The Top 7 Vegan Appetizers You’re Bound to Love
Whether you’re hosting friends or family or just looking for a few healthy dishes to serve your family for New Year’s Eve, you’ll want to check out my recipe round-up of the best vegan appetizers to serve right now!
They’re quick, easy, and oh so delicious! Take a quick peek to get inspired before your next celebration and see which of these incredible vegan appetizers you want to whip up.
7 Incredible Vegan Appetizers You’ll Love
Featuring antioxidant-rich ingredients, The Ultimate Charcuterie Wreath is the absolute must-have in the world of vegan appetizers.
Beautiful, colorful, and full of health-promoting plant-based foods such as olives, artichokes, radishes, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, and more, this easy charcuterie wreath will be the showstopper at your New Year’s Eve celebration and have you eating healthy foods in style.
We can’t have a vegan appetizers recipe roundup without including an incredible wing recipe.
These BBQ cauliflower wings offer a vegan, healthy spin on a classic appetizer and are perfect for a New Year’s celebration because they’re easily just popped right in the oven! Plus, they’re coated with the most delicious maple sriracha sauce guaranteed to please everyone.
I’m a huge fan of this Vegan Spinach Artichoke Dip because it uses a cashew cream base instead of processed vegan cheese. Plus, the base makes it taste absolutely incredible!
It only takes 10 minutes of prep time, making it a quick and easy option to serve as one of your vegan appetizers that even dairy lovers will enjoy!
If you’re looking to include something crunchy with your vegan appetizers, check o ut these Spring Rolls with Spicy Cashew Butter Sauce.
Featuring a rich, sweet cashew kimchi mix and a garlicky, spicy cashew sauce, these veggie-filled spring rolls are sure to satisfy both sweet and salty cravings.
When you want something easy and simple that appeals to a variety of tastes, this pico de gallo recipe is guaranteed to hit the spot—especially when served with corn chips.
It only takes 10 minutes from start to finish, making it a great last-minute addition to your spread. Depending on how many people you have in your home, you may want to double the recipe—this is one of those vegan appetizers that will go quickly!
Looking for a dish to offer a bright pop of color to your offering of vegan appetizers? This roasted eggplant dip includes beets that offer a beautiful hue.
Serve it with fresh vegetables such as carrots and celery along with gluten-free crackers or bread for a dip everyone can enjoy!
While this is technically a dessert hummus, as the recipe title states, I decided to include my Dark Chocolate Dessert Hummus with Hazelnut in my list of top vegan appetizers because it’s not only packed with health benefits but also provides a flavor profile or those who prefer a little sweetness.
Like traditional hummus, this dessert hummus is also made from chickpeas. But instead of featuring common hummus ingredients, this dessert hummus includes sweeter ingredients such as chocolate, maple syrups, and vanilla. Serve it with fresh fruit or gluten-free crackers.