10 Delicious Vegan Foods You Can Find Using Pointy

Whether you are interested in discovering new Vegan foods or simply where you can buy something you already like, the Pointy app can help. Simply search the name of a product and it will show you the shops near you that sell it.  Check it out here!

The list below is some of our favourite vegan foods that can be found using Pointy.

1. Tofutti Dairy Free Cream Cheese
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This dairy free cream cheese is perfect for spreading on a bagel, using in dips or for baking. It also contains half the calories and fat of dairy-based cream cheese so no need to feel guilty about piling an extra layer of it on your bagel!

2. Vego Whole Hazelnut Chocolate Bar

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If you’re looking for a vegan-friendly alternative to Nutella then the Vego Bar will be right up your alley. Loaded with whole hazelnuts and hazelnut paste, it has the same great taste as your favourite chocolate spreads without the dairy.

3. Plamil Egg Free Mayonnaise

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This is a perfect alternative to ordinary mayonnaise and great for anyone with an egg allergy as well as vegans. It comes in a variety of different flavours and is a good dressing option for anyone trying to lower their cholesterol.

4. Booja Booja Dairy Free Ice Cream

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This dairy free 4 ingredient ice cream is to die for. Made with cashew nuts, agave syrup, cocoa and water, it’s the perfect substitute to dairy-based ice creams. It’s got a gorgeous creamy and smooth texture and unlike many other dairy free ice cream alternatives, it contains no added sugar. I recommend trying the Hunky Punky Chocolate flavour – it’s delish!

5. Nua Naturals Hot Chocolate

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This organic hot chocolate is made with raw cacao powder and naturally sweetened with coconut palm sugar. Not only does it taste delicious but it’s also packed full of antioxidants. Add two spoonfuls to your favourite milk for a yummy hot chocolate treat.

6. Synerchi Live Kombucha

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This Donegal brewed kombucha drink is a must buy for anyone with digestive health problems such as bloating and discomfort after eating. SynerChi is full of live probiotics which help to boost your gut health and it’s also 100% vegan friendly. The raspberry and rosehip flavour is a personal favourite.

7. Moo-Free Chocolate Easter Eggs

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Looking for a vegan friendly Easter treat? Well look no further.  The Moo Free Easter egg is made with a rice powder base making it one of the few milkless ‘milk’ chocolates that is also soya-free.  I recommend trying the bunnycomb easter egg which is infused with dairy free honeycomb toffee.

8. Meridian Free From Cooking Sauce

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These sauces are a kitchen cupboard staple for me. They’re perfect if you’re making dinner in a hurry and they taste really good. They’re also wheat, gluten and dairy free so they’re a great choice for coeliacs as well as vegans. Give the Korma cooking sauce a try – you won’t be disappointed.

9. Sun Warrior Vegan Protein

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This 100% raw plant based protein is non-GMO and gluten free. It’s processed to be easily digested and has a considerably high absorption. It comes in a variety of delicious flavours and is loaded with antioxidants and a variety of essential nutrients.

10. BFree Wheat & Gluten Free Bread

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Not only is this bread range gluten free, it’s also wheat, dairy, egg, nut and soy free, making it the perfect choice for vegans. They have everything from wraps to rolls to fajita kits and are constantly adding new products to the line. The texture is so soft and not crumbly, you won’t even notice there’s no wheat!

You can WIN the products in this list!

To be in with a chance of winning all of these products download the app and search for ‘tofu’.

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