Vegan folks know it, Aldi cares about us.
Don’t believe us? Just have a look at the official list of Aldi own label products… it’s a 28-page document!
And as a result of the grocery chain’s rising popularity, animal-friendly folks and clean eaters are storming to the vegan supermarket, looking for their next favourite treats, if not their frequent vegan goods and delights.
Feeling overwhelmed by the huge amount of items on their official list? We looked around Twitter, to search for people’s current Aldi obsessions, and we’re listing them all here!
Here are many Aldi favourites people on Twitter have raved about
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Masala Roast Cauliflower Sausages
Who doesn’t love a good sausage? Aldi’s Masala Roast Cauliflower Sausages are spiced with feature red onion, yellow split pea, brown rice, and garam masala. Feel free to pair them with steamed garlic rice or eat them wheat bread for a fuller meal!
Korean Inspired Veggiebabs
If you’re looking to try something new, then Aldi’s Korean Inspired Veggiebabs will satisfy your cravings. They taste very similar to kebabs only they’re—quite obviously—not meat. Made with sweet potatoes, rice, courgettes, and a blend of mushrooms, you’re going to enjoy relishing Asian-inspired flavors in every bite with these goods.
Potato salads are a staple in many vegan households. They’re rich in potassium, fiber, and Vitamin C, so it makes perfect sense why Aldi would include this in their vegan plant menu line. To make this treat more interesting, grab a glass of green juice, and enjoy it at room temperature, if not cold!
No one really needs a good reason to drink wine, so drink wine whenever you can! Made by Vicente Faria, Aldi’s leading wine favorite is made with indigenous Portuguese grapes! If you fancy a drink with a hint of spice and a whole lot of a flavourful fruity aroma, honey, get yourself a bottle right now, and indulge.
Do you want to have a nice homemade vegan dinner with this wine? Have a look at these vegan cookbooks for inspiration!
Succulent Plant-Based Patties
Vegan burger fans, rejoice! Aldi’s ‘I Am Vegan’ range now includes delectable succulent-plant based patties made with soy and pea protein. And unlike many vegan patties in the market today, this variant is seasoned with smoked salt to give it a chargrilled flavor, making it a perfect companion for baked fries and a fruit juice of your choice.
BBQ Jackfruit and Spicy No Chicken Burgers
If you think we’re done with vegan burgers on this list, you thought wrong. Other juicy renditions Aldi has for us in the patty department are BBQ Jackfruit and Spicy No Chicken Burgers. Reminiscent of thick and sweet caramelized regular patties, BBQ Jackfruit is strong and savoury and fills you up real quick when you’re starving. Soy protein, on the other hand, is equally delectable and makes for a great chicken meat substitute. With just the right amount of paprika powder, prepare to shed a tear or two when you immerse yourself in its zing.
We’re all suckers for good chips. Lucky for us, not all junk food-tasting treats are bad! Take these Veggie Puffs for example. Opposite the crisps you find in the grocery, this bag of chips are healthy, dairy-free, and light on the belly.
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One of their newer items on the menu, consumers are quick to compare Aldi’s Biscuit Spread to Lotus Biscoff. Coming in smooth and crunchy variants, Grandessa is quickly gaining the approval of Aldi’s new and faithful shoppers.
Oat milk has been around for a while now—and for good reason! Firstly, they’re completely whole grain, making them 100% plant-based. They’re also packed with a lot of fiber, B Vitamins, protein, and minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and iron. If you’re looking for an almond milk alternative, try Aldi’s Natur all.
Yellow Thai Curry
If you think Aldi has great vegan grocery items, wait until you try their heat-and-eat meals. Case in point, their Yellow Thai Curry. Made with red peppers, lentils, aubergine, brown and black rice, and spring onions, all smothered in Thai coconut-based curry sauce, this is the perfect dish you can take to school or work with you when you don’t have enough time to whip up lunch yourself.
Peanut Butter Ice Cream
Two of the things anyone can love the most are peanut butter and ice cream. That said, expect only the best with Aldi’s dairy-free Peanut Butter Ice Cream. With every box containing three ice cream sticks each, you’re sure to have your fill of a guilt-free dessert. Don’t be shy. Grab as many boxes as you can.
Stone baked Cauliflower Pizza
For the record, pizza parlours don’t normally serve Cauliflower Pizza. To the non-vegan, this may sound a little absurd if not too much. But truthfully, this is a snack anyone can enjoy! As one reviewer puts it, Aldi’s cauliflower pizza offering is “both bold and tasty.” Try it for yourself!
Some of the best purchases anyone can ever make from Aldi’s are their Soyummy vegan yogurts. Also available at 500ml tubs, these come in natural, vanilla, and blueberry flavours. If you’re a huge fan of dairy-free snacks and meals, you’re going to love this.
Aldi’s Mushroom Bolognese with Tagliatelle is perfect for vegan pasta lovers. Made with red onion, diced mushrooms, and a fusion of garlic and herb marinade, this dish is bound to remind you of traditional Italian flavours. To make for a fuller meal, take this with a salad on the side or a piece of garlic bread or two.
Just because you’re vegan doesn’t mean you have to give up sweets and candies altogether. If you’ve been searching for vegan candy for quite a while now, try Aldi’s Dominion Gummies. They’re some of the fruitiest vegan sweets you’ll ever find in all of the UK!