25 Vegan Eats for the Big Game (or Any Day)

Whether you’re enjoying the Puppy Bowl, the Kitten Bowl, the Super Bowl or none of the above, these are nacho average game day recipes.

Marla Rose
2 min readFeb 5, 2021


Credit: Public Domain photo modified by John Beske

Even if you’re not the sporty type and you don’t want to sign up for a new streaming service to watch puppies and kittens do their cute thing, you can still enjoy the great flavors of the day vegan-style and any ol’ time. Grab a bowl, a spot on the couch and dig in!

  1. Scrumptious Chex Mix (It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken)
  2. French Onion Dip (Veggies Save the Day)
  3. Spinach Artichoke Dip (The Simple Veganista)
  4. Jalapeño Poppers (Connoisseurus Veg)
  5. Crispy Air Fryer Onion Rings (Sandhya’s Kitchen)
  6. Cauliflower Hot Wings with Aioli (Vegan Heaven)
  7. Garlic RanchSeitan Wings (Rabbit and Wolves)
  8. Firecracker Tofu Wings (Vegan Richa)
  9. Frito Pie (Serious Eats)
  10. 5-Ingredient Queso (Nora Eats)
  11. Baked Blooming Onion (Eat Plant-Based)
  12. The Ultimate Seven-Layer Dip (From My Bowl)
  13. Loaded Potato Nachos (Today.com)
  14. Buffalo Totchos (Tater Tot Nachos) (Fork and Beans)
  15. Nachos (Loving it Vegan)
  16. Healthy Pizza Bagels (Tabitha Brown via Tasty)
  17. Pigs in a Blanket (Kroger)
  18. Black Bean Enchiladas (Light Orange Bean)
  19. Tangy Lentil Sloppy Joes (Vanilla and Bean)
  20. “Pulled Pork” Sliders (Food Network)
  21. BBQ Chicken Pizza (This Savory Vegan)
  22. Veggie Dagwood Sandwiches (Tasty Kaiti’s Yummy Vegan Blog)
  23. Buffalo Mac and Cheese Balls (Keepin’ it Kind)
  24. Twice-Baked Potatoes (Allison Rivers Samson)
  25. Loaded Stuffed Potato Skins (Veganosity)

Not into any of the Bowls for viewing this Sunday? Join me at my virtual Valentine’s Day-themed vegan cooking class. You’ll get three fab recipes and we’ll all have a blast together. (Cooking along is optional.)

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Marla Rose

Marla Rose is a Chicago-area writer and co-founder of VeganStreet.com and VeganStreetMedia.com.