Ready to start stocking up on goodies for the festive season? Whether you’re looking for the perfect main course for your Christmas dinner or just fancy something sweet for those long winter nights, the supermarkets have you covered this year
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!
ASDA Christmas Tree Crumpets
If you were a fan of the vegan-friendly Halloween crumpets at Asda this year, you’ll love this cute Christmas tree variety. They’re a fun way to feel festive while you eat breakfast and make a great treat for kids.
Waitrose Gluten-Free Mince Pies
These Waitrose Mince Pies have a sweet star design and are free from gluten as well as being vegan-friendly. This makes them an excellent choice for those with multiple dietary requirements.
Sainsbury’s Wensleydale-Style with Cranberries
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. A very similar product is also available at Tesco and ASDA.
Morrisons Grilled Root Vegetable Loaf with Shimmered Walnuts and Cranberries
If you don’t fancy making your own main course for Christmas lunch, this Grilled Root Vegetable Loaf from Morrisons is a good choice. The main ingredients are sweet potato, pumpkin and celeriac and the shimmered toppings make it feel extra special.
Tesco Fruit Jellies
Fruit jellies are a classic festive treat, and it’s easy to assume that they all contain gelatine. However, these Tesco Fruit Jellies are clearly marked vegan and just as delicious as you remember.
ASDA Free From Choc Truffles
Looking for some cute stocking fillers or small treats for kids? These Free From Choc Truffles come in cute packaging and won’t break the bank.
Tesco Finest Butternut Squash Wellington
If you’re after a main course that’s a bit different from the traditional nut roast, this Butternut Squash Wellington is for you. Maple syrup roasted butternut squash is layered with mushrooms and spinach and wrapped in flaky pastry – yum.
ASDA Dark Chocolate, Cranberry and Orange Tiffins
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.
Tesco Free-From Iced Fruit Cake Slices
Have you ever despaired because you couldn’t find vegan Christmas cake anywhere? Not this year – head to Tesco and treat yourself to these delicious Free From Iced Fruit Cake Slices, which are also gluten-free.
Waitrose Six Month Matured Christmas Pudding
Christmas pudding is another classic, and if you’re looking for something really special then this six-month matured pudding from Waitrose is a great choice. Most supermarkets also sell a free-from Christmas pudding of some variety.
Hands up who’s excited to go Christmas food shopping? Rest assured, being vegan over the festive season doesn’t mean missing out on any of your favourite treats.
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