Best Vegan Mithai Brands this Festive Season

There’s never been a better time to try a #PlantBasedNavratri. But what about those indulgent sweets we’ve waited for all year? We’re sure you can’t imagine going through nine days of Navratri without those yummy mithais! We can’t either, and the good news is nobody needs to!

We bring to you a curated list of the best vegan mithais from all over the country. When you see the variety, you won’t believe it’s all vegan and available to start ordering right this second. So, get your sweet tooth ready and let’s get on with it.

Vijay Sweets

This popular store of Indian vegan mithais is run by a family with 30 years of experience in the sweets industry, known for their tried and ‘tasted’ vegan delicacies.

Vijay Sweets offers traditional Indian sweets and snacks veganized and delivered across the country. They also offer products that are refined sugar-free and gluten-free to cater to sugar conscious and diabetics. We have our eyes set on trying that delicious Mysorepak.

Image credit: Vijay Sweets

Rare Earth Café, Mumbai

Started by a passionate entrepreneur who transformed his real estate business into a vegan cafe, Rare Earth is a not-to-miss vegan destination. Tucked away in the lanes of Bandra, you can stop here to grab a bite and stock up your vegan pantry all at once.

When it comes to desserts, they are especially known for their melt-in-the-mouth Gulab Jamuns and Pedas. We can’t wait to pop these indulgent rounds in our mouths and bet you won’t stop at just one when you try them.

Image credit: Rare Earth cafe

Vegan Dukan 

Vegan Dukan is an online platform dedicated to serving the increasing demand for vegan foods. This festive season they have an array of Indian sweets from boondi and besan laddoos to baklavas. Just the sound of these is sending our tastebuds on overdrive.

Image credit: Vegan Dukan

Vvegano

Vvegano is another retail stop for all things vegan. Started by an animal lover, they intend to make online vegan shopping experiences hassle-free and environment friendly. Their spread of festive mithias and snacks is quite impressive, and includes tempting rasgullas, gujiyas/karanji, and barfis.

We hope we’ve got your sweet cravings well covered for the season. But why keep these treats to yourself? Share the joy by gifting them to friends and family. Cruelty-free and planet-conscious gifts are a perfect addition to happy festive vibes that your folks will love.

Image credit: Vvegano

Sweets out of the way, but wondering how to enjoy the festivities while being vegan? Read our guide here

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