They are guaranteed to brighten up your plate for lunch or dinner as well as delight your tastebuds - and squeeze in some extra veggie goodness. Price: £3.75 from Waitrose, Ocado and Tesco. MadeGood granola bars are 100% vegan thanks to the syrup that binds the oats and are the first ever allergen free granola snack bar that's safe to eat in schools and workplaces! These nutritious fruit crisps come in some amazing flavours such as pineapple and beetroot. Choceur Mint Dark Chocolate Waves. Anna Whitehouse Spreads and Toppings. This Gingerbread Almond Butter Jar is the latest limited edition flavour from Pip & Nut. Price: £1.69 from Holland & Barrett, Amazon and LoveRaw. They come in sweet chilli, salt and vinegar and cheese flavour. Each pot is gluten-free, low-fat, and just 100 calories per pot. Bounce V Life Vegan Cashew & Peanut Protein Energy Balls is a peanut butter lover's dream! Price: £3.85 from Tesco, Ocado, Co-op, Waitrose and Holland & Barrett. NEIMY Erbology also makes nourishing and gut-friendly crackers in flavours such as Greek Olive and Garam Masala, as well as energy balls with unique ingredients including activated pumpkin seeds and raw Jerusalem artichoke. So we can add this to our list of accidentally vegan snacks available in the UK. Flavours such as chocolate fudge, Victoria sponge and zesty lemon make them perfect for anyone. Buy it here. It's national baking week between 14 and 20 October, meaning it's the perfect time to stock up. Weetabix. Handmade in Great Britain, the bars are palm oil free, sport 100% recyclable packaging and compostable inners made from wood pulp. If you want something quick and delicious, why not build your very own Planty box full of either six, eight, or ten plant-based meals. Vegan snacks, sweets, plat-based milks and cheese, meat substitutes and best stores to find vegan products. CoFresh Mixes. Biscuits and Cakes. Price: £3.25 from Holland and Barrett, Selfridges, Wholefoods and Planet Organic. One of the most popular biscuits in the UK, the humble Bourbon is often vegan friendly, but Tesco’s own version (called Bourbon Creams) is marked as such, so you are certainly safe with them. They might not be a snack on their own, but these stock cubes from Kallo can be added to your favourite soup. These Plant-Based frankfurters are made from mushroom, carrot and beetroot with a natural smoky flavour. Gluten free as well, they made a delicious choice for breakfast, lunch, an afternoon snack, or dinner! Creating simple, happy, no hassle mornings flavours include Black Forest Gateaux, Cacao and Raspberry, Caramel Crunch, Carrot Cake Batter and Pomegranate Fudge Cake. We've got a new snacking range! They come in packs of seven (110g/ RRP:  £1.95), but will also be available to order in 200g and 1kg quantities. Oatly's delicious oat milks are quickly establishing themselves as a firm staple in fridges across the country, and the brand have now launched their own yogurts. These clever little pots mix two breakfast staples - yogurt and porridge - together to make one tasty (and very healthy!) Coming in three distinctive flavours, Sweet Potato & Rosemary, Spinach, Red Pepper & Parsley and Beetroot & Apple, each bite is sugar, dairy, nut and additive-free, and suitable for vegans and low-calorie diets. Bursting with flavour, these delicious gyoza are not only a protein-rich substitute for anyone trying to reduce their meat intake, but also are an exciting addition to any meal. 99 Vegan Snacks That You Can Eat On-The-Go: UK Edition 1. Jubel feat. From an official weetabix source, they have confirmed that Oatabix, Weetabix chocolate, …