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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Kennesaw chapter.

As the Super Bowl approaches next Sunday, many are planning socially distanced Super Bowl gatherings, looking up the perfect recipes for the day, and getting decor ready. There are so many easy, delicious dishes to make for the occasion, including delicious, meat and dairy-free appetizers. Family members who enjoy a plant-based diet would like multiple options in your game day spread. Here 5 delicious vegan appetizers perfect for the Super Bowl:


Vegan Queso


Chips and queso is such a staple appetizer that everyone is bound to love. Premade vegan Queso can be found in grocery stores such as Publix, Kroger, and Whole Foods, but the dish is also fairly easy to make on your own. Instead of using your usual dairy products, sway them out for dairy-free cheese or make this delicious vegan cashew Queso recipe by The Edgy Veg!


Buffalo Cauliflower Wings

Fried cauliflower is a meatless favorite among many. After it is fried, it takes on a very tender almost meat-like texture. Make this classic dish even better by dipping it in buffalo sauce and serving it with a side of vegan ranch. A full recipe for this dish can be found here. This is sure to be a crowd-pleaser!

Vegan Pigs in a Blanket

Pigs in a blanket are such a classic, comforting dish. The dish can easily be made vegan by swapping sausage for a plant-based alternative and using a dairy-free croissant. These items are found at local grocery stores as well such as Target, Walmart, Kroger, and Publix. The instructions and homemade recipes can be found here


Spinach Dip with Pita Chips

Spinach dip is such a quick and easy dish to make for any occasion. The creamy, cheesy dip combined with spinach artichoke and spices is definitely a crowd-pleaser. Find the recipe here on The Edgy Veg.


Edible Cookie Dough

To end on a sweet note, cookie dough is a very great dessert that can be used as a dip for treats such as cookies, pastries, and even candies. Vegan cookie dough is super easy to make and usually can be made by swapping out regular butter and chocolate chips for non-dairy alternatives and omitting eggs. Here is a delicious recipe from The Edgy Veg. 

A vegan Super Bowl (Covid friendly) party doesn’t have to be filled with only veggie and fruit platters. There are so many classic dishes that can be made vegan with simple swaps and procedures. Try out these meat and dairy-free recipes that will have your living room filled with the question, “Is this really vegan?”


Jasmine Holland

Kennesaw '22

I am a junior marketing major at Kennesaw State University from Augusta, Georgia #706 :) I love to write about topics relating to my own experiences, fitness, veganism, and anything that could make someone happy and/or motivate and inspire them. //ig:@plantingjasmines //ig: @jasminexmonique
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