Costa Adds Vegan Turkey Toastie And Biscoff 'Cheesecake' For Christmas

Costa To Add Vegan Turkey Toastie and Biscoff ‘Cheesecake’ To Its Christmas Menu

The coffee chain is also launching vegan gingerbead, fruit cake, and a gluten-free mince tart as part of its festive menu


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Costa's vegan menu featuring vegan gingerbread, biscoff cheesecake and mice tart The vegan options launch on November 3 - Media Credit: Costa Coffee
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Costa Coffee has announced the launch of its Christmas menu – which includes a host of vegan options.

The U.K coffee chain will offer a vegan ‘turkee’, cranberry, and stuffing toastie, as well as a Lotus Biscoff ‘Cheezecake’, Vegan Father Christmas Gingerbread, Christmas Fruit cake, and a Mince tart.

The vegan options, which range from £1.75-£3.50, will be available from November 3 until the end of December.

‘A vegan twist’

“With the award-winning Vegan Ham & Cheeze Toastie making headlines earlier this year, the team at Costa Coffee has been working hard to create something equally as delicious for the festive season – and they might have done just that!” Costa said in an online statement.

“Making its Christmas debut is a true showstopper, the new Vegan Turkee, Cranberry & Stuffing Bloomer Toastie… [is] a perfect alternative for those looking for a vegan twist on the classic seasonal toastie.”

Plant-based milk

Last year, Costa announced it was dropping the surcharge on plant-based milk for Christmas.

The brand made its announcement on Twitter, saying: “Want another reason to be merry? We’re making our dairy alternative coconut, almond and soya completely free this Christmas. Enjoy.”

Only soy milk continued to be free from any surcharges following the Christmas offer.

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