Now that Amazon owns Whole Foods
, there are more vegan snack options than ever on the site. If you're craving cheese
(without the dairy) they've got you covered, and they've got all the healthy munchies
too. Fill your shopping cart with these 14 vegan items, and you'll never be left wondering what to eat.
Hippeas Organic Vegan White Cheddar Chickpea Puffs ($37 / 12 bags):
Organic Hippeas taste like cheddar cheese puffs, but they're made with chickpeas and are totally vegan. Combine that with 4 ounces of protein in every 1-ounce serving, and you have a winner.
Beanitos Hint of Lime Navy Bean Chips With Sea Salt ($3):
If you can't have corn, these navy bean chips are what to reach for when you need to scoop up your favorite salsa or dip. For a real treat, pile a few on top of your next veggie burger to add a little crunch with each bite.
Go Umami Baked Tofu Bars ($5):
Keep a 10-pack of these high-protein baked tofu bars on hand, and you'll have a convenient snack after the gym, at work, and any time you're craving something savory.
Earth Balance Vegan Aged White Cheddar Popcorn ($3):
Cheesy vegan popcorn that actually tastes like the real deal is like the dairy-free holy grail. You'll be licking the cheese off your fingers just like you did when you were a kid.
Louisville Vegan Jerky ($9):
Going vegan doesn't mean you suddenly stop craving all of your former favorite foods. If your list includes beef jerky, this barbecue-flavored soy jerky will hit the spot; no compromising of your morals needed.
Gardein Mini Chick'n Sliders ($5):
When the drive-through doesn't have the vegan food you're looking for, there's Gardein. Keep a box of the Crispy Chick'n Sliders in your freezer for all of your late-night noshings.
Dr. Praeger's Kale Puffs ($59 / case):
Tender inside, crispy outside, Kale Puffs are like tater tots you can feel good about eating since they're packed with greens.
Enjoy Life Chocolate Chip Soft Baked Cookies ($3):
Baking is a science more than an art, and when you can't cook with gluten, eggs, or dairy, that's hard to master. Thankfully, Enjoy Life makes these soft baked chocolate chip cookies. They're free of soy and nuts, so allergy sufferers can snack at ease.
Theo Organic Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups ($2):
Chocolate and peanut butter are a match made in heaven that even vegans can enjoy, thanks to Theo's dairy-free candy cups. Even better, the chocolate used is fair trade and organic too.
Divvies Brownie Cookie Sandwiches ($6):
Craving the convenience-store sweets of your youth? Get your fix with cream-filled brownie cookie sandwiches that are made with ingredients you actually recognize.
Hail Merry Tart Miracle Meyer Lemon ($4):
These let you indulge in dessert without feeling too bad, since the ingredient list is ultra-clean. The crust is a blend of shredded coconut, coconut oil, coconut sugar, and almond flour, and the filling is juice-based.
Annie's Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks ($15):
Finding fruit snacks that don't contain gelatin can feel near impossible at times. Stock up with a 24-pack of these Annie's treats, and you'll never have to go without.
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