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Veganuary has really boomed in the last few years, with thousands of people joining in and deciding to go vegan for the first month of the new year. If you’re taking part in Veganuary this year, you might be stuck for tasty vegan snacks to replace your usual cravings. There are countless options when it comes to vegan meal planning, with food and drinks that taste just as good as your old favourites (if not better!) Check out the amazing alternates that I will be adding to my diet for the rest of the year.


One of the toughest snacks I knew I was going to miss was chocolate but Hip, which is a plant-based range of “chocolate” bars is so smooth and creamy, you would never know they are plant-based and made from oat milk. Hip has so many oat-milk-based options including Salted Caramel, Cookies No Cream and White Berry Birch - yum!

Craving a glass of fizz this Veganuary? I was unaware that most alcohol isn't vegan, so I had to get on the search for a replacement as I only doing Veganuary, not Dry January! ThinK’s best-selling Prosecco is not only completely vegan but also contains fewer calories than other options. Perfect for those also on a January health kick.

If you’re looking to give your immune system a helping hand, try Tumeric Co.’s vegan turmeric shots that naturally help reduce inflammation and boost energy. I found these great for giving you a boost, whilst adding loads of health benefits to your diet.

When it comes to peanut butter, Meridian is winning that race by containing no added sugars or salts. Each jar is packed with nutrients and only contains one ingredient, nuts. Satisfy your cravings with smooth or crunchy completely palm oil-free vegan peanut butter.

The rumours are true, a lot of vegan food can be really bland. It was my biggest challenge when preparing vegan meals to capture the same flavours you normally do with non-vegan food. Holy Lama Spice Drops were a great addition to add that intense flavour to your meals.

Rollagranola is that perfect, incredibly tasty handcrafted granola packed with fruit, nuts and gluten-free oats. All ingredients are simple and of the highest quality, making everything nice and natural and filled with loads of health benefits. They really work hard on the formula to make sure it doesn’t include nasties. This was a favourite of mine in the evenings as a dessert with vegan cream, vegan honey and coconut flakes - who said granola is just for breakfast?!

This vegan frozen food brand will be key in your weekly meal prep. Offering a range of ready-to-cook products that takes only 30 minutes or less to cook, Goodlife provides your easy, daily dose of vegan nutrition.

I can’t deny, I’ve got a sweet tooth! And with vegan sweets I didn’t know where to start, but Hamper has got you covered with a range of tasty delicious vegan treats. Their vegan sharing hamper includes a number of amazing vegan brands, making it the perfect gift or even to share with a loved one. Highlights include the coconut cacao popcorn and the bottle of bubbles!

Jackfruit is a hero in the vegan world, known for its meat-like texture and amazing ability to absorb flavours. Tropical Sun has done all the hard work of preparing so you don’t have to, making it ready to eat, whenever you are ready to eat it!

NOMO has launched the Caramelised Biscuit Chocolate Bar just in time for Veganuary, and it's not to be missed.Another great vegan chocolate brand to cater to your sweet tooth.

VFC aka Vegan Fried Chick*n was created to fight against extreme industry factory farming of chickens. VFC is focused on creating plant-based chicken products that are so close to the real deal, and they have spent a lot of time perfecting the recipe from their crispy coating to intense flavours. And to top things off, they have just launched their spicy range, which happens to be my favourite! Happy animals, a happy planet, and happy humans!


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