Vegan Sandwich fillings

Article published Aug 2017

What to put in a sandwich if your vegan? – that is the question!!! Or on toast or on top of a baked spud!!


Can be bought in jars in oil and make a great addition to a sandwich. These can be added to salad or hummus or used to make a spread. Bargain shops like Home Bargains and Lidl also have these cheaper than supermarkets.


with roasted peppers

with pesto and tomato

mashed with salad


BABA GANOUSH (aubergine dip)

with picked beetroot or roast peppers


Great hot in a sandwich!



with chocolate, chocolate spread, melted chocolate, soft brown sugar, dates,chopped nuts, dried fruit, nut or seed butter, jam, grated apple, cinnamon, pie filling.


BEETROOT – raw, cooked or picked.

Sliced beetroot with thinly sliced onion, tomato and salad cream. Yum!



Use vegan bacon and add lettuce, tomatoes and salad cream.


CHEESE – there is so many vegan cheeses (blocks, slices and grated) these days that we have a dedicated blog post on it. Cheezly and Sheese also been around for years with about 9 flavours each and Sheese makes the Tesco and Sainsbury’s own brand free from cheese. Now there is many new vegan cheese companies although usually only available through online stores or health food stores. Violife seem to be the only one widely available in Supermarkets. So vegan cheese with all the usual combinations really – easy!

Sundried tomato paste and vegan cheese


Vegan cream cheese comes in several flavours from brands such as sheese, Violife  Tesco or Sainsbury’s free from or Tofutti or other small independent companies. See dedicated post.

Cream cheese and strawberry jam

Cream cheese with dried fruit and sunflower seeds

Cream cheese with pickle

Plain cream cheese with yeast extract



Ready made or a recipe served with salad.



Mash and mix with herbs or spices or salad cream and serve with salad. Hundreds of variations and cheap too.



with raisins, banana, chopped nuts or all- see our dedicated article for more info



Some dips are great for sandwiches, others are a little runny, but still good to add a bit spread within a sandwich for flavour.

If you see a dip recipe that you might fancy as a spread don’t be scared of thickening it with breadcrumbs or beans to make it into a spread or add less liquid then the recipe says instead and it might work.

I made a Pea and mint dip into a spread last week. I don’t have the recipe I based it on know as it was out of a library book, but basically as far as I remember it was pouring boiling water over frozen garden peas in a colander and then whizzing them with mint and water. I then added some breadcrumbs to thicken and left in the fridge to firm up. Odd, but tasty!

FALAFELS are available from all major supermarkets. Branded and supermarket brands. They can be bought fresh or frozen, some ready to eat, others to warm or cook. Also packet mixes from supermarkets and health food stores.





GUACOMOLE – yes really a dip, but ideal for a sandwich with lots of extra’s. Just watch out for milk in most brands. Low fat brands are sometimes accidentally vegan.



Canned or in the fridge usually. Serve with salad and pickle! Available from health food stores, supermarkets and M & S.


HUMMUS/HOUMOUS – whichever way you spell it! it is available from every supermarket, most health food store and often even corner shops these days. Plain or lots of very different flavours including ones made with different beans. Just watch out for honey and lemon rind that may be treated with shellac. Here is a few to see the variety, this is not all of them.

Hummus with roasted red peppers or pickled beetroot, avocado, guerkins, picked or fresh cabbage, salad, grated carrots, beansprouts, salsa, or olives. So many additions to add to your hummus buttie!

Also Tesco do a Broad Bean, Asparagus & Mint hummus which makes a change from traditional chickpea based ones.



A spread made from Lotus biscuits, very sweet and you would use as you would use jam basically. Great if combined with chocolate spread, bananas, raisins or other sweet foods.



Suggestion: Vegan mayo, walnuts and sultanas or salad cream and crisps!! No one said this had to be a healthy article!!



Not something I would usually use in a sandwich, but I like this recipe. Carrot, Millet and Almond Sandwich recipe



Nutolene (canned)

Mocked duck (canned)

Redwoods vegideli – duck, chicken style pieces, beef, falafels, sage & marjoram ready to eat sausages, ready to eat pork style sausages.



Fried mushrooms with onion and garlic or homemade mushroom pate, or tartex or granovita brands.


NUT BUTTERS – Not just peanut these days, almond, cashew and hazelnut and combinations too. Supermarkets sell some and if you want combinations or crunchy versions or a wider range, health food stores are your best bet. Peanut butter is sold everywhere and you can even get chocolate ones too. Just watch out for honey that crops up in some like in M & S.

nut butter and jam or fruit spread
nut butter and cucumber
nut butter and raw onion
nut butter and beetroot
nut butter and banana
nut butter and vegemite
nut butter and sliced apple
nut butter and melted chocolate
nut butter and chocolate chip!
nut butter, vegan cheese and jam
nut butter and sultanas (or other dried fruit soaked such as figs, apricots, raisins)
nut butter and sliced tomato
nut butter and pickled onion
nut butter and agave syrup/golden syrup/sweet freedom
nut butter and salad
nut butter with grated carrot
nut butter and sprouted pulses
nut butter and chopped dates
nut butter and coconut
nut butter and kiwi fruit
nut butter and canned peaches


Cold and served sliced with salad or cranberry sauce!



Served with lots of extras or just mayo!


PATES – There are a few vegan pates about, but it is usually health food stores to buy these. Asda sell one or more of the granovita brand in their free from section and sometimes Aldi have these on specials. Sold as long life tubs and tubes usually. Tartex or granovita Pate – mushroom, herbs, tofu, tangy tomato, Vegetarian Tofu Pate – Spicy Mexican (contains palm oil though). Although vbite VegiDeli do a few refrigerated ones. Vegusto (mostly online) also have pates and different sandwich fillings.

fridge – health food shops

VegiDeli mushroom pate, Brussels style pate, beanfeast pate (11 different beans and seeds).

from Ocado

from Polish shops



I love pesto with tomatoes and avocado. It is great added to lots of sandwiches for flavour.



Fried and served with dressing of your choice and salad. Ready make blocks or made from ground polenta.



Served with salad and avocado



Suggestion: with mixed cabbage



Cook and leave to cool and serve with various fillings and sauces



As slices or sliced roasts – cold served with salad


SEED BUTTERS Usually health food stores with a few now popping up in supermarkets.


SLICES – Imitations of meat slices such as chicken, beef, turkey and sage and onion flavours. The largest range and brand is Vbites sold in Health food stores. The sage and onion is sold in Morrison’s. Other brands too, but usually in health food stores or online only. Tofurky has now arrived in the UK too and some places even sell sandwiches ready made with it.

Vbite ‘meat’ slices (ham, turkey, chicken, beef, sage & onion, bacon, garlic sausage style, pepperoni) or chorizo chucks made up in the traditional ways such as

Ham and cheese

Ham, mayo and dried onion

Ham, Dijon mustard, sweet freedom and sesame seeds

Chicken with mayo, chutney and raisins

Chicken with mayo and curry powder

Beef with horseradish and dried onion flakes

Sage and onion slices with apple sauce

Turkey with cranberry sauce

Garlic sausage style with mayo and olives

Chorizo with vegan mayo

Pizza style – sundried tomato, olives, roasted vegetables, pepperoni and optional cheese

Also seitan slices as often sold in independent health food stores.

Vegusto also have several flavoured sandwich slices and luncheon rolls.



Green/black olive tapenade with vegan cheese or roasted red peppers


Marinated tofu (such as cauldron) with vegan mayo, hummus and sundried tomatoes

Taifun have lots of flavoured tofu’s that you could serve with different fillings such as

Smoked tofu with sweet chilli relish/mayo and roast peppers

Cold scrambled tofu with salad cream and cress

Other flavours are

Smoked with almonds & sesame seeds

Smoked with herbs & sunflower seeds

Tofu Roso (flavoured with olives, tomatoes and pepperoni)

Tofu Basil Tofu olive

Or just flake and mix with mayo and herbs/seaweed for a tuna style and serve with salad or sweetcorn


‘TUNA’ – vegan mock tuna is now available by VegiDeli do anything you would with fish tuna. They also do vegan salmon slices.


YEAST EXTRACT (Vegemite/Marmite/Natex)

We have these covered in our gravy article, as they are often used in this way too. Serve with grated carrot, salad, tomato, avocado or crisps.


Salad dressings and vegan mayo, roasted red peppers, vegan pesto, vegan mayo, vegan salad cream, crispy dried onions, chutney, pickle, curry powder, dried herbs, vegan horseradish, picked onions, picked red cabbage, picked beetroot, picked guerkins, sweet freedom, golden syrup, jam, yeast extract such as vegemite or natex, mustard, sun dried tomato paste, pickle, homemade coleslaw, beetroot coleslaw, seeds, raisins, cinnamon, sundried tomatos, capers, crisps, salsa, saverkraut, apple sauce, tapendade, cranberry sauce, crisps, mixed bean salad, salt and pepper.


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All menu’s and ingredients change regularly. So lookout for new recipes and changes.

ASK Italian – dedicated vegan menu

Bagal Nashvegan options

Bella Italia – vegan items clearly marked included this pudding

Boots – see our take out article for up to date pictures of the latest sandwiches, salad bowls etc.

Sandwiches and salads. Part of the meal deals. They also have builder protein bars, crisps including vegetable crisps, coconut water, smoothies, other drinks and fruit salad.

Smartphone users can get a Boots meal deal every Monday from 10am to 3pm for £1 via the O2 Priority Moments app. Simply show the code from the app to staff at the checkout.

Burger King – order the bean burger without cheese and mayo (check the oil is vegan-friendly).

2Our vegetarian products, which have been endorsed by the British Vegetarian Society, are prepared separately from meat products and there are a number of procedures, specified by BURGER KING® and approved by the British Vegetarian Society, to ensure that no cross contamination take place.

Neither the bun nor the veggie patty contains milk or egg and if you were to remove the cheese and mayonnaise, the burger would not contain any animal ingredients.  However, our products may not be appropriate for a vegan diet as we cannot guarantee a 100% vegan-approved preparation.”

Café Nero – offers a vegan-friendly wrap, salad pot and pasta pot.

June 2017 crumble being rolled out across all branches.


Other: bear yo yo’s fruit rolls, chocolate and crisps and vegan mince pie November to January.


Xmas only – mince pies (Nov – Jan)

Carluccio’s – has a vegan menu that offers starters, pasta, sides and a dessert.

Center Parks – Pancake House – other vegan friendly eateries in Center parks too.

Chef and Brewer

Chimichangavegan options

Chipotle – allows you to make your own vegan-friendly burrito.

Chiquito – info on Veganuary

Costa Coffee – Offers a fruit crumble snack and a salad with more options coming.

Crown Carvaries – vegan main kiew – made with chickpeas, tomatoes and peppers and the sticky toffee pudding on their new menu is vegan without the ice cream!

Fayre and Square – Main meal and  side dishes including garlic bread.

Frankie and Benny’s – order tomato soup and sorbets. Some franchises use vegan pasta/dough while others do not, so check before ordering a pizza/pasta without cheese. Link to our blog article

Giraffe have many vegan options, some ideas here, but menu’s change.

Gourmet Burger Kitchen – offers a vegan-friendly burger. Further guidance.

Greggs  – offer a Belgian bun and iced fingers that are vegan-friendly but only in certain areas – check their allergy book in store for more details.

Handmade Burger Company – have a fine selection of vegan burgers and other sides, now registered with The Vegan Society. Now with vegan ice creams.

Hungry Horse – veg skewers and dips. Chickpea curry. Chocolate and coconut torte with ice cream


La Tasca – see Veganuary for further info

Las Iguanas – some good options, including three mushroom fajita (ask for vegan). Dedicated vegetarian and vegan menu.

Leon Restaurants – Curries, salads and more for vegans.

Loungers – a vegan menu which includes a burger and falafel among other items. Three course options.

McDonalds – fries, hash browns and the veggie delite (ask for without mayo) are vegan-friendly in UK.

Marks and Spencer’s, falafel and houmous snack pack, samosas, sandwich wrap in selected stores and lots of salads. Pictures in take out article.

Nando’s – try the veggie wrap (just remember to hold the dairy). The soy burger may or may not be vegan dependent on the franchise.

OK Dineroptions

Pizza Express – Pianti pizza, pizza without cheese, dough balls and sorbet. See our article for more details.

Pizza Hut – a wide selection at the salad buffet, deep pan pizza without cheese. See our article for more details.


Pound Bakery – vegan sausage rolls, veggie pasty, belgium buns and potato cakes  – also most of the bread is vegan, see nutritional list.

Pret – a range of lunch items like sandwiches and soups, as well as almond milkshakes. They do a monthly special vegan sandwich as well as a regular line. Usually 5 vegan items to choose from.

Prezzo – ask for pizza without cheese, or get a salad. Vegan sharing board.

The Real Greekinfo

Sainsbury’s – select stores sell has a roast veg wrap from Urban Eats and salads. See this article for pictures.

Slug and Lettuceinfo

Starbucks – offers a vegan-friendly salad, porridge and other options dependent on the franchise as well as vegan soy-based drinks. Currently the salad has been taken off whilst the xmas menu is on, they have a vegan flatbread as part of the xmas range. See our article for further info and link to Sophie’s article.


NEW JAN 16: gluten-free wrap with Moroccan-spiced carrot and orange chutney, lemon and coriander houmous, shredded carrot, crisp spinach leaves and roast mixed vegetables – YET TO SEE AND CHECK IT IS VEGAN AND GET PICTURE.

Subway – ask for a veggie delite without cheese, and not on the flatbread or the honey oat sub.

Toby Carvery – main meals such as vegan-friendly pies and bakes as well as desserts including chocolate cherry torte.

The vegetables maybe cooked in butter. They can steam a portion of vegetables for you.

(ve = vegan). Kids jelly too.

West Cornwall Pasty Co – can rustle up a wholemeal vegetable pasty in select branches.

Wagamama – a large selection of Asian-inspired sides and mains his gives an idea of previous dishes. They will easily remove fish sauce and eggs and make dishes vegan.

Wasabi – offers vegan-friendly sushi

Wetherspoons – a vegan-friendly curry (specify an extra poppadum instead of naan), salad, chips and an apple crumble with fruit compote not cream or custard. There is more options if you think outside the box, unfortunately I don’t know anyone working there to be able to update our Weatherspoon’s blog article. This is for guidance, some items may no longer be available. They now have a dedicated vegan menu to make it easier when ordering. The five bean chilli is now vegan.


WHSmith Railway Station branches- vegan-friendly wraps, salads and sandwiches from Urban Eat. See this article for pictures. Usually many snack bars as well

Yo Sushi – a large selection of Asian-inspired sides and mains. Further guidance. When last checked there was 19 vegan dishes and others that can be made vegan.

Zizzi – pasta, pizza with vegan cheese and dessert. New menu also has calzone for dessert.

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As far as I know they don’t do vegan sandwiches. I know they do a salad boxes and they sell various houmous’s, beetroot salad, orzo and slow roasted tomatoes, pasta salad Italienne, fruit salad, crisps, chocolate, raw bars and cereal bars, drinks and biscuits, so you wouldn’t starve!



This bagel has vegan cream cheese!


Here are a few salads that look to be vegan and are part of the meal deal with dessert and drink. There is also a superfood shaker salad, and a houmous, carrot and coriander sandwich that look to be vegan, do double check though. They also have builder protein bars, crisps including vegetable crisps, coconut water, smoothies, other drinks and fruit salad.

Smartphone users can get a Boots meal deal every Monday from 10am to 3pm for £1 via the O2 Priority Moments app. Simply show the code from the app to staff at the checkout.

Strand Salads sold in Boots


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kimchi and edamame salad, raw juice and beans and houmous meal deal £3.29






Raynors brand may be sold elsewhere.

They also do a

Houmous and Salad sandwich


Houmous and Falafel wrap (sweet potato falafel)

Spicy Bean Fajita wrap

Falafel and Tabbouleh salad (sweet potato falafel, quinoa and puy lentil tabbouleh)

Other: drinks, bear yo yo’s fruit rolls, chocolate and crisps and vegan mince pie at xmas.

From June 2017 Apple and Blackcurrant crumble is being rolled out across all branches.

Frappe Latte

All can be made vegan because vanilla frappe powder is dairy free, so all iced coffees and milkshakes.

nero fat1 nero wrap


2 of the 3 types of Giandujotto are vegan, so double check you get the right ones.


A sandwich, wrap and open wrap, they do a Mediterranean bread with sun dried tomatoes, red and green peppers, green olives, capers and herbs and I think this is a good replacement for a sandwich. These other breads would make a quick lunch with some hummus too, so I am including them. A few salads too and a jelly, yogurt and chocolate ganache.

Make your own salad 1, 2, 3.

Salad, falafels and dressing.

Salad in meal deal

smokey piri piri houmous

 red pepper houmous

Also this sweet potato dip with some breadsticks, crisps or crackers would be nice.

Not sure if these falafels are precooked and suitable for eating cold.

But will leave them here until I find out.

They also sell a range of vegan bread rolls if you want to make your own sandwiches or use to dip in houmous.


3/9 No sandwiches, but they do have a new salad. Just fresh fruit, crisps and vegetable crisps as far as I know otherwise.

 18/11 Costa don’t have the salad whilst there xmas menu is on. There is a glitter fruit jelly and a crimbo slice, but no savoury option!

 Clearly labelled as vegan on their website too!



Sold in independent health food stores and selected outlets near their base.


Salad boxes and a houmous flatbread, details and picture below. Some branches also sell iced buns and belgium buns. Just ask to check there nutritional folder to check yourself if your branch has the vegan ones.

The Greggs Mexican bean wrap is also suitable for vegans if made without cheese.

This can be done outside the hours of 12 and 2pm if they have the ingredients in stock.

In select stores the Belgian buns are vegan.

Check the allergy booklet to find out if your local store stocks the vegan versions.

(They have two suppliers, so some shops have vegan ones, and some don’t)


Sausage rolls, Pork pies, Pasties, Vbite ready to eat sausages,

Some stores also sell vegan sandwiches.

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Sold in selected budgen’s and possible other places too.


Mostly at railway and airport outlets. Menu’s change, but there is usually one or more savoury and sweet item.

Gobi lunch shown


To check out.


For vegan list, see this post



From September 2016 the Marks and Spencer’s avocado and roast vegetable sandwiches will be vegan


Samosa is in the meal deal, with crisps and drinks.


They also have carrot sticks and houmous in the take out section and they now sell single portion iced buns too for dessert. They sell many many salads, couscous/char-grilled veg type, pasta type, superfoods etc. Far too many to list and most usually on 2 for £3. They also have a trio of topped bread rolls, that make a good sandwich replacement.

I also love there cranberry and pecan bread and the fig and walnut bread. Tasty on there own.

This pepper and tomato bread is also very yummy. Now although you are supposed to heat it for about 10 mins, it is perfectly nice cold and makes a good sandwich replacement.

Repacked, looks like this one below now.

One of the many vegan salads they sell

 I am told this falafel salad looks vegan, haven’t seen it myself.

Our brand sells a falafel salad with feta cheese.

Also a new potato, pea and mint salad

 Also these may be of interest


 General Fridge

 Take Out Fridge (usually near Cigarette counter)

Morrisons meal deal now includes the medium sized pot from their salad bar and as well as crisps as a side there is houmous and carrot sticks or houmous and falafal

12/03/15 These Samosa’s don’t have ‘suitable for vegetarians’ on the packaging, so they have been contacted to find out if they are ok, they certainly look like they are

Also in the take out fridge

Great Food snack pack

(not a Morrisons brand, but often sold in Morrisons as well as other outlets).

Morrison’s Salad Bar


Often sold in Hospitals and Universities.


 (comes under several other names too)

(Liverpool and North West area, Yorkshire and Derby)

Veggie sausage rolls (some stores coat with egg before cooking, so check with your local store. Can be bought frozen to cook at home), Belgium buns and potato cakes. Most of the bread is also vegan.

 Ask to check nutritional list.

houmous and red pepper wrap


There allergy list has a vegan section on page 16 (currently dated June 2014)

They do monthly specials and have a veggie outlet in London.



pret special

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Now doing monthly vegan specials.


They supply sandwiches to many outlets including Coffee Link Café and Budgen supermarket


Sainsburys don’t do any own brand vegan sandwiches or wraps. Its just a case of a salad box and houmous or one of these ideas below. Select stores sell Urban Eat sandwiches/wraps.

Taken from there vegan list. However things can change, so do check the latest list.

For vegan list see this post

Carrots with Chunky Humous 120gram

 Red Pepper, Mooli and sugar snap peas with a teriyaki dip 135gram

 6 Stuffed Vine Leaves 225gram

Falafel and Houmous Snack Pack 136gram

Mini Olive Snack Pots – Princess gordal olives in a parsley dressing and Cuqillo olives

Piri Piri Falafels 176gram (don’t know if they need cooking/warming to eat)

12 Falafels 200gram (don’t know if they need cooking/warming to eat)

I know they also do a pasta pot (pasta in a tomato sauce) and couscous with char-grilled roast vegetables pot.

They also sell onion bhaji, samosas etc, but not sure if you can eat them cold or not.

Grilled artichoke pots are another option to go alongside some of these choices.

Also salsa dip and low fat guacamole to serve with falafels and salad would be good.

Mixed bean salads

More salad pictures to follow.

These salads are not labelled veggie due to cross contamination risk, the Lebanese falafel salad has been confirmed animal free.



Spotted at Marwell Wildlife


They sell at least 6 choices of vegan sandwiches/wraps/burritos in selected stores, specially near Universities. They are made by by Freshfoods. In my local I have spotted a bean salad only. They tend to use local companies so there choices are different around the country.


They do have some snacks such as raw raspberry bar, dark chocolate bar and jelly sweets

The link above is to there list, which is a allergy list, so there is things not listed as vegan, that are such as smoked almonds, because of the ‘may contain’ allergy notices.


This information has been kindly donated by Sophie who works at Starbucks and we will have a Starbucks article soon and she will check for any ‘may contain traces of’ vegan foods for us.

Drinks can now be made with coconut milk or soya milk.


They do a veggie delight on hearty Italian bread with no cheese. Basically a salad sandwich, which you would then need to pop to your local health food store and pick up a pack of vbite slices to add to it to make it more filling and interesting. Although you would want to ask for clean gloves and knifes to be used, cross contamination is a big issue, due to putting gloved hands into food that has touched meat.  Apparently they are trialing houmous at some branches.



For the latest Vegan list see this post

This wrap is in the meal deal with crisps/fruit and drink

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These are also sold in some Tesco branches and you can eat cold.

Jam ball donuts vegan in some stores in bakery section. Different to the ones on the shelf.

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Available at select outlets such as universities and hospitals


They are also sold in many hospitals, Sainsburys and other outlets too



They also do pots of fruit and bags of fruit too.


Vegan list


vegan sushi

Red Pepper Houmous and Focaccia

Chickpea Couscous and Houmous Dip Salad

Roasted Butternut Squash and Five Grain Salad

roasted vegetables, SunBlush® tomato and couscous

carrot and reduced fat houmous

Vegetable Samosa

Vit C Salad

Salad Bar

Fruity Moroccan style Couscous

Mixed Leaf Salad

Red Cabbage Slaw

Beetroot and Carrot Salad

 Rice, edamame and crunchy vegetable salad

Tomato and Basil Fusilloni Pasta

 Adzuki and Edamame bean salad

 Smokey Mixed Bean Salad

Oriental Green Beans


Whistle Stop Shops are at 21 railway stations. This is a picture of the selection at Preston Whistle Stop. Three wraps, a falafel pitta, a cous cous salad and a vegetable samosa that are vegan. Mostly in large railway stations. See below for more railway station options.


MUNCH are available at railway station branches.

They are also sold in many hospitals, Sainsburys and other outlets too.



Delphi salad pots are sold in various newsagents, asda and health food stores and some of them are vegan. They are clearly labeled if so.

Graze snacks are sold in WH Smith railway station outlets and Sainsburys

Local sandwich shops and bakeries may also do vegan sandwiches, houmous, falafel, marmite or peanut butter seems to be the popular choices.

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