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Finally sharing the last instalment of my Scandinavia trip recap- “Vegan on Tour: Stockholm”! We arrived in Stockholm pretty late after a long train ride from Oslo (I think I slept most of the way! Chia Pudding with Raspberry Compote (and a banana on the side) from a lovely health food store, 8t8.
I noticed they also stocked the Epic Protein powders by Sprout Living which are supposed to be really good but which we unfortunately can’t get in the UK.
Looks the same but this one was the “Health Nut”: Strawberries, banana, toasted coconut, peanut butter and oat milk.
This raw salad from Doctor Salad had marinated red cabbage, sweet peas, mixed salad, zucchini, sprouts, pomegranate seeds, green onions, almonds, cashew cream, avocado and pumpkin seeds. The organic bakery, Naturbageriet, was almost all vegan and had all the pastries you could ever want, as well as some savoury pies and tarts. A lot of the exclusively vegetarian restaurants weren’t open in the evening or closed early but we found a great Mexican (non-veggie) restaurant in our neck of the woods called Calexico’s and loved it so much we had to go back for a second meal there. We got some of their raw caesar salad and raw bolognese stuffed tomatoes but they were out of pesto for their courgette noodles.
I hope this is helpful for anyone planning a trip to Stockholm, or even if you’re not, that you’ve enjoyed a little peek into what a “vegan on tour” gets up to! We did the marathon so went to Hard Rock cafe for a veggie burger as we knew where that was- too hungry to look around! After reading this, I am actually prickling with excitement, even though I have no immediate plans to visit Sweden and won’t be seeing these products in person! That Mexican food you got looked mouthwatering, I can see why you wanted to keep going back. I’m Emma, a passionate vegan foodie sharing my kitchen adventures and healthy plant-based creations.


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I’ve deliberately not shared many pictures of the city itself and limited myself to mostly recapping our food adventures as it would have been even longer had I done so. There was no air con and the heat put me to sleep) and quickly checked out our little apartment (which we found through airbnb again) before heading out for some dinner. We loved this place and went regularly, mainly to chat with one of the girls working there, Hannah, who was a lot of fun and always happy to talk.
It was kind of like a mini Whole Foods- definitely not all veggie but they had some good vegan takeaway options, including this noodle salad, enjoyed in the nearby park. They had a good range of ingredients for home cooking, fridge and freezer items, organic fruit and veg and vegan snacks.
This was the “Goji Delicious” : Goji berries, almonds, rosehip, strawberries, banana and oat milk.
Cinnamon buns are a classic Swedish treat, normally eaten for “fika” which is the Swedish equivalent of our English “afternoon tea”.
This burrito was stuffed full of spicy black beans, grilled vegetables, rice, guacamole, plantains (the best part!) and salsa verde. We found a nice all raw place, Matapoteket, but it was only open during the day and by the time we got there, hoping to pick up some takeaway dinner, they’d run out of most of their food. We happened to have half a jar of olive tapenade, an avocado and can of chickpeas back at the apartment so we threw it all together and made a tasty and satisfying meal! Terrible picture of the brazil nut pie, with sauerkraut, curried salad, crudites and miso dip. I was a little gutted we didn’t discover the Renee Voltaire cafe until the end of our stay as it looked fantastic and had a million and one different vegan salads, hot dishes and desserts.


I’d seen them earlier in the week, along with vegan carrot cake and chocolate cake but had been too excited about the smoothies to try one. Love the sound of the mexican place- I often find they have good veggie options although I have to ask about the beans as I think sometimes they are cooked in stock.
After reading your post, I am happy to know that Stockholm is getting vegan-friendly and these are stunning dishes you had! We are known in the industry as the “Nutritional Supplement Professionals” due to our highly knowledgeable staff. We’d looked online to find somewhere open late, veg-friendly and near where we were staying and discovered Beijing 8, an Asian dumpling restaurant which looked promising.
The shop has a really good selection of products and normally (outside of the summer months), there’s a noodle bar in the other half of the place which looks to be worth checking out if you’re visiting. Naturbageriet have a couple of locations in the city and I think in Copenhagen too so make sure you get there! This was a mish-mash of a few of the different salads available- Kamut berry, bean & raw golden and candy cane beetroot, buckwheat salad, beetroot hummus, leafy greens and rye bread and extra hummus on the side. The scenery is beautiful- lots of great hiking opportunities, the cities are vibrant and there’s excellent vegan food to be had!
I’m running low on my vanilla Sunwarrior and when I finish it I’m hoping to replace it with the Sprout Living stuff- if I can find a UK stockist! My Swedish friend gave me these raw bars few months ago (Raw Bite) and they were so good as travel snacks! I want to try the Goji smoothie, chia pudding with raspberry compote, cinnamon bum (mmm, does it have salt on it?! Thank you for sharing your vegan finds in Stockholm, I’ll bookmark this if we ever go back to Sweden!




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