Greggs Festive Bake is back for 2021

Greggs Festive Bake is back! Fans go wild as bakery launches the Christmas treat for 2021 alongside a VEGAN version for the first time – and they’re both already selling out!

  • Greggs have delighted fans with the return of their Festive Bake for 2021 
  • This year it includes a vegan bake made from Quorn pieces for the first time  
  • Fans say it’s the ‘best treat ever’ while others have struggled to get their hands on it 

Greggs have delighted fans with the return of their Festive Bake for 2021 – and this year vegans can enjoy the treat too as the chain has also launched a plant-based version.   

Foodies can now get their hands on the Festive Bake, as well as the brand-new Vegan Festive Bake at stores across the UK.

The new festive menu also includes five delicious festive sweet treats, including the Christmas Bun, Christmas Tree Biscuit and Christmas Cake Slice.

The new additions join the Christmas treats already in Greggs shops, including the Pigs Under Blankets Baguette, Christmas Lunch Soup and a range of festive drinks. 

Greggs have delighted fans with the return of their Festive Bake for 2021 – and this year vegans can enjoy the treat too as the chain has also launched a plant-based version

Made from a delicious crumb topped pastry, filled with pieces of cooked chicken, sage and onion stuffing and cooked sweetcure bacon, covered in a creamy sage & cranberry sauce – the Festive Bake is a huge hit with fans with hundreds sharing pictures of it online and saying they’re rushing to their local sore to get one.

For the first time, Greggs has also launched the vegan festive bake. 

Taking inspiration from the original masterpiece, the Vegan Festive Bake has been made from puff pastry, filled with savoury flavour Quorn™ mycoprotein pieces, sage & onion stuffing balls and vegan bacon crumb, wonderfully finished with a mouth-watering sage & cranberry sauce.

Hundreds of fans have taken to Twitter to reveals their love for the snack – but some have revealed their disappointment and not getting their hands on them. 

Taking inspiration from the original masterpiece, the Vegan Festive Bake has been made from puff pastry, filled with savoury flavour Quorn™ mycoprotein pieces, sage & onion stuffing balls and vegan bacon crumb, wonderfully finished with a mouth-watering sage & cranberry sauce. Gregg’s is pictured

‘Me at the Greggs queue waiting me festive bake,’ one person wrote with a meme of a smiling person. 

‘The Greggs vegan festive bake slaps,’ wrote another. 

‘Just had my first Festive bake from Greggs – Quite possibly the nicest thing I’ve ever eaten,’ commented a third.

‘Greggs vegan festive bake gets a big fat 10/10 from me it’s a little bit SEXY,’ said a fourth.  

‘My excitement for @GreggsOfficial vegan festive bake was not disappointed today,’ wrote another. 

‘Just had my first festive bake of the 2021 Christmas season, please mr greggs make them available all year round,’ one fan suggested.

Hundreds of fans have taken to Twitter to reveals their love for the snack – but some have revealed their disappointment and not getting their hands on them.

‘The festive bake at Greggs is undefeated,’ wrote another.

However, some were disappointed at they weren’t able to get the bakes on delivery services, with one person writing they were going to ‘cry’ as it wasn’t available on Just Eat.

Another added that they couldn’t find it all in Norwich.

Greggs said that the bake has been ‘really, really popular’ and ‘sold out in some shops’ making it unavailable on Just Eat.

‘We’re working hard to get this back in our shops as soon as possible,’ they added.

The new Bake marks yet another scrumptious addition to the on-the-go retailer’s increasingly popular vegan range, following the 2019 debut of the Vegan Sausage Roll, 2020’s hearty Vegan Steak Bake and the Vegan Sausage, Bean and CheeZe Melt that took customers by storm this summer.

Hannah Squirrell, Customer Director at Greggs, told FEMAIL: ‘The Festive Bake is the latest iconic Greggs Bake to receive a vegan-friendly makeover, and it retains all the classic Christmassy flavours of the original.

‘There’s nothing better over the festive season than tucking into delicious Christmas food, and we’re confident that customers will love our latest tasty Bakes.’

The chain famously launched a vegan sausage roll in January 2019, which saw customers queue for hours and travel from town to town to get their hands of the treat. 

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