12 Vegan Snacks You Can Buy on Amazon

You can find the best vegan snacks on Amazon, from protein-packed healthy choices to indulgent treats. Here are our top picks.

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Fig Bars
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Nature’s Bakery Bars

Plenty of adults may remember eating a similar treat on the bus to and from school! Nature’s Bakery fig bars ($5 for box of 12) are vegan and dairy-free handhelds ideal for your midday snack attack. There’s a GF version, too.

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Peanut Butter
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Earth Balance Peanut Butter

Most nut butters, of course, should be vegan by nature, but it’s always best to check the label. We like Earth Balance peanut butter ($5 per jar), which combines the protein punch you expect from peanuts with the added nutritional value of flaxseed. Peanut butter is a wholesome snack scooped with apple slices, but we won’t tell anyone if you eat it with a spoon. (Can’t eat nuts? Try these allergy-free treats.)

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Annie's Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks, Variety Pack, 24 Pouches, 0.8 oz Each
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Annie’s Fruit Snacks

Sweet, chewy fruit snacks are a kid-friendly option for snacking on the go. Annie’s fruit snacks ($15 for 24 pouches) will help the kids and their friends hop from one activity to the next without stopping. They’re also organic, and made without high fructose corn syrup.

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Kashi Crunchy Chocolate Chip Chia Granola Bars - Vegan | 5 Pouches, 2 Bars Per Pouch
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Prana Trail Mix

Trail mix is a classic vegan-friendly snack, and no wonder: It’s got sweet and savory, protein and carbs, crunch and chew. Prana Go Nuts organic trail mix ($47 for 8 bags) includes nuts roasted with real maple syrup. Pack it for a hike, or chow down before the big game.

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PRANA Go Nuts Organic Trail Mix - Deluxe Maple Coated Nut Mix with Almonds, Cashews, Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, and Real Maple Syrup - Vegan, Non-GMO, 8 Count 4 Oz Bags
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Kashi Bars

A great granola bar has it all: crunchy oats, nutty texture and that touch of sweet to balance it out. Kashi granola bars ($3 per box) bring together the nutritional powerhouses quinoa and chia seeds with a chocolate hit for fanatics.

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HIPPEAS Organic Chickpea Puffs + Variety Pack | 1.5 ounce, 12 count | Vegan, Gluten-Free, Crunchy, Protein Snacks
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Hippeas Chickpea Puffs

Sometimes we all crave a salty, crunchy snack, but many of these don’t accommodate dietary restrictions. Not so for Hippeas organic chickpea puffs ($20 for 12 bags), which are certified vegan and gluten-free, and come in popular flavors like barbecue and sriracha.

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Crunchmaster Protein Snack Crackers, Sea Salt
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Crunchmaster Crackers

There are a lot of cracker options in the snack aisle, but you have to look a little harder for a cracker that’s actually healthy. Crunchmaster snack crackers ($3 per bag) offer a vegan and gluten-free snacking option that also provides 5g of protein per serving. Pair with vegan peanut butter for a satisfying protein punch.

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GoMacro MacroBar Organic Vegan Protein Bars Peanut Butter + Chocolate Chip 2.4 Ounce Bars (Pack of 12)
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GoMacro Protein Bars

For athletes, runners and weekend warriors alike, protein bars are a great option for quick refueling. But protein bars can be tough for vegan diets, as they often contain dairy or other animal byproducts. Enter the GoMacro MacroBar ($24 for 12 bars), which boasts 11g of protein and comes in a peanut butter and chocolate chip flavor.

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Wholesome Fair Trade Organic DelishFish, No Artificial Colors or High Fructose Corn Syrup, Non GMO & Gluten Free, Vegan, 6 Ounce (Pack of 1)
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DelishFish

Less healthy snack and more tasty treat, Wholesome’s DelishFish ($3 per bag) nod to dietary restrictions. They contain no high fructose corn syrup or artificial dyes, and are certified vegan and gluten-free. This is the ideal snack for a relaxing night in, so grab a handful while watching a movie.

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Louisville Vegan Jerky - Maple Bacon, Vegetarian and Vegan Friendly Jerky, 21 Grams of Non-GMO Soy Protein, Gluten-Free Ingredients (3 Ounces)
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Vegan Jerky

Being vegan doesn’t mean you have to give up savory meat flavor. Meat substitutes have come a long way recently, and Louisville Vegan Jerky’s maple bacon jerky ($8 per bag) is tasty enough to please even meat eaters. Made with tamari and sriracha, the jerky delivers a sweet and smoky meatiness for a great car snack without the guilt.

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PopCorners Flourish Harvest Kale Veggie Crisps | Plant-Based Protein, Gluten Free Snacks | (24 Pack, .75 oz Snack Bags)
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Flourish Veggie Crisps

Who doesn’t love a salty chip now and then? For a healthier take on potato chips, try Flourish Harvest Kale veggie crisps ($18 for 24 bags). They’re packed with vegetables, including kale and Brussels sprouts, plus protein-rich chickpeas. They’re popped rather than fried, so they’re extra crunchy and not greasy. Still hungry? Try these vegan cabbage recipes.

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Cocomels Coconut Milk Caramels, Sea Salt Flavor, Organic, Dairy Free, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-GMO, No High Fructose Corn Syrup, Kosher, Plant Based, Individually Wrapped Candy, (1 Pack)
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Cocomels Caramel

Sea salt caramel is having a moment, with everything from candy bars to ice cream rippled with caramel flavor. Sadly, most caramel contains dairy. These Cocomels caramels ($6 per pack) are made with coconut milk instead. They’re certified vegan and dairy-free, and have less sugar than other candies.

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Kelsey Dimberg
A former senior digital editor at Taste of Home, Kelsey now writes articles and novels from her home in Chicago. Since 2010, she’s followed a gluten-free diet, and especially enjoys the challenge of baking sourdough bread and pizza dough. As a contributing writer for Taste of Home, she covers a broad range of topics but with a special emphasis on gluten-free cooking and baking. Outside of her gluten-free experiments in the kitchen, Kelsey is also the author of the thriller novel “Girl in the Rearview Mirror.”