Whether you’re self-isolating or on regular lockdown, getting food delivered to your door is a great way to enjoy tasty animal-friendly treats while staying safe. Many restaurant chains are offering contact-free delivery with cashless payments – and independent vegan businesses also need your support. Staying in just reached a whole new level of satisfying.
Sometimes, there’s nothing better than putting your feet up and chowing down on a delicious ready meal. With its range of 100% vegan comfort-food dishes like Mac + Greens, Tempeh Rendang Curry, and Smoky Soul Chilli, Allplants ticks all the boxes.
This vegan supermarket offers an impressive array of goodies online, including top products such as Vego chocolate bars, Mouse’s Favourite Camembert Style cheese, and Tofurky Smoked Ham Style Deli Slices – perfect for adding some zing to your lunch. Vegan cosmetics, household products, and companion-animal treats are also available.
What could be better than vegan fine dining from the comfort of your home? Gauthier Soho offers a box of nine gourmet plant-based dishes for up to four people for £75. The boxes can be delivered nationwide, there’s a wine or champagne option for that special occasion, and the menu changes weekly.
Popular healthy fast-food chain LEON has adapted to the pandemic by converting its branches into mini-supermarkets and offering home delivery via Uber Eats and Deliveroo. Its Vegan Family Meals box is cheaper than the meat-based option and contains ready meal versions of three plant-packed dishes – Brazilian Black Beans, LEON Gobi, and the new Coconut, Jackfruit, & Lime Curry – accompanied by brown rice.
Stock up on delicious meaty seitan, which tastes great sliced in a sandwich and is ideal for a hearty stew. LoveSeitan’s range includes Smokey Dokey – infused with smoked paprika to give it a bacon flavour without butchering any pigs – Chilli & Garlic, and Funky Chyck’n.
Get your choccy fix with Moo Free’s range of vegan milk chocolate bars, which includes Cinder Toffee, Cheeky Orange, Minty Moo, and Crunchy Banana flavours. Celebrate Easter with one of its organic eggs, such as the Sea Salt & Caramel variety.
Papa John‘s range of vegan options keeps on growing – the chain even has a chief vegan officer! You can order for home delivery via its website, Uber Eats, Deliveroo, or Just Eat. Try the Vegan Sausage & “Pepperoni“ or Vegan Sheese Hot Pepper Passion pizza with a side of Cauli Wings, and Vegan Sheese & Marmite Scrolls. For dessert, you can choose from Ben & Jerry‘s dairy-free ice cream and Cinnamon Scrolls.
Pizza Hut Restaurants
Enjoy a pizza and movie night with home delivery from Pizza Hut Restaurants via Uber Eats, Deliveroo, or Just Eat. Tuck into any of your animal-friendly favourites – we love the Vegan Pepperphoni – which are now available with a first-of-its-kind vegan stuffed crust featuring Violife dairy-free cheese. And don’t forget to order that side of Southern Fried Nuggets.
Selling vegan food and drink as well as household, beauty, and baby products, this is your one-stop shop for your lockdown needs.
VBites will ship its huge range of vegan cheese and meats to your doorstep. Try the Meat-Free Turkey Roast, Premium V-Mega Burgers, Fishless Steaks, and Pepperjack Style Cheezly.
Veggies is a worker co-operative that offers low-cost or free vegan food at festivals, animal rights demonstrations, and other events, and you can order its products online. Its affordable plant-based burger and sausage mixes are rated a “best buy” by the Ethical Consumer Research Association, and they’re perfect to have on hand for making your own vegan sausage rolls.
Vibrant Vegan Co.
Need more great ready meals to stock your freezer? Try Vibrant Vegan Co.’s Chiang Mai Red Thai curry with jackfruit and sweet potato and a side of green quinoa or the Tofu Sriracha No-Meatballs with Korean rice noodles and gochujang sauce. Its offering includes high-protein, low-calorie, and gluten-free meals.
Searching for new ways to fill your free time? Try cooking something new. Explore our “Recipes” section for delicious, protein-packed, easy-to-make dishes:
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