Is Jello Vegan?
Jello is primarily made of gelatin — collagen that is obtained from boiling the skins, bones, tendons, and ligaments of animals, most often cows or pigs. Therefore, jello is not vegan.
This list contains vegan jello mix products. They usually come in small boxes and are pre-flavored. If you need an unflavored vegan gelatin substitute that you can flavor yourself, most of these brands also have an unflavored version of their products!
All of these gelatin free jello products are vegan-friendly, but if they have any other certifications (like gluten-free or Kosher), this will be listed in the description under the photo.
You can buy these vegan jello powder products online using the linked online retailers. You can also find these products at many popular grocery stores, and some stores will be listed! If there is a product locator available, it will be linked in the description.
Ingredients are subject to change, so be sure to read the most updated label information before purchasing any of the products on this list.
Vegan Jello Brands
Simply Delish Jel Dessert
Simply Delish Plant-Based Jel Desserts are vegan, gluten-free, Kosher, and nut-free. Their jello flavor varieties are strawberry, peach, black cherry, orange, raspberry, lime, and unflavored. These products are sugar-free and flavored/colored with natural ingredients. Use their store locator to find jel desserts near you, or look for these at Whole Foods, Sprouts, Wegman’s, and more!
Bakol Jel Dessert
Another great brand of vegan jello mix is Bakol! You can find this plant-based jello product at many grocery stores, including Kroger, Safeway, Food 4 Less, Sprouts, and more! These jello desserts are certified vegan and certified gluten-free.
Gefen Jell Dessert
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All Gefen Jell Dessert products are vegan-friendly and Kosher. You can find flavors like orange, strawberry, raspberry, lemon, lime, unflavored, and more! Look for Gefen vegan jello at stores like HEB, Stop and Shop, Kroger and affiliates, Hy-Vee, and more!