Vegan party foods are so easy to make and fun to eat! You can do something as simple as hummus and pita or go off and make something a bit more complicated! Whatever you choose to do, it will definitely be amazing if you follow one of these recipes. These vegan party foods are so good, you might finish them before the holiday party starts! Cheesy and bready, they will please everyone at the party! They are so rich and tasty, even the non vegans will love them.

Check out these 15 satisfying vegan party foods from our Food Monster App!

1. Mac Uncheese Balls

Mac n' cheese Balls

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The recipe for vegan Mac Uncheese Balls by Vegan Mac and Cheese, Robin Robertson works best with elbow macaroni or other very small pasta shape.

2. Spinach and Artichoke Rolls

Spinach and Artichoke Rolls

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Spinach and artichoke dip just got an upgrade! Add some easy homemade pizza dough to the classic, cheesy dip, and you have Spinach and Artichoke Rolls by Chickpea Express featuring Legrand vegan cream cheese! This vegan spinach and artichoke recipe is perfect paired with marinara sauce for dipping… or even more Legrand cream cheese!

3. Crispy Potato Bites

Crispy Potato Bites

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Still looking for a cheap and easy appetizer for your next celebration? Here you go! These Crispy Potato Bites by Kirsten Kaminski are an amazing party and dinner snack. The combination of soft potatoes, covered in a crispy batter, topped with a creamy bean whip is just perfect! And, to be honest, who doesn’t love potatoes? Plus they look kind of cute and are really easy to prepare!   And the best party, they come completely gluten-free and oil-free! But, of course you could also just take a regular whole wheat flour if you don’t care about the gluten and make it even more simple. Although they are great appetizers, they are quite filling, so make sure not to eat too many before the main course!

4. Cheesy Stromboli

vegan Stromboli

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This vegan Cheesy Stromboli recipe by Chickpea Express is essentially the combination of a pizza pocket and a pizza roll! Layers of Italian pizza dough drenched in cheesy pizza sauce with your favorite toppings, this just might be the best way to eat pizza yet. Stromboli is one of the easiest pizza recipes to make vegan, and it super fun to eat!

5. Easy Autumn Cornbread

Vegan Easy Autumn Cornbread

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Cornbread is the ultimate deep-rooted soul food. This Easy Autumn Cornbread by Wendy Irene has the perfect aroma, texture and taste to satisfy all your senses!

6. Gluten-Free Pizza Rolls

Gluten-Free Pizza Rolls

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Try these homemade Gluten-Free Pizza Rolls by Nele Liivlaid if you need a healthy savoury bite sized snack for busy weekdays. Furthermore, they are yeast-free and oil-free for maximum benefits.

7. Potato Cheese Pockets

Potato Cheese Pockets

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Crispy, yummy and indulging fingerfood you’ll want to be making all the time! This Potato Cheese Pockets recipe by Amy Talei for kids, adults and all people alike.

8. Kale and Artichoke Dip

Kale and Artichoke Dip

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Artichoke dips are sadly infamous for being laden with dairy and having high saturated fat content. However, you can recreate similar version sans all of that without sacrificing flavor or texture, and that’s how the vegan Kale Artichoke Dip by Gabrielle St. Claire was born!

9. Roasted Garlic Sourdough Knots with Pecorino

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Nothing beats a freshly-baked loaf of homemade bread—especially in autumn. Once you’ve experienced the flavor of these homemade Roasted Garlic Sourdough Knots with Pecorino by Adam Merrin and Ryan Alvarez, with that exceptionally crusty exterior and the genuinely chewy inside, you’ll never want to eat the store-bought kind again. It’s not difficult to make, and the few extra steps are well worth your time. These homemade garlic knots are a bit different than normal sourdough bread knots: only mildly sour, with a comforting bold flavor and a chewy, crusty texture comparable to the best bakery. Filled with an entire head of roasted garlic and fresh thyme, brushed with melted vegan butter, chopped parsley, and topped with vegan cheese, these homemade garlic knots are truly life-changing. Crispy, golden, buttery, and delicious on the outside, with a soft center, these beauties are ideal for the holidays and the perfect side for your Thanksgiving dinner—or any day of the year for that matter.

10. Arancini: Fried Risotto Balls

vegan italian Arancini: Fried Risotto Balls

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More famously known as arancini, these fried risotto balls by Kristen Genton are a magical food that everyone needs to make at least once in their life! They are quite time consuming, but it’s well worth the effort.

11. Garlic Knots With Beer Cheese

vegan Garlic Knots With Beer Cheese

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Warm, doughy vegan garlic knots speckled with smoky Shiitake bacon and served with a side of creamy beer cheese … what could be better? This appetizer is guaranteed to be a sure-shot hit at any party. They’re so good, you might have a problem getting people to leave the snack table. These vegan Garlic Knots With Beer Cheese by Gabrielle St. Claire are cooked in a cast-iron skillet so they look like pull-apart bread, which makes for an awesome presentation. Everyone will love them!

12. Mushroom and Cream Cheese Flatbread

Mushroom and Cream Cheese Flatbread

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Making a flatbread and pizza from scratch may seem like a daunting task, but this Mushroom and Cream Cheese Flatbread recipe by Melina Kutelas proves it doesn’t have to be! This yeast-free and gluten-free flatbread crust comes together very easily and then is topped with cashew cream cheese, mushrooms, arugula. Enjoy the flatbread as the recipe dictates, with lemon juice, tahini, and soy sauce, or get creative with your own garnishes.

13. Caramelized Onion Cheese Dip With Shiitake Bacon 

Caramelized Onion Cheese Dip With Shiitake Bacon

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Looking for an appetizer that’ll blow everyone away? Sweet and savory caramelized onions and smoky Shiitake bacon top this amazing, gooey vegan cheese dip. Serve with crispy toast to add crunch factor and you’ve got everything you need for the perfect party snack. This vegan cheese dip would also be a great option for backyard barbecues and game day parties. Though you might have a hard time getting people to leave the snack table. You have to make this Caramelized Onion Cheese Dip With Shiitake Bacon by Gabrielle St. Claire!

14. Sausage Rolls with Sweet Potato and Caramelized Onion

Sausage Rolls with Sweet Potato and Caramelized Onion

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Irresistibly snackable, delicious and sure to please all of your guests, even the meat eaters. The filling is prepared with a favorite homemade sausage recipe, full of smoky flavour and herbs. The sausages are blended with baked sweet potato to make the sausage meat and layered up with caramelized red onion. Encased in flaky puff pastry, these little Sausage Rolls with Sweet Potato and Caramelized Onion by Harriet Porterfield are sure to be a hit at your festive table this season!

15. Beer-Battered Artichoke Hearts

Beer-Battered Artichoke Hearts [Vegan]

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Can you believe these Beer-Battered Artichoke Hearts by Jennifer Rose Rossano are made with only three ingredients … and that you probably already have all of them in your pantry right now? If so, what are you waiting for?! They’re decadent, delicious, and taken to the next level with a creamy dipping sauce (also just three ingredients!).

If you loved these vegan party foods, make sure to check out 25 Awesome Vegan Snacks for Any Party, 35 Indulgent Vegan Party Snacks and Appetizers to Ring in the New Year, 15 Bite-Sized Snacks for Your New Year’s Eve Party!

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