‘Tis the season to be jolly, and there’s nothing that makes us merrier than seeing vegan festive ranges across UK supermarkets. From vegan no-turkey crowns to deliciously dairy-free fondues and parfaits, we’ve got a selection of vegan Christmas foods that will put you right in the festive spirit.
UK Supermarket Vegan Christmas Ranges
This is your one-stop shop for the most wonderful vegan Christmas feast. Aldi’s Plant Menu No Turkey Crown with a smoky vegan bacon crumb will make an impressive centrepiece even for your not-yet-vegan guests.
Asda’s Extra Special Vegan Chocolate Bauble is the ultimate showstopper. And if that’s not enough to get you in the festive mood, it has a whopping 60 more products in its vegan Christmas range.
Marks & Spencer
Have you seen anything cuter than M&S’s adorable reindeer bao buns? We’re also adding its Plant Kitchen Vegan Turkey Roast and mushroom parfait to our Christmas shopping lists.
Morrison’s vegan Christmas range never fails to impress. Yes, its Plant Revolution gammon joint with maple and orange glaze and sweet and melty cheese fondue are both vegan. No pigs or cows were hurt in making these beauties.
Tesco means perfect puddings this Christmas. Wow your guests with the Tesco Finest Free From Stem Ginger Tiffin Cracker, and if you need more (we won’t judge), stock up on its Wicked Kitchen Raspberry & Vanilla Layered Dessert.
From the Taste the Difference No Turkey Crown with Sage and Onion Melts to the Plant Pioneers Vegan Trimmings Selection, at Sainsbury’s, they know how to make Christmas happy, vegan, and hassle-free.
Waitrose’s vegan Christmas range has something for everyone. Our favourites include the Vegan Mini No Beef Empanadas and the decadent Vegan Layered Mushroom Parfait.
More Vegan Christmas Products
Vegans, rejoice! The legendary Vegan Festive Bake is back this season, alongside a brand-new Vegan Turkey-Free & Stuffing Baguette. Which will be your Christmas number one this year?
Just in time for Christmas, these Zingy Orange Choccy Segments are a perfect treat for those long, chilly evenings.
Craving pigs in blankets for lunch? Costa has you covered. Try its very special Vegan P’gs & Blankets Panini or go for the No Turkey Feast Sandwich for a more traditional meal.
No Meat Company
Proudly made with plants, not birds, these No Turkey Festive Slices come with cranberry sauce and make for the perfect comfort food for a night in. Find them in Iceland – the supermarket, not country. We knew you would ask.
A great stocking filler or just an extra treat for your nieces and nephews, this Christmas chocolate orange reindeer is our favourite chocolate fix this season.
There’s no lack of delicious vegan mince pies these days, but we thought we would add these to our list, as they are perfect and because we love OGGS. We literally just had scrambled OGGS for breakfast.
There’s only one thing better than a vegan afternoon tea – a Christmas-themed vegan afternoon tea! Positive Bakes nabbed a PETA Vegan Food Award this year, so hurry up and get one of its hampers or sharing boxes. We suspect they will be sold out in no time.
This boozy cream is just what you need to go with your favourite vegan Christmas pudding. You’re welcome!
Fancy a quick lunch fix? This Christmas dinner–flavoured instant noodle pot is accidentally vegan, costs just £1.20, and is the ultimate comfort food we all need now. A win for your wallet and for animals.
Want More Vegan Christmas Food Options?
Whether you want to whip something up at home or bake a ready-made vegan Christmas roast, having a fully vegan feast is as easy as it is delicious – and we’ve got plenty of ideas to spark inspiration.