Vegan Burger Buns
It’s so easy to find a plant-based burger these days, but it seems much more difficult to find a brand of vegan hamburger buns to go with them!
This list of vegan burger buns brands can hopefully help you find a brand that’s right for you. If you’re looking for a certain type of hamburger bun — like whole wheat, gluten-free, or potato — check the description to see if they have the right variety.
If you are on a gluten-free diet, all vegan gluten-free hamburger buns will have (GF) written next to them so you know which varieties are suitable for your diet!
Check the “where to buy” section for each brand to see which stores carry them. If the brand has a store locator or an online shop, I’ll link those in case you are interested.
As always, all ingredients are subject to change, so even though these products were vegan-friendly when I wrote this post, always read the ingredients to make sure nothing has changed!
Vegan Hamburger Buns Brands
Dave’s Killer Bread
If you like the taste DBK’s sandwich bread, they now have two varieties of hamburger buns, and they are both guaranteed vegan! Choose between their classic-style hamburger buns or their buns topped with whole grains and seeds for a healthy plant-based bun option!
Where to Buy: You can buy Dave’s Killer Bread hamburger buns at many major and specialty grocery stores, including Walmart, Publix, Sprouts, Whole Foods, Winn-Dixie, Safeway, and more! Use their store locator to find a store near you.
Dave’s Killer Bread Vegan Hamburger Buns:
- Burger Buns Done Right
- 21 Whole Grains & Seeds
Angelic Bakehouse products are all vegan-friendly, non-GMO, and clean label. These are perfect if you’re looking for a healthy burger bun, as both of their bun products are made with sprouted whole grains!
Choose between regular sprouted whole wheat hamburger buns or vegan sprouted whole wheat sliders!
Where to Buy: You can order Angelic Bakehouse products directly from their website, or you can find them at select grocery stores, including Whole Foods, Target, Walmart Supercenter, and Sprouts. Check their store locator before you shop, as the availability of buns varies.
Angelic Bakehouse Vegan Hamburger Buns:
- Sprouted Whole Wheat Hamburger Buns
- Sprouted Whole Wheat Slider Buns
365 Everyday Value
365 Everyday Value hamburger buns are sold exclusively at Whole Foods Markets, and some of them are vegan-friendly! Stick with the organic buns, as the non-organic varieties contain cane sugar which is not guaranteed vegan.
Where to Buy: You can buy 365 Everyday Value products at Whole Foods, or if you have a Whole Foods nearby, you can get them shipped to you with Amazon Prime Whole Foods delivery!
365 Everyday Value Vegan Hamburger Buns:
- Organic Classic Hamburger Buns
- Organic Whole Wheat Hamburger Buns
365 Everyday Value Buns that are NOT Vegan:
- White Hamburger Buns (not organic)
- Whole Wheat Hamburger Buns (not organic)
- Brioche Hamburger Buns
Alvarado Street Bakery
If you have a store near you that carries Alvarado Street Bakery products, their hamburger buns are vegan-friendly! All vegan products are labeled on their website, and their organic, sprouted wheat hamburger buns are labeled vegan-friendly!
Alvarado Street Bakery Vegan Hamburger Buns:
- Sprouted Wheat Burger Buns
Little Northern Bakehouse
Gluten-free vegan hamburger buns can be hard to find, but if you’re a vegan on a gluten-free diet, Little Northern Bakehouse has you covered! Not only are these buns free of gluten and animal products, but they are also made with nutrient-dense ingredients like chia seeds and millet!
Where to Buy: You can buy Little Northern Bakehouse products in select health food stores like Sprouts and The Fresh Market. Use their store locator to find a store near you!
Little Northern Bakehouse Vegan Hamburger Buns:
- Millet & Chia Buns (GF)
Food for Life
All Food for Life brand hamburger buns are vegan-friendly and loaded with nutrients! If you want a bun that packs a lot of plant-based protein, get one of the Ezekiel 4:9 bun varieties — they have up to 10 grams of vegan protein per bun!
Where to Buy: You can buy Food for Life products in select stores including Publix, Whole Foods, and Shoprite. Use their store locator to find products near you.
Food For Life Vegan Hamburger Buns:
- Sprouted Whole Wheat Burger Buns
- Ezekiel 4:9 Sesame Sprouted Grain Burger Buns
- Ezekiel 4:9 sprouted Whole Grain Burger Buns
Franz Bakery makes many varieties of hamburger buns, but only their organic buns are vegan! When you check out the Franz Bakery website, all of their vegan products are clearly labeled vegan, so you don’t have to go through all of the ingredients!
Where to Buy: You can buy Franz Bakery products at select stores and bakeries, including Walmart. Their store locator isn’t that helpful (or I just can’t figure it out), but keep your eye out for these organic buns at your local grocery store!
Franz Vegan Hamburger Buns:
- Organic Hamburger Buns
Franz Buns that are NOT Vegan:
- All non-organic Franz buns are not vegan.
Rudi’s bakery is known for making gluten-free products, but unfortunately, all of their vegan buns are not gluten-free. But if you want white or wheat organic vegan hamburger buns, Rudi’s is a great choice!
Where to Buy: You can buy Rudi’s hamburger buns in the bakery section of select natural foods stores, including Whole Foods Market, The Fresh Market, Natural Grocers, Sprouts, and Albertsons. Check their store locator to find products before you shop.
Rudi’s Vegan Hamburger Buns:
- Organic White Hamburger Buns
- Organic 100% Whole Wheat Buns
- Organic Wheat Hamburger Buns
If you are looking for a Vegan Keto hamburger bun, check out Unbun Foods! The regular buns are not vegan-friendly because they contain egg whites, but the Vegan Keto buns are plant-based as well as gluten-free!
Where to Buy: You can buy Unbun products in the freezer section of select health foods stores, including Whole Foods. Use their store locator to find products near you!
Unbun Vegan Hamburger Buns:
- Vegan Keto Unbuns (GF)
Unbun Buns that are NOT Vegan:
- Regular Unbuns (contain egg whites)
Non-Vegan Hamburger Buns Brands
Here are some popular brands of burger buns that are definitely not vegan because they contain one or more animal products:
- Pepperidge Farm hamburger buns are not vegan because they contain milk and some contain other non-vegan ingredients including honey, monoglyceriedes and natural flavors.
- Arnold hamburger buns are not guaranteed vegan because they contain monoglycerides and/or diglycerides that are not specified vegan.
- Wonder hamburger buns are not vegan because they contain multiple ingredients that may come from animal sources, including mono- and diglycerides and enzymes.
- Udi’s burger buns are not vegan because they contain egg whites.
- Sara Lee Artesano Bakery Buns are not guaranteed vegan because they contain monoglycerides, which may be from an animal source.
- Nature’s Own Brioche Style Hamburger Buns are not vegan because they contain butter. Nature’s Own 100% Whole Wheat hamburger buns are not guaranteed vegan because they contain ingredients that may come from animal sources, like monoglycerides and enzymes.
If you liked this guide, check out my other Vegan Brands Guides!
If there is a brand of hamburger buns you want me to review and add to this list, let me know in the comments below!