In the UK big brands are continuously coming on board to offer vegans something to eat as well. Marks and Spencer have launched their Plant Kitchen range, which offers vegan ready meals to the on the go consumer.
However, you can’t please everyone and some of their products haves been slammed by critics – such as their sweet potato biryani wrap as it doesn’t contain all the essential ingredients of a traditional ‘biryani.’
Whether you’re going veggie, trying to cut back on meat and dairy, or just trying to eat more plant-based foods, the new Plan Kitchen range aims to provide.
Offers in the Plant Kitchen include margarita and Jackfruit pizza’s with vegan cheese, ready to eat mushroom stroganoff, roast aubergines with harissa and delicious green Thai curry with vegetables.
Recently, Marks and Spencer have added the new Hoisin No Duck Wrap to their on the go offering, as well as no chicken Caesar salad.
Included in the dinner range, Marks and Spencer have produced other delights such as their no beef burger, made using soya mince and vegetables or their low calorie no pork sausage made with soy, salt and pepper.
Marks and Spencer also challenge anyone to trail they must-try snack, delicious cauliflower popcorn bites. These bad boys are coated in a fluffy batter that remain deliciously crisp whilst the cauliflower stays tender within after baking. Simply bake and serve with buffalo dip and cold beers.
Now with over 50 diverse and flavoursome choices available in the Marks and Spencer Plant Kitchen range, why not try them out?
*Images taken from M&S Website