Vegan Sausage Rolls for People Who Don’t Know What Greggs Is
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You may or may not have heard that the UK’s favourite bakery chain Greggs just launched its first vegan sausage roll.

Besides a few critics (we’re looking at you Piers Morgan), the snack – which features Quorn meat filling, 96 layers of animal-free puff pastry, and maximum taste – won the public over, selling out in several locations, and prompting Greggs to expand the vegan option to all of its 1800 stores.

It’s official; vegan sausage rolls are so in right now. But if you don’t know what Greggs is or how to get your hands on the plant-based dish, here are seven other ways you can enjoy a vegan sausage roll.

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7 Vegan Sausage Rolls for People Who Don’t Know What Greggs Is

1. Vegan Sausage Roll Recipe

Don’t live near a Greggs? Try making your own version! This recipe by A Crunchy Carrot includes beans, walnuts, and ground flaxseed, providing protein, omega-3, and fiber. A handful of herbs packs a punch of flavor, leaving you satisfied and craving more (which is fine, since you can just keep making them).

View the recipe here.

2. Hot for Food Vegan Comfort Classics

This cookbook features 101 vegan comfort food recipes to “feed your face” – including a mouthwatering sausage roll recipe. But it doesn’t stop there. Created by YouTube personality Lauren Toyota, this book could have you whipping up plant-based Philly cheesesteak, mac ‘n’ cheese, and fried chicken in no time.

You can buy this book online.

3. London’s OXO Tower Afternoon Tea

Since the demand for plant-based food isn’t slowing down, venues all over Britain are getting involved. London’s OXO Tower restaurant even introduced a vegan afternoon tea package. The package includes scones with dairy-free clotted cream, vegan cheese sandwiches, and chestnut and mushroom meat-free sausage rolls.

OXO’s Vegan Afternoon Tea is only available this month. Learn more here.

4. Fry Family Food Company

Fry Family Food Company, or Fry’s, has been paving the way for meat-free eating for more than 30 years. Originally based in South Africa, Fry’s is now available in the UK, Australia, the U.S, among other countries. As well as plant-based sausage rolls, Fry’s offers a load of other food like vegan prawns, burgers, schnitzel, nuggets, and chicken strips.

You can buy Fry’s sausage rolls online.

5. Gluten-Free Sausage Rolls

If you’re gluten-free and vegan, you don’t have to miss out. This recipe features puff pastry made from coconut oil and ground almonds with plant-based sausage made from onion, garlic, mushroom, white beans, and walnuts. According to recipe creator Rhian’s Recipes, the dish is herby, healthy, crispy, and filling – serve hot or cold, it will still taste great.

See the recipe here.

6. Wicked Kitchen

If you’re based in the UK but not a fan of Greggs, Tesco may be your best bet. The leading supermarket chain stocks an impressive array of products from its vegan Wicked Kitchen range, including lasagne, spaghetti bolognese, vegan meat sandwiches, and, you guessed it, sausage rolls. Plus, per gram, these bad boys contain more protein than Greggs’ vegan and meat sausage rolls.

You can purchase Wicked Kitchen products at Tesco. Or, if you’re a fan of Wicked Kitchen’s food but prefer to make your own, you can buy its cookbook right here.

7. Linda McCartney

Vegan and vegetarian food brand Linda McCartney has been pioneering the meat-free movement for years. The company’s vegan sausage roll includes a Vegetarian Cumberland Sausage-Style filling with soya protein, wrapped in a flaky puff pastry. It contains a heap of protein and fiber but no cholesterol, making it the comfort food of dreams.

You can buy this dish online.

Image Credit: A Crunchy Carrot

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