8 Vegan options from Pret A Manger you can pick up for lunch
Pret A Manger has a tasty new menu with a wider range for vegetarians and vegans after a high demand. With many people vowing to go Vegan as a New Year’s Resolution, not to mention the millions that already exist, I’ve picked out eight delicious Pret-A-Manger vegan dishes for you to try and even pick up for your lunch break.
Pret’s Coconut Porridge – £2.65
Contains gluten-free jumbo oats, red quinoa, coconut milk and coconut water. A naturally good start to your day. Also dairy free.
Pret’s Greens & Grains Soup – £3.45
Contains spinach, petit pois, onion, broccoli, leek, cavolo nero, garlic, brown rice coconut cream, quinoa, buckwheat pumpkin seeds, rapeseed oil, quinoa, vegetable, bouillon, salt, basil, lemon zest and black pepper. A vibrant soup packed with goodness and is also free of gluten and dairy.
Cauliflower & Chickpea Dhal – £3.45
Contains cauliflower, green chickpeas, onion, yellow split peas, split lentils, carrot, tomato, coconut, ginger, garlic, cumin, coriander, paprika, turmeric, cardamom, black onion seeds, chilli, coconut, lemon juice. A flavoursome dhal soup that is again dairy and gluten free.
Spiced Corn and Quinoa Soup – £3.45
Contains Sweetcorn, cauliflower, onion, carrot, lime juice, red quinoa, garlic, rapeseed oil, salt, coriander, yellow chili powder, cumin and turmeric. This Peru inspired spiced soup is another item which is dairy and gluten free.
Apple and Pomegranate Overnight Oats – £1.99
Contains gluten-free oats, apple, pomegranate seeds, cinnamon, almond milk and apple juice which are soaked overnight ready for a delicious quick breakfast.
Pret Mango Chia Pot – £2.25
Contains Dairy-free coconut yoghurt, chia seeds, mango, pomegranate seeds and apple juice. This is a perfect treat for any sweet tooth.
Rainbow Veggie Pot and Asian Greens Veggie Pot – £2.25 and £2.49
Pret has released three new veggie pots, which two are suitable for vegans. The Asian Greens Veggie Pot contains avocado, peas, edamame, Asian-inspired poke dressing,coriander, lemon juice and sesame seed mix while the The Rainbow Veggie Pot contains humous, chantenay carrots, radishes and mustard cress, making both of them perfect little snacks for on-the-go.
I’m so excited for my next trip to Pret, where I have every intention of trying some of these delicious new choices on the menu. For more choices and other diet options such as vegetarian, gluten and dairy free, make sure you visit the Pret website.
Have you tried any of these Pret-A-Manger vegan choices yet? Which one seems most appealing to you?
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