| Blogmas Day 17 – The Green Living Guide – Vegan & Vegetarian Christmas Treats.

Hey There Teacups! I told you I was going to bring the Green Living Guide back throughout blogmas didn’t I. I’ve noticed this there that there is so much more choice both in supermarkets and in online stores when it comes to Festive Vegan and Vegetarian friendly Treats. So in the spirit of helping out others at Christmas, I thought id put together a list of some of the best ones out there and make your search for tasty treats a little bit easier. (The links contain all the ingredient info)

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Tesco

Tesco really have pushed the boat out this year! I can’t wait to hopefully get my hands on some of these for Christmas. 3D Gingerbread Star Kit – (£4), Vanilla Christmas Jumper Cake Kit – (£4.50), Chocolate Brownie Christmas Puddin Kit – (£3.50), Choc Selection Box – (£2), Spiced Pear Pies – (£1.75), Choc Coins (£1.50)  How good do those spiced pear pies sound!


Asda

Asda have some great items this year I’m going to have to put some of these on my Christmas list I think!  Free From Christmas Pudding – (£3), Free From Choc Selection – (£2), Belgian Dark Chocolate Honeycomb – (£2.50), Extra Special Free From Truffles – (£4.50), Free From Iced Christmas Cake – (£2.60), Extra Special Free From Yule Log – (£4.50) (I think that those free from truffles are going to have to be mine!)


 

Holland & Barrett

You can always count on Holland & Barrett to have lots of amazing treats all year round not just for Christmas. They never drop the ball, I’m sure many others out there are as thankful for Holland & Barrett as I am.  Mini Moo Santa – (£1),  Joe & Sephs Salted Caramel Popcorn Tube – (£4.89), Pamil Organic Dairy Free Chocolate Snowmen (98p), Balance Christmas Seashells  – (£2.88), Choices Dairy Free Milk Chocolate Santa – (£1.49), Balance Christmas Crocants – (£2.89)


The Vegan Kind

If you’re a fellow plant based human and you don’t know about The Vegan Kind then you really need to check them out. Not only do they run an amazing subscription box service, they also have a vegan supermarket that is stocked full of amazing goodies all year round. Ananda’s Rudolph’s Round Up – (£2.85), Jealous Sweets Christmas Cracker – (£8.99), Coco Loco Dark Chocolate Minty Thins – (£6.99), Montezuma’s Christmas Ginger & Orange Drinking Chocolate – (£6.99), Moo Free Organic Dairy Free Selection Box – (£4.79), Divine Dark Chocolate Coins – (£2.75)


I hope this list provides some sort of help to you all when shopping for Christmas treats this year. I know that sometimes it can be hard to find tasty vegan or vegetarian treats, but at least from this you can see that they are trying to up their game. Hopefully by the time next Christmas rolls around these options will be double or even tripled.

As always if you any questions at all be sure to stick them in the comments or send them to me on twitter and I’ll get back to them as quickly as I can. I’m planning on bringing The Green Living Guide back in full force in the new year, so if there is anything specific you would like to see featured in it let me know.

Speak to you all tomorrow, Happy Steeping – Kimberley

4 thoughts on “| Blogmas Day 17 – The Green Living Guide – Vegan & Vegetarian Christmas Treats.

  1. Corinne and Kirsty says:

    I am not vegan nor vegetarian but I find this guide perfect nonetheless! Vegan food tend to be healthier anyway and all these treats look so great! xx corinne

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