Accidentally vegan store cupboard items

Read Time:   |  24th February 2020

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From cereals to sauces, having a well-stocked cupboard at home can make it easier to stick to a vegan diet. Here are a few accidentally vegan favourites we like to have at home.


Accidentally vegan products

Morrisons Own Peanut Butter

The perfect healthy snack on the go, this nut butter is made of 100% peanuts and contains no added sugar, salt, artificial colours or flavours.

£1.78 per 340g.


Accidentally vegan products

Blue Dragon Pad Thai Noodle Kit

This quick and easy street food favourite contains tamarind, garlic, peanuts and shallots, inspired by
the vibrant tastes of modern Asia. Add in some fresh veggies and serve with a squeeze of lime.

£2.69 for 265g.


Accidentally vegan products

The Original HP Sauce

Indulge in the nation’s favourite sauce! Enjoy this fruity and tangy sauce with baked beans, on top of a burger, in a sandwich or more!

From around £1.50.

Accidentally vegan products

Branston Original Pickle

Bring your vegan cheese sandwich to life with the nation’s favourite pickle! Or why not add a spoonful to your savoury dishes to give a tangy taste?

Typically costs from £1.40 for a 100g jar from major supermarkets such as Tesco, Waitrose, Morrisons, etc.

Accidentally vegan products

Coop Strawberry Jam

Smother this storecupboard essential on toast for a quick-and-easy breakfast or snack. Plus great as a cake filling.

Price just 99p for a 454g jar.

Accidentally vegan products

Texan BBQ Cooking Sauce

If you’re after a quick and easy meal, stir this sauce into a veg stir fry or drizzle over cauliflower florets before baking.

£1.70 for 200g.

Accidentally vegan products

Nestlé Coco Shreddies

If you like to start your day with a bit of a chocolate hit, Coco Shreddies will see you right.

£3.40 for 750g.

Accidentally vegan products

Choco Hoops

Just add a splash of your favourite plant-based milk to a bowl of these choccy cereal hoops for a great start to the day.

£1.05 for a 500g box at Lidl.

Accidentally vegan products

Amarilo hot sauce

A staple in Peruvian cooking, this chilli sauce will spice up your dinners.

£3 for 150ml at

Accidentally vegan products

Green Thai curry paste 

There’s no fish sauce in this handy paste, so it’s great for vegans!

£1.50 for 200g at Tesco

Accidentally vegan products

Yumello Nut Butters

With flavours like Salted Date Peanut Butter, these delicious spreads are perfect for breakfast or midday snacks.


Accidentally vegan products

Sweet & sour sauce

Bring your veggies to life with this handy stir fry sauce, made with pineapple, peppers and bamboo shoots   

59p for 500g at Aldi.

Accidentally vegan products

Chocolate Orange Almond Butter

We can’t get enough of the Pip & Nut range! It’s palm oil free and ideal on toast or for dipping Brazil nuts!

Itsu Satay Rice’Noodles

A great quick option for lunch on the go and these tasty noodles are also gluten-free!

£1.75 from most supermarkets

Chicago Town Garlic Dough Balls

These mouthfuls of garlicky goodness make a perfect side dish for a family dinner.

£2 from Morrisons 

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