12th of September 2014

Some of the things I am loving at the moment:

♥ Kelly’s Hearty Food. I barely had a chance to blog about these and they have already disappeared off the shelves. I’ve only managed to try the teriyaki chicken so far, but they did have a whole range of actually exciting sandwiches (no mention of hummus!) which were all Vegan Society approved. I picked mine up at As Nature Intended, they are hoping to be back in shops soon so keep those eyes peeled!

Kelly's Hearty Foods

Amy’s Kitchen. We were very kindly sent some vouchers to try out some of Amy’s Kitchen products. I’ve been eating their mac and cheese for yonks, and usually buy a few at a time to keep in the freezer (I like to add broccoli and spinach), but this gave me the incentive to look out for their other vegan products. At Planet Organic I managed to locate their vegan lasagne, both use Daiya cheese and I would be sooooo happy if the regular supermarkets stocked these dairy free versions as it’s quite common to see their gluten free ranges now.

Amy's Kitchen

Amy's Kitchen lasagne

♥ Gujarati food. My love affair continues…


{ Dabeli }

 ♥ Lifefood chocolate cookies with cashew cream. Raw Oreos, will wonders never cease??

Lifefood chocolate cookies with cashew cream

Lola’s Cupcakes. They have listened to customer demand and added a vegan cupcake to their menu *high five*. Apparently two more flavours are on the way. I picked mine up for Cannon Street station, I am not sure if all locations stock them at the moment, but I did like that they are not overtly labelled as vegan on the menu board so some unsuspecting carni’s could be enjoying a vegan cupcake without even knowing it!

Lola's Cupcakes

♥ Tanya’s Cafe. I have been dying to go here for ages, but my vegan eating partners and I just couldn’t get a date together. So I ventured down there by myself early yesterday morning and now I can’t wait to go back and try the evening menu.

Tanya's Cafe, Chelsea

{ Rawtella un-toast. Soft raisin bread, cacao hazelnut spread, mulberries }

Tanya's Cafe, Chelsea

{Cashew cheddar quiche. Almond crust, sun dried tomato and herb salad }

♥ Leon. I rediscovered Leon recently and literally within a few weeks they launched their milk free shake range. It was a lot smaller than I thought it was going to be, but it actually turned out to be the perfect amount.


{ Leon chocolate milk free shake (I clearly have rediscovered Pilpel recently too…) }

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