Are Uncrustables Vegan?
Uncrustables were always popular in school lunches in my day, but to everyone’s shock who has ever known this about me, I have never once had an uncrustable. But boy are/were they popular. I’m not sure if there’s a resurgence in their popularity or something, but lately I’ve been running into them quite often and have wondered about finally giving them a shot.
But judging by processed foods and their rampant obsession with putting milk in just because, I had my doubts if they were vegan.
Turns out they are Vegan though! All uncrustables are vegan other than the Honey ones and the ones made with a Nutella-like chocolate filling. They even have Uncrustables that are whole-wheat now, and honestly they’re not that bad for you. I might go buy myself a box and try my first uncrustable after seeing those.
My main complaint with Uncrustables is that they’re made with peanut butter, and that’s actually why I never tried one as I never liked peanut butter that much (heresy, I know). I wish they had an almond butter option, but peanut butter is so much more popular and thus cheaper so I doubt that’ll come alone. I guess I’ll give the peanut-butter ones a try just to know how they are.
So what flavors are vegan?
- Reduced Sugar Peanut Butter & Strawberry Spread on Whole Wheat
- Reduced Sugar Peanut Butter & Grape Jelly on Whole Wheat
- Peanut Butter & Strawberry Jam
- Peanut Butter & Grape Jelly (both club and normal sizes)
- Peanut Butter Sandwich
What flavors aren't vegan?
- Peanut Butter & Honey Spread on Whole Wheat
- Chocolate Flavored Hazlenut Spread Uncrustable