Are Sprinkles Vegan? These Are!
Take the guesswork out of your edible decor. Give these vegan sprinkles a shake!
Did you know that not all sprinkles are vegan-friendly? Believe us when we say we were shook, too! The non-vegan ingredient offenders in your traditional sprinkles may include beeswax, carmine, castoreum, cochineal, confectioner’s glaze, and shellac. While this may not be true for all sprinkle brands, it’s always worth scanning that ingredient list. But while we’re on the topic of lists, we’ve got a good one for you. In the name of plant-based research, check out the seven best brands for vegan sprinkles.
Not only are the Rainbow Sprinkles and Nonpareil Sprinkles from Color Kitchen vegan, but they are free from artificial colors. This natural brand seriously has some of the best vegan sprinkles on the market! BRB, we’re whipping up decked-out sugar cookies. In addition, Color Kitchen sells other vegan baking ingredients like frosting colors and icing mixes. Find this better-for-you brand at select health food stores and Whole Foods Markets.
Good news! All the Supernatural Kitchen sprinkles are vegan. But we aren’t just talking about one or two options. This vegan sprinkle brand has countless shapes and colors. From Christmas Sequins and Rainbow Crunchies to Unicorn Tracks and Dinomite Sprinkles, this brand is nailing the seasons and celebrations. It’s time to bake the cupcakes, prepare the frosting, and get creative with the vegan sprinkles.
Made with cookies, cakes, and ice cream sundaes in mind, these fancy sprinkles are a must-have for your baking cabinet. Here’s your sign to try Let’s Do Organic Confetti Sprinkelz. These organic vegan sprinkles use natural dyes from red cabbage, beets, and turmeric. But don’t worry, these taste totally sweet. Bonus—these simple dessert toppers are also gluten-free and kosher.
In addition to vegan-friendly food coloring and extracts, Watkins has the hookup on vegan sprinkles. Your plant-based treat recipes need these fancy embellishments! Our current faves include the Rainbow Sprinkles, Nonpareils, and Rainbow Decorating Sugar. You’ll find us dressing up our sugar cookies, hot cocoa, and ice cream sundaes with Watkins sprinkles.
This Albany, Oregon bakery is taking its vegan sprinkles nationwide. The brand’s virtual shop offers a variety of beautiful and tasty edible decorations. From holiday baking to everyday celebrations, Natural Sprinkles Co. has you covered. We see you, Hot Pink Pearls, True Blue Sugar Crystals, Orange and Black Spooktakular Pearls, and Mistletoe Rock Pearls.
Are there any plant-based bakers in the house? Sweet Eva’s has the hookup on inclusive sprinkles. Although this brand is not fully vegan, shoppers can easily identify the cruelty-free options. Think Rainbow Sequins, Metallic Silver Stars, Chocolate Sprinkles, and Sparkling Silver Sugar Crystals. Our homemade treats have never looked better! While you might not find this vegan sprinkle brand at Target, Amazon has your back.
While the full lineup is not vegan, Sweetapolita has a section of fully vegan sprinkles. Cruelty-free options include the Birthday Party Mix, Edible Glitter Blend, Christmas Nonpareils, and Crunchy Sprinkles in a variety of colors. We can see those creative wheels turning! Check out this vegan-friendly baking décor brand ASAP. You seriously won’t regret it.
During her studies to become a registered dietitian, Anja—a longtime vegetarian—transitioned to a vegan diet. Living in Kalamazoo, Michigan at the time (Go Broncos!), she met Maggie and Tammie through VegOut Kalamazoo (one of VegOut’s first focus cities) and began collaborating with the duo. When she’s not writing about new vegan eats, practicing as a pediatric clinical dietitian, and virtually coaching fellow plant-based eaters, you can find her creating veg-centric recipes, trying new cruelty-free products, and spending time with her partner Addison and cat Kovu.
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