Top 10 Vegan Super Bowl Recipes
The big game is two days away and if you’re like me, you have one thing on the mind. No, not who will take home the Vine Lombardi trophy. The SNACKS. The fried food, the delicious dips. It’s the one thing we can all agree on. Without further ado, let’s get down do it. Veggie Passport’s top 10 super bowl-worthy recipes. Sure to be a touch down at your party! Sorry, had to.
top 10 VEGAN SUPER BOWL RECIPES
This dip is one of the things I missed most from my pre-vegan days. I promise you, this recipe lived up to the nostalgia. Serve cold with pita chips or pretzels!
This is the most tried & true guacamole recipe you will find. I’ve been making this guac for at least a decade, and it’s the one thing people ask me to make the most.
Don’t even pretend you don’t want cornbread on your game day menu. It’s the best and you know it.
5. Garlic Knots
I promise I’m not bragging when I say this: these are better than your local pizzeria’s. Not to mention, your house it going to smell amazing.
Corn flake crusted. Authentic. Southern fried tofu. Need we say more? If you’re going for it - do the slaw too! The dressing is the best.
I make these almost every time I have a party or a large group of mouths to feed. They’re real crowd-pleasers, and even the carnivores can’t resist them.
8. Soft Pretzels
It’s rare that we have a family gathering where I am not “forced” to make these. They’re honestly not too difficult to make, but people are so impressed when you reveal a delicious, warm, fresh pretzel. Auntie Anne’s who?
My love for this dish caught me off guard, but damn if it’s not flavorful. Sorry that I ever doubted you, Canada.
Last, but never least. These enchiladas are so simple to make. They’re also super convenient to transport if you’re headed to a friend’s party. Simply wait to add the sauce until you get there and pop it in the oven to heat until bubbly!