Ever walked past your local Iceland and thought, ‘Nah, there won’t be anything vegan in there…’? You’re wrong! Iceland is actually full of excellent vegan options and we’re here to share some of our favourites. Lots of these products aren’t available in other supermarkets so it’s well worth popping in to stock up.
No Cheese Pizzas
Vegan pizza that doesn’t cost a fortune!! Choose from the No Cheese Italian Garden Pizza and the No Cheese Houmous Pizza. We’ve heard that these are tasty but a little watery — but at just £2 each they’re definitely worth a try.
Cadbury Bournville Orange Dark Chocolate
This Bournville Orange Dark Chocolate is delicious and only costs a pound! We’d definitely recommend stocking up if you’re a fan as we’ve only ever spotted this at Iceland.
No Bull Vegan Meat Range
The ‘No Bull’ range of products is completely vegan and has a dedicated fridge in most stores, as well as being available online.
Here’s what you can choose from:
- No Bull Jalapeño Burgers
- No Chick Crispy Fillets
- No Chick Chunks
- No Bull Meatballs
- No Bull Mince
- No Bull Sausages
- No Chick & No Porkies Paella
- No Bull Chilli and Rice
- Asian Burgers
- Tofu Vegetable Burgers
- Green Vegetable Balls
Priced between £1 and £3.50 this is way more affordable than most meat alternatives in other supermarkets.
Linda McCartney Vegetarian Sausages
These vegan sausages are a favourite of vegans everywhere, and they’re usually on offer for £1 at Iceland, so it’s definitely the best place to get them.
Zesty Bean Quinoa Steam Bags
These Zesty Bean Quinoa Steam Bags are a really easy lunch/side dish option and they’re nice and healthy! Iceland is actually much better for healthy options than you might think – you can also buy Frozen Cauliflower Rice Steam Bags.
Slimming World Free Food Vegetable Dhal and Chana Saag
Iceland Frozen for Freshness Mushroom Mix
This mushroom mix contains Oyster Mushroom, Button Mushrooms, Shiitake Mushrooms, Nameko Mushrooms, and Porcini Mushroom. We haven’t seen anything similar in other supermarkets and really like the look of this.
Is Iceland Good for Vegans?
Iceland is billed as the UK’s cheapest online supermarket and it has some really great vegan options that you can’t get anywhere else.
However, while you can find basics like soy milk, Iceland is lacking products like vegan cheese, yoghurt, mayonnaise, cake, etc — so it might not be the best place for your big shop.
We’d say it’s worth shopping at Iceland for specific products like the ones above. Since you only have to spend £35 to get free delivery, it’s feasible to do an online shop here every once in a while… even if you just buy 35 bars of Orange Bournville.
Do you shop at Iceland? What’s your favourite vegan find there?? Let us know below or on Twitter.
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