What Flavors of Teddy Grahams are Vegan?

Teddy Grahams Vegan or Not

Teddy Grahams were one of my favorite snacks as a kid, hell even as a teenager before I got into healthy eating and veganism. Now, don’t get down in the dumps because of that statement; I’m not saying Teddy Grahams aren’t Vegan.

In fact, most flavors of Teddy Grahams are vegan, with only a few varieties/flavors being non-vegan and my personal favorite one, these chocolatey chip Teddy Grahams, are 100% Vegan.

Overall Teddy Grahams comes in 6 flavors/varieties of which about half are Vegan. One contains Honey, two contain dairy/eggs, three others are 100% Vegan as we discuss below.

Which Teddy Grahams are Vegan?

  • Chocolatey Chip Teddy Grahams
  • Cinnamon Teddy Grahams
  • Chocolate Teddy Grahams

Those three teddy graham varieties/flavors are the vegan ones, the others are non-vegan due to containing honey or eggs/milk.

To be specific, the “Honey” Teddy Grahams aren’t vegan simply because they, well, contain actual Honey. The “stuffed” soft-baked big teddy grahams have milk and eggs in them, both the vanilla and the chocolate flavors.

What's in the Vegan Teddie Grahams?

They’re pretty much just crackers with a little added flavoring, composing of largely wheat-flour, a bit of sugar, a bit of oil, and basic bread leavening agents like baking soda to help them during the cooking process and make them the crunchy tasty crackery things they are.

To be specific the ingredients in teddie grahams looks something like this (Chocolate Teddy Grahams Ingredients): Graham Flour (Whole Grain Wheat Flour), Unbleached Enriched Flour (Wheat Flour, Niacin, Reduced Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate {Vitamin B1}, Riboflavin {Vitamin B2}, Folic Acid), Sugar, Soybean Oil, Cocoa (Natural and Processed with Alkali), Dextrose, Honey, Maltodextrin, Calcium Carbonate (Source of Calcium), Baking Soda, Salt, Natural and Artificial Flavor (Contains Barley), Soy Lecithin, Chocolate, Corn Syrup, Zinc Oxide (Source of Zinc), Reduced Iron.

Are Teddy Grahams Healthy?

Healthy is relative; I’d consider Teddy Grahams to not be horribly unhealthy, but they’re not really a health-food either. I’d say you shouldn’t kick them out of your diet if you like them, just don’t sit an eat a box in a single sitting or eat many boxes a week. They’re great for traveling or a snack with some tea or whatever to hold you over until your next meal.

Are Teddy Grahams dairy free?

All the traditional Teddy Grahams are dairy-free, although the new “soft-baked” Teddie Grahams that have chocolate or vanilla filling aren’t dairy free or vegan. They contain both Eggs and Milk.