The new year is the perfect opportunity to try something different.
Many opt to overhaul their diets and bring in new lifestyle changes.
And over the past few years, Veganuary has become increasingly popular.
For the first month of the year, many people challenge themselves to cut out all meat and animal products from their diet.
The annual diet means that this time of year is the best time to find new vegan products in the supermarkets.
From pies, to ‘fish’ cakes and even ‘steaks’, there are plenty of vegan alternatives.
Here are the top vegan products from each major supermarket you should try this Veganuary:
ASDA Vegan Moroccan Style with Red & Brown Tagine Rice
Moroccan food is known for being wholesome and flavourful and Asda has some delicious vegan meals.
This tagine is made from a mixture of grains and vegetables.
It is fully vegan and free from artificial colours or flavours.
ASDA Plant Based Meat-Free Mince
Included in its own brand range, Asda has its own mince alternative.
This meat free mince is made from soy, barley and vegetables, and is Gluten Free as well.
It can be cooked in the same way as normal mince and is high in protein.
ASDA Vegan Meat Free Steak & Gravy Puff Pastry Pie
If you enjoy a pie, you can rely on Asda for a vegan version.
This meat free steak and Gravy pie is made from vegan ingredients and is certified by The Vegan Society.
Find out what’s on in your area below:
Tesco Plant Chef 4 Vegetable Burgers
If you want to treat yourself to a burger night, but still want to keep it vegan, Tesco has an alternative.
The Tesco Plant Chef 4 Vegetable Burgers are perfect in a vegan roll.
They are loaded with veg, and rated quite highly.
Tesco Plant Chef Mushroom Cottage Pie
Cottage Pie is a great winter warming food.
Luckily for those doing Veganuary, Tesco has a meat free version.
It is made from mushrooms, beans and lentils in sauce topped with potato.
Tesco Plant Chef No Steak Pie
Vegan pie lovers will be happy to find out that Tesco has a meat free steak pie.
Inside the pie you will find wheat based protein in a rich gravy.
The pastry is also vegan.
Sainsbury’s Deliciously Free From Original Coconut Based alternative To Soft Cheese
Sainsbury’s has a few alternatives to cheese for vegans.
This one is made from coconut oil and soya protein.
It can be used just the same as regular soft cheese and is reviewed very well.
Sainsbury’s Love Your Veg! Rainbow Vegetable Stew & Dumplings
Lots of people love a stew in the winter to warm up.
Sainsbury’s is selling a vegan vegetable stew so those doing Veganuary can enjoy one too.
Even the dumplings are vegan as they are made from spinach.
Sainsbury’s Love Your Veg! Chilli Bean Non Carne & Rice
Chilli lovers will be thrilled to know that you can buy a vegan alternative.
This Chilli Bean Non Carne by Sainsbury’s is made from red kidney beans, black eyed beans and black turtle beans with red pepper in a chilli spiced tomato sauce.
It come with rice and can be cooked in the microwave or oven.
Morrisons V Taste Cumberland Sausage
Morrisons sells a vegan versions of Cumberland sausages.
They are made from mushrooms with Dried Parsley and Cracked Black Pepper.
They are also gluten free so perfect for many different food allergies or intolerance.
M V Taste Breaded Fish Fillets
If you are giving Veganuary a go, you will also have to stop eating fish.
Morrisons has its own version of breaded fish.
They are made from flakes of fava bean and rice in golden breadcrumbs.
Morrisons Vegan Taste No Meatballs
These no meat – meatballs come rated highly.
Made from soya protein, they can be used in tomato sauces to make the family favourite.
They also cook similarly to meat ones so are easy to make alongside.
Plant Kitchen no-chicken kiev
Marks and Spencer has launched a new no-chicken kiev.
It is made from soya protein with an oozing garlic filling.
The kievs are also coated in breadcrumbs.
Plant Kitchen melt-in-the-middle no-fishcakes
M&S has also launched new vegan friendly no-fishcakes.
They are made from rice protein and have a garlic centre and bread crumb coating.
Plant Kitchen posh dogs
If you are a fan of hotdogs, M&S has a product for you.
Its Plant Kitchen posh dogs are completely vegan.
Made from mushrooms, soya, caramelised onions and a hint of black pepper they would be perfect for a treat.
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No Meat No Chick Southern Fried Strips
Southern fried vegan food lovers will love the selection at Iceland.
These No Chick Southern Fried Strips are completely plant based.
They are made from Rehydrated Textured Flavoured Vegetable Protein.
No Bull Mushrooms Steaks
Iceland has made it possible to enjoy a vegan steak and chips.
These No Bull Mushrooms Steaks would be perfect with chips, onions and tomatoes.
As the name suggests, they are made mostly of mushroom.
No Cheese Mediterranean Garden Pizza
Pizza is likely to be a food those doing Veganuary are worried they will miss.
However, Iceland has a vegan friendly pizza.
It uses lots of veg and no cheese.