Top 10 Vegan Snacks

November 5, 2013   6 Comments

Shhhh....don’t tell anyone but it can be easy to be a vegan. Why?

Top 10 Vegan Snacks

You don’t have to give up chocolate! If you buy a good quality chocolate, it will have a higher chocolate content, pure ingredients and no additives. The ingredients will be simple: cocoa, cocoa butter, lecithin, sugar and sometimes vanilla.

Lesser quality chocolates are frequently not vegan. They have a long ingredients list, which, along with cheap fillers such as food starch and artificial flavorings, will often contain milk, milk solids or milk fat. But, you don’t want to waste your money on these anyway.

Of course, there is the problem of BACON (sshhhh).

Here are 10 vegan snack ideas that will make you almost forget bacon :)

This list doesn't include the obvious - food like apples and peanut butter, mandarins, nuts, etc.

1. Carrot Fries Recipe An Entire Serving of “Fries” for 133 Calories

2. Cool Whip Substitute A Healthy Substitute for Cool Whip

3. Easy Black Bean Soup Recipe Got A Blender? Try This No Cook Soup For Instant Deliciousness

4. Healthy Cookie Dough Dip Recipe Eating Cookie Dough Just Got Healthier

5. Eggplant Dip Recipe Eggplant For Dummies

6. No Bake Lemon Balls Recipe No Bake Lemon Balls: Healthy, Fast, & Yummy

7. Spicy Roasted Chickpeas Turn Dull Beans Into A Potato Chip Replacement

8. chocolatecoveredfigb Love Salted Chocolate Caramels? Try This Healthy Candy Alternative

9. Healthier Burger Mushroom Cap Where's The Beef? A Better Burger

10. Moroccan Carrot Salad Recipe Why Snack Girl Loves This Salad

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Roasted chickpeas should have been number 1 on this list!

Can I get the same grilled flavor and taste, without the outdoor grill, this winter. I love roasted veggies but putting them in a frying pan in oil just doesn't seem right.

Thanks for promoting vegan foods! Trying to eat vegan during the week has opened up a whole new world of foods for me! @Noreen - I'm thinking of getting one of those cast iron grill pans to see if that helps without adding too much oil. :-)

I love to make the black bean and tomato soup in blender then add fresh chopped spinach or kale. Quick and easy and I always have ingredients in the house.

Thanks for the tip Julie. I'll look around for the grill pan. Roasted chick peas sounds good also. I love them as is so roasting them should only enhance the flavor.

I follow Fully Raw Kristina on Youtube and she has great raw and vegan recipes.

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