Lisa Snowdon, a recent convert to plant-based eating who celebrated her second meat free Christmas this December, has kicked Veganuary 2021 off with a bang with the UK’s first public tasting of Higgidy’s new vegan quiches.
The self-confessed foodie, who has eaten mainly plant-based food for the last few months, has shared new footage on her Instagram page of her trying Britain’s first vegan quiche before anyone else, with a caption stating, ‘Finally, this Veganuary vegans will get to try quiche!’.
In her post, the This Morning Fashion TV presenter is seen saying, ‘I’m super excited to try the first ever range of vegan quiches. If I’m honest, I’m not sure what to expect. It looks like a quiche, but how do you make a quiche taste so good without eggs and milk? I can’t wait to try!’.
A dish commonly resigned to dairy lovers, Higgidy is opening the doors to a whole new world of quiche appreciators this Veganuary with the addition of two new vegan alternatives.
The video on her Instagram page shows Lisa biting into the vegan quiches and looking pleasantly surprised at how much she enjoys them. She comments, ‘That is really good. It’s got a lovely creaminess to it. I have no idea how they make it taste so good, but it’s really rather yummy. The texture is light and the flavour is fantastic.’
After years of hard work, taste tests and trials, Higgidy has cracked (without the use of eggs, of course) the recipe for the first ever vegan quiche, which has been made with clever food combinations and careful cooking. No cream, no milk and no eggs in sight.
Lisa continues, ‘Not only has Higgidy created the world’s first ever vegan quiche, but it’s a delicious one at that’ as she shares how much she’s enjoying her new-found love of plant-based food with her followers.
Higgidy’s new plant-based quiches, which include a Spinach and Roasted Tomato Vegan Quiche and a Porcini Mushroom and Spinach Vegan Quiche, are available from Waitrose, Sainsbury’s and Boots now.