Putting on a Buffet


Whether it’s for a family gathering or a child’s party, there are so many vegan options out there that you might be tempted to make the entire buffet vegan if it isn’t already! You don’t even have to worry about cooking things from scratch, most of these items should be readily available from your local supermarket.


  • Oreos
  • Party Rings
  • Crawford’s Pink Wafers
  • McVitie’s Hobnobs
  • Lotus Original Caramelised Biscuits
  • Bourbon biscuits


  • Skittles
  • Jelly Tots
  • Starburst
  • Millions
  • Flying Saucers
  • Co-Operative Jam or Custard Doughuts
  • Mr Kipling Apple and Blackcurrant Pies
  • Mr Kipling Treacle Tart


  • Hula Hoops – Original, Salt and Vinegar
  • Pringles – Original, BBQ, Smoky Bacon and Paprika
  • Walkers – Ready Salted, Salt & Vinegar, Prawn Cocktail, Worcester Sauce, Chipsticks Salt ‘n’ Vinegar Flavour
  • Doritos – Lightly Salted, Chili Heatwave
  • Ritz Crackers
  • Jacob’s Cream Crackers
  • Sainsbury’s Bacon Crispies/Tesco Bacon Rashers Snacks
  • Butterkist – Sweet Cinema Style, Sweet & Salted, Microwave Popcorn Salted

Hot Food

  • McCain’s Nacho Cheese Wedges
  • Linda McCartney Sausage Rolls
  • Sainsbury’s Meat Free Burgers
  • Heinz Creationz Veg Chilli Beanz
  • Quorn Vegan Nuggets
  • Goodfellas Original Garlic Bread

Sides and Condiments

Your basics like ketchup, mustard and BBQ sauce are usually vegan and there’s vegan mayonnaise available in most supermarkets, my personal favourite is Chippa May-O. Houmous and pitta is always a favourite and will usually state vegan on the packet. Salsa is great paired up with the nachos, and look for guacamole that doesn’t contain milk or cream.

Check for burger buns that state vegan and get some vegan cheese for the burgers- Violife and supermarkets own vegan cheeses should be available. Chop up some fresh salad veggies and you’re buffet ready!




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