Are Pop-Tarts Vegan?
Everyone has such fond memories of these sticky, sweet, sugary and multi-coloured breakfast treats. But are they vegan?
Nostalgic-favourite Pop-Tarts are made by breakfast giants Kelloggs and they sit in the category of toaster pastries – yes, that’s a thing! They were first introduced in 1964 and haven’t waned in popularity since. They’re the size of a giant domino, made up of two sealed rectangular pieces of shortcrust pastry that are filled with various sweet fillings, often coated in icing or frosting too.
Are Pop-Tarts vegan?
It’s another yes and no answer. Some Pop-Tart flavours are completely (or accidentally) vegan and a few aren’t because they contain dairy-based milk powder and gelatin.
Which Pop-Tarts are vegan?
- Brown-Sugar Cinnamon
Fancy making your own vegan pop tarts from scratch? Check out Val’s delicious recipe here.
By Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.