The Best Vegan Supermarket Gravy Options
What’s the key ingredient that can tie together a Sunday roast without fail? Gravy. Keep reading to discover the best vegan gravies and where to buy them.
With plant-based diets on the rise, we’re here to help you help the planet, and win over your taste buds at the same time. Read on to discover our favourite six vegan-friendly gravies from the supermarket to help you make vegan-life (and vegan Sunday roast) easier.
First up are these vegan-friendly gravy granules from Tesco’s own brand range. Simply add to boiling water for an instant and satisfying gravy that will be the perfect finishing touch to all your favourite trimmings.
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If you’re looking for delicious and gluten-free vegan gravy, then this one from Free & Easy might just be the one your Sundays have been looking for. It’s packed full of natural flavours and you won’t find any artificial preservatives.
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This grownup vegan gravy is loaded with vegetable stock, organic miso umami and black pepper. Perfect for generously pouring over Val’s vegan Shepherd's pie.
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These vegan granules from Marigold Health is another great option for an organic and gluten-free gravy that will elevate any dish it comes into contact with.
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We’re in love with this thick red onion gravy from Inspired Dining, which is another great plant-based option for this Sunday’s roast. It makes a great addition to pies and casseroles too.
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You’re always in safe hands when it comes to Kallo’s, especially with their vegetable gravy. Organic ingredients and low salt help this one’s powerful flavours.
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Now, all that’s left to do is decide what your new vegan gravy is going to be served with. Read this post on vegan Sunday roast essentials here for all the plant-based inspiration.
By Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.