10 Knockout Plant-Based Recipes To Try This Baseball Season

The baseball season is in full swing and cheers to that!

We love this time of the year for a ton of reasons— and being able to plonk ourselves in front of the television and enjoy some great games with friends is certainly one of them.

But, if we’re being real, a game isn’t complete without some delicious, finger licking food to indulge in alongside it. Am I right?

So whether you’re kicking back solo or hosting a game-day party, we’ve got you covered. Check out these 10 knockout plant based recipes that will give those chicken buckets a run for their money.

PSA: Best enjoyed in the company of friends.

The Best Vegan Burger

Vegan Burger

That’s what Jamie Oliver likes to call this recipe! Made with chickpeas, corn, herbs and spices this makes for a delicious and satisfying burger patty. Is it the best? Try it out and let us know.

Bánh Mì Chay Dog

Banh Mi Chay

Looking for a hotdog with an edge? How about trying a Banh Mi Chay? Add your favorite vegan hot dog to that french baguette, top it with pickled carrot and daikon and there you have it—a Vietnamese street food sandwich done in under 15 minutes.

Crispy Buffalo Fried Cauliflower

Crispy Buffalo Fried Cauliflower

Spicy, crunchy, breaded and fried—isn’t this the definition of yumminess? Hell yeah. This recipe is perfect for sharing with your gang. Serve it with a side of that a home-made spicy buffalo sauce.

Grilled Sweet Potato Fries

Grilled Sweet Potato Fries

Need more finger foods for game night? These grilled sweet potato fries are just the thing that you need. All you need is 4 sweet potatoes and your standard pantry staples and you have yourself a finger-licking snack in minutes.

Tandoori Cauliflower Wrap with Basil Cream Sauce

Tandoori Cauliflower Wrap

Filled with the goodness of cauliflower and a tandoori yoghurt mixture, this wrap is like no other. While it may require a bit of preparation, it’s worth every bite. If you are looking to impress your friends with something hearty and delicious—this recipe is what you need. Served best with a basil cream sauce.

Vegan Caprese Panini

Vegan Caprese Panini

Tomatoes, basil, and mozzarella are like a holy trinity, no? Slap them between some bread and – ahhhh, you are in food heaven! This recipe has a twist to it though. Instead of using milk-based mozzarella, it calls for cashew nut and arrowroot powder to produce a cheese with the same stretch and tasty flavor. Sounds exciting, right?

Avocado Tomato Bruschetta

Avocado Tomato Bruschetta

We all love a good bruschetta – after all, the simplicity of ingredients is hard to ignore. This one incorporates tomato, avocado and basil, spread over a slice of rye bread, finished with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar.

Vegan Pizza Pockets

Vegan Pizza Pockets

In our opinion, pizza is an eternal game night food. But with all that cheese and sauce falling all over the place, it can get a tad messy and that’s where this new recipe comes in. The same goodness of pizza, but in a much more contained form, so that you can focus better on the game!

Two-Bite Vegan Baked Potatoes

Two bite vegan baked potatoes

Starchy and satisfying—that’s what potatoes are all about. But there’s something so different about this recipe—it uses creamer potatoes, has tex-mex flavors and they are bite-sized! How good is that?

The perfect finger-food for game night.

Mini Vegan Carrot Dogs in a Blanket

Mini Vegan Carrot Dogs in a blanket

Whoever said that you can’t create a plant-based version of pigs in a blanket should try these. The recipe uses marinated baby carrots which are then enclosed inside a crescent roll to give you that mouthwatering yumminess.

Wrapping It Up!

Game nights are big, but planning a menu that’s plant-based and loved by all can be a real challenge. We hope that the recipes in this post can come to your rescue. They are effortless, delicious and, best of all, mess free.


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