Sainsbury's Is Selling Vegan Marshmallows And Whipped Cream
Nothing marks winter more than a steaming mug of hot chocolate, topped with plenty of squirty cream and a few marshmallows dotted on top.
Granted you always feel a bit sick as you end up squirting the whole can of cream directly into your mouth, but they're always tasty AF.
Good news for vegans (or those on a dairy free diet!), as Sainsbury's has just released a line of marshmallows and whipped cream that you can now stuff yourselves silly with. Amazing!
The yummy little fluffy balls of marshmallowy delight are priced at just £2 for a 75g bag. The Freedom marshmallows are gelatine, egg, dairy and gluten free, and are free from artificial flavours and colours.
As expected, the sweet treats come in traditional white and pink marshmallow colours, and have a vanilla flavour. Mmmm.
They've just been launched in store and online this week, and I'm guessing that they're going to fly of the supermarket's shelves in a fluffy frenzy.
Marshmallows can't be served without whipped cream, and Sainsbury's has actually had this vegan can hidden away on its shelves for quite some time.
Hopla soy whipped cream is priced at just £2.20, meaning your dreams of having the whole can in one sitting are well in sight.
For more wintery, vegan goodness, Baileys has just launched a dairy free and gluten free version of their famed Irish cream liqueur.
While it's been on offer in the states for a few months now, the brand is set to roll out the bottles in Whole Food stores. There will be a nationwide launch later in the year, and seeing as it's already November, I'm sure that'll thankfully be very, very soon!
You probably already guessed, but Baileys Almande is actually made out of almond milk, and it also contains almond essence, cane sugar, purified water and real vanilla.
Vegan Baileys hot chocolate topped with whipped cream and marshmallows anyone?
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