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Enjoy A Snack Attack With A Vegan Vibe

If for ethical or health reasons you’ve decided to try a vegan diet, you may think that snacks are a definite no-no, with a bit of imagination and planning during your weekly shop, these are all vegan-friendly snacks you can eat when you’re on the go and hunger strikes or if you need a quick boost before or after a workout.



  • A rice cake spread with some peanut or other nut butter.

  • Some ripe melon, skin and seeds discarded and the flesh chopped into chunks. This will keep for a couple of days in a covered bowl in the fridge. If you like, mix in a little chopped stem ginger in syrup.

  • A packet of vegetable crisps or plain popcorn.





  • A couple of fruit leather yoyos.

  • A handful of almonds and/or some dried fruit – raisins, sultanas, banana chips or ready to eat dried prunes or apricots.

  • Baby carrots (choose organic carrots with the tops still on for the best flavour) or plain breadsticks, served with hummus.

  • Crushed avocado on sourdough toast with a squeeze of lemon, and finely chopped chilli or basil.





  • A bowl of granola with soya or almond milk.

  • Baked sweet potato wedges – drizzle with olive oil and a pinch of cumin, cayenne pepper, paprika and salt and bake at 400°C until cooked. Serve with sauce (for example, Mr Organic Tomato Ketchup).

  • Halved cherry tomatoes, sprinkled with a little olive oil and oven roasted or cooked in a covered saucepan until thick, seasoned and served on crisp sourdough or granary toast, rubbed with a clove of garlic (optional).

  • A fruit smoothie made by blending a banana with some soft fruit (raspberries, strawberries or a chopped peach), adding some orange or apple juice and blending again.





  • A pot of vegan dairy-free “yoghurt” made with either soya or coconut, such as Alpro or Koko, from major supermarkets.


We would like to hear about your favourite snacks vegan or otherwise - post ideas on facebook, when the munchies strike!