Veganuary is over and done with but that does not mean that you should go back to using the same products you did before. During January, I tried and tested a range of vegan products to see which ones I would continue to use when the hype of Veganuary ended. Now just to be clear all of the items featured were sent to me to be included in this post but only those I actually recommend made the final cut.
Also, I wanted to let you know that I am not a Vegan but I am dairy free so I have really enjoyed finding new items to try. Learn more about meal replacement shake.
Mission Simply Good wraps are not only vegan but full of other goodness. The Sourdough and Linseed wraps were my favourites as they had a slightly different texture but my husband loved the Quinoa and Chia wraps. These wraps make a great tasty alternative to the plainer versions.
I am a sure fan of nut butters but some of them are full of sugar. This Organic Raw Almond butter from Indigo Nutrition is completely 100% raw, pure and free of any additives or preservatives. Organic Raw Almond Butter is high in Vitamin E and Minerals and is a fabulous alternative to other nut butters.
Peanut Hottie is a brand I have loved for a while but I had never tried the peanut butter powder before. This powder allows you to create peanut butter flavoured foods and drinks without all of the calories. This is great in cakes and protein shakes.
Although most dried pasta is egg free, Garofalo is available in a range of different types of pasta. All of the Garofalo pasta range is suitable for vegans and the quality of this dried pasta is the best I have ever tried.
If you are looking for a healthy vegan snack then look no further than the Energy Ball Recipe Kit. Each kit contains all of the ingredients that you need to make 30 energy balls along with an easy to follow recipes. The kits are available as a monthly subscription or as a one-off purchase.
My all-time favourite dairy-free/vegan snacks are made by Rhythm 108. If you have yet to try their biscuits or their chocolate bars then you really are missing out. Not all of the Rhythm 108 products are suitable for vegans so you do need to be careful which ones you choose but you will not regret giving them a try.
I was first introduced to Free From Fellows last year and I absolutely fell in love with them. These sweets are sugar free, gluten free and gelatine free. My favourites have to be the cola bottles but I like all of them and I don’t feel guilty letting the kids have them.
Booja-Booja chocolate truffles are a fantastic dairy free luxury chocolate available in a delicious range of flavours. These truffles are vegan, gluten and Soy free and are small squares of deliciousness. Booja-Booja also makes delicious dairy-free ice creams. These will definitely become a staple in my house.
Being Vegan means more than just not eating animal products, true vegans don’t want to use any animal products at all. Proudly Vegan is the only truly vegan wine available on the high street, right down to the glue and ink on the label.
The Childs Farm products are all Vegan and they all smell amazing. They have a huge range of products from wet wipes to hair care, suncream to bubble bath. All of the products are suitable for sensitive skin and come in child-friendly bottle designs.
Bio-D make a range of vegan cleaning products. They are environmentally responsible, ethically sound, hypoallergenic and all of the ingredients are either plant-based or naturally derived. This Multi Surface cleaner has done wonders around the house and cleans just as well as our old cleaning products which were full of all sorts of nasty chemicals.
As a non-vegan, I had no idea about the range of Vegan products available and Veganuary has helped to open my eyes to the small changes I can make to my shopping that will make a big impact to the world around me.