'Deliciously Ella' Vegan Snacks Launch In UK Retailer Tesco

The plant-based snacks are now available in Tesco's
The newly-launched snacks are now available at Tesco (Photo: Deliciously Ella)

The blogger behind the 'Deliciously Ella' franchise has announced the launch of a vegan oat bar range, which hit the Tesco's shelves this week.

'Deliciously Ella' founder Ella Mills and husband Matthew Mills have released three flavors of the vegan snacks.

Cacao & Almond, Apricot & Coconut, and Apple, Raisin & Cinnamon are the recipes for the vegan and gluten-free bars packed with fruit, oats, and fiber.

'Pick me up'

Mills claims the bars are completely natural and act as a snack between meals.

She says: "As someone that is always on the go, I created these bars as the perfect way to snack in between meals. 

"The bars are completely natural and all of the recipes have been guided by what’s been most popular on my blog and in our delis. Like our existing range of Energy Balls, these are a great pick me up."

The oat bars are available in Tesco's for 99p each, or £2.75 for a multipack of three.

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