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As the number of people adopting a vegan lifestyle increases so does the number of products, food items and drinks that specifically cater for their needs. As well as vegan specific foods like cheeses, yoghurts, sausages, cakes, pastries etc there is also a growing number of accidentally vegan products out there………
You may be surprised just how many vegan items you are consuming!
But first of all a big caveat; the items below are what I would call snacks, treats and convenience foods i.e. to be consumed occasionally. The majority of a healthy balanced diet should be in the form of freshly prepared foods like vegetables, fruit, wholegrain carbs, water, fats from olives, avocado and nuts and protein from nuts, seeds, beans, pulses, non- dairy, soya etc.
lets start with biscuits; these are from Aldi, Tesco, Wilko, B&M, Poundland, Asda etc
I have it on good authority that the Crocus cafe ( https://www.crocuscafe.com) in Lenton, Nottingham make an amazing oreo cookie cake, just what you need for a special treat
And lets not forget one of our childhood favourites Fox’s party rings!
If you want to know what food in most UK supermarket is vegan friendly then I suggest you visit https://myvegansupermarket.co.uk
There are now more than ever, some delicious vegan Christmas treats that should make the whole family happy
Sainsburys onion ring crisps
Coop’s Christmas dinner crisps
At the very least this blog should give you some stocking filler ideas for the vegans in your life