Junk Foods That Are Completely Vegan
Our favorite snacks that are not really junk but healthy foods.
Considering that a lot of people are starting to convert to being vegan, more and more vegan options are also starting to be readily available in the market. And yes, it is a very wise choice to do so as it leads one to having a healthy lifestyle.
But let’s be realistic, before some or most of us started being vegan, we have had our pig out moments and even have a favorite snack. What was your favorite snack? Could they have been some kind of junk food? For me is was and still is Oreos, Ritz Crackers and Reese’s Puffs.
And I’m sure you tried to avoid eating your favorite snack or junk food thinking that they aren’t healthy. Well, guess what, most of those snacks are actually fit for vegans. So it being vegan isn’t really difficult at all.
Check the super healthy snacks below.
10 Junk Foods You Didn’t Know Were Vegan
Who doesn’t love these chocolatey cookies? (And I totally won’t judge you for licking the icing out of the middle first. It’s the best part.) Just remember that you can’t dunk your cookies in a glass of milk if you want to eat by vegan standards.
Fritos Original Corn Chips
These classic crunchy chips will satisfy your salty craving. For an extra twist, try adding them to a bowl of veggie chili or using them as a base for a walking taco.
Sun Chips Original
Grab a bag of these wavy, square chips, and satisfy your hunger and health knowing that they’re vegan, along with being 100% multigrain.
Sour Patch Kids
First they’re sour, then they’re sweet. And you can feel sweet, knowing you’re not consuming any animal products when munching down on this delicious candy.
Although you do have to sacrifice the icing, it’s worth it knowing you can still eat one of these tasty pastries. Vegan flavors include apple cinnamon, blueberry, brown sugar cinnamon, and strawberry.
We’re not lying. Go ahead, eat the four boxes in one sitting while binge-watching Grey’s Anatomy on Netflix. FYI: Peanut Butter Patties, Lemonades, and Thanks-A-Lots are also vegan.
Try topping these rich and buttery crackers with a slice of vegan cheese.
Although its candy counterpart may contain animal products, try a bowl of Reese’s Puffs with almond milk, and “amazing things can happen.”
Nature Valley Crunchy Granola Bars
If you’re looking for an emergency snack to keep in your backpack for times of desperate hunger, buy a box of these vegan granola bars. You can try them in flavors such as apple crisp, cinnamon, maple brown sugar, and peanut butter.
We think it’s really “wheat” that these tasty crackers are considered vegan. The original flavor is tasty, but you can also switch it up by trying the garden vegetable, sun-dried tomato & basil, or zesty salsa.
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