Is puff pastry vegan? Well, the answer is usually a big no. Puff pastries are usually made with butter and sometimes eggs. They also might be stuffed with cheese and other non-vegan ingredients. But there’s good news!
There are a few vegan puff pastry brands on the market made with non-dairy alternatives. Granted, they aren’t the healthiest products on there with oils and trans-fats, but the definition of veganism has to do with ethics first, not health. Let’s get to the list…
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Vegan Puff Pastry Brands with No Dairy
Orgran All Purpose Pastry Mix
This is a great gluten-free and non-GMO option for you pastry lovers.
This is all-purpose so that you can use it for multiple things, not just pastries. It’s nice and flaky, and for it to be all-purpose, it plays the pastry role well.
Sometimes when you try to do a bunch of things, you end up sacrificing quality.
This dough is wheat-free, dairy-free, soy-free, egg-free, yeast-free, and nut-free.
They’ve also specified that all the ingredients are vegetable-based. A major plus if you’re concerned about super-trace ingredients.
Aussie Bakery All Natural Puff Pastry Sheets
This brand prides itself on being 100% vegan, and rightfully so.
You can’t taste, see, or feel the difference.
They have a nice dark golden color, slightly different from the light gold of most puff pastries, but that’s the only difference.
It still has that light and airy feel that goes well with all filling and desserts.
It’s flaky and delicious and a smaller brand big on quality. So, you won’t be disappointed if you give it a try.
Pampas Puff Pastry Sheets
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This has a taste and texture similar to Pepperidge Farm.
It has that buttery, flaky feel without the butter.
You can buy these in a single box and bulk, but only in stores.
For some reason, these have a savory taste so that they can do desserts, but they work better with vegan sausage rolls and things like that.
Jus-Rol Puff Pastry
This puff pastry comes in blocks, not like others that come in sheets.
This makes it great for like puff pastry bowls and boats.
This company makes plenty of pastry-type doughs, so they have got a good handle on things.
These are also more savory than sweet because of the lemon juice they put in their dough. But not everyone wants to make sweet pastries, so this is another good alternative to sweeter doughs.
Pepperidge Farm Puff Pastry Sheets
They are in most grocery stores, so you don’t have to search far and wide for them.
And They get the job done well every time. It’s a trusted brand,
Pepperidge Farm makes plenty of bread and pastries, not all of them vegan, of course, but the gist is they know what they’re doing. They’re also available in most places, so you can pick them up when shopping.
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It does have a lengthy ingredient list, but it’s a dough that’s not taking the easy street by using butter, eggs, and milk, so it can be forgiven.
The only major downside is the hydrogenated oil and high-fructose corn syrup, but don’t worry, and there are other options on the list.
Okay, so you don’t like any of the products here. We get it. The ingredients are quit bad, but you can always look up some recipes to make at home.
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