The vegan cheese board boasts a range of non-dairy cheeses including Wensleydale & Cranberry, Cheddar with Jalapeno & Chilli, Smoked Cheddar and Mild Cheddar
Morrisons has launched its first vegan cheese board as part of its plant-based Christmas range this year.
Its Plant Revolution Say Cheeze board, which is available now in Morrisons stores nationwide and online, costs £4.99 and serves approximately eight people.
It boasts a range of dairy-free cheeses, including Wensleydale & Cranberry, Cheddar with Jalapeno & Chilli, Smoked Cheddar and Mild Cheddar.
Morrisons has described it as ‘the perfect centrepiece for any Christmas celebration’, and recommends serving it with grapes and crackers.
Vegan cheese board
In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Madeleine Jones, Product Development Specialist at Morrisons, said the retailer is delighted to be extending its festive plant-based range with the board this year.
She said: ‘In response to customer demand we’ve been working hard to develop tasty new vegan twists on classic dishes, ensuring they taste great and shine on the dinner table.
‘We’re thrilled to be adding our vegan cheese board to our Christmas range for everyone to enjoy.’
The board joins Morrisons’ plant-based Christmas line, which features a range of dishes from starters to desserts.
They include its Best No Prawn Toast Baguette, Plant Revolution Beefless Wellington, and Best Vegan Chocolate & Salted Caramel Cheesecake among others.
Morrisons' Plant Revolution cheeseboard includes Wensleydale & Cranberry, Cheddar with Jalapeno & Chilli, Smoked Cheddar and Mild Cheddar - all for just £4.99. Image credit: Morrisons
Morrisons’ vegan Christmas range
Morrisons’ vegan Christmas range features around 10 festive products, with eight of them new for 2022.
According to the retailer: Working hard in our test kitchen, our team of chefs and product developers have once again been busy creating (and continuously tasting) to make every product perfect this year.”
Its new options include three show stopping mains.
They include the Plant Revolution Roast No Turkey Crown (£6.00, serves 3-4 people). This golden vegan turkey crown is made of wheat, soy and pea protein to give it a realistic taste and texture. It’s topped with parsley and sage vegan butter melt and finished with a horseradish and herb crumb.
Next is the Plant Revolution Beefless Wellington, this vegan twist on a classic British dish features a beef-style centre made of wheat, soy and pea protein and is topped with rich mushroom duxelles. It’s encased with flaky and golden pastry and finished with star embellishments.
The final showstopping main from the supermarket is the Plant Revolution Vegan Gammon Joint with a Maple and Orange Glaze (£6.00, serves 4).
This realistic ‘ham’ joint is made up of a blend of wheat, pea and soya protein and finished with a sticky maple and zesty orange glaze.
Are you starting to plan your Christmas meal? Get inspiration from these festive vegan roast dinner recipes