I know what you’re thinking- Christmas as a vegan? Madness! What about the turkey and the trimmings and-
Yeah. Don’t worry, I get it. But you’d be surprised at the amazing alternatives to all of the animal products the public love come the festive season. Here’s a comprehensive list of all of the best ways to enjoy Christmas 100% guilt-free.
Tesco Festive Nut Roast with Mulled Wine and Cranberry
Easily the most predictable item on this list, but don’t let that strip it of its splendour. Tesco’s nut roasts are absolutely gorgeous, and for only £3.50, you couldn’t possibly go wrong with it. What’s a turkey again?
Asda Vegan Cheese Board
Featuring vegan renditions of Mature Cheddar, Wensleydale & Cranberry and Garlic & Chive Mature Cheddar, you’d be mad not to pick this up if you’re not the biggest dessert fan, and you fancy something nice to go with the port.
Asda Belgian Chocolate Cranberry & Orange Tiffin
Squares of Belgian chocolate with sultanas, sweetened dried cranberries and orange oil, all for only £2.39. Perfectly tailored to those vegans who are really missing their chocolate. Speaking of which…
The All Dark Vegan Selection Box
Bloody hell. Hotel Chocolat really come through with a care package with a big old V on it. This is a whopper of a box coming in at a hefty £27.50, but you’re not going to find a better box of V-treats anywhere else this Christmas. Sound good? Pick it up, Hotel Chocolat never disappoint!
Waitrose Iced Fruit Cake
A £7.50 delight of a Christmas cake from Waitrose, who teamed up with Fiona Cairns especially for this cake. Crack the port, would you?
Essental Waitrose Mince Pies
Vegan Mince Pies for a quid. Do you need any more info?
My god. Almond milk leaves this Baileys guilt-free, but not free of all the great taste (and alcohol) of the original. It’s in all major supermarkets, so get on it. Now.