The Best Vegetarian Game Day Snacks

Are you hosting a meatless game day watch party? These vegetarian game day snacks are sure to save you time and fill you up in the name of delicious, delicious football. (Woo!) These easy vegetarian game day snacks come from Sporked rankings to help you put together a snack spread fit for a football-watching vegetarian king (or queen).

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Good & Gather Classic Onion Dip

When it comes to vegetarian game day snacks, the ultimate snack spread must include at least one dip. In our best french onion dip ranking, senior staff writer Jordan Myrick had high praise for Target’s Good & Gather Classic Onion Dip. “It’s super thick and creamy, and tastes more like cream cheese than sour cream, which is heavenly. Onion flavor and onion pieces are prominent throughout,” they noted. Adding this impressively creamy onion dip is sure to light your breath and your viewing party on fire––in the best way.

Ore-Ida Extra Crispy Tater Tots

Is there a better vegetarian football snack than little football-shaped (sorta) tots? In her ranking of the best tater tots you can buy, managing editor Gwynedd Stuart said that Ore-Ida delivers on its extra crispy promise. “That crackly coating gives way to a hot, creamy potato center that contributes a convincing freshly fried feel,” she wrote. Crispy finger foods like this give football watch parties a good name.

La Tierra Fina Artichoke & Jalapeno Dip

If you want a vegetarian football snack that actually involves veggies, La Tierra Fina’s artichoke & jalapeno dip from Costco is your jam. In Sporked’s best Costco dip ranking, Jordan Myrick wrote that this dip is “so rich and super tangy. The artichokes are briny and the pickled jalapenos are bright.” You’ll be reaching for this delicious and substantial dip throughout the game.

Spicy Sweet Chili Doritos

When the Sporked team set out to rank the best Doritos, everyone agreed that  Spicy Sweet Chili Doritos are a revelation. “They have a rich umami taste,” Jordan wrote. If you want a vegetarian football snack that’s also a conversation starter, I suggest picking up a bag of these.

On the Border Café Style Tortilla Chips

No vegetarian game day snack spread is complete without tortilla chips. I mean, what else will we use to scoop up all our lovely veggie dips? In their best tortilla chip ranking, Jordan decided On the Border’s Café Style tortilla chips were the absolute best of the bunch. “They are salty enough to make the chip great for eating on its own, but are also mild enough to not overpower whatever you’re dipping them into,” Jordan noted. This chip goes above and beyond by being great even just on its own!

Casa Sanchez Medium Roasted Salsa Verde

When on the lookout for vegetarian football snacks, your zestiest bestie may very well be salsa verde. In their ranking of the best salsa verde at the grocery store, Jordan put Casa Sanchez medium roasted salsa verde in the top spot. Jordan describes it as “bright, garlicky, and tart.” We love a salsa verde that packs a little punch.

Deep River Mesquite BBQ Potato Chips

Indulging in authentic barbeque flavor can be tough when you’re vegetarian, but Deep River Snacks Mesquite BBQ potato chips deliver on that smoky goodness oh-so well. In his ranking of the best BBQ chips, Danny Palumbo described them as “salty, sweet, smoky, and zesty.” You’ll definitely need these in your vegetarian football snacks line up.

TGI Fridays Mozzarella Sticks

Finger foods make for quick and easy vegetarian game day snacks, and no finger food spread is complete without the cheesy goodness that is a mozzarella stick! These TGI Fridays mozzarella sticks landed in the top spot in our ranking of the best frozen mozzarella sticks. “TGI Fridays breaded mozzarella sticks have good flavor, great quality cheese, and a crispy, crunchy panko breading,” Danny wrote. They even come with a packet of marinara sauce! TGI Friday? More like TGI game day.

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Naajia Shukri

Naajia Shukri is the legit biggest fan of candy corn. She is interested in all things food, art, and beauty. After living in Korea for the past two years, she has gotten back to her L.A. roots, frequenting thrift stores and art museums.

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