My husband and I are going to a 4th of July potluck and since I don’t know if there will be anything vegan, I’m going to bring several dishes. Wanting to try something new, I searched the vegan food blogs I follow for some fun summer dishes.
I found lots of great party foods, and since many of you will be going to a pool party, picnic or barbecue soon, I wanted to share. So here you go:
Vegan Warm 3 Bean Salad
Bean salads are a potluck classic, and this one from Sophie’s Food Files looks fabulous. I love the addition of olives!
Vegan Bacon Ranch Deviled Eggs
Can you believe these deviled eggs from Until Every Cage are vegan? They look just like the real thing. What a fun dish (and conversation starter) to bring to a potluck.
Vegan Cannellini Bean Coconut Hummus
I made this unique hummus from Healthy Vegan Recipes today and it was amazing! I would have never thought of putting coconut in hummus, but it worked. With some healthy pita chips or veggies, this would make a great party appetizer.
Easy Peasy Potato Salad
Potato salad is another classic party food, but it’s usually drenched with mayo. This potato salad from Almost Raw Vegan is not only vegan, but much healthier than typical potato salad. What’s more, it’s a cinch to make!
Minty Red Berry Salad
This rich red berry salad from The Nutritional Epiphany is so inviting that it would be gone almost as soon as you set it down on a buffet table.
Thai Tofu Kabobs
Who says vegans can’t barbecue? Pop a few of these Thai Tofu Kabobs from A Vegan in the Weeds on the barbie for a fun summer dinner.
Peanut Butter, Banana and Cacao Cheesecake
You would be the hit of any party if you walked in with this decadent raw vegan cheesecake from Laura’s Mess.
Chocolate Cheesecake with White Chocolate Spheres
I know I already shared a vegan chocolate cheesecake recipe, but I had to include this one from The Ex-Sugarholic too. It just looks so fun with the white chocolate center.
Avocado Chocolate Chip Cookies
This recipe intrigued me. Can you really use avocado instead of butter in a cookie recipe? According to Danielle of Healthy Vittles and Bits you absolutely can!
Heavenly Vegan Brownies!
Sammy from An Ode to Mung Beans says these brownies are super gooey and chocolate-y. They sure do look yummy from the photo!
So what am I going to bring? The Vegan Cannellini Bean and Coconut Hummus for sure, but I’m not sure what else. We’ll see.