There are tons of vegan frozen waffle brands out there that are non-dairy, have no eggs and are cruelty-free. And we have a bunch of them on this list!
We’ve also featured a video at the end of this list which features 2 unique ways to make vegan waffles. You HAVE to see it. Let’s get to the list…
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If you want a nice, plain and inexpensive waffle to just go with your morning tofu scramble and veggie bacon then this will do it for you.
It’s multigrain and doesn’t have any particular flavor. But though it’s a plain, original flavor it’s not bland. You could add syrup to this or you could just eat it by itself.
Either way it’s still pretty good. And its available online and at your local Whole foods so you can pick these up any time.
It has 22 whole grains per serving, which is a good amount, and a great way to kickstart your day with some whole grains.
Kashi stepped it up by also making these gluten-free in addition to being made from 100% whole grains.
These get really crispy around the edges, so if that something you like, I would definitely go for this brand.
These have a whopping 28g of whole grains per serving and they’re a good source of fiber as well.
These are also non-GMO and have this slight vanilla flavor. So even though they’re also considered a plain waffle, they’re far from it.
These waffles, use all organic ingredients. In addition to that, they have no high fructose corn syrup, artificial colors, flavor, or preservatives, and they’re non-GMO.
They only have 15g of whole grains per serving which is less than their competitors, but they also contain 4g of protein which is pretty good for one waffle.
Only six come in a box so you might find yourself buying these quite frequently if you eat a lot of waffles.
They are packed with superfoods and ancient grains. And they use all organic ingredients.
They have a natural vanilla flavor and they use a pear juice concentrate to give these a little sweetness, so you can eat them all by themselves.
They have no cholesterol, no trans fat, and are a great source of omega 3’s. If you really want a kickstart then give these a try.
These are similar to the Chia Plus waffles, but obviously use flax instead (another super seed!). They also use whole wheat flour rather than a bunch of ancient grains.
Either way, still whole grain and still delicious!
They’re mini so you can make a couple, pop them in a baggie, and be on your way.
They’re flavored already so you don’t need any extras like syrup or agave.
They go great with fruits on the side making this a perfect grab and go breakfast. No to mention they’re really inexpensive and you can pick them up at your local Whole Foods, so you can always have them handy.
They don’t have the apple attached and they’re not mini, but they are gluten-free, and 100% whole grain. Honestly, these are even pretty good for a snack too.
They go great with anything sweet because the cinnamon provides the spice. Peanut butter and bananas on top of these is definitely a favorite.
These waffles are fragrant and yummy.
Pop these in the toaster and it’ll smell like you made them yourself from scratch, and they’re so good they taste like it too.
These are gluten free and have no trans fat or cholesterol. All reasons to give them a try in my book.
These, in particular, are fall in a box.
Everything you love about pumpkin spice, in a waffle. The spicy seasonal flavor, mixed with the sweetness of the pumpkin, it’s like autumn heaven.
These go great with vegan bacon and tofu scrambles because the sweetness of the waffle is balanced out by the savory flavors.
Overall, they’re perfect, just buy them.
I don’t think there are even any other vegan chocolate chip waffles on the market.
Again, this should be an easy one, but not very many have dared to touch the territory. Nature’s Path not only touched the territory, they danced in it.
These are amazing.
There are literally no other words. Gluten and wheat free. 10g of whole grains per serving, and a good source of Omega 3’s. They’re even a better source if you top with whole flax seeds.
They’ve honestly outdone themselves. Just go get a get a box, they will be worth every penny.
Now that you’ve got a bunch of vegan waffle brands to try, what should you do with them?
Check out this video below for 2 ways to enjoy vegan waffles that you’ll become totally addicted to…
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