35 Healthy Vegan Snacks

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Having nutritious, healthy vegan snacks on hand to grab at any time is one way to help keep yourself and your family healthy.

When you’re trying to eat healthy, and especially vegan, it’s easy to get bored of eating the same snacks over and over.

This list of vegan snack ideas is great to keep on hand for when hunger strikes.

35 Healthy Vegan Snacks

Nut Butters

Nut butter is a good source of healthy fat and a satisfying snack any time of day. You can add peanut butter, almond butter, cashew butter, or sunflower seed butter to warm toast, celery, apples, and more. 

Fresh fruit

Fruit is one of the best vegan snacks there is.

Fruit is not only packed with fiber and nutrients, it has a lot of water too. Many types of fruit are 80 to 90% water.

That means you can fill up on fruit because it’s low calorie and hydrating. Fruit for the win!

Sweet Potato Toast 

You can put almost anything on top of sweet potato toast! For example, this recipe for avocado sweet potato toast is a perfect mid-morning or afternoon snack! Just leave the prosciutto off to make it vegan. 

Kale chips 

Kale chips are way more delicious than they sound and even though they’re easy to make, I suggest grabbing a healthy brand of pre-made kale chips as well. Pre-made kale chips are great to toss in your bag when you’re heading out for the day. 

Nuts and seeds

nuts and seeds
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Nuts and seeds are a good source of healthy fats. You can overeat these though, since we don’t need an unlimited amount of fat.

The individual packets are great for portion control. Individual packets of sunflower seeds are also a great option for on the go snacking.

Raw veggies

Raw veggies are right there in the running with fruit for the winner of most healthy vegan snacks. They may seem boring but if you give yourself enough variety, they can actual be pretty enjoyable. 

Slice up different colored bell peppers, celery, broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots into bite sized pieces and use a vegan veggie dip, vegan cream cheese, or a vegan ranch dressing to dip.

Washing, cutting, and storing your vegetables as soon as you buy them makes grabbing them as a healthy snack option super convenient.

Rice cakes

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Rice cakes are super low calories snack with that satisfying crunch you just crave sometimes.

These dark chocolate covered rice cakes are vegan and perfect if you have a sweet tooth.

Nut bars or granola bars

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A good nut or granola bar is perfect for a snack at home, on the go, in the office, or out at kid’s activities.

These vegan nut bars are packed with plant protein that will keep you satisfied.

Trail mix


Trail mix is a classic favorite that can be made at home or bought pre-made. Making it at home allows you to make sure you have all vegan, healthy ingredients and customize it to your liking.

Toss together some unsweetened rice cereal, dried fruits, nuts, seeds, dark vegan chocolate chips. Then, portion them in individual servings for easy, convenient snacking. 

Lentil chips

lentil chips
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Replacing deep fried potato chips with baked chips like lentil chips is a great way to boost your nutrition while also kicking those crunchy chip cravings. 

Peanut Butter Bites

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If you need a little sweet pick-me-up in the afternoons or a little bite of something sweet after dinner, these peanut butter bites are worth keeping around. They’re individually wrapped for convenience and equally important, portion control.

Guacamole

guacamole

If you’re an avocado fan, guacamole is a great snack to pair with some pita chips or even celery sticks or carrots for a lower calorie snack.

You could easily make your own but if you would rather buy it pre-made, just make sure you look for the brand with the least ingredients.

Toasted Garbanzo beans

roasted chickpeas

Toasting garbanzo beans is so easy and they are a healthy and satisfying snack to have around.

Make sure your beans are rinsed and dried well so they’ll get nice and crispy in the oven. Toss them in your favorite spices and roast on a baking sheet at 425 degrees for 20-30 minutes. Cooking times may vary, so keep an eye on them until you get the perfect cook time for your oven.

Medjool dates

Dates don’t sound like the most exciting snack if you’ve never had them, but they are a sweet treat that can be a super healthy replacement for less healthy options. Once you start eating healthier overall, your taste buds will change and dates will taste so sweet!

Avocado toast

avocado toast

Grab some whole grain toast, an avocado, and your favorite spices and you have a super easy, healthy snack.

Smash up the avocado or just slice it up. Top with seasonings like garlic powder, everything bagel seasoning, or red chili flakes to spice it up.

Vegan granola over vegan yogurt

Vegan granola over vegan yogurt

Vegan yogurt is a great light and healthy treat. Get plain almond yogurt for the healthiest option and add your own fruit or granola and a drizzle of honey.

Baked veggie chips

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Slice up your veggies into nice thin pieces and toss them in the oven. 15 minutes on each side at 300 degrees should do it, but watch closely the first time you make them since all ovens vary. Another great way to cook veggie chips is in the air fryer.

It’s always healthier to make your own, but if you would rather not, check out these beet chips. 

Protein Bars

plant-based protein bars
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Plant-based protein bars are a good snack to hold you over until your next meal or to have before or after a workout. 

Black Bean Spread

black bean dip
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Bean dips and spreads are tasty and healthy. This one is high in fiber, making it extra healthy and more likely to keep you full longer. Use chopped raw veggies for dipping.

Fruit leather

homemade fruit leather

Fruit leather is a great throw back to when you used to eat fruit rollups as a kid, except healthier. 

To make your own, puree fruits of your choice and mix with lemon juice plus maple syrup, if you want to make a little sweeter. Spread the puree in a thin layer on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and dry it in a dehydrator or in your oven at 140 degrees for about six hours.

Hummus

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Individual hummus dip packs are a great single serving snack to have around the house or even to pack with your lunch. Grab those chopped veggies to dip!

Salsa and homemade tortilla chips

Salsa and homemade tortilla chips

Try fresh salsa from the produce section of your grocery store and grab some corn tortillas to make your own chips at home. Cut your corn tortillas into triangles and spread them out on baking sheet.

Bake at 400 degrees for 10 minutes, then flip and bake for another 8 minutes. Or, air fry them for an easy, crispy chip!

Popcorn with Nutritional Yeast

popcorn with nutritional yeast

Nutritional yeast is a great source of B12 and other nutrients. It’s a good addition to a vegan diet and taste cheesy so it’s delicious on plain popcorn. 

Fig Bars

fig bars
Photo Credit: Nature’s Bakery Store

These fig bars are great on-the-go snacks that are full of healthy benefits. 

Ants on a log 

ants on a log

Ants on a log are not just for kids! Everyone can enjoy this yummy combination. All you need is celery, peanut butter, and raisins. Some people also like to add vegan chocolate chips. 

Frozen grapes 

frozen grapes
Frozen grapes served in a white bowl

Any frozen fruit is a refreshing treat to keep on hand. It’s really no different than eating fresh fruit, but it does seem like a special candy treat when it’s frozen. 

Oatmeal with fruit, nuts, and/or seeds

Oatmeal is typically viewed as a meal, but it’s a great blood sugar balancing food to have been between meals anytime. Add some fruit to sweeten it up, or nuts for that crunchy bite.

Apple Nachos

If you are a fan of apples, make them an even tastier treat by drizzling a little vegan caramel sauce over them and adding some vegan chocolate chips.

Sliced apples with some cinnamon powder sprinkled on top are also a delicious snack.

Crispy Roasted Black Beans

roasted black beans

Black beans can be roasted just like chickpeas. Make sure your beans are rinsed and dried well. Toss in your favorite spices and roast on a baking sheet at 425 degrees for 20-30 minutes.

Acai bowl

acai bowl

Acai bowls are a popular treat that’s kind of like eating a smoothie, but in a bowl! You don’t have to use acai berries though. You can use any fruits you want!

Blend them all together with a little ice and a splash or two of plant milk for consistency. You can play around with the proportions until it’s just right for you.

Add toppings like hemp seeds, sliced fresh fruit, vegan chocolate chips, and shredded coconut. 

Pickles


If you like pickles, they’re a great snack! A little salty crunch is a great craving satisfier!

Skinny Pop

Skinny pop is a go-to low calorie snack to toss in your bag for your kids sporting events or to grab late at night when you just have to have a snack. 

Nicecream 

nicecream

This treat is similar to a smoothie bowl, but a little more frozen and usually with fewer ingredients.

Frozen bananas are normally used to make nicecream, but it’s not a requirement. Having frozen chunks of bananas in your freezer is key to being ready to make nicecream at any time.

Toss them in a blender with another favorite fruit like blueberries or strawberries, blend them up and you have healthy ice cream, AKA nicecream.

Chia seed pudding

chia seed

Chia seed pudding is high in protein, healthy fat, and a refreshing treat for any time of the day. All you need is chia seeds, whatever plant milk you prefer, and some fruit to top it with. You can even add a little honey for some extra sweetness. 

Just mix 2 tablespoons chia seeds and ½ cup of your favorite plant milk in a jar. Stir well, let it sit for 2-3 minutes and stir again. It starts to get a little thicker and you want to make sure it doesn’t clump up.

After that second stir, drop some fruit on top and cover your jar. Leave it in the refrigerator over night or for at least one hour if you want it right away. 

Fruit Popsicles

fruit popsicles

These fruit popsicles have limited ingredients and they’re great for kids and adults. They’re naturally sweetened, no artificial sweeteners or ingredients.

Easy Healthy Vegan Snacks

These healthy snack ideas are all made of simple ingredients, no animal products, and help you avoid things like added sugar.

More importantly, most everything on this list is either easy to grab and go, or will be once it’s prepped!

When it comes to eating healthy at snack time, preparation is key.

The best way to ensure you stick to healthy options is to have them readily available to you at all times.

Save and share this list so the next time you’re looking for the perfect snack, you can easily find a good idea that will satisfy your snack craving!

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