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21 Amazing Vegan Finger Foods For Holidays!

Is going vegan one of your Future resolutions? Serve up some delectable vegan side dishes to kick off your New Year’s Party celebration. Consider animals while selecting dishes for your party cuisine and avoid using dairy, eggs, or meat. By going vegetarian, you can contribute to the tranquility enjoyed by cows, chickens, pigs, and other animals raised for sustenance. And believe me, these holiday recipes will keep you much healthier. These appetizer ideas are sure to win your heart this Christmas.  Let your resolution start before the New Year, start eating vegan finger food ideas on this bright day of Christmas. 

Vegan Lentil Patties With Lemon Tahini Dip This recipe will be loved by everyone from young to old.  Forget about meat, fish and eggs when talking about Mini Crustless Tofu Quiches Recipes. Starting with perfect Vegan Savory Spinach and Artichoke Rolls Vegan Zucchini Slice Recipes will take you to the land of delicious flavors. These easy vegan finger food ideas are all Huge hit delicious vegan recipes I’m sure all of us can live peacefully with this decision. Be sure to scroll down, all the vegan recipes are waiting for you.  Do not delay!

1. Vegan Lentil Patties With Lemon Tahini Dip

 Vegan Lentil Patties With Lemon Tahini Dip

These perfectly seasoned, bite-sized vegan lentil burgers are packed with plant based protein. One tiny patty contains 4g of protein and over 20% of your daily requirement for iron. We guarantee that after dipping one in our lemon-garlic tahini dip, you’ll be licking your fingers. When we decided to become vegans, lentils were one of the first actual superfoods we learned about. The amount of macro- and micronutrients they contain continues to astound us. Red lentils are so full and hearty that we love using them in our recipes.

They are also among the healthiest foods available to humans. So, we formed this nutritious food into patties. Then we discovered that everything, especially when it’s bite-sized, actually tastes better when it’s in the form of a patty. This recipe is ideal to serve before supper, to enjoy as a portable snack (they taste great cold), or to turn into a meal by adding rice and vegetables to the patties. These are also fantastic complements to salads or pasta sauce. These vegan finger ideas are going to be great. These holiday recipes are perfect appetizer ideas.
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2. Polenta Pommes

Polenta Pommes

Crispy, filling vegan fish fingers made of polenta, served with a rich cashew garlic sauce! This is the ideal, nutritious finger food snack. This vegan gluten free and dairy free dish is perfect for relaxing TV nights. The polenta “fries” are very well-liked in Brazil. They’re very simple to prepare, and they make a great snack, hehe! I paired the deliciously creamy cashew garlic dip with the polenta fries. Cashews, garlic, plant-based milk, and a few spices are used to make the dip.

The cashews just need to be cooked for 20 minutes or soaked in water for a few hours. The only thing left to do is to combine or process all of the components. The delectable dip is prepared! Holiday recipes aren’t complete without the perfect appetizer ideas. These vegan finger food ideas will make Christmas parties even more dazzling.
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Also try these healthy vegan meal prep ideas for the week!

3. Buffalo Chickpea Meatballs with Yogurt Ranch

Buffalo Chickpea Meatballs with Yogurt Ranch

I have an amazing stock of vegan finger food ideas that will blow your mind. Yogurt Ranch Dip with all the toppings with Buffalo Chickpea Meatballs! Take advantage of these meatless meatballs as a main course, tasty perfect party appetizers on game day, or a tasty snack on a weeknight. Served in a white bowl with yogurt ranch, herbs, and vegan buffalo chickpea meatballs as the toppings. Also, Make these easy healthy high protein salads for meal prep.

Today, we’re riffing on popular bar food dishes with a focus on plants for health. This dish is a variation of my well-known chickpea meatballs, which have been made and appreciated by countless readers. They’re incredibly easy, tasty, and tender. The BEST potential enhancement could be to add some buffalo sauce to them and serve them with ranch dip. Both vegans and meat eaters will appreciate this recipe because it only takes 30 minutes to prepare. Who, after all, could possibly turn down homemade ranch and a hot buffalo situation?
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4. Baked or Fried Crispy Tofu with Sweet Scallion Sauce

Baked or Fried Crispy Tofu with Sweet Scallion Sauce

Our go-to method for preparing tofu at home is this Crispy Tofu with a Sweet Scallion Sauce. For me, the sauce is what ties everything together. Growing up, my mother would prepare and serve this dish before lunch or dinner or dinner party because my dad enjoyed it so much. These Christmas vegan finger food ideas are truly classic appetizer recipes. Freshly prepared ones that are lovely and crispy are best to eat! Scroll down to make these wonderful holiday recipes.  Hurry up!
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5. Vegan Garlic Fingers Recipe

Vegan Garlic Fingers Recipe

Pizza night wouldn’t be complete without garlic fingers, a maritime tradition that is just as important as the pizza itself. Personally, I’d much rather have vegan garlic bread than pizza! particularly when dipped in a tart and sweet donair sauce!

These vegan garlic fingers can be perfectly served as vegan finger food ideas for your appetizer ideas. Making such a holiday for your guests will encourage them to eat healthily. We’re going to use vegan garlic butter for this recipe for which you’ll need vegan butter, garlic powder, and parsley flakes. Also, these garlic fingers are loaded with vegan shredded Mozzarella and parmesan cheeses.
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6. Healthy Vegan Pizza Rolls

Healthy Vegan Pizza Rolls

Confused about what to add to your appetizer ideas for your holiday recipes? If you refer to veganism as boring, then we’re here to bust that myth for you! These simple vegan pizza rolls are a delicious side dish, snack, or finger food for any gathering. These nutritious rolls are full and delicious thanks to their whole wheat dough and rich veggie filling. They make a terrific addition to a lunchbox and are fun, flavorful, and simple to make.

They are a necessity at any party. Our scrumptious veggie-stuffed vegan pizza rolls are prepared with whole-grain flour for more fiber and nutrients. Even finicky eaters adore them because they are so delectable. If you have any excess vegetables at home, this recipe is great for using them up. You can utilize squishy and less-than-fresh veggies that would normally be thrown out in the following days because they are fried and then mixed into the sauce!
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7. Broccoli Cheddar Baby Quinoa Bites 

Broccoli Cheddar Baby Quinoa Bites 

If you’re trying to incorporate quinoa into your vegan finger foods, there’s no better way to do it than to take help from my holiday recipes. You’ll get a ton of appetizer ideas there. So why the wait? Want to try quinoa in a different way? The whole family will enjoy these adorable and healthy broccoli cheddar quinoa bites as a snack, appetizer, or side dish. These quinoa cups are packed with vegetables and cheesy flavor, making them a fantastic recipe for lunch boxes, children’s snacks, and baby-led weaning.

You’ll adore these Broccoli Cheddar Quinoa Bites if you’ve been searching for excellent quinoa preparation ideas! They’re a fantastic alternative to prepare ahead of time for snacks or meals for the entire week in addition to being delicious and a lot of fun to eat. These cheesy quinoa cups are hard to beat because they are packed with fluffy quinoa, broccoli, cheese, and spices. For the ideal pop-able snack or side, serve them with your preferred dipping sauce!
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8. Mini Crustless Tofu Quiches

Mini Crustless Tofu Quiches

What better way to enjoy vegan finger food ideas than trying these mini crustless tofu quiches? I have some amazing appetizer ideas waiting for you to add to your bucket list. You are seriously going to thank me for these holiday recipes. These tofu-based, little vegan quiches are perfect for breakfast, a lunchbox, or as party appetizers. They taste great, warm or cold. These mini vegan quiches are incredibly adaptable; they taste great hot or cold and can be eaten for breakfast, packed in a lunchbox, or served as a side dish at supper.

Making them in little muffin cups will make them the ideal finger snack if you’re hosting a party. Try them with various vegetables, but watch out for adding too many or they might not hold together (minimize the cooking time for smaller quiches). The most important thing is to either make enough to share or try hiding them from your family!
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9. Crescent Roll Veggie Pizza

Crescent Roll Veggie Pizza

I’m going to introduce you to some of my most hyped appetizer ideas from my holiday recipes. I kid you not, all of these vegan finger recipes are finger-licking-good! A traditional recipe for an appetizer that’s bursting with flavor is veggie pizza! It’s a party favorite that’s sure to be a hit: buttery crescent rolls topped with flavor-infused cream cheese, chopped fresh vegetables, and finely shredded cheese. There are some appetizers that you can count on seeing at every gathering, and veggie pizza is one of those for me.

It’s one of my all-time favorites, whether it’s a Midwest thing or a thing that happens everywhere. Something about the flavorful cream cheese and the tender, buttery crust makes this dessert SO delicious. What happens when you add shredded cheese and fresh vegetables on top? All the correct notes are struck. It’s a recipe that’s simple to modify to suit your individual preferences, and that’s always a winner in my book! What if your children are finicky eaters? Each person should top their own square. Seriously. Have you ever encountered more appetizing or delectable appetizers? I disagree. Relish!
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Suggested: Puff Pastry Appetizers

10. Vegan Tomato Pesto Tart

Vegan Tomato Pesto Tart

Here’s another recipe from my vegan finger foods and appetizer ideas that’ll leave you awestruck. My holiday recipes have never disappointed you and neither will this one. This easy-to-make vegan tomato pesto tart is the ideal quick meal for a warm summer evening. Spread over phyllo crust, fresh tomatoes, homemade vegan pesto, and cheese-topped garlic breadcrumbs are cooked till perfectly crisp.

Unsure of the menu for tonight’s dinner? Why not give this simple tomato pesto tart a try? For this delectable vegan main dish, you only need a few staple ingredients. It tastes surprisingly cheesy for a vegan recipe. That’s owing to nutritional yeast and miso paste, two of every vegan’s favorite cheese alternatives. When making vegan pesto, I omit the parmesan and use miso paste.
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11. Balsamic Roasted Tomatoes & Hummus Toast 

Balsamic Roasted Tomatoes & Hummus Toast 

Who says vegan finger food ideas can’t be interesting? Say hello to my new appetizer ideas from my holiday recipes blog! Say goodbye to avocado toast! There’s a new child in town. Richly adorned with silky smooth hummus, sweet garlic, balsamic roasted tomatoes, and crusty sourdough toast. Simple, rural, and yet opulent in a way. A step-by-step for this recipe for hummus toast would almost be offensive.

A recipe this simple relies more on great components than it does on the preparation. These must not be tampered with: good quality bread, hummus, and fresh tomatoes. Try this hummus toast recipe for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or even a light dinner. It will undoubtedly become a staple on your kitchen table, whether you serve it simply on a Sunday morning or with a sly grin at a brunch feast. If you want some healthy meal, try these high protein salads for lunch.
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12. Crispy Honey Chilli Potatoes

Crispy Honey Chilli Potatoes

Come let’s make these amazing vegan finger food ideas together for our loved ones. You can find a lot of appetizer ideas if you go through my holiday recipes. Today’s recipe is this highly addicting snack, Crispy Honey Chilli Potatoes which are essentially fried chili potato fingers coated in a sesame honey chili sauce that is sweet and sour and will leave your fingers sticky enough to lick clean.

What truly sticks out about honey-chili potatoes, if you’ve ever had them, is how crisp they are while being coated in sauce. The main focus of this recipe is that they still have their distinctive crunch. Using two batches of batter to cook the potato fingers is the secret to achieving super-crispy honey-chili potatoes. When potatoes are deep-fried just once, they lose their structure and become sloppy after a short while. So, after being first covered in a dry coating, the potatoes are deep-fried, not to add potato skins with potatoes.
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13. Vegan Potato and Cauliflower Croquettes

Vegan Potato and Cauliflower Croquettes

As a result, I initially struggled with how to title them. I first thought “nuggets,” but I realized that wasn’t the appropriate term. So, croquettes it is. I included potatoes and cauliflower in my meal. Although potato croquettes often require pre-cooking, mashing, and shaping the potatoes into shapes, I just peeled and shredded raw potatoes for these. This is one of my best ever vegan finger food ideas that everyone will love.

While preparing the remaining ingredients, I left the raw potatoes in a colander to let the water drain out because it’s crucial to remember that they leak a lot of water. I chose to shred my potatoes instead of mashing them since I also wanted that extra bite in addition to the mashed potato texture. Before rolling them in some bread crumbs, I prepared the mixture.
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14. Zucchini Bites

Zucchini Bites

Both hot and cold people enjoy zucchini bites, which are made of courgette (zucchini), cheese, eggs, and oats. Toddler-friendly snacks or items for lunch boxes. To keep tiny stomachs full, this straightforward snack contains vegetables, carbohydrates, protein, and dairy. Vegetables frequently must be introduced to kids several times before they begin enjoying them.

This might be an excellent way to serve zucchini to a child who is just learning to like it. This dish is ideal for young children as it has fewer steps and is simple to create, plus there are numerous advantages to including your children in the kitchen. Because these zucchini bites taste delicious hot or cold, they are ideal for packing in a bag or lunchbox when you are on the go or you can take them as vegan appetizers.
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15. Vegan Savory Spinach Rolls

Vegan Savory Spinach Rolls

The dip for spinach and artichokes just got better! The traditional, cheesy dip has some simple homemade pizza crust added to it, creating spinach buns with Legrand vegan cream cheese. This vegan spinach recipe is ideal when served with Legrand cream cheese or marinara sauce for dipping.

These rolls are ready to be plated in just about 50 minutes and will require the minimum effort to put together. Here are some of the basic ingredients that you’ll need to make these mouthwatering spinach rolls: Flour, Yeast, Brown or Coconut Sugar, Oil, Parsley Flakes, Pizza Seasoning, Garlic Powder, Oregano, Thyme, Ball Seasoned Pizza Dough, vegan Chive and Onion Cream Cheese, Spinach, Oil, onion, garlic and Marinara Sauce.
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16. Jalapeño Bacon Biscuit Bombs

Jalapeño Bacon Biscuit Bombs

Yesterday my friend Julia came over and I made her these jalapeño bacon biscuit bombs and she freaked out so hard! She thought I was really going to give her bacon and that prank really worked on her! The ingredients that go in these biscuit bombs are all vegan. These are made with vegan cream cheese, diced jalapeños, cooked vegan bacon chunks, vegan cheese shreds, jalapeño, cooked small vegan bacon pieces, vegan friendly biscuits, dough, and melted vegan butter. Delicious, simple biscuit dough from the store filled with vegan bacon, cheese, and jalapenos. You’ll realize why these are popular after just one bite!
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17. Vegan Brussels Sprouts Recipe

Vegan Brussels Sprouts Recipe

Look no further than this delicious vegan recipe for Brussels sprouts if you’re seeking a delightful new way to eat them! Tahini gives it a nice flavor to go with your dishes, plus it’s quick and simple to make. Just when you believed we couldn’t possibly give you another fantastic brussels sprouts dish, here we are. We kept adding pages to our collection of brussels sprouts recipes because we just couldn’t get enough of these adorable tiny cabbages. We encourage you to join the fun and try this corny recipe even if you are one of the doubters! If you share our fondness for brussels sprouts, give air frying, sweet-and-salty, or add them to a curry a try.
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18. Broccoli Fritters

Broccoli Fritters

Chipotle pepper, spices, chickpea flour, and barbecue sauce in smoky, spicy broccoli fritters. Breakfast or a quick and simple snack. Vegan recipe; gluten-free; nut-free; soy-free. Peppen, our foster dog, will be traveling to his adoptive home tomorrow, so this weekend will be an emotional roller coaster. When these affectionate bundles depart, it is painful. Send him your warmest wishes for a great life with his new family. These fritters will be helpful to have on hand since I might not cook as frequently.

Chickpea flour, spices, and chopped broccoli are used to make fast patties. Broccoli is processed in a food processor before being pan-fried with spices, chipotle pepper, barbecue sauce, and chickpea flour. Done! Use a variety of vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, zucchini, sweet potatoes, and others, to add variety. Serve with ketchup, barbecue sauce, sriracha, marinara, or other condiment or dips. Serve these healthy vegan finger food ideas straight up or in sandwiches.
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19. Oven-Baked Beet Chips Recipe

Oven-Baked Beet Chips Recipe

The finest beet recipe you’ll ever try is oven-baked beet chips. We reveal the trick to making crispy and tasty baked veggie chips! Today, I’m going to reveal a little-known method for baking beet chips to perfection at home. The difference is made by only one simple step! If you’ve ever attempted to make beet chips at home, getting the perfect texture can be challenging.

Once roasted, beets frequently shrivel and remain limp. Even at low heat, they often burn instead of drying as expected if you bake them for a longer period of time to achieve a crisp chip-like texture. But after several test batches, I found that roasting the beets before sweating some of the dampness out of them helps them keep their shape and color. and amazingly crisp up! In this recipe, the beets’ moisture is released from them using salt rather than heat.
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20. Crispy Sesame Crusted Tofu

Crispy Sesame Crusted Tofu

Sesame seeds and crunchy panko crumbs are used in bread baked tofu. The ideal straightforward, high-protein supper or snack! My air fryer is my go-to method for making them because it takes only 15 minutes to cook them. If you have one of these amazing devices, I highly suggest using this technique; simply spread your breaded tofu equally throughout the bottom of the basket.

Give them some room to breathe so the bread may become crunchy on both sides. My preferred dipping sauce for this tofu is sweet chili sauce, but I also suggest ginger-lime dressing, peanut sauce, or something lighter like ponzu. If you want to take things a step further, you may even let your tofu marinade in your favorite sauce for several hours or overnight.
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21. Vegan Zucchini Slice Recipe

Vegan Zucchini Slice Recipe

This rich, savory slice is chilled when served, making it a fantastic summertime nibble for entertaining. For a lovely party finger food dish, you can cut it into tiny cubes. However, it tends to set better after it has cooled. You may absolutely eat it right out of the oven when it is still warm. If you want to eat it warm, you may also reheat it. If you just want to prepare it in bite-sized cubes, pan-frying it works extremely well and gives it a wonderful golden color.

As a kid-friendly, protein-rich snack ideal for school (or work!) lunchboxes, it’s also a super easy simple meal to prepare and keep on hand. For the kids, there’s nothing better than a nutritious snack with hidden vegetables. I also recently learned that it tastes good air-fried and sliced into smaller pieces! It simply takes a few minutes for the inside to become somewhat warm and brown. For the kids, this is a fantastic way to reheat it.
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