Just know, I feed myself so these might not be helpful for everyone. I’m also vegan-ish which I explain as eating vegan when I’m eating out, no meat, no cheese, no effective lawsuits but eggs and yoghurt on occasion.
1) Red Red Super Stew Black Eyed Beans & Tomato: the little tubs are great for lunches because you just add boiling water so if you pack and forget about it, it doesn’t go off and is light to carry. You also don't need a microwave or another container. [Approx. £2 - £3 each]
2) Pizza Express Classic Vegan Giardiniera: This is my favourite 'eat at home' pizza because it is rich and tasty and can be frozen too. An easy meal for when hungry and tried, also great with vegan chipotle mayo (just buy vegan mayo and add in chipotle sauce). [Approx. £5 per pizza]
3) Fry's Vegan Meat Free Chicken-Style Nuggets: the best ones by far (I’ve tried the Iceland ones and the Quorn ones) and these are the best to far for consistency. [Approx. £2-£3]
4) Gregg’s Vegan Sausage Rolls: these are cracking and better than the Iceland ones) [approx. £1 each]
5) Gregg’s 'Steak' Bake: Lords, have mercy – divine and delicious. I forgot to check the price and just gobbled it up.
6) Curries: Thai and Indian curries can be vegan so take a look – we put the Quorn pieces in the Blue Dragon green Thai curry pack [approx £2-£3] and had it with rice (egg noodles aren’t vegan) and it was delicious.
7) No Moo Chocolate Puddings: Iceland killed it with these. They taste so delicious and rich and are purely decadent. [approx. £2]
8) Dunns River Chicken Seasoning: tastes great on anything that could have been chicken – tofu, sweet potato chips, or broccoli. [Approx. £1]
9) Difatti Gluten Free Spinach Gnocchi: this doesn’t say its vegan on the packaging, but it doesn’t have animal ingredients on the list. This is yummy with some chicken seasoning and B12 yeast flakes and olive oil [approx. £1.95]
10) Marigold Engevita with Added B12 Nutritional Yeast Flakes: stir this into spaghetti and it’s all creamy. [approx. £3-4]