Meatless Farm Spag bol Recipe / Try plant based food


  • 3 tbsp olive oil
  • 400g Meatless Farm Co mince
  • 1 medium onion peeled and diced
  • 2 garlic cloves, peeled & minced
  • 1 tbsp tomato puree
  • 400g of tinned chopped tomatoes
  • 3 tbsp of vegan Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 bunch basil
  • 1 cup of vegan style parmesan or hard cheese
  • 200g of fresh or dried spaghetti
  • Salt
  • Black pepper



1 adult, 2 children 1 infant (with leftovers for my family but each person different)




  1. Heat a saucepan over a medium heat with 2-3 tablespoons of oil and add the onion and garlic. Cook without colouring for a few minutes, then add The Meatless Farm Co mince and season with salt and pepper.
  2. Cook The Meatless Farm Co mince until its browned all over, then stir in the tomato purée, followed by the tinned tomatoes and season to taste.
  3. Bring to a boil then let simmer for around 10 minutes – add a splash of water or vegetable stock if it is looking a bit dry.
  4. Meanwhile, bring a large pan of seasoned water to the boil and add the pasta. Stir to stop the pasta from sticking and cook for 7–10 minutes.
  5. When it is fully cooked, drain in a colander and drizzle with a little olive oil to prevent the spaghetti from sticking together.
  6. Serve and enjoy!


the meatless farm co. plant based mince



the meatless farm co. plant based mince



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20 things about The Meatless Farm co.

  1. Packaged in a protective atmosphere.
  2. Made in the UK.
  3. Their products only have one ingredient used for flavouring. There are no allergens present in this specific ingredient – a brown powder produced from salt, maltodextrin (a white powder made from potato starch), sunflower oil, Arabic gum (a natural gum consisting of the hardened sap of various species of the acacia tree). Soya is the only allergen present.
  4. Both the sleeve and tray that we use for our mince and burgers are widely recyclable. In addition to this, the tray is also made from a minimum of 50% recycled material.
  5. Gluten free – check labelling.
  6. Safe for freezing before and after cooking, giving you great flexibility whether you’re preparing meals for the week or just wanting something quick and easy in the freezer
  7. No GMO
  8. Mince has 21.1g protein and our burgers have 21.8g protein per 100g.
  9. Yes, 100% suitable for vegans.
  10. They use soya protein concentrate to provide a fibrous texture; it’s also a good source of protein
  11. Meat Free Mince – made with Soya, Peas and Rice Proteins
  12. Plant-based – cruelty-free
  13. Delicious and not taste-free!
  14. Switch to meat-free products to save the same amount of water as a long shower.
  15. Gluten-free, so perfect for those with wheat intolerances
  16. High in fibre.
  17. High protein – so great for the health conscious among you.
  18. Less impact on the environment than meat-based products.
  19. Looks like meat to encourage people to try – great taste and texture with none of the bad stuff.
  20. Source of dietary fibre.


Good for planet…

A big amount can be achieved if you choose meatless food products, for example, did you know that if you make the easy switch to this meat free mince you will be saving the amount of water equivalent to a long shower and the carbon footprint equivalent to going for a long drive!

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Great for healthy lifestyle…

Plant based diets are typically higher in fibre and was, help people feel full longer, and they usually contain a higher percentage of fruits and vegetables which are less calorie-dense than other foods with similar volume.

Plant-based diets have been linked to a number of health benefits, including reducing your risk of heart disease, certain cancers, obesity, diabetes and cognitive decline.



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“We created our meatless mince with everyone in mind – not just vegetarians and vegans, but flexitarians and meat eaters, too. We believe that we have created a great alternative to beef mince, which is #. We understand that we may not be for everyone, but we will always be dedicated to making fresh plant-based meat alternatives that above all taste delicious, because that’s what’s important!”

All opinions are our own – 

We were gifted from Nexus Comms for this challenge:

  • Tinned tomatoes
  • Onion, garlic
  • Tomato puree
  • Tinned tomatoes
  • Lea and perrins
  • Meatless farm mince
  • Spaghetti
  • Spaghetti measurer
  • Pencil case
  • Crayons
  • Tote Bag
  • Little lunch box with knife and fork. 

the meatless farm co. plant based mince



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8 thoughts on “Meatless Farm Spag bol Recipe / Try plant based food

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  1. We make this quite often. The strong flavour of the tomatoes, herbs and garlic make it a great way to ‘replace’ meat with a meatless alternative. My children don’t even know I do it!

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  2. Spag bol is always a firm favourite in our house, have never heard of meatless farm mince before though so will have to keep an eye out as we don’t eat much meat x


  3. Oo this looks delicious! As a vegetarian I am always on the look out for new products to try and this brand definitely appeal to me 🙂


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