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Veganism, or the practice of only eating/drink things that are plant-based (i.e. do not contain animal products or meat) is becoming super popular. One of the things that stops a lot of people from going vegan, however, is the thought that they’ll only be able to eat vegetables and quinoa. This is 100% not true, so if you’re looking into incorporating more plant-based foods into your diet, then this list is a great way to show yourself that there are so many things. In addition, if you have vegan friends, this list can help you buy things that you know they’ll love and can eat. Here are 13 foods that are vegan and taste amazing.
If you love bread but also want to follow a more plant-based diet. you might be worried about missing out on some seriously tasty things, However, since it is made with olive oil, all ciabatta is vegan, so you can enjoy this delicious crusty bread without worrying.
If you’re a huge fan of cookies and cream, rest assured that you won;t have to give up the original cookies and cream biscuit. Original Oreos are 100% vegan so you can eat as many as you like whilst still following a plant-based diet.
3. Dried Pasta
Pasta is everyone’s favourite carb, and because most dried pastas aren’t made with eggs, this makes them one of the foods that are vegan. So, you can chow down on a bowl of pasta at least partially guilt free.
4. Chili Heatwave Doritos
Crisps are necessarily something you’d think about in terms of veganism, but some crisp flavourings contain ingredients that are not vegan friendly. Luckily, Chili Heatwave Doritos are not among this number, so you can munch to your heart’s content.
5. Dark Chocolate
If chocolate is your absolute favourite treat and are sad about not being able to eat dairy milks anymore, you’ll be pleased to know that not all chocolate is off the menu. As it is made without milk, dark chocolate is usually vegan, so you don’t have to give up all your guilty pleasures.
6. Sea Salt and Balsamic Vinegar Kettle Chips
Kettle chips are super tasty, and can actually be vegan too! You can still enjoy the crunchy goodness of hand-cooked crisps, even if you are following a vegan diet.
7. Party Rings
Whilst these do summon the memories of primary school birthday parties, no one can deny how tasty these pastel-coloured goodies are, and they are also vegan. These are a great substitute for other cakes/biscuits that are not vegan, as they are just as tasty.
8. Sour Patch Kids
If you love gummy sweets, you’ll know that the majority of them unfortunately are not vegan as they contain gelatin. However, these tasty sour gummies are vegan so you don’t have to give up the foods you love.
9. Ritz Crackers
Ritz crackers are perfect for snacking on, and Ritz cracker crisps are held under this banner too, so you have a lot of variety in your snacking choices. These are great substitutes for any other crackers or crisps that you may not be able to have if you pursue a vegan diet.
10. Baked Beans
Baked beans on toast is a British classic, and if you’re considering a plant-based diet, rest assured that you don’t have to give up this amazing comfort food. Beans are a great source of plant-based protein too, and with some vegan cheese on top they’ll be perfect.
11. Lotus Biscoff Spread
If you’ve never had Biscoff spread, I urge you to get some. This delicious biscuity concoction is a perfect substitute for Nutella, which is unfortunately not vegan. If you love breakfast spreads, this is perfect to fill these sweet morning-time cravings.
12. Hartley’s Ready To Eat Blackcurrant Jelly
If you love jelly, you might be mourning the fact you won’t be able to have it anymore. However, this isn’t true as you can actually buy vegan jelly! This just goes to show that you don;t always have to give up the things you love if you’e changing your lifestyle.
13. Betty Crocker Cake Mixes
Cake mixes are actually mostly free from eggs and dairy as you are supposed to add those yourself to the mix, so you can buy them and make them with foods that are vegan instead. If you’re a fan of quick-make cakes then this is perfect for you as it means you can carry on making your favourite sweet treats with just a little substitution.
Which are your favourite foods that are vegan? Let us know in the comments!
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