If you’re not careful, breakfast can turn into the same thing every day- and you will probably get bored and uninspired by your choice of food in the mornings. Here are some vegan alternatives that are way more exciting than toast. 

Oatmeal

Oatmeal

The Great British Porridge Co

Looking for a healthy, delicious and nutrient-packed breakfast to kick-start your day? Then tuck into the new instant porridges from the Great British Porridge Co.

Naturally sweet, vegan, dairy and gluten free, the Great British Porridge Co's range of delicious, 100% natural instant porridges are high in protein and fibre and full of natural goodness, making breakfast even easier and more nutritious.

Crammed with the best, ethically-sourced fruit, nuts and seeds, as well as British wholegrain oats, these naturally-delicious porridges come in three nutritious flavours: Goji Berry & Pumpkin Seed, Blueberry & Banana and Strawberry & Peanut Butter.

Whipping up a delicious hot and wholesome breakfast couldn't be easier. Simply tear open the pack, add boiling water and in just 60 seconds you can tuck in!

Made in small batches near the sea in Sussex, The Great British Porridge Co. is aiming to revitalise the porridge category, offering something that's naturally sweet and full of wholesome, real ingredients; perfect for today's health- conscious but time-poor consumers.

Available in Harvey Nichols, selected retailers nationwide, as well as online at Yumbles and www.thegreatbritishporridgeco.co.uk. All Great British Porridge Co. products are suitable for vegans and those following a dairy or gluten free diet. They contain no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.

Deliciously Ella's Breakfast Range 

Deliciously Ella’s New Breakfast Range: Original Granola, Nutty Granola and Bircher Muesli will be available in Waitrose and Ocado from 26th July - RRP: £3.99.

Pip and Nut 

The Limited Edition Chocolate Coconut Hazelnut Butter (RRP. £3.95) , Crunchy Peanut Butter (RRP. £2.30) and Crunchy Almond Butter (RRP. £3.95) launch at Sainsbury’s, Whole Foods and Ocado.com in June.  

MOMA Coconut & Chia Porridge

£1.49 for a 60g pot, stocked in Sainsbury’s, Waitrose and Ocado.

Dorset Cereals Bircher Muesli Raspberry and Blackcurrant 

Of The Earth Power Pots

For more details visit www.otesuperfoods.com. Now available from Amazon, Planet Organic, direct from the OTE website and local health stores.

Orgran, Quinoa Porridge

Made with quinoa and a blend of wholegrain, the range consists of 7 sachets, perfect for work and keeping at your desk. RRP: £4.99 sold at Ocado (online).

Lizi's Granola 

Lizi's Granola is available in all major supermarkets.

Pollen and Grace 

Cherry and almond compote with a creamy coconut porridge. Gluten free oats and toasted almond flakes make this a filling, healthy breakfast choice which is rich in fibre and low GI. £3.95

Hooba No Meat Sausage

Perfect for vegans, vegetarians or simply those looking to cut down on their meat consumption, Hooba’s products are made entirely from a blend of exotic mushrooms (grown right here in the UK) that look and taste just like meat.

Dorset Cereals Ultimate Adventures Collection 

For more information on Dorset Cereals please visit: https://www.dorsetcereals.co.uk.

Fuel 

CHUNKY GRANOLA

FUEL10K granola is an awesome energy provider with protein, fibre and vitamins all there to make your day a little easier to handle. RRP £2.69. Stockists include ASDA and Tesco.

PROTIBRICK

Our super-sized cereal biscuits are packed with vitamins and high in protein, iron and tons of fibre as well as being 100% wholegrain wheat. RRP £2.69. Stockists include ASDA, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons.

Original Porridge Sachets

Cherry and Berry Spelt Flakes 

Sharpham Park, the champion of British spelt, is delighted to announce the launch of Cherry & Berry Spelt Flakes. Bursting with cherries, raspberries and blackberries, the flakes are full of flavour and a good source of slow release energy; a delicious breakfast for the whole family to enjoy. This tempting new cereal is available in Waitrose and online at www.sharphampark.com now.


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