The best vegan Christmas sandwiches and wraps for 2019

Read Time:   |  7th November 2019

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The season of festive feasting is well and truly upon us, so if you’re looking for a seasonal sarnie to spice up your lunchtime meal then take a look at these tasty vegan options you can find on the UK high-street. 

Boots Vegan Christmas Feast

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Boots Vegan Christmas Feast sandwich (£3.00) is a hearty sandwich filled with a roast vegetable stuffing, vegan mayonnaise, red cabbage and fried onions for a festive feast that is sure to banish those lunchtime cravings.

Wicked Kitchen Festive Feast

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A new festive sandwich will be joining the Wicked Kitchen range at Tesco in the form of the Festive Feast Wrap (£3). The wrap is filled with pea protein “turkey”, parsnips, crisp greens, traditional sage and onion stuffing with cranberry and creamy vegan gravy mayo all wrapped up in a soft, grilled tortilla.

Pret’s Christmas Sandwich 

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Pret’s chefs have created a special vegan stuffing that is combined with grilled carrots, crispy onion, caramelised pecans, spinach and a Port & orange cranberry sauce for a deliciously festive grab-and-go option.

Marks & Spencer’s Plant Kitchen Nutcracker Sandwich

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Marks & Spencer’s Plant Kitchen Nutcracker Sandwich (£3.50) features layers of sweet potato, chestnut and cranberry roast, butternut squash, cranberry chutney, pistachios and caramelised pecans with an almond butter vegan mayo dressing.

Sainsbury’s On The Go Vegan Christmas New Yorker

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Sainsbury’s On The Go Vegan Christmas New Yorker (£2.25) is an indulgent sandwich made from coconut cheese, gherkins and red cabbage, all topped with a generous helping of mouth-watering festive chutney.

Co-op Vegan Festive Feast 

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Co-op’s Vegan Festive Feast sarnie is filled with aarsnip fritter with cranberry slaw, toasted seeds and a sage and onion vegan mayo on cranberry and poppy seed bread.

Boots Vegan Christmas Market

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Boots Vegan Christmas Market sandwich (£3.00) is a filling sandwich that is stuffed with meat-free sausages, onion chutney, fried onions, mustard, cabbage and vegan mayonnaise.

PAUL Bakery All About the Sprout

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PAUL Bakery’s new festive vegan sandwich (£4.25) is ‘all about the sprout’ – literally! A colourful combination of houmous, roasted Brussels sprouts, spinach, pickled red cabbage, grilled carrots and chestnuts with orange jam and old English chutney, generously piled into a freshly baked cranberry, onion and sage baguette.

Starbucks Very Merry Vegan Wrap

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The new Very Merry Vegan Wrap with crumbled butternut squash fritters and roasted red cabbage, a vegan maple mustard mayonnaise in a beetroot wrap.

Waitrose Vegan No Smoked Salmon & Dill

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Perfect for festive feasting, Waitrose has launched a Vegan No Smoked Salmon & Dill sandwich (£2.80) featuring smoked and marinated carrot with lemon and dill, creamy vegan spread and mayonnaise with spinach leaves in sliced oatmeal bread.

Boots Vegan Smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese

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Following in the footsteps of Waitrose, Boots has created its own version in the form of its Boots Vegan Smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese Sandwich (£3.00) which contains seasoned smokey carrot strips and plant-based cream cheese.

Costa Veggies Under Vest

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Costa’s new vegan offering, the Veggies Under Vest, is filled with falafel and parsnip stuffing, carrot, cranberry sauce, vegan mayonnaise and fresh spinach.

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