Earth left to eat them!
From painstakingly homemade to accidentally vegan, and from peanut butter on celery to fancy prepared-by-pros vegan snack boxes, we are living in an awesome time to be vegan- and we want snacks.
Here are just a few snacks for vegans. Trust me when I say this is not even the tip of the iceberg. The point of this site is to give readers recommendations of vegan recipes and food that tastes good. Hopefully in the process it will introduce you to some awesome vegan food bloggers whom you can follow for vegan snacks and meal you love.
Options. It’s what we all want- especially when it comes to vegan snacks. So here are a few I love:
Vegan Snacks Option #1:
If you are looking for quick, sweet, tasty, and healthy have at this delicious recipe for Pan Fried Cinnamon Bananas from Dizzy, Busy, and Hungry. I mean slice, dip, and sauté. How much easier does it get than that?! This is one your kids are sure to love, too.
Snacks for Vegans Option #2: Apple, PB&J Nachos!
Need some fuel fast? Make up a plate of these PB&J Apple Nachos from Trial and Eater! We all know it takes more than an apple a day to keep the doctor away, but combine an apple with peanut butter and jelly and I bet we will be feeling full, healthy, and satisfied!
This is a fun one that kids could make on their own, too. What a great after school snack!
Vegan Snacks Option #3: No-Bake Mint Chip Patties
I don’t know about you, but as soon as I see something that looks as good as this I think “Oh no! It’s not good for me! It won’t fuel me! It will just give me a headache and make my stomach feel bad!” Then I have to use some self-talk to remind myself that this recipe is chock full of good things that also happen to taste good and thank my lucky stars that I live in 2021. Not only is there an incredulous amount of vegan options these days, but we have access to incredible vegan food bloggers like Feasting on Fruit making recipes like this one!
Option #4: Banana Splits on a Stick
Look! How appetizing is this totally vegan and healthy snack? Fiber, protein, and dark chocolate with lots of antioxidants in addition to all those incredible nutrients found in pineapple, banana, and strawberry! This would be a fun one to put out when guests visit, too!
Option 5: No Cook Vegan Bento Snack Boxes
Do you travel? Don’t you love the snack boxes you can buy? Whether you get them from the airport or on the plane, how fun is it to open them up, see what’s inside and have such variety at your fingertips? We make snack boxes for our kids all the time at my house. We pop them in the fridge and my kids have access to yummy snacks that will fuel them as they need them.
That’s why I love this idea from Sweet Peas and Saffron so much! Pre-make these, stick them in the fridge, and grab them on the go! Have a busy week coming up? No problem! Have 3 minutes between two calls? No problem! Need something to eat on your way to the gym? You guessed it- no problem!
I hope you have found some inspiration for vegan snacks from these incredible food bloggers! If you are new to vegan eating take a few minutes to browse through their sites. See what other vegan bloggers they recommend. Before long, you’ll have a great repertoire of vegan recipes you love!
Have you tried one of the recipes above? Will you let us know in the comments how it went? Do you have a different vegan snack recipe you love? Will you share it?!
Before you go!
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