Next time you’re looking for vegan dips to serve at your next party, consider checking out these incredible recipes.
Below, you’ll find a comprehensive list of vegan dips that will please the masses, ranging from an avocado chocolate fruit dip to a vegan beer cheese dip.
Vegan Dip Ideas For All Occasions
If you’re like me and can’t get enough of dips, you’ll be sure to find one great hit from this list.
Not only will your vegan guests love these recipes, but all diets will appreciate dunking a cracker into these flavor-packed dips.
Or maybe you could even try one of these tasty vegan bread recipes to put on the side?
Either way, if you’re looking for a dip to make on every occasion, one of these vegan dip recipes will certainly fit the bill.
This vegan spinach dip is covering all your bases. There’s garlic, onion, dairy-free cream cheese, and fresh spinach to create one tantalizing bite.
If you’re trying to sneak some more veggies into your kid’s life, this also makes the perfect recipe to accomplish the impossible feat.
It’s also so easy to prep! Just saute some onions, garlic, and spinach before mixing them into a mixture of vegan cream cheese and mayo.
Dip has never been easier!
This recipe creates the most crowd-pleasing appetizer.
I can’t get enough of French onion dip when I’m at a party. Somehow, my hand keeps reaching back to dunk another chip.
This Vegan French onion dip will have the same effect. One bite, and your mouth will be craving more of that sweet onion flavor.
Serve with a side of kettle chips for the ultimate show-stopping snack.
Not only is this vegan ranch veggie dip super tasty, but it only takes 5 minutes to make!
It’s creamy, tangy, and has that classic ranch flavor we all know and crave.
Serve this tasty dip with a side of fresh chopped veggies for a healthy treat!
Eating veggies will never be easier. Trust me.
Feel like a goddess with this vegan green goddess avocado dip.
This plant-based dip substitutes avocado instead of mayo to get that creamy goodness in every bite.
Plus, the avocado brings a stunning green color to the dip. It makes the perfect addition to veggie platters, sandwiches, or even pasta!
Or, if you’re a purist, you can just eat this right out of the bowl. It’s that good.
If you have a carnivore in your life that would scoff at anything vegan, whip up this recipe to make them a believer.
It has all the richness and creaminess of real buffalo chicken dip minus the post-dip bloat from all the dairy.
The combination of potatoes, cashews, cashew milk, and white beans all contribute to creating the unforgettable texture in this delicious dip.
Your next Super Bowl party won’t be complete without making a big batch of this recipe.
If you’re looking for a vegan snack to serve at your next game day party, this is the one for you.
This recipe goes incognito by looking like the classic 7-layer dip but is secretly vegan.
Combined with oodles of veggies on top, this is one unforgettable dip that is also kind of healthy! So go ahead and have seconds.
If you’ve never tried vegan queso, you’re in for a treat. It has a velvety, savory texture that belongs on a tortilla chip.
This recipe starts with sauteed onions to give it that nice savory flavor.
Then, you blend in some russet potatoes to add some silkiness and some raw cashews for more creaminess.
This dish might be a labor of love, but it’s oh-so-worth-it. And it will take your vegan tacos to the next level.
8. Best Hummus
In 5 minutes, you can have the best hummus ever!
This thick and creamy dip makes the perfect sauce to slather on a vegan wrap or falafel, and is also amazing on its own!
All you need is a side of carrots and some pita for the perfect snack to power you through your day.
How cute would this vegan fruit dip look at a Valentine’s day party?
Fruit dip often contains dairy, but not this version. This recipe uses vegan yogurt as a base with some blended fruit and maple syrup.
All you need is three ingredients for the ultimate fruit dip experience. Serve it with a side of heart-shaped fruit to maximize cuteness.
If you’re a chocolate lover like I am, you’ll appreciate this avocado chocolate fruit dip.
It has everything we love about chocolate but actually makes it healthy! There’s no need to feel guilty about indulging in this recipe.
It’s jam-packed with healthy fats from avocados. Plus, it’s sweetened with maple syrup, so you won’t find any refined sugar here.
I know I’ll be keeping this recipe on hand. It goes extra well with these delicious vegan muffins!
If you’re a fan of broccoli casserole, then you’ll fall in love with this dip.
It combines that classic flavor duo of broccoli and cheddar, but with a twist: It’s vegan!
Not only does this recipe remind you of that timeless Thanksgiving side dish, but it’s revamped to be accessible to all diets without sacrificing flavor.
Bring a toasted baguette for dipping for the ultimate party dip that guests of all diets will love.
12. Whipped Tofu Dip
This whipped tofu dip is packed full of creamy flavor.
Silken tofu and avocado team up to create the crave-worthy texture without the use of nuts or cream.
The vibrant flavor (and color) comes from the addition of fresh herbs, which add some savory goodness to this dip.
Best of all, it only takes 5 minutes to complete! In such a short amount of time, you can achieve this bowl of dip perfection.
If you’re looking for a nut-free vegan dip, then this is the recipe for you!
This creamy onion garlic dip is packed with flavors of garlic and caramelized onion. It’s a magical experience for your palate that you need to try.
All you need is some French fries or plain potato chips to create the perfect pairing.
If you’re a little tired of hummus, consider whipping up a batch of this tasty dip.
It tastes similar to hummus but contains the roasted, savory flavor of cauliflower.
It’s still equally as healthy, so indulge in this delicacy of a dip.
This white bean dip comes complete with flavors of fresh garlic, thyme, and rosemary, making this the perfect spring side dish.
It’s a versatile dip that’s easy to serve either hot or cold depending on your preferences, making it perfect for leftovers.
It’s also light on oil, so you can go in for a second bite without the extra guilt.
This dip has it all. It’s vegan, oil-free, gluten-free, quick, and easy to make!
It’s insanely creamy from the addition of cashews and incredibly tangy and flavorful. You want to prep a big batch of this dip for leftovers.
If you’ve been too intimidated to create this Middle Eastern staple at home, think again. This recipe makes it oh-so-easy to make this delicious dish.
All you have to do is broil the eggplant to achieve that delicious roasted flavor.
Then, blend it with some lemon, garlic, tahini, and salt. It’s as easy as that folks!
I can’t get enough of beer cheese. I love the slight bitterness that the beer brings to the creaminess of the cheese.
Together, it’s a match made in heaven in my book.
This recipe allows you to indulge in the dynamic duo without sacrificing your vegan diet.
It’s the perfect recipe to serve at your next potluck or Friday night football party.
Or, you can keep it on hand to make the ultimate vegan grilled cheese or nachos. This multipurpose sauce has endless possibilities.
19. Vegan Pizza Dip
This vegan pizza dip will blow your mind.
I mean, honestly, how good does this look? It brings all the savory flavors we associate with pizza.
However, it also adds a dose of creaminess from the vegan cream sauce.
The mushrooms make this an umami-rich recipe, so don’t skimp out on this ingredient.
Plus, they add some meaty texture that knocks this recipe out of the park. I like this on top of a vegan burger.
All you need is a food processor and 15 minutes to make this amazing recipe.
If you’re a fan of sun-dried tomatoes, (and honestly, who isn’t?), then you’ll fall in love with this dish.
The white beans add a creamy texture along with some protein and fiber, so you can indulge in this dip without worrying about dip guilt.
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