Movie nights are a great quarantine activity! They let you escape your home for a bit and travel into another universe. Movie nights are a great way to go on a wild adventure without leaving the safety of your home. If you’re planning on having a movie night soon, there are two important things to think about. Number one: the movie itself (obvi.) And number two: the snacks! No movie night is complete without a spread of sweet and savory snacks to munch on when things get intense. Check out these vegan movie snacks coming soon to a coffee table near you!
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1. Popcorn Bars With Caramel, Chocolate, And Peanut Butter
Popcorn bars are as delicious as they sound. These Popcorn Bars With Caramel, Chocolate, And Peanut Butter by Maria Engbjerg are at one and the same time both chewy, crispy, crunchy, sticky, and some of the best you will taste.
2. Kit Kit Copycat
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These vegan Kit Kit Copycat bars by Melanie Sorrentino are the laziest of the copycat recipes. Smooth dairy-free chocolate coating with the crunch of the delicate wafers is so good! With a 5 minute prep time and just three ingredients, you will be shocked by how easily this homemade candy bar comes together. By the way, they can be made gluten-free!
3. Sweet Potato Pretzel Knots With Curried Mustard
Snacks don’t get much better than these Sweet Potato Pretzel Knots With Curried Mustard by Erin Beccia! Sweet potato pretzel knots that is! They are warm, yet fluffy on the inside, and salty, but chewy on the outside. They are divine little knots of goodness ready to be dipped in that fabulous mustard sauce bursting with the sweet aromas of curry.
4. Cookie Dough Bites
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These healthy Cookie Dough Bites by Hannah Sunderani are nothing short of delicious! They’re made with healthy, wholesome ingredients and are perfect for snacking on-the-go. They’re also super easy to make. Sweet, doughy and full of chocolate chunks, these no-bake cookie dough bites are great for a sweet-tooth fix.
5. Bagel Bites
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6. Red Velvet Brownies
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7. Healthy Creamy Nacho Cheese Sauce and Nachos
This is such an easy, affordable, and delicious way to make a creamy vegan cheese sauce, mainly using cashews and oat milk. These Healthy Creamy Nacho Cheese Sauce and Nachos by Natasa Christofidou are perfect for your next movie night!
8. Vegan “Twix” Bars
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9. Vegan Caramel Popcorn
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10. 4 Ingredient Sunbutter Cups
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These 4 Ingredient Sunbutter Cups by Kristen Genton are a must-try! They last forever in the freezer, but can be equally delicious if kept in the fridge! If you’re craving chocolate but have a nut allergy, or are on the same “no thanks to peanut butter” train, then definitely try these!
11. Extra Sharp Raw Cheddar Cheeseball
Luckily, this recipe is ridiculously simple with only about 10 minutes of hands-on time. Thus, you can make more than one so everyone can get their fair share of vegan cheeseball! You can serve this with any of your favorite raw vegetables or sliced honey crisp apples! The combination of the sweet crisp apples and the piquant cheese is amazing. This Extra Sharp Raw Cheddar Cheeseball by Somer McCowan is also incredibly good with crackers, raw or otherwise.
12. Tortilla Hummus Cups
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Dipping chips will be so passé once you try these Tortilla Hummus Cups by Faith VanderMolen. Turn ordinary tortillas into a fun and creative snack! You can fill the cups with any kind of hummus, so you can customize your flavor profile to your liking. The contrast between the creamy hummus, the crisp and fresh toppings and the crunchy tortilla chips will make these disappear from their platter in an instant.
13. Chili Coated Plantain Crisps With Lime Ketchup
These Chili Coated Plantain Crisps With Lime Ketchup by Renee Press are great for parties, or an afternoon snack and are perfect for when you have a potato chip craving. They are best warm, but if you slice them about half as thick as these, and bake them until they’re extra crispy, you’ll have something very close to a potato chip that will keep and travel well. You can find plantains at most grocery stores now, but they’ll be much more affordable at an Asian or Latino market. Look for ones that are still green; they should be firm without too many brown spots.
14. Thin Mint Sandwich Cookies
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15. Cheesy Broccoli Tots With Ranch Dipping Sauce
Think you need potatoes to make perfect tots? These Cheesy Broccoli Tots With Ranch Dipping Sauce by Shea Cope are made by combining black-eyed peas and broccoli, plus nutritional yeast to give it that cheesy flavor. They’re baked, not fried, but they turn out with that perfect texture — crisp on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside. Served with cashew ranch dip, these tots are perfect for any occasion.
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Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammation, heart health, mental wellbeing, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergies, gut health and more! Dairy consumption also has been linked many health problems, including acne, hormonal imbalance, cancer, prostate cancer and has many side effects.
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- Weekly Vegan Meal Plans
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- The Ultimate Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition
- Budget-Friendly Plant-Based Recipes
- High Protein Plant-Based Recipes
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