Accidentally Vegan Christmas Products You Must Try

Accidentally Vegan Christmas Products You Must Try

Christmas is less than a month away and the accidentally Vegan Christmas foods* are slowly appearing. Here I share with you 10 vegan-friendly products that just so happen to be suitable for us plant-based foodies to eat and share with our friends and family.

Mince Pies

It wouldn’t be Christmas without mince pies would it? Every year it is a struggle to find milk-free mince pies thankfully Waitrose Essential 6 Shortcrust Mince Pies are accidentally vegan! Alongside Waitrose, Co-op’s Puff Pastry Mince Pies in the bakery section and ASDA Mince Pies are too.

 

 

Christmas Pudding 

If you love Christmas pudding, Waitrose offer two accidentally vegan options for you to try. The first being from the Essentials range flavoured with Cider & Sherry and the second a Duchy Originals Organic variety made with Cognac and vine fruits.

Stollen

If you love the cake-like fruity bread get your fix with Kuchenmeister luxury Marzipan Stollen. This is available in Iceland, some Tesco stores as well as online.

Bubble And Squeak Bites

You no longer have to miss out on the leftover fry up on Boxing day with these Bubble & Squeak Bites from Tesco. Carrot, onion, cabbage and potato all mushed into little patties and ready to lightly fry. These are devoid of the goose fat and meat juices the traditional variety may contain.

Chocolate And Hazelnut Churros

Churros may not be the most festive party treat, but they sure are delicious. Tesco have launched a pack of 12, filled with a nutty chocolate sauce and coated in cinnamon sugar. Accidentally vegan means they must be heavenly!

Gingerbread Men 

Munch on or decorate these little Gingerbread men that are milk and egg free. Tesco offer 30 mini gingerbread biscuits that are crunchy and moorish and Asda stock a Gingerbread House ready to decorate.

 

Candy Cane Crisps

If you love candy canes are addicted to crisps, then Tesco have the answer to your prayers. These limited edition candy cane hand cooked potato crisps are minty, sugary and crunchy – a bizarre combo yet very festive.

Maple Bacon Tortilla Rolls

Satisfy your Maple Bacon cravings with Marks & Spencer’s rolled tortilla crisps. They would work as a great replacement to the pigs in blanket shaped hole in your life yet with added sweetness and crunch.

Mint Chocolate Collection

No longer will you have to miss out on the After Eight after dinner feeling with this alternative from Bendicks. Their Bittermint biscuits and mint crisps will leave your breath smelling fresh and tummy satisifed after Christmas dinner and can also make a great gift!

Jus Rol Croissants

Although these have always been Vegan and are available all year round, they can often be overlooked! Join in with the freshly baked pastries on Christmas morning and share with the family. Also Vegan from Jus Rol are the Cinnamon Swirls and Pan Au Chocolat.

What accidentally vegan foods are your favourite?

*Accidentally vegan products may contain traces of animal derived ingredients however do not contain them in the product itself. Be sure to check ingredients before buying as this may differ outside of the UK.

 

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  1. Rosie
    December 11, 2017 / 11:05 pm

    I keep hearing about how good Tesco’s churros are. I hadn’t even thought about After Eights! I used to love those, so I’m glad there’s an alternative. My favourite accidentally vegan thing is Cadbury’s drinking chocolate, always reminds me of being a kid and staying at my Nan’s house.

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