Pret a Manger launches their spring vegan menu and they have a new dessert.
Pret may be feeling the pressure with competitior Leon releasing their fabulous new vegan menu, so they in turn have launched some exciting vegan items, including a delicious chocolate cookie.
Ah the sweet smell of Spring menus
Without further adieu, this is what the new additions look like at Pret (available from 17 April):
Dark Chocolate & Almond Butter Cookie, £1.45, vegan
Combines vegan dark chocolate with almond butter and a little sea salt to make a delicious
vegan sweet treat. Vegan sweet treats are very popular amongst Pret’s customers and this
cookie has been created to meet demand.
Mango & Banana Sunshine Bowl, £2.99, vegan
This tasty breakfast dish combines blended ripe mangoes with banana, coconut milk,
granola and a little turmeric to make a Sunshine Smoothie. Fresh blueberries and crisp, dried
coconut chips are added to give it a tropical flavour.
Avo, Olives & Tomato Baguette, £3.50, vegan
Sliced avocado with Kalamata olive tapenade, roasted tomatoes and a handful of peppery
rocket. Finished with fresh basil leaves and a sprinkling of pine nuts.
Chef’s Special (available from 1st May – 2nd July), Vegan Chilli Flat Bread, £3.99
Enjoy spicy vegan chilli alongside creamy avocado, charred corn and black bean salsa.
Pickled onions provide a slightly sharp note while red peppers and mixed salad leaves add
crunch and bounce.
Pret vs Plastic
This week Pret is also launching a plastic bottle deposit return trial in its three Brighton shops. 10p will be added to the price of all Pret-branded plastic bottles and the deposit will be returned when a bottle is given back to teams to recycle. The aim is to understand how many bottles are returned and to see if it encourages more customers to opt for a reusable bottle. If successful, the scheme will be introduced to more shops.