Giving Veganuary A Go? You Need To Know About These Healthy Ready-Made Meals From Allplants

Allplants frozen ready meals in freezer draw
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As 2023 approaches, you may be preparing to attempt a January challenge such as Veganuary (opens in new tab), which encourages people to go vegan for the first month of the year. 

But cutting out all animal-derived foods is not an easy thing to do. Dietitian Azmina Govindji tried the vegan diet for eight weeks to research her book Vegan Savvy (opens in new tab), and even she – a highly qualified nutrition expert – found it difficult to eat enough of the right nutrients. However, the good news is that with proper planning you can make it work: Govindji gave us plenty of advice on what to do if Veganuary has left you hungry all the time. Another great option is a vegan meal delivery service, like Allplants (opens in new tab).

Allplants delivers chef-prepared frozen ready meals to heat up in the microwave. It’s a great way to keep your meals interesting and ensure you don’t miss out on essential nutrients. All dishes have been approved by a nutritionist, contain at least two of your five-a-day and count as a source of protein and a source of iron. Our glowing Allplants review gave the service 4½ stars and found it was hassle-free and, above all, tasty. 

Allplants has also launched a range of brilliant budget-friendly bundles to help you get started. It's not just for committed vegans, either. “Change will happen when we have millions of people making a few plant-based swaps every week, rather than a few people doing it perfectly all the time,” says founder Jonathan Petrides. “That’s why we’re on hand to help the nation with whatever their goals are this January. We welcome everyone to our table to help reshape the future of food together.”

So no matter whether you’re a fully-fledged vegan, dipping your toe into the plant-based world or just want to eat less meat, meal delivery services like Allplants makes meat-free living nutritious and effortless. It’s not your only option, though. Browse all our tried-and-tested vegan recipe boxes and meal delivery services.

Now £25 from Allplants (opens in new tab)

First-Taste Bundle: Was £34.74 Now £25 from Allplants (opens in new tab)

Save £9.74 Five of the brand’s best-selling meals delivered to your door. Dishes include a you-won’t-believe-it’s-plant-based Mac + Greens and a Protein Power Bowl that’s packed with edamame beans, tofu and chickpeas.

Now £36.84 from Allplants (opens in new tab)

Power Up Your Training Bundle: Was £46.05 Now £36.84 from Allplants (opens in new tab)

Save £9.21 Allplants has taken 20% off this package of two breakfast pots, two sides for sharing, and five meals. All the meals include more than 20g of protein to help build and repair your muscles – ideal if you’re hitting the gym in January.

Now £42.08 from Allplants (opens in new tab)

Meat-Free Monday Bundle: Was £52.60 Now £42.08 from Allplants (opens in new tab)

Save £10.52 This bundle includes four meals, two sides for sharing — including Allplants' Crispy Roast Potatoes, which won a Great Taste Award —  two breakfast pots, two superfood smoothies and two treats. 

Becks Shepherd

Becks Shepherd is an experienced health and lifestyle journalist who began her career in 2014. Her byline has appeared in national newspapers and magazines, testing out the latest sportswear, decoding emerging health trends and interviewing experts. She has a BA (Hons) in Multimedia Journalism from Bournemouth University and the NCTJ National Qualification in Journalism.