Christmas may not be here yet, but the gifts are definitely rolling in early with Aldi’s upcoming release of its delicious new vegan holiday options. Sleigh what?!
Before we go any further, please note that per Yahoo!, these are Aldi U.K. holiday offerings which does not mean we won’t see these foods in the U.S. eventually—it just means we don’t know what Aldi has in store for us for the holidays just yet.
Anyway! Falling in line with its traditional budget-friendly product line-up, the brand will offer a holiday collection of vegan bites that will help you spruce up the table this season. Perfect for both vegans and meat-eaters alike, the lovely options include a soy-based vegan turkey for the main course that’s filled with a red pepper, cranberry, apricot, and pumpkin seed stuffing. To top it off, the turkey—again, sans meat—will have a barbecue-style glaze. Um, yum.
Don’t think for a second that’s all you’ll have to offer on your menu this year, though! Aldi will also include vegan cocktail sausages, veggie tempura nests, meatless pigs in a blanket, and meat-free spring rolls in their holiday line. Still not enough to convince you to pick up what they’re dishing out this year? You can also grab Thai roses—both yellow and red—made with a veggie filling and curry paste, all wrapped in a filo pastry.
To round it all up, Aldi is also introducing its Chocolate Orange Melt-in-the-Middle Pudding for dessert that features a dark chocolate sponge filled with an orange-flavored compote. Finally, the luxurious dessert is finished with a dark chocolate sauce and gold shimmer. Yes, please!
Thankfully, you won’t have to wait until December to give these items a try. The vegan food range will begin to roll out in U.K. stores beginning in September. Trust us, yule be sorry if you don’t give these a try.
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