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16 Vegan Snacks and Finger Foods for Super Bowl Sunday


Millions of Americans will gather around their TV sets for Super Bowl Sunday. While thousands of others will be flocking to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The NFL Super Bowl is one of the most viewed programs every year and, in 2010, “More than 106.5 million people tuned in for the the [New Orleans Saints and the Indianapolis Colts] game, making it the most viewed program in history,” according to Wonderopolis.

 

It’s also a time for lots of food and eating, especially if you’ll be hosting a game night party. Instead of munching on unhealthy, store-bought snacks, dips, and finger foods, why not make your own healthy, vegan alternatives? Your day can be filled with fun and also lots of healthy snacking.

 

Browse through our favorite Super Bowl snacks below:



 

Millions of Americans will gather around their TV sets for Super Bowl Sunday. While thousands of others will be flocking to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The NFL Super Bowl is one of the most viewed programs every year and, in 2010, “More than 106.5 million people tuned in for the the [New Orleans Saints and the Indianapolis Colts] game, making it the most viewed program in history,” according to Wonderopolis.

 

It’s also a time for lots of food and eating, especially if you’ll be hosting a game night party. Instead of munching on unhealthy, store-bought snacks, dips, and finger foods, why not make your own healthy, vegan alternatives? Your day can be filled with fun and also lots of healthy snacking.

 

Browse through our favorite Super Bowl snacks below:

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30 comments on “16 Vegan Snacks and Finger Foods for Super Bowl Sunday”

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GG
7 Months Ago

So where is the recipe for the title photo? ...the Buffalo Tofu Fries! Go to someone else's website: http://thevword.net/2011/07/extreme-vegan-makeover-buffalo-tofu-fries-edition.html


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Di Thomas
8 Months Ago

WOW these are amazing they look so Delish Thanks so much for sharing with us all


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Robin
9 Months Ago

How come I can't seem to find the link for the appetizer recipes?


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Charles Hanne
9 Months Ago

looks great


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DeeDee Moran
9 Months Ago

Thanks! More high-proteinn soy and tofu recipes, please. :-)


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Kazzlyn Cherries Dawn
9 Months Ago

As soon as I saw it I thought of you :)


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Kazzlyn Cherries Dawn
9 Months Ago

Lauren Kaszick


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Lauren Kaszick
29 Jan 2014

I LOVE YOU KAZZLYN!!!!!!!!!

Oscar Jaime
9 Months Ago

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-RmPM50XV40g/T_vNAewrDfI/AAAAAAAAAIQ/eXOxM1kqvu0/s1600/DAFUQ.jpg


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Sean Kerins
9 Months Ago

Eww.


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Susan Weiss
9 Months Ago

tofu is not a health food... and if it's not organic it's GMO. It's a hormone disruptor which causes cancer to grow. In Asia it's mostly eaten fermented and in tiny amounts.


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V
28 Jan 2014

Can you cite your sources for this idea? Millions of people eat soy/tofu products every day of their lives and they don't get cancer, so I'm skeptical that soy causes cancer. Unless you meant that if you already have cancer it can exacerbate it?

Stefan
29 Jan 2014

That tofu causes cancer and Asians don't eat much is total misinformation debunked by legitimate research and scholars (easily google-able), but still propagated by 'health food gurus' trying to make a buck by stoking people's fears into buying whatever they are selling.



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