Check out our filling plant-based snacks, from savoury bites like kale crisps and mushroom sausage rolls to sweet treats such as flapjacks and miso caramel-slathered sticky nuts
Looking for vegan snacks? Want a plant-based pick-me-up to fill that hold between meals? Try our recipes below, and then check out more of our best healthy snack recipes, healthy vegan meals and vegan breakfasts.
Try our vegan bars, made with oats for slow-release energy, for a morning snack. Also packed with chia seeds, nut butter, dates and sunflower seeds, they're quick to make and easy to eat on the go. Experiment with different seeds and nuts in your next batch. Find more great low-calorie breakfast ideas over here.
Use up all your nutrition-packed veggie peelings – as well as any loose left-over veg – by making these epic crisps with an easy curry spice. A great healthy snack.
Pumpkin seeds and almonds are both good plant-based protein sources. Dress them up here with miso caramel – salty and sweet, with a shed load of umami – and tuck in.
Pineapple is filling and makes a great fruity energy source. Here it stars in our quick and easy fruit chaat. This simple yet seriously flavoursome pineapple recipe is an easy vegan snack dish ready in just 5 minutes.
These little balls of energy are great to have as a snack before exercise, or when you feel as if you are flagging, as the simple sugars in the fruits will give you instant energy, and the nuts, nut butters and oats will give you a slow release of energy. Choose from three different flavours.
Packed with meaty mushrooms and pinto beans, these plant-based sausage rolls will give your protein intake a little boost and fill a hole.
Ready in 15 minutes, this speedy snack with protein-rich chickpeas and avo will fill you up until your next meal, no sweat.
Looking for a protein ball recipe? These date and nut balls are easy to make for a healthy snack. Make this easy recipe for coconut butter, date and cranberry energy balls if you want a sweet but healthy vegan-friendly snack that'll give you a kick of protein.
Kale is a nutrient-rich super food – turn it into a healthy snack with our recipe for baked kale crisps. These easy crisps are low-calorie, low-fat and utterly moreish.
Full of natural sweetness instead of refined sugar, these little bites are made of dates, raisins, nuts and dried apricots to fill that hole. All that’s mixed up with seeds and apple juice and rolled into individual balls for great little sweet snacks.