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Greggs launches its Autumn Menu for 2021 including vegan bacon roll

Greggs has delighted fans with the launch of its autumn menu for 2021 - including a Vegan Bacon Breakfast Roll and a Vegan Sausage Breakfast Roll.

The chain, who caused a sensation when they launched the vegan sausage roll in 2019, have now added two new plant-based treats on the menu alongside a  a host of delicious new fall-themed treats that are available across the country.

Greggs fans can now get their hands on six new food products, including Roast Chicken & Stuffing Baguette and a delicious Sticky Toffee Muffin. 

Also on the menu is popular autumnal drink Pumpkin Spice Latte - which launched in August this year. 

Greggs has delighted fans with the launch of its autumn menu for 2021 - including a Vegan Bacon Breakfast Roll and a Vegan Sausage Breakfast Roll (pictured)

Greggs fans can now get their hands on seven new products, including Roast Chicken & Stuffing Baguette (pictured), or a delicious Sticky Toffee Muffin.

Among the new plant-based treats on the menu is the Vegan Bacon Breakfast Roll, which is available in more than 100 stores nationwide. 

Made from delicious smoky flavour plant-based bacon, packed into a freshly baked corn top roll. 

What's on the Gregg's autumn food menu? 

Roast Chicken & Stuffing Baguette

From £3.20

526 calories 

Spicy Chicken and Red Pepper Soup

From £2.00

120 Calories

Vegan Bacon Breakfast Roll

From £1.90

276 Calories

Sticky Toffee Muffin

From £1.05

382 Caloriesops nationwide

Hash Brown 2 Pack

From £1.00

151 Calories 

Vegan Sausage Breakfast Roll

From £1.90

411 Calories   

Also on the menu is their Quorn Sausage bun.  The dish is packed into a pillow-soft, corn top roll, freshly prepared every morning. 

And if you're looking for a side dish, try the new hash browns.

Made from shredded potatoes, lovingly seasoned and perfectly fried, then baked in store until crisp and brown, the breakfast treat is the perfect addition to have alongside your Breakfast Roll and morning coffee.

You can also add to a breakfast deal for just 50p or buy as a 2 pack for only £1.   

If it's a meaty treat you're after, Greggs has also launched a succulent roast chicken breast slices, coated in sage & onion stuffing with a generous helping of rich chicken gravy, packed into a delicious, freshly baked baguette.    

While  if you're feeling down, this Spicy Chicken and Red Pepper Soup is bound to perk you up. Part of Gregg's 'Balanced Choice Range', not only is it mouth-wateringly tasty, it also counts as two of your five a day.

Made from a delicious mix of chicken, tomato, onion, celery, red pepper, green beans and rice with Cajun style spices and chilli, for just the right amount of kick. 

Alongside Greggs' new wraps and sandwiches, customers can also enjoy a Greggs' velvety smooth flat white or warming peppermint tea. 

All freshly ground coffee, tea and hot chocolate is Fairtrade certified. 

While if you're feeling down, this Spicy Chicken and Red Pepper Soup is bound to perk you up. Part of Gregg's 'Balanced Choice Range', not only is it mouth-wateringly tasty, it also counts as two of your five a day

For those after a sweet treat, the sticky toffee muffins is also on the menu. A wonderfully spongey, toffee flavour muffin with toffee and caramel flavour fudge pieces, complete with a deliciously gooey toffee flavoured centre.

And if you're looking for a side dish, try the new hash browns. Made from shredded potatoes, lovingly seasoned and perfectly fried, then baked in store until crisp and brown, the breakfast treat is the perfect addition to have alongside your Breakfast Roll and morning coffee.

Those looking to make sure they nab their favourite sandwich or wrap before it sells out each day can make click-and-collect orders via the Greggs Rewards app. 

For those after a sweet treat, the sticky toffee muffins is also on the menu. 

A wonderfully spongey, toffee flavour muffin with toffee and caramel flavour fudge pieces, complete with a deliciously gooey toffee flavoured centre. 

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