Marks and Spencer is launching vegan 'Not-zarrella Sticks'
Marks and Spencer has answered our vegan dreams with the launch of new ‘Not-zzarella Sticks’.
The same crispy, melty indulgence – but absolutely no dairy – result.
The new savoury snack features deliciously soft mozzarella-style vegan cheese in a crispy breadcrumb coating, served up with a tomato dip.
Perfect as a plant-based addition to a BBQ or pizza feast with friends. It would definitely be handy to have some close to hand in case a vegan guest turns up to a dinner party.
The retailer has also launched the first ever Mac Bites; macaroni pasta made with a vegan cheese sauce and coated in crispy herby breadcrumbs – a perfect indulgent snack or lovely served up as a side dish.
Also new to the range are the first ever Plant Kitchen desserts – because vegans need sweet treats too.
The vegan Chocolate Mousse is a creamy Belgian chocolate pudding topped with a rich chocolate sauce and hand finished with crunchy cocoa nibs.
The new Mango, Passionfruit & Coconut Pot is a totally tropical, deliciously smooth coconut panna cotta, topped with mango and passion fruit compote. Yum.
And we really love the sound of the Churros with Dipping Sauce, covered with cinnamon sugar and served with a vegan Belgian chocolate sauce – made from coconut and vegan chocolate.
Your plant-based options just got more exciting, and we can’t wait to try them all.
‘We were absolutely delighted by the response to our Plant Kitchen range when it launched back January – so much so, we set about immediately creating some exciting new products for customers to try,’ says M&S product developer, Claire Richardson.
‘I’m really pleased we’re now able to offer customers some delicious desserts and I challenge anyone to try the Not’zzarella Sticks and be able to tell the difference.’
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