White Sandwich Rolls £1.50
Brioche Loaf £2.40
Brioche Chocolate Chip Rolls £1.50
Seeded Sandwich Rolls £1.50
Seeded Loaf £2.40
Chia Loaf £2.40
I have already tried both the brioche loaf and the seeded loaf, they are very soft and squishy like proper bread and the brioche one isn't over poweringly sweet like some normal brioches. I think the added advantage to these is they are high fibre which you don't get in a lot of gluten free breads.
Chicken Sausages with Feta, Spinach and Peas
Pork Sausages with Kale and Butternut Squash
Pork Sausages with Kidney Beans, Sweet Potato and Smoked Paprika
Pork Sausages with Roasted Red Pepper, Sundried Tomato and Quinoa
In the fridge there are some new Vegan products too which are also gluten free, made by Follow Your Heart there are some nice condiments, at least one of which is hard to get gluten free but these are obviously dairy and egg free too so great if you can't tolerate lactose or have allergies, they are pricey but could be a great alternative to dairy/egg options.
Vegan Honey Mustard £3.25
Vegan Caesar Salad Dressing £3.25
Also in the chiller I spotted another new chilled pasta make, this is is Ugo Chickpea Fusilli and also Spinach and Ricotta Tortelloni, around £3 a pack but might be something a little different. There are a few fresh pastas popping up at the moment, Sainsburys were actually the first to start selling it before but a different brand.
Sainsburys have also added some new home brand cereals to their free from range, all are £1.50 a box, they are pretty standard cereals but if you are a Sainsburys shopper then they are now on offer for you in there.
Choco Rice Pops
Finally check the freezers, in our store the free from has been split, savoury is with rest of the savoury frozen products and desserts have their own freezer packed with different dairy free desserts, some are old and have been available a while, but there was a couple of notable new ones.
Another one that caught my eye was also Whole Creations Little Kings which look like they are like Feasts (but with no chocolate down the middle) or Magnums, they have a nobbly outside like feasts or reminiscent of how an Almond Magnum looks.
The other ones that jumped out were Coconut Collaborative which are dairy free lollies made from coconut milk but there is also one coated in chocolate and one in mango.
Some nice unusual finds in Sainsburys, they have always been good at getting more obscure things in store, hopefully we keep seeing more!