The National Trust has launched a traditional vegan cream tea

Read Time:   |  12th November 2019

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The National Trust has just added a new homemade vegan cream tea to its café menu.

National Trust vegan cream tea

The National Trust, which owns over 500 heritage properties across the UK, has announced the launch of a vegan cream tea in its café menu.

The vegan cream tea features a plain scone and a dairy-free cream made with plant-based margarine and oat milk. The cafés also offer soya or oat milk for your tea.

Taking to Facebook to share the news, the National Trust wrote: “Introducing our new vegan cream tea. It includes everything you’d want in one of our home-made cream teas but made with plant-based ingredients, because scones are for everyone.

“You’ll find this new treat in the cafés at the places we care for and we’ll of course still be serving our traditional cream tea – even though your friends might want a bite of this one. All you’ll need to worry about is whether to go jam or cream first.”

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