I was lucky enough to celebrate New Years Eve in Geneva and kept my eyes peeled in their local supermarkets for Vegan Goodies!
There seemed to be a good range and clearly labelled too! The Co-op City also have their equivalent of a free from section which made it easy too 🙂
Veganz Bliss Ball Cacao
Reminded me a bit of Deliciously Ellas balls but with a more chocolate truffely taste! So nice! I adored this scrumptious little ball of goodness! 5/5
Coop Ginger Surprise
Pretty standard dark choc coated ginger but the ginger tasted super strong! Perfect for me! 5/5
Veganz Protein Bars
There was a few in the range but these are the two I tried! Remind me of DS no cow bars in texture. I mean most vegan protein bars are not the tastiest things ever but for convenience they suited me well. I prefferred the peanut flavour and I wish these were available in the UK! 4/5
Loved how much variety there was of soya yoghurts. There was similar desserts to Alpro Vanilla and chocolate puddings and then flavours such as raspberry and even muesli flavour! I tried the Mango and it was great! 5/5
Coop Dark Chocolate Soya Yoghurt
I think I expected this to taste like Alpro Dark Choc Pudding however it was defo more yoghurty! This one wasn’t for me and I wasn’t going to waste 180 calories finishing it! 2/5
Coop Fruity Kiss
I wasn’t expecting anything special from these but O M G, shut the front door they are a strawberry rhubarby explosion of healthy goodness in your mouth! Honestly I would pick these over chocolate any day of the week! If anyone knows if these are available in the UK you will make my dreams come true! I tried to save some for @laurenlsj (my vegan bestie) to try but unfortunatly you have ended up with 1 haha sory Loz. 1 billion/5
Apricot Croissant at Geneva Airport
Clearly labelled Vegan and not overpriced I was amazed to find this at the airport and O M G it was delish!!! 5/5
Unfortunatly with us spending New Year in Geneva a lot of the restaurants were closed so I cannot really comment on the Vegan options for eating out in restaurants. From what I noticed there were only a few salad options, and with Geneva being pricy you are looking at paying between £20-40 in a middle of the road restaurant.
Coffee shops we visited only offered Lactose Free milk but no dairy free option but I tended to opt for Peppermint Tea (around £5-6)
I know there are dedicated Vegan restaurants and I would have loved to of tried them!