Tesco has more than doubled its vegan Wicked range with 26 new tasty products, including 'sausage' rolls and red velvet brownies to keep up with a growing number of shoppers turning to a plant-based diet.
Wicked predominately included grab and go sandwiches, salads and wraps when it first launched in the aisles of the supermarket giant earlier this year, and now there are loads more to dairy-free delights to try out.
The new additions to the range are a little more seasonally appropriate this time around, like filling puff pies, pesto lasagnes and sourdough pizzas.
There are also filthy fiery fries, enchiladas, and Christmassy sandwiches available in the range.
And to satisfy your sweet-tooth, there is a range of chilled desserts to get your chops around like a red velvet brownie with a rich raspberry ganache, as well as a pineapple dream cake.
Tesco's two new vegan desserts already launched in stores on Monday, and the rest of the plant-based products will be drip feeded into stores throughout the rest of the month.
Tesco's Wicked range was created by the supermarket's pioneering chef and head of plant-based innovation Derek Sarno.
The chef is on a mission to make everyone turn to a vegan diet and stop eating meat.
Speaking of the new dairy-free treats, Derek said: "This is a dream come true for us. When we launched Wicked Kitchen back in January, the response was just phenomenal. We're excited to be able to announce the expansion of the range today.
"At the start of the year, I said that veganism was going mainstream, and - as plant-based options are taking over the supermarket shelves - that belief is fast becoming a reality.
"Thank you so much to everyone who has bought and loved Wicked Kitchen food. I can't wait for you to try these new items too."