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This list of vegan dips includes both savory dips and sweet dessert dips. You will be sure to find some dips you love here!
Dips are great for pretty much any occasion. They are perfect as party snacks or appetizers, you can pack them for lunch, or you can just have them as a snack at home whenever you’re hungry.
The savory dips on this list pair well with veggies, chips, or crackers. Some of them are even thick enough to be used as spreads in sandwiches or wraps!
Dessert dips are a super easy dessert to serve to guests and they are often great with a variety of fruit, certain types of crackers such as graham crackers, and even some cookies!
Savory vegan dips
This combination of textures and flavors makes a beautiful and tasty snack or appetizer. And believe it or not, this dip is completely whole foods plant-based, so you don’t need to feel guilty eating it! To make the recipe easier though, you can buy some of the ingredients from the store, but it may not be as healthy.
This colorful dip is the ultimate dip for tortilla chips. Set it out as an appetizer for a party, meal prep it and take it to work, or just eat it at home as a snack! You could also scoop this dip onto some rice or use it in a burrito or taco.
This recipe contains 10 ingredients total and is super easy to make! The creaminess of this recipe comes from a cashew sauce that is flavored with nutritional yeast, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, and pepper.
Serve this delicious dip with crackers, chips, bread, or veggies!
Serve this dip with potato chips at a party, or use it as a veggie dip.
If you want to turn this dip into a ranch dressing, you can simply thin this out with a bit of plant-based milk.
Simply blend all of the ingredients in a food processor and refrigerate to allow the flavors to develop. So easy!
Serve this delicious dip with your favorite chips, crackers, or veggies. It can also be used as a spread for sandwiches and wraps.
This dip has a beautiful color and a smoky flavor. It is made with roasted red peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, almonds, vinegar, and some herbs and seasoning for more flavor. This recipe is as easy as putting all of the ingredients into a food processor and blending!
Serve this romesco dip with veggies, chips, bread, or crackers. It is also thick enough to spread on sandwiches, wraps, or burgers.
You can even thin this dip out to turn it into a pasta sauce!
This dip is super easy to make and has a scrumptious smoky eggplant flavor. To achieve this flavor, it’s best to cook the eggplants on a grill, but you can use an oven if needed.
This dip is also nice and creamy, thanks to the tahini. Cashew butter, walnut butter, vegan mayo, vegan sour cream, or cultured coconut yogurt can also be used in place of tahini. You can also make this vegan baba ganoush oil-free if desired.
Serve this baba ganoush with chips, pita bread, or veggies. You can also spread it into sandwiches or wraps.
The vegan sour cream recipe is included and everything for this shallot dip is whole foods plant-based. That means no oil or other heavily processed ingredients. You can however use a store-bought vegan sour cream if that is easier for you!
You can make this dip a day ahead to allow the flavors to develop more in the refrigerator. This also makes it super easy if you are preparing this dip for a party.
Serve this dip with toasted bread, crackers, chips, or veggies. You can also put this dip on a baked potato or in a sandwich or wrap.
"Cheesy" vegan dips
This recipe also contains nutritional yeast to give it a bit of a “cheesy” flavor. For the herbs, you can choose any you’d like, but chives and parsley work very well.
Once you have blended up this vegan cream cheese, you will have to chill it in the fridge for at least 4 hours, so make sure you plan ahead!
Use this cream cheese as a dip for veggies and chips, or as a spread on a bagel, crackers, sandwiches, and wraps.
Use this vegan queso as a dip for tortilla chips, or use it as a delicious “cheesy” sauce.
This recipe has a medium spice level, but you can adjust the heat of this dip by adding more jalapenos or using less.
The crunchy breadcrumb topping on this jalapeno popper dip adds a contrasting texture to the creaminess underneath.
Serve this dip with your favorite chips, crackers, or toasted bread.
This dip is allergy-friendly as it is free of soy, gluten, and nuts. Blended cashews are often used to make creamy vegan dips, but this recipe uses cannellini beans blended with onion, garlic, plant-based milk, nutritional yeast, and hot buffalo sauce.
Once blended, this vegan buffalo chicken dip is baked in the oven and ready to serve warm. Serve it with pita bread, chips, crackers, or veggies.
If you already have everything bagel seasoning, this recipe is extra easy, but if you don’t have it, this recipe provides instructions to put it together yourself.
All you need to do to make this simple dip is mix the ingredients together and you’re done!
This yogurt dip is thick, creamy, and so flavorful. It’s great with chips, pretzels, toasted bread or bagels, and veggies.
Green vegan dips
Add in some other ingredients for extra flavor and you’ve got this delicious poblano avocado dip!
This is a fantastic dip to serve at a party or when watching a game. Serve it with chips, crackers, or veggies.
Use this avocado hummus as a dip for chips, crackers, pretzels, or veggies. It’s also great as a spread on sandwiches, toast, and wraps. And you can even mix it into a quinoa or rice bowl.
Making this recipe is as easy as blending all of the ingredients together!
This dip is great served with crackers and veggies.
This dip is incredibly easy to make. Just blend all of the ingredients together and that’s it!
This dip is super versatile, as it can also be used as a spread or a sauce. It is best used fresh, so use it within a day or two.
The kale is what gives this hummus it’s beautiful green color, while blended chickpeas and tahini give it a creamy texture.
This hummus is of course great as a veggie dip, but it’s also a great dip for crackers or chips. You can even use it in a wrap or a sandwich for some added nutrients!
Vegan bean dips
Added to the beans are fried onions, nutritional yeast, plant-milk, vinegar, and some seasoning for added flavor. You can also top this dip with some fresh herbs, such as parsley.
Serve this vegan french onion dip with tortilla chips, potato chips, or veggies. This dip would also be great spread into a sandwich or a wrap.
It is made with roasted carrots and canned chickpeas, along with cumin for added flavor. This recipe is super quick if you already have some leftover roasted carrots ready to go!
Serve this carrot hummus with veggies, breadsticks, crackers, or chips.
This beet hummus is a great dip for crackers and raw veggies, but you can also use it as a spread in sandwiches and wraps, or mix it into a rice or quinoa bowl.
Hummus is at the base of this layered dip and you can try out different flavors. Plenty of chopped vegetables are also used in this dip, and they can be prepped in advance so that this dip is easy to throw together right before you’re ready to eat it.
This is a fantastic party dip that pairs well with pita bread or tortilla chips.
Vegan dessert dips
This dip is great for fruit such as apple slices, kiwi slices, strawberries, grapes, and more. This pumpkin dip is also great with cookies (like gingersnap or any other cookie you like) and pretzels.
Cacao powder is used to achieve a chocolate taste and this dip is sweetened with maple syrup rather than refined sugar.
Use this brownie batter dip with fruit, cookies, or spread on a rice cake.
This fondue is made with only four simple ingredients, of course including vegan dark chocolate in the form of chopped bars, chunks, or chips.
You can serve this vegan chocolate fondue with a variety of fruit, vegan marshmallows, cookies, pretzels, and anything else you want to dip into this chocolate goodness!
This dessert dip is not only vegan, but also gluten-free, oil-free, and soy-free.
It is made with a base of cashews and has a delicious gingerbread flavor that is great for the holiday season.
This gingerbread cheesecake dip is great served with fruit, graham crackers, and cookies.
The addition of vegan chocolate chips and maple syrup make this cookie dough a delicious, sweet treat.
This sweet potato cookie dough is great with fruit or crackers!
It is sweetened with agave nectar and is a great, simple alternative to traditional caramel.
When using this peanut butter caramel as a dip, it is great with graham crackers, apple slices, or other fruit.
Looking for more appetizer ideas? Check out this list of over 20 vegan party appetizers!