Following a Vegan diet encourages you to be more adventurous in the food department. You can no longer whip up the traditional 3 egg, 1 stick of butter cookie recipes that are so easily accessible to everyone. It requires some digging and finding what kind of substitutions you can make so you’re not missing out on any flavor.

The vegan community has been growing at a fast rate which means there are so many more recourses available to everyone. Finding alternatives is no longer considered a daunting or hard task. Eating vegan meals can be easy, can be delicious and we are going to show you just that. Snacks are the key food item that helps us feel tied over in between meals but they are also great pairings for getting us through emotional events or just a movie time treat. We have discovered 12 guilt-free vegan snacks that are 100 calories and less.

1. 35-Calorie Mini Vegan Quiches

Traditionally quiche is made with eggs but we all know that doesn’t align with the Vegan diet. These delicious mini quiches are filled with flavor and super low calorie they make the perfect snack to get you through until your next meal.

These yummy mini quiches are also fat-free and gluten-free as well as a great source of protein. That means almost everyone can enjoy this delicious snack. Nutritional yeast is used in the recipe to give it hints of cheesy flavor and the sun-dried tomatoes give a slight bacon flavor, what is not to love!

2.  Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Bars

These delicious chocolate chip peanut butter bars are 102 calories. I know, I know, this was supposed to be 100 calories or less. I think that we can waver the 2 extra calories because this recipe is too amazing not too.

Filled with savory peanut butter flavors and gooey chocolate chips these bars will make the perfect low-calorie snack.

3. Low Cal Chocolate Cake

Who doesn’t love a good pick-me-up-snack like a piece of chocolate cake? This 100 calorie cake will have you fulfilling that chocolate craving while feeling good about it.

This vegan recipe doesn’t require any crazy extravagant recipes, you will most likely have everything on hand. That’s an easy recipe I can get behind.

4. 100-Calorie Chocolate Orange Muffins

If you love chocolate and tangy orange flavors then this recipe is perfect for you. These moist chocolate muffins will be sure to quench your next sweet tooth craving. Not to mention, they are whole grain, low fat and low calorie which means you can snack on this guilt-free!

The orange juice in the batter gives the perfect compliment to the rich chocolate flavors. Top off the muffins with orange zest for an extra boost of flavor.

5. Frozen Grapes

Frozen grapes make a super fun and healthy snack. Considering grapes are already packed full of juicy flavor when you freeze them it gives you the same satisfaction of eating a freezie.

30 grapes equal up to 100 calories, making it the perfect afternoon or evening snack.

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6. Healthy 1 Minute Vanilla Cake

You don’t need a special occasion to have sprinkled cake. Taking a 10 minutes break from your work is the perfect reason to celebrate! This super easy recipe, I mean come on, it takes only 1 minute, is delicious and healthy.

Make sure to use the flax egg substitution to make this recipe vegan. It is also gluten-free, that’s an extra bonus.

7. Popcorn

Did you know popcorn is an amazing low-calorie snack? Two cups of air popped popcorn with 1 tsp of vegan butter is only 95 calories. This makes the perfect movie night in snack.

8. Oreo Cookies

If you don’t already know, yes Oreo cookies are vegan! Your childhood dreams come true! They are a delicious snack that will quench your sweet tooth craving.

If you want to keep your snack under 100 calories eat only one cookie. However, Oreo cookies are only 55 calories per cookie so if you don’t mind bending that 100 calorie line a little indulge in two cookies-yum!

9. Watermelon

While it is obvious that fruits are vegan, watermelon makes a great low-calorie snack. Watermelons are made up of 92% water and 100% sweet flavor!

This delicious fruit is full of vitamins such as A, B6 and copious amounts of vitamin C. This delicious snack is only 40 calories for 2 cups worth. Considering it is made up of mostly water, watermelon is a great snack choice to fill you up.

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10. 72 Calorie Protein Cookies

These tasty chocolate protein cookies are made with six healthy ingredients. Made with chia seeds, flax seed, and gooey peanut butter, these cookies are packed full of nutrition. They are also gluten-free, extra bonus!

This recipe is not only easy but also makes a great post-workout snack because they’re sourced with vanilla protein powder. What better way to repair your muscles than with a delicious low-calorie cookie.

11. No-Bake Cookie Dough Protein Bars

This no-bake recipe is super easy and only requires 3 ingredients. The sweet flavor comes from Medjool dates and full of protein from vanilla protein powder.

To make sure this snack stays under 100 calories make sure to make this recipe into at least 8 servings. That makes each bar about 94 calories each. They’re delicious and good for you.

12. 100-Calorie Chocolate Brownie

This 6-ingredient brownie is so easy you can even make it in your microwave! If that isn’t convenience, then I don’t know what it. This super easy brownie mix is dairy-free and easily gluten-free adaptable, simply opt out of regular flour for gluten-free flour.

This guilt-free brownie makes the perfect snack for only a 100 calories.

Clarissa Vanner

Clarissa loves experimenting with food of all cultures to make unique healthy dishes. When she’s not browsing Pinterest for new recipe inspiration she likes to pick up a DIY project and use her creative hands to make art or crafts. In her down time you can find her watching the latest documentaries on Netflix or going for nature walks.

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