The Best Vegan-Friendly Stock Cubes And Pots
Stock is key to many of our favourite dishes — from risotto and paella, to pies and stews. But knowing which ones are vegan-friendly can be a minefield, so we’ve done the work for you. Here are our favourite vegan stock pots and cubes for all your culinary needs.
Vegan Knorr Products
This is a classic stockpot that’s vegan and always handy to have stocked in the cupboard. It’s also a great choice for any vegan and gluten-free foodies out there. There’s also a zero salt version in case you want to flavour your food creations with salt yourself.
These stock pots are also handy cubes to have — although there are half as many in a pack as the stock cubes, these are still worth the extra pennies, making your favourite meals robust and savoury.
For a hit of smoky flavour, add this smoked chilli and tomato stockpot to your dish. It’s deeply flavourful and works wonderfully with tomato-based dishes, such as casseroles, stews and chilis.
Vegan OXO products
If you want the flavour of beef without the beef itself, pop one of these vegan stock cubes into your next plant-based Shepherd's pie. With these cubes, you can get deep, meaty flavour packed into your dish and they taste exactly like the non-vegan OXO cubes, according to reviews.
These vegetable cubes from OXO do exactly what you want them to — give depth of flavour to your weekday meals. It’s very similar to the Knorr cube, however, it’s not also gluten-free.
Vegan Kallo products
Opt for these stock cubes for any soup, pasta and risotto recipes that you know would only be elevated by the deep, savoury flavour of mushrooms. It adds a meaty flavour to your favourite dishes and is balanced with a range of punchy herbs.
These cubes are liquid gold when attempting to make flavoursome soups and broths. It is sure to give your creations a hit of savoury flavour that’s well-rounded and meaty, making each mouthful of your dish a bomb of flavour.
By Toni Olukiran
Toni is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants, and when she’s not writing posts about everything from Jamaican cooking to vegan champagne, she’s making a Spotify playlist (she was at 200, at her last count) or playing tennis in the park.