For those of you who don’t know, I’ve recently become a Vegetarian!
A few months back, Feg and I began reducing the amount of meat we were eating; then when the new year arrived we decided it was the perfect time to take the plunge and commit to Vegetarianism full time.
This post is in collaboration with MK1 Shopping park and Marks and Spencers; and I am super excited to share my delicious discoveries with you.
If you’re reading this, maybe you’re considering taking the plunge into a vegetarian lifestyle? or maybe you’re just starting to dip those toes into a meat-free menu; either way it can be pretty overwhelming at first. But don’t fear! I’m here to share my thoughts as a new Veggie; and compile a shopping list that will help you stock the kitchen with yummy foods you’ll feel good about.
M&S are big on Vegetarian and Vegan recipes. Now, don’t get me wrong, I expected that they’d have a decent range, but I was totally blown away by the variety. Not only do M&S have their own Vegetarian range, they have recently released a new Vegan range called Plant Kitchen.
What is Plant Kitchen?
Whether you’re going veggie or just simply enjoy incorporating more plant-based foods into your diet; the new Plant Kitchen range makes it easy for you to have healthy, delicious meals, every day.
The dishes span from on-the-go sandwiches, quick-fix dinners (for those of us who hate cooking, but still want to eat healthy) and the new no-beef burgers!
We picked up 3 dishes from this range alone to try. The Cashew mac sounds like an absolute dream, with macaroni sauce, roasted chestnut mushrooms and a paprika crumb topping. I know for a fact, I will be in a nutty, cheese filled heaven.
You foodies with a keen eye; yep, you read that right. Dirty fries! Topped with a rich tomato and bechamel sauce and a tasty cheese alternative. This dish is giving me serious Camden street food vibes.
For the more traditionalists among you, rest assured. They have the classics covered too. (Think spag bol, lasagne and pizza!)
I’ve created a downloadable template for you to use, plus a checklist with my top Veggie (and Vegan) picks from M&S.
Simply click on the download button and the PDF will begin to download onto your desktop; ready to print and take with you on your next food shop.
Hopefully it will provide you with some inspiration of what to try from both their original Veggie range and the new plant kitchen range. Honestly, with alternatives as tasty as these, I honestly don’t miss meat, at all.
Thank you for reading! I hope you enjoyed this post. I am planning on creating more food-based content; so if you’re a foodie, subscribe to my blog to get notified when I next upload!
Until next time. Love,