What Sara Lee Breads are Vegan?
While personally I’m more of a Nature’s Own type of guy, I definitely don’t have anything bad to say about Sara Lee’s breads.
Almost all of their breads are Vegan, with a few exceptions that contain honey, and one or two that contain dairy/butter.
They even have vegan English Muffins, which are usually never vegan when bought from a grocery store.
So which of their breads are Vegan?
Regular Sara Lee Vegan Breads
- Classic 100% Whole Wheat Bread
- Classic White Bread
- Cracked Wheat Bread
- Giant White Bread
- Iron Kids White Bread
- Italian Bread
- Texas Toast
- Potato Bread
- Old Fashioned White Bread
- White Sandwich Bread
Those are all the Vegan ones that are widely available, the rest either contain honey, d3 made from sheep’s wool, or butter/dairy.
The Non-vegan Regular breads made by Sara Lee are: Sweet Hawaiian Bread, White Made with Whole Grain Bread, Butter Bread, Delightful Whole Wheat Bread, Delightful Healthy Multi-Grain Bread, Delightful Wheat Bread, and the Soft & Smooth 100% Whole Wheat Bread.
Artesano Sara Lee Vegan Breads
- Artesano Bakery Bread
The whole wheat & Golden Wheat Artesano breads contain honey, and currently those are the only ones that seem to be available that have standardized ingredients that they’re made from.
Vegan Sara Lee English Muffins
- Toaster Plane Made with Whole Grain English Muffin
- Toaster Plane English Muffins
The “Wheat” (mixed whole wheat and regular wheat) are unfortunately not vegan as they contain honey.
Sara Lee Vegan Bagels
- Blueberry Bagels
- Cinnamon Raisin Bagels
- Everything Bagels
- Onion Bagels
- Plain Bagels
All of their Bagels appear to be vegan, including all of the above flavors in their Toaster-Sized Varieties.
Sara Lee Vegan Buns & Rolls
- Sweet Hawaiian Rolls
- Sweet Hawaiian Sandwich Buns
- Artesano Bakery Rolls
- Artesano Bakery Buns
It appears that all of their Buns & Rolls are also vegan, which is quite nice, especially seeing that they have Hawaiian Rolls that are Vegan. Hawaiian rolls are virtually never vegan, and while I haven’t tried them (yet!) so I can’t personally vouch for them, it’s nice to see that they’re vegan.