As if the top layer of melty cheese wasn’t enough, there’s a deliciously creamy layer of bean dip beneath. Cream cheese, salsa, and taco seasoning send this super-flavorful snack over the top. Serve with tortilla chips and lots of cold beer.
Everyone loves the tempting crunch of a taquito, and even meat lovers won’t miss the beef in these flavorful treats.
It’s not game day without your favorite ‘Buffalo’ side. For a healthier alternative to Buffalo chicken dip, this version uses chickpeas to create a cheesy hummus-like dip with LOTS of spicy, garlicky flavor.
No one wants to be standing around a fryer during the big game. These tasty oven fries bake themselves before getting topped with a creamy Garlic Tahini Hummus Sauce.
There are many recipes for vegetarian chili, but this version stands out for two reasons. First, it comes together in only 30 minutes. Second, this chili packs in a ton of vegetables – some that are not traditional to chili, like sweet potato.
Like a deconstructed version of eggplant parm, with way more crunch.
Keep this recipe around all year – perfect for game days, Meatless Mondays, and even dinner parties.
This vegetarian version of baked beans incorporates Dr. Pepper for a sweet zest that’s perfect for pairing with all of your favorite game day mains.
With so much color happening here, no one will be able to resist a dip into this tempting side. Serve with toasted pita chips to complete the Mediterranean theme.
No one will guess that these tasty, spicy, Buffalo-flavored bites are packed with healthy quinoa and carrot. And the simple homemade blue cheese dip is a MUST.
Don’t let these elegant wrappers fool you – they’re perfect for game day noshing. Pair with a sweet apple cider beer for an unbelievable flavor combo.
Everyone loves hummus, but this Green Goddess take sneaks in a little extra veg to achieve that bold green hue. Even meat lovers will sneak a bite.
Yes, we promise this is actually cauliflower. Proving that sriracha improves EVERYTHING.
This bake takes a traditional 7-layer dip to a new, warm, and melty level.
This twist on pizza will hit the spot on game day with hearty mushroom flavor that takes the place of meat.
A lot like hushpuppies, these corn fritters pack much more flavor with fresh corn, garlic, cilantro, and a Spicy Aioli Dipping Sauce to die for.
You’ll be surprised how easy this take-out favorite is to make at home, complete with a homemade Ginger Peanut Sauce for dunking.
Why reach for chips when there are these flavorful Parmesan Roasted Chickpeas at hand? Place a few bowls around the party scene for easy healthy snacking that’s always within reach.
With so many delicious choices, guests won’t know what to reach for first. If meat eaters will be present, leave a few bites of prosciutto on the board, or simply omit the meat for a totally vegetarian platter.
A delicious veggie burger is a vegetarian’s best friend come game day. There are many recipes with a variety of ingredients, but portabella mushrooms most closely replicate the texture and heartiness of meat.
Zucchini fries are a restaurant fave, but there’s no reason NOT to make them at home. Baking them in the oven ensures a crispy crust without involving a fryer or hot oil.
Pile a tray high with these tasty Caprese sandwiches as a twist to a traditional hoagie platter.
Inspired by the flavors of Buffalo wings, these super flavorful deviled eggs are sure take center stage on the buffet.
Made with sweet potato fries, this combination of Mediterranean flavors is simply irresistible.
With so many rich foods on the buffet, everyone will appreciate the lightness of a cool, crisp salad to balance out those comfort food flavors.
Just try resist dipping into this hot, cheesy party dip. Pair with crusty bread, pita, or even tortilla chips.
And speaking of crusty bread, this Spinach Stuffed French Bread is an upgrade on cheese bread that’s best served hot and often.
There couldn’t be a simpler appetizer for your game day spread, and they’ll be devoured by vegetarians and meat lovers alike.
At first glance, you’d never guess these weren’t shrimp or chicken. And with so much flavor, they may even take the place of your favorite restaurant appetizer.
Light, crispy, and full of flavor – these bake up in only 10 short minutes. Serve with your favorite creamy dipping sauce like ranch or blue cheese.
This take on bruschetta is great for a buffet because they’re delicious both hot and room temp. Tweak the topping to your preference with sweet peppers, marinated mushrooms, olives, or anything you like best.
This crispy onion appetizer is like an international twist on a blooming onion in bite-sized pieces that are simply perfect for game day snacking.
Creamy, crispy, and spicy – these avocado fries hit all of the high notes. Make extra and don’t forget the homemade Chipotle Dipping Sauce.