The frozen food section is undergoing a transformation to become more plant-based. You may now easily locate meals that encourage you to consume a wide variety of fruits, veggies, legumes, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and more! For breakfast, lunch, and supper, here are some of our favorite vegan and vegetarian frozen dishes. It’s hip to eat vegan. There are so many great vegan alternatives on this page that they’ve frozen solid!
Vegan frozen meals are becoming more commonplace in supermarkets and specialist health food stores around the country. So we’ve put up this helpful guide to help you navigate the freezer aisle with compassion and confidence.
When you hear the phrase “frozen meal,” you might immediately think of Healthy Choice. In the section of the grocery store devoted to frozen foods, you’ll find this well-known brand, which just began selling an expanding variety of vegan alternatives. The Cauliflower Curry Bowl, the Falafel & Tahini Entree, or the Green Goddess Bowl are all excellent alternatives for a dinner that can be prepared in a short amount of time and with little effort.
Meal bowls are all the rage right now, and many vegans are swooning over them. Is there a market for frozen dinners that use locally produced ingredients? You know we’re a big fan of this! When it comes to superb cuisine, the Tattooed Chef brand has manufacturing facilities in both California and Italy. Buddha Bowl, Organic Riced Cauliflower Stir Fry, and Veggie Hemp Bowl are some of the best veggie-based one-dish meals available. Acai berries, strawberries, blueberries, and bananas make up the acai bowl. To top off the meal, a gluten-free granola bar and unsweetened coconut chips are included. You can eat these bowls for breakfast or dinner just by thawing and eating them!
Vegan burgers are popping up all over the place! However, even while some products, like Beyond Meat’s The Beyond Burger, may not be found on the freezer aisle, there are still plenty of frozen alternatives. Remember that not all “veggie” burgers are made entirely of vegetables; some contain eggs or dairy products as well. For example, Dr. Praeger’s Veggie Burgers, Gardein’s Chipotle Black Bean Sliders and Beefless Burger, Sweet Earth’s Veggie Burgers, and Boca’s Original Turkey Veggie Burgers, to name a few.
Frozen Vegan Microwavable Meals
The “TV dinner” may be on its way out in the age of streaming services, but owing to some fantastic new vegan choices, the traditional television meal is still very much alive and well. In the freezer section of your grocery store, look for meals from companies like Sweet Earth, Amy’s, and Kashi.
Bacon-Free [?] Sausages and Veggie Bacon
Yes! There’s such a thing as Bacon-Free Sausages and Veggie “Bacon”. Are you looking for a way to kickstart your day with a healthy dose of protein? Consider purchasing either Sweet Earth’s Benevolent Bacon or Tuscan Veggie Sausage, Lightlife’s Gimme Lean Veggie Sausage or Smart Bacon, or Simple Truth’s Meatless Breakfast Patties if you are searching for a meat-free alternative (sold at supermarkets owned by Kroger).
Angelic Bakehouse Reduced Sodium Flatzza Pack
Did you know that Angelic Bakehouse Reduced Sodium Flatzza Pack also sells vegan versions of their Pizza Bites and Buffalo Cauliflower Wings as appetizers? Also, did you know that they make frozen vegan entrees? You have your choice between three different Veggie-Full Meals, including Southwest Broccoli, Sweet, Spicy Chickpea, and Coconut Cauliflower. Because of the lovely comfort that this brings, we have decided to come here.
There is a possibility that the freezer section has some vegan side dishes with an Asian flavor profile. Favorites of ours are Shiitake and Vegetable Potstickers made by Annie Chun and Healthy Choice Asian Potstickers made by Lucky Foods (gluten-free options available). Be sure to check the list of components before purchasing a new manufacturer or brand.
Pasta Dishes, Such As Pizza, Are Also Included
Deliveries and dead animals are not to blame. Daiya and Amy’s Kitchen are among the companies that make frozen pizzas with vegan cheese (or no cheese) and enticing plant-based toppings, such as pepperoni and mushrooms.
You can help save our oceans by not eating fish, and this is the most important thing you can do. The good news is that there are now many options for vegan seafood in supermarkets around the country. It’s hard to go wrong with any of the fishless options from Gardein or Quorn.
How long does it take you to eat all of the fresh vegetables you buy before it spoils? There are many more frozen vegan choices out there than the ones listed above. Frozen fruits and vegetables are a simple method to cut down on food waste. Frozen fruits and greens can be added to a wide variety of dishes, or they can be blended into a smoothie.
Frozen potato goods, such as French fries and tater tots, may also be found in most supermarkets. Some items may include “components” originating from animals, so be sure to check the label for allergens and ingredients. The product you’ve picked up should be returned if it includes milk, eggs, or animal fat.
We’ll show you that being vegan is simple. You’ll find a wealth of information on our website to assist you on your journey to veganism.