Veganism

73 Things Vegans Can Still Eat: Snacks

Nearly every non vegan I have spoke to about veganism has said to me “I could never go vegan, I love food too much”. Well, me too my friend, me too. In fact, I have never loved food as much as I do now that I’m vegan. I used to be such a picky eater, but now I will try anything and 9 times out of 10, I will enjoy it. 

I understand what some of these people mean though, and that a lot of people are not actually aware of the food they can still eat whilst being vegan. They are under the impression that veganism is all about the grass, and not about the chocolate. Drool. Before I ever even thought about going vegan myself, I always thought a vegan diet was so restrictive and had to be super healthy. Boy, was I wrong! I still eat a lot of my favourite foods now, because they are accidentally vegan. Which is awesome for me! 

Accidentally vegan products are things that were not made with the intention of being vegan, however they do not contain any animal products or byproducts in them, which means that they are suitable for vegans to enjoy. 

I thought I would share with you some of the foods that are accidentally vegan, foods that you will probably already be eating, to show you how you do not have to miss out on any of the good stuff whilst living a vegan lifestyle. Also, to any vegans reading this who aren’t quite sure what they can still eat and what they can’t. The lists will be split over two posts, this being the first post covering snacks, and the second post covering all other kinds of food. 

  1. Starburst
  2. Millions
  3. Haribo – Sour Rainbow Strips, Sour Rainbow Twists
  4. Flying Saucers
  5. Love Hearts
  6. Polo Mints Original
  7. Jelly Tots
  8. Sherbet Fountain
  9. Skittles
  10. Cadbury Bournville Plain Chocolate
  11. Green & Blacks – Dark Chocolate, Hazelnut & Currant, Ginger, Maya Gold, Espresso, Spiced Chilli, Lemon, Mint
  12. Lindt Excellence –  70%, 85%  and 90% Dark Chocolate
  13. Elizabeth Shaw Mint Crisp Dark Chocolates
  14. Divine – Dark Chocolate Mint Thins, Dark Chocolate Ginger Thins, dark chocolate bars in various flavours
  15. Ritter Sport Marzipan
  16. Fry’s Chocolate Cream
  17. Marks and Spencer Veggie Percy in a Twist and Colin the Caterpillar Sour sweets
  18. Turkish delight (almost always vegan but do double check the label)
  19. Walkers – Salt & Vinegar, Ready Salted, Prawn Cocktail, Worcester Sauce, Crinkles Simply Sea Salted, Chipsticks Salt ‘n’ Vinegar Flavour
  20. Walkers Sensations – Lime & Coriander Chutney Poppadoms, Balsamic Vinegar & Caramalised Onion
  21. McCoy’s – Salt & Malt Vinegar, Ultimate Sea Salt & Black Pepper, Ultimate Sizzling BBQ Chicken, Ultimate Chargrilled Steak & Peri Peri
  22. Sunbites – Sweet Chilli, Original
  23. Pringles – Original, BBQ, Paprika, Smokey Bacon
  24. Hula Hoops – Original, Salt and Vinegar,
  25. Kettle Chips – Lightly Salted, Sea Salt & Balsamic Vinegar, Sea Salt & Crushed Black Peppercorns
  26. Kettle Tortilla Chips – Sweet Chili Salsa, Sea Salt
  27. Tyrrells Crisps – Lightly Sea Salted, Sea Salt & Cider Vinegar, Sweet Chilli & Red Pepper, Sea Salt & Black Pepper, Naked, English Barbecue, Red White & Blue
  28. Tyrrells Veg Crisps (all flavours apart from Crinkly Veg)
  29. Doritos – Lightly Salted, Chili Heatwave
  30. Tesco Bacon Rashers Snacks, Sainsbury’s Bacon Crispies and many other own brand bacon snacks
  31. Propercorn – Smooth Peanut & Almond, Lightly Sea Salted, Fiery Worcester Sauce & Sun-Dried Tomato, Sweet & Salty
  32. Metcalfe’s Skinny Popcorn  – Sweet ‘n Salt, Sea Salt, Wasabi Glaze, Cinema Sweet
  33. Butterkist – Sweet Cinema Style, Sweet & Salted, Microwave Popcorn Salted
  34. Lotus Original Caramelised Biscuits
  35. Fox’s Party Rings
  36. Fox’s Chunkie Cookies: Dark Chocolate
  37. Bourbon Biscuits – most supermarket own brand
  38. Oreo cookies
  39. Nairn’s Biscuits – Dark Chocolate Chip Oat, Stem Ginger Oat, Mixed Berries Oat, Fruit & Spice Wheat Free
  40. Crawford’s Pink Wafers
  41. McVitie’s – Ginger Nuts, Fruit Shortcake, Fig Rolls, Hobnobs, Chocolate Chip Hobnobs
  42. Mr Kipling – Apple & Blackcurrant Pies, Treacle Tart
  43. Duncan’s of Deeside Scottish Oatcakes – Family, Olive Oil, Wheat Free
  44. Jacob’s Cream Crackers
  45. Ritz Crackers
  46. Nairn’s – Rough Oatcakes, Fine Milled Oatcakes, Organic Oatcakes, Cracked Black Pepper Oatcakes, Gluten Free Oatcakes, Organic Herb Oatcakes, Mini Oatcakes, Gluten Free Herb & Seed Oatcakes
  47. Ryvita Multi-Seed Thins 
  48. Lotus Smooth Caramelised Biscuit Spread
  49. Peanut butter
  50. SunPat Choc-A-Nut Peanut Spread
  51. Tesco Bourbon Biscuit Spread
  52. Hershey’s Reese’s Shell topping
  53. Marmite Yeast Extract
  54. Clif Builder’s 20g Protein Bar – Chocolate, Chocolate Mint, Chocolate Peanut Butter
  55. Nākd bars – all flavours
  56. Ma Baker Giant Bars
  57. Trek – Peanut Power, Berry Burst, Original Oat Flapjack, Cocoa Chaos, Cocoa Coconut Flapjack
  58. 9bar – Peanut & Raisin, Apricot & Strawberry, Nutty, Original, Flax, Fruity, Chia Berry, Pumpkin, Almond & Raspberry, Peanut, Cashew & Cocoa, Hazelnut, Coconut, Raspberry
  59. Betty Crocker Cake Mix – Super Moist, Devil’s Food, Vanilla, Chocolate Swirl, Carrot Cake
  60. Jus-Rol Bake-It-Fresh Pain au chocolate (Most Jus-Rol pastries are vegan friendly – just be sure to check the label)
  61. Pot Noodle – Beef & Tomato, Bombay Bad Boy, Sweet & Sour, Brazilian BBQ Steak, Chilli Beef, Chinese Chow Mein, Piri Piri Chicken, Sticky Rib
  62. Batchelors Cup A Soup – Tomato, Tomato and Basil
  63. Heinz Cup Soup – Vegetable, Minestrone
  64. Bird’s Traditional Custard Powder
  65. Sainsbury’s Raspberry Jelly
  66. Co-op Jam Doughnuts
  67. Mr Kipling: Treacle Tart
  68. Lidl’s Bramley Apple Pies
  69. Belvita Breakfast ‘Tops’: Chocolate and Hazelnut
  70. Sainsbury’s Chicken Flavour Instant Noodles
  71. Guinness Rich Beef Chilli Thick Cut Potato Chips 
  72. Tesco Apple Strudel
  73. Tesco Chocolate And Hazelnut Filled Mini Churros

Of course, it is important to remember that because these products are not made with the intention of being vegan, the ingredients could change at any time. So it is super important to always check the labels.

Whether you are vegan or not, considering veganism or not, it is always nice to make compassionate choices. I also hope you learnt just how unrestricted veganism can be!

Enjoy your cruelty free snacking! I know I sure will. 

Peace & Love, Sian 

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