Ready to start stocking up on goodies for the festive season? Whether you’re looking for the perfect main course or just fancy something sweet for those long winter nights, there are plenty of vegan Christmas foods in UK supermarkets.
It’s been hard to keep up with all the amazing new vegan products that have been released lately, so we’ve put together a list containing ten of our best finds. Enjoy!
If you were a fan of the vegan-friendly Halloween crumpets at Asda this year, you’ll love this cute reindeer variety! They’re a fun way to feel festive while you eat breakfast and make a great treat for kids.
These Waitrose Mince Pies are free from gluten as well as being vegan-friendly. This makes them an excellent choice for those with multiple dietary requirements.
Planning an epic vegan cheese board? Then you’ll need to include this delicious vegan Wensleydale with Cranberries. It has a lovely festive flavour and looks authentic too.
Morrisons Best Beefless Wellington
If you don’t fancy making your own main course for vegan Christmas dinner, this Beefless Wellington from Morrisons is a good choice. It is made of cranberry, apricot and chestnut duxelle, wrapped around a wholegrain mustard melt, covered in golden puff pastry.
Yes, the oldest most famous Bendicks mint’s are accidentally vegan! They’ll make the perfect after dinner mint.
Looking for some cute stocking fillers or small treats for kids? These Free From Chocolate Reindeer come in cute packaging and won’t break the bank
ALDI Vegan No Turkey Roast
If you’re after a main course that’s a bit more meaty, Aldi’s No Turkey Roast is for you! A sensational cranberry, apricot and pumpkin seed stuffing wrapped in a tasty soya and tofu coating.
It wouldn’t be the festive season without some delicious chocolate treats, and these tiffins from Asda include cranberry and orange for a yummy festive twist.
Have you ever despaired because you couldn’t find vegan Christmas cake anywhere? Not this year! Head to Waitrose and treat yourself to this delicious Vegan Iced Fruit Cake crammed with cherries, juicy figs, prunes, raisins, and covered in marzipan and icing.
Christmas pudding is another classic, and this six-month matured Christmas pudding from Tesco is a great choice. It is made with vine fruits and cider, and is also gluten-free!
Hands up who’s excited to shopping for vegan Christmas foods? Rest assured, being vegan over the festive season doesn’t mean missing out on any of your favourite treats.
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