Easy Vegan Snacks (On the go!)

About a month ago, I did a video on some easy vegan snack ideas. I promised to do a second part so here it is! If you missed the first video, check it out here.

Easy Vegan Snacks (Part 1):

For the second part, I made 3 different recipes. All of them are SUPER easy, a baby could make them. Well, not really but maybe five year olds could. These are so easy that they don’t even really constitute a written “recipe” but I’ll try to give you one anyway. It’s one of those weird things that when the recipe is too easy, it’s almost difficult to write a recipe… I don’t know if that makes sense lol.

Easy Vegan Snacks (Part 2):

On a side note, if I could hire someone to come up with better names for these things than myself, that would be wonderful. But wait, I can’t afford to hire anyone… hah.

Easy Vegan Snacks On The Go!

Hummus Tortilla Sushi (?) 


  • Tortilla wrap
  • Hummus (as little or as much as you want… enough to spread a thin layer onto the tortilla wrap)
  • Handful baby spinach
  • Handful alfalfa sprouts


  1. Spread a thin layer (or thick, but that might make it harder to roll… experimentation!) of hummus all over the tortilla.
  2. Add baby spinach and alfalfa sprouts along the centre.
  3. Roll from the bottom up like you’re rolling a yoga mat or something… watch the video cause I suck at written instructions.
  4. Then cut them up into small bite sized pieces.
  5. Bring them to work, school or a PICNIC!! HOW AWESOME WOULD A PICNIC BE!


Almond Butter Oat Balls (?)

Ingredients (makes about 3 small balls):

  • 3 tbsp rolled oats
  • 1 tbsp semi-sweet chocolate chips (just check the ingredients list to see if they are vegan)
  • 1.5 tbsp almond butter (or any other nut butter of choice)
  • 1/2 tbsp maple syrup


  1. Add all ingredients into a small mixing bowl.
  2. Mix together with clean hands and form small balls. Lick fingers afterwards cause you don’t want to waste the goodness.
  3. Enjoy as a delicious and healthy snack!!!

Crunchy Chickpeas 

Now I did not come up with this and if you’ve been vegan for a while, you may have tried this or at least heard of this before. This is a cheap and very healthy snack and I’ve talked about this multiple times! You can also do this in multiple ways. So easy.


  • Can of chickpeas, drained and rinsed (feel free to use your own cooked chickpeas too)
  • dash of olive oil
  • Salt and other spices you want to add. I used garlic powder and nutritional yeast. But I also like to use stuff like cumin and chili powder… anything will do!


  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  2. Drain and rinse chickpeas.
  3. Place them on a paper towel and using another paper towel, dry them as best as you can. Some of the skin will come off so just toss that!
  4. Toss the chickpeas in a bowl with a little olive oil (and you can also add salt at this stage or after baking).
  5. Place onto baking sheet and bake for about 30 minutes or a little longer.
  6. I read in another recipe blog that you should turn off the oven after this and leave them in the oven for about an hour to become drier and crispier. I haven’t tried this but it sounds promising!
  7. When they are done, toss in other spices of choice!
  8. Make sure you let the chickpeas COMPLETELY cool down before storing – otherwise, they will get soggy and non-crispy.


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