Vegan Food Haul

We love sharing vegan food with the world, and so we’re ecstatic that we were able to review this wonderful bunch of products. If you like vegan snacks, nutritious breakfasts, and flavoursome condiments, keep on reading…

 

MOMA – Museli & Porridge sachets

We could not be more pleased about this brand, and although all of the products were delicious, we really recommend everyone to try the ‘Almond Butter & Salted Caramel’ flavour – it’s so yummy! Not only is the porridge super creamy and subtly sweet, but it’s incredibly easy to prepare; all you have to do is add hot water and wait. We think this is the ideal breakfast for all those with busy lifestyles, or those who are travelling and always on the move. Using water instead of milk to make the porridge is very cost effective, we just like to add a splash of milk at the end, to make it extra creamy! The products we received were also gluten free. 

The museli and porridge is available from their website, and most major supermarkets. 

 

Muscle Food – Pizza

A brand that is much more well known for selling meaty products has recently brought out a vegan option, how fantastic is that?! We were lucky enough to sample their authentic, stone baked caramelised onion and mushroom pizza and it was delicious. There is 558 calories per pizza; it’s macro friendly, high in protein (29.7g) and fibre, yet low in carbs and fat. Eating this feels almost completely guilt-free, and it’s also great for a quick lunch as it only takes 12 minutes in the oven. We were so impressed with the lovely toppings; the sun-dried tomatoes were delicious, and the cheese melted perfectly.

The pizza is available from their website.

 

Cocofina – Soy Sauce Alternative

Calling all coconut lovers – Cocofina is a business specialising in entirely coconut products! One of their latest innovations is a soya free, soy saucealternative – interesting, right? They actually won a Great Taste Award, and we can totally see why they did. It’s so savoury and flavoursome, and definitely not just for those with a soy intolerance. It is wonderfully innovative, and we are seriously impressed. We first used it to marinate tofu, and it did the trick just like normal soy sauce would.

The Cocofina Coconut Amino is available from their website, all independent health food stores and Holland and Barrett.

 

Corkers – Crisps 

We received such a generous bundle of potato and vegetable crisps. They are all hand-made and cooked in olive oil. We have been loving snacking on them – they might just be our new favourite crisps! You can really tell that they’re great quality snacks, the flavours are incredible, and the crisps have an amazing crunch to them. Their website very clearly states which are suitable for vegetarians, which are suitable for vegans, and which are gluten-free. The lightly sea salted flavour makes for the nicest, simple lunch accompaniment, and we really hope that Corkers come out with even more vegan friendly flavours – this selection is such an amazing start! 

The crisps are available from Ocado and Waitrose

 


A huge thank you to MOMA, Muscle Food, Cocofina and Corkers for sending over these fantastic products for us to review – these blog posts wouldn’t be possible without wonderful companies allowing us to try and review their wonderful vegan products. Be sure to check them out!

Do you want your vegan-friendly products to feature in our blog posts, and on our social media? Get in touch at vvtvfeatures@gmail.com


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