Snacks can be an important part of the day, plus a huge part of your diet. Even though snacking has developed somewhat of a "bad image," they can provide energy in the middle of the day, or when you exercise. A healthy snack between meals can also decrease your hunger and keep you from overeating at meal time.
Many people are not 100% sure what to eat on a vegan diet, but there is so much choice it's unreal! You can eat foods like...
Fruits and vegetables
Legumes such as peas, beans, and lentils
Nuts and seeds
Breads, rice, and pasta
Dairy alternatives such as soy, coconut and almond milk,
Nut butter and vegan cheese
Tofu and other minimally processed meat substitutes
Whole grains and cereals
A vegan lifestyle prevents a tremendous amount of animal slaughter and suffering. It offers a potent way to shrink our environmental footprint, especially in regard to climate change. And a well-planned vegan diet can fuel the highest levels of fitness, while reducing risk of various chronic diseases. Plus, the food can be insanely delicious.
Luckily vegan choices are becoming more widely available every year, but if you fancy getting in the kitchen yourself, we have listed our vegan snack inspiration below, hope you are hungry!
Fun Fact: Did you know that going vegan for a month, you would save 30 animal lives, but also 620 pounds of harmful carbon dioxide emissions, 913 square feet of forest, and 33,481 gallons of water. According to Oxford University, going vegan is the single biggest way you can reduce your environmental impact on the planet! Calculate how much you have saved here.
Black Bean Meatballs
Go crazy for these tasty black bean balls! A perfect healthy snack which you can freeze ready for a hungry day.
Healthy Trail Mix
Put on a movie and snack on this bowl of healthiness
Baked Beans On Toast
Hot & Cheesy Cashew Cream Sauce
Elevate your crisp and crudités dip with this incredible creamy vegan dip. You can even use the left overs for a pasta sauce.
Kale crisps are one of the healthiest snacks you’ll ever have, especially if you make them yourself. Kale is a superfood, so it’s high in nutrients, vitamins, and antioxidants.
Sweet Potato Lentil Hummus & Mezze
So pretty you may just take pictures, remember to eat it!
Date And Walnut Bites
Perfect bite size balls!
Easy Sausage Rolls
Smoothie Bowl With Cauliflower And Greens
Sweet Potato Quesadillas
Chickpea Omelette With Spinach And Spring Peas
This is a superfood winner for us!
Apple, Peanut Butter & Granola Ring
3 Ingredient favourite for all ages!
Baked Spring Rolls
It's a snack in our eyes!
Crispy Turmeric Roasted Chickpeas
Sesame Encrusted Tofu Steaks
Thai Corn Fritters
No Oil Vegetable Crisps
Gourmet Peanut Butter, Banana And Walnut Sandwich
A sandwich for all ages, this combo never gets old.
Date And Walnut Banana Bread
One common concern with a vegan diet is whether it provides enough vitamin B12. B12 helps prevent nerve damage, and is found in meat, fish, eggs and dairy, but not in fruit or vegetables. It's recommended that adults consume 1.5 micrograms of the vitamin per day.
“A B12 deficiency can lead to neurological symptoms such as numbness, and it’s irreversible if the deficiency is present for too long. So considering taking vegan supplements.