With supermarkets catering more and more to the growing vegan population, making the switch is becoming increasingly easier.
But did you know there are some products in the regular aisles at the supermarket that are vegan, accidentally?
So you can get your snack on and not feel like you’re missing out living a lifestyle sans meat, eggs and dairy.
- Cottees Thick & Rich Chocolate Flavoured Topping
- So Good Ice Cream
- Kellogg’s Coco Pops, Nutri-Grain, Corn Flakes, Rice Bubbles and Sultana Bran
- Arnott’s Lemon Crisp, Ginger Nut, Nice, Raspberry Shortcake and Chocolate Ripple Biscuits
- Oreos Original
- Whittaker’s Ghana Peppermint, 72% Cocoa Dark Ghana and Bittersweet Peanut Slab Chocolate
- Sweet William Chocolate Spread 60% Less Sugar
- Homebrand Chocolate & Vanilla Cake Mix
- Nanna’s Snack Lite Apple Pies 4 Pack
- Borg’s Reduced Fat Pastry Sheets
What’s the best thing to eat on a sweltering hot day? Ice cream generously drizzled with Chocolate Topping, of course. Cottees Thick & Rich Chocolate Topping is decadently sweet, with no milk in sight.
If you're asking where to find dairy-free ice cream to pour the Chocolate Topping over, then So Good have the answer -- with their creamy Vanilla Bliss and Chocolate Bliss Ice Creams made from soy milk.
The amount of classic Aussie breakfast cereals that are vegan is surprising and, quite frankly, it just makes us want to dig into a big bowl of Coco Pops.
If you thought shopping in your favourite biscuit aisle was a thing of the past, don’t fear because Arnott’s have a delicious range of accidentally vegan biscuits you can dip your tea into.
Although this one causes a bit of contention due to varying ingredients from country to country, everyone's favourite Original Oreo Sandwich Cookies sold in Australia can be enjoyed by those avoiding dairy and eggs.
Research shows a few squares of dark chocolate has great health benefits -- so now we have two reasons to eat chocolate, because these Whittaker’s dark chocolate varieties also happen to be milk free.
Speaking of chocolate, Sweet William’s Chocolate Spread is a great alternative to its dairy-laden counterpart, without sacrificing delicious chocolatey flavour.
Baking for a vegan friend or just feel like baking a cake for yourself? (Treat yo self.) Trusty Homebrand has come to the rescue with their Chocolate and Vanilla cake mixes -- just use an egg replacer (e.g. chia or flax egg) and your favourite dairy-free milk (soy, almond, oat, etc.)
What’s easier than throwing a few apple pies in the oven to enjoy with some Soy Good Ice Cream?
Feel like making your own pastry dish? You can still make your favourite pastry dinners and desserts thanks to Borg’s Reduced Fat Pastry Sheets. We like the sound of Chocolate Spread and strawberry tarts.