Monday, January 13, 2014

Fifteen Ideas for Vegan Super Bowl Food (10 GF)

I'm not a football fan myself, but I do like good food! Here are some Vegan food ideas that might provide inspiration for your upcoming Super Bowl celebration. Whether you're an Omnivore who is hosting a Vegan, a Vegan who is hosting, or if you just want to take a Vegan dish to a Super Bowl Party - these ideas might help!


Dips Buffet for a Party 
This link has several dip recipes - so you can put out a buffet of several dips & things to dip with. This is great for appetizers as guests arrive.


Popcorn, Microwave - Make Your Own

 
Barbecue - this is a wonderful dish to make if you're making Barbecue Ribs, but have a Vegan guest you'd like to serve, too!





Fill Your Own Tortilla Night 
A perfect option if you're hosting several guests with all different dietary restrictions









Chili Corn bread Casserole
This dish is easy to assemble in advance. Make the  corn bread mix in advance, & store in the pantry. Have the Chili ready & spread in the baking dish. As guests arrive, add the water & optional oil to the corn bread mix, stir, top & pop in the oven. It will be ready as guests finish their appetizers. 







Chili-Topped Potatoes
This is also a great choice to serve buffet style when serving people with a variety of dietary needs & habits. Fix the Potatoes in the Slow Cooker, and add the Chili in a separate slow cooker or pot. These ingredients are naturally Gluten Free, Vegan, and Top 8 Free, but you can add such toppings as Sour Cream & Cheese to please the Omnivores in the Crowd (or even put out a Chili Con Carne for them if you're so inclined). You can add toppings like Avocado & Lettuce for your Vegan guests. You can add corn




Lentil Shepherd's Pie 
 This is another one that can be assembled in advance, and baked just as guests are arriving.


Turnovers, Calzones, or Empanadas 
These are great because guests can eat them out of hand while watching the game. The fillings are limited only by your imagination. 


Dijon Potatoes

 
Greek Inspired Oven Fries 



Black Bean and Corn Salad


 
Crispy Rice Treats


Fruit Salad 


Chocolate Chip Cookies 


Peanut Butter Cookies



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18 comments:

  1. ALL of these look amazing. Pinning this for later reference - later, like Thursday of this week, when I head to the grocery store :)

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  2. Yum! so great looking food. Love those Greek Inspired Oven Fries & fruit salad. Thanks for sharing. Visiting from Healthy Happy Green & Natural Blog Hop!

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  3. Dear Ann,

    These look so delicious! Thanks for dropping by me :-)
    I look forward to more delicious treats from you. Blessings

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    1. Thanks so much for visiting! I subscribed to your blog - it looks lovely : )

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  4. Great ideas! Thanks so much for linking up with us at Tips and Tricks Tuesdays!

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  5. Wow, I bet everyone wants to come to your house for Super Bowl viewing. These snacks are amazing, filling and healthy too! My family's favorites are the Dips Buffet, Black Bean and Corn Salad, Chili topped Potatoes and the Make Your Own Tortilla tray. And they have to have popcorn! Thank you for sharing your amazing cooking with us at the Happy, Healthy, Green and Natural Hop! All the best, Deb

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    1. Thanks so much for visiting & for your sweet, encouraging comments! (Actually, our 13" TV that doesn't get a signal deters visitors ; ) I really appreciate you hosting, and all the work you do!

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  6. Great group of recipes - all perfect football food! I especially like the Chili Corn Bread Casserole. Thanks for linking to the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you next week.

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  7. I'm a World Cup family because the hubby is from Cameroon. I will make the black bean/corn salad for my sister's Super Bowl party and it for the World Cup party in the summer.

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    1. Hope you enjoy it - at both parties! Thanks for visiting - it's great to see you again : )

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  8. We've started cutting meat out of our diet, and it can be tricky to find good dinner options. I found a Shepherd's Pie recipe last week, but without lentils! Looks good!

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    1. So delighted to hear that you're reducing your meat consumption - it will help you so much -in so many ways. You might like to check out my "Menu Plans and Bulk Cooking Plans" Tab - up to - for more dinner ideas : ) So glad you came to visit!

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  9. Thanks for linking up to Savoring Saturdays! Those Dijon Potatoes and Oven Fries sound so good! :)

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  10. Nice & healthy Recipes u have sheared . I hope you have a wonderful party .




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