Quick and easy vegan snacks are the best. They come together quickly and taste delicious, and depending on what you make, it can be pretty healthy. If you’ve been looking for more quick and easy vegan snacks, these recipes are for you! Check out these recipes and many others on our Food Monster App!

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1. Chocolate-Covered Apricot Ginger Energy Balls  

Vegan Chocolate-Covered Apricot Ginger Energy Balls  

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These Chocolate-Covered Apricot Ginger Energy Balls by Mitra Shirmohammadi are such a delicious and healthy snack to have on hand. They’re made with 8 wholesome ingredients, are completely gluten-free, grain-free, Paleo, dairy-free, and vegan.

2. Murmura Laddoo (Puffed Rice and Jaggery Balls)

Vegan Murmura Laddoo (Puffed Rice and Jaggery Balls)

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These Murmura Laddoo (Puffed Rice and Jaggery Balls) by Namita Tiwari are such a nice crunchy treat! Give these little balls a try and you may have a new favorite go to snack.

3. Cocoa Peanut Butter Energy Balls

Vegan Cocoa Peanut Butter Energy Balls

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This recipe for Cocoa Peanut Butter Energy Balls by Amarilis Moldes is easy, delicious, high in protein, healthy … it has everything. The simple 5 ingredients in these cocoa peanut butter energy balls come together to form the ultimate power up snack!

4. Chocolate Cookie Dough Balls

Vegan Chocolate Cookie Dough Balls

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These Chocolate Cookie Dough Balls by Mitra Shirmohammadi make a wonderfully delicious, quick, easy, and healthy snack. They’re dairy-free, gluten-free, grain-free, Paleo, vegan and could be made nut-free.

5. Sesame Banana Power Balls

Vegan Sesame Banana Power Balls

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All natural ingredients that come into perfect macro bites to create these Sesame Banana Power Balls by Kristen Genton! We love these with an apple as a pre-workout snack, or munching on them at night if I need something sweet.

6. High-Protein Pumpkin Pie Balls 

Vegan High-Protein Pumpkin Pie Balls 

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For these High-Protein Pumpkin Pie Balls  by Priscilla Soler, you only need 4 ingredients and they taste like pure heaven! They’re super easy to make and a perfect post- or pre-workout snack when you need something quick and protein rich but also delicious. These little balls have a cookie dough consistency, which is the best part. They are soft and you can add some seeds or coconut outside to add some crunchy texture!

7. Veggie Balls 

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These Veggie Balls by Amarilis Moldes are the perfect recipe to incorporate more vegetables in your day to day – if you are one of those who have trouble having veggies in your meals, this option is ideal for you. It is also the perfect recipe to finish the leftover veggies in the fridge! They are delicious and can be used for many recipes: have them as an appetizer, with ketchup or mustard, in salads, in sandwiches, in wraps, etc. The good thing is that you can make as many combinations of veggies as you want! Chickpeas are also yummy in these!

8. Salted Maple Pecan Pie Energy Balls 

Vegan Salted Maple Pecan Pie Energy Balls

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These Salted Maple Pecan Pie Energy Balls by Angelina Papanikolaou are the sweet and salty, the pecans accent the maple syrup perfectly, and the coconut adds a lovely bit of chewiness. Plus, they’re gluten free, Paleo, and vegan! The best part? You only need are 5 simple ingredients that you probably have in your pantry already!

9. Coconut Date Puffed Millet Bars 

Vegan Coconut Date Puffed Millet Bars 

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These Coconut Date Puffed Millet Bars by Angelina Papanikolaou are a delicious snack that will keep you satisfied when hunger hits!

10. Peanut Butter Oatmeal Bars 

Vegan Peanut Butter Oatmeal Bars 

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Naturally gluten-free, these Peanut Butter Oatmeal Bars  by Kat Condon are rich, gooey and secretly low in sugar. Wholesome enough for breakfast yet sweet enough for dessert – you decide!

11. Trail Mix Energy Bites 

Vegan Trail Mix Energy Bites 

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Enjoy trail mix in bite form with these Trail Mix Energy Bites by Kat Condon! Made from rolled oats, cooked quinoa and loaded with nuts and dried fruit, these bites are a great energizing on-the-go snack!

12. Superfood-Packed Trail Mix 

Vegan Superfood-Packed Trail Mix 

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The crunchy almonds and walnuts in this trail mix are complemented by chewy goji berries, mulberries golden berries. Feel free to add raw cacao nibs to make this trail mix feel like an indulgent snack. This Superfood-Packed Trail Mix  by Jesse Lane Lee contains a highly nourishing combo of nuts and superfoods that provide you with lots of energy and health benefits. You can also play around with the ingredients using whatever you have in your pantry.

13. Oat and Tahini Bars 

Vegan Oat and Tahini Bars 

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These Oat and Tahini Bars by Judy Moosmueller pack flavor with a good crunch, punch and are so good to munch. Perfect for refueling when on the go. Tahini takes center stage again. This is most definitely an ingredient that deserves a permanent place in your pantry for both its flavour and nutrient density.

14. Peanut Butter Oat Cookies 

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These Peanut Butter Oat Cookies  by Natasa Christofidou are a favorite snacks to bake! They’re so quick easy to whip together, using ingredients that you always have lying around in your cupboard and they cook in no time. Using oats as the base for the cookies adds that healthy carb to the mixture, giving you long-lasting energy throughout the day.

15. Oat and Coconut Cookies

Vegan Oat and Coconut Cookies 

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The coconut chips in this gluten free Oat and Coconut Cookies  by Judy Moosmueller are a great source of manganese, potassium, calcium and other minerals and add that delicious coconutty flavour that makes it hard to stop at one!

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