No matter what kind of pie you’re trying to make, save some time by picking up a store-bought vegan pie crust!
Not all premade pie crusts are vegan-friendly. Some contain dairy products like butter or milk, while others contain animal ingredients like eggs and lard. And some pie crusts have tricky ingredients that may or may not be vegan-friendly, including non-organic sugar, mono- and diglycerides, certain dyes, and more.
This list of vegan pie crust brands will help you find a pie crust that is suitable for your diet. If you are looking for a gluten-free vegan pie crust, any pie crust that is vegan and also gluten-free will have (GF) written next to it.
Product ingredients can change at any time. Always read ingredient lists and allergen warnings before purchasing any of the products on this guide.
Wholly Wholesome Pie Crusts
Wholly Wholesome pie crusts are all certified vegan! Their gluten-free line (Wholly Gluten Free) has a vegan gluten-free pie crust that is certified gluten-free.
Where to Buy: You can buy Wholly Wholesome products at many grocery stores including Whole Foods and Publix! Use their product locator to find these pie shells near you or their gluten-free product locator to find the GF crust.
Wholly Wholesome Vegan Pie Crusts:
- Organic Traditional Pie Shells 9″ or 6″
- Organic Whole Wheat 9″ Pie Shells
- Organic Spelt 9″ Pie Shells
- Gluten Free 9″ Pie Shells (GF)
Jus-Rol Pie Crust
Jus-Rol’s pie crust is vegan-friendly! On their product page, it says “suitable for vegans.”
Note: This brand was originally Wewalka, but in the US, it has been rebranded to Jus-Rol. The Wewalka Thick Flaky & Lard Free pie crust is also vegan if it is still available at your store.
Jus-Rol Vegan Pie Crusts:
- Thick Flacky & Lard Free Pie Crust
Where to Buy: You can buy Jus-Rol pie crust at select stores including Walmart and Kroger. Type in your zip code on their product locator to see if this pie crust is in a store near you!
MI-DEL Pie Crusts
All MI-DEL pie crusts are certified vegan and gluten-free, and if you want a unique type of pie crust, they have some interesting flavors to choose from! While there is no “traditional” flour pie crust, you can choose between their vegan graham cracker pie crust, chocolate crust, or ginger crust!
Where to Buy: Because it’s one of the easier pie crusts to find, you can buy MI-DEL products at many grocery stores including Walmart, Kroger, Publix, Winn Dixie, and Giant Eagle. Use their store locator to find a location near you.
MI-DEL Vegan Pie Crusts:
- Graham Style (GF)
- Chocolate Snap (GF)
- Ginger Snap (GF) (may be discontinued or only seasonally available)
Marie Callender’s Pie Shells
Marie Callender’s Pastry Pie shells are vegan-friendly even though they are not labeled vegan. None of the ingredients are questionable, and there is no allergen warning about dairy or eggs, so if you don’t mind it not being “certified,” go ahead and pick up this pie crust at the store!
Where to Buy: You can buy Marie Callender’s products at most grocery stores, including Walmart, Target, Publix, Winn Dixie! Use their store locator to find a location near you.
Marie Callender’s Vegan Pie Crusts:
- Deep Dish Pastry Pie Shells
Keebler Ready Crusts
Keebler pie crusts have no obvious animal products! These pie crusts are ready to eat, meaning they do not require baking and are better for dessert pies.
The only ingredient that is plant-based but may not be vegan is sugar (since it’s not organic, it might be processed with bone char). But except for the sugar, all three varieties of Keebler pie crusts are plant-based!
Where to Buy: You can buy Keebler products at many grocery stores including Walmart, Target, Publix, Kroger, Meijer, and more! Use Keebler’s store locator to see where you can buy these pie crusts online and in stores!
Keebler Plant-Based Pie Crusts:
- Ready Crust Shortbread
- Graham Cracker (includes Ready Crust, Low Fat, and Mini Pie Crusts)
- Ready Crust Chocolate
Signature Select Deep Dish Pie Crusts
Signature Select Deep Dish Pie Crusts are plant-based! The only ingredient that is possibly not vegan is sugar because it’s not certified organic.
Be careful though — only the deep dish pie crusts (pictured) are plant-based. The boxed pie crusts contain lard and are not plant-based or vegan.
Where to Buy: Signature Select is a private label owned by Albertsons, so you can only find this pie crust at Albertsons and its affiliates (like Safeway, Vons, Jewel-Osco, and Pavilions).
Signature Select Plant-Based Pie Crusts:
- Deep Dish Pie Crusts
Diamond Pie Crusts
Some Diamond Pie Crusts are plant-based, and others are not. If you go with this brand, make sure to only choose Diamond’s Pumpkin Pie Spice Nut Pie Crust or their Pecan Pie Crust, as the other crusts contain honey and are not vegan-friendly.
Like many other plant-based brands, although these two crusts have plant-based ingredients, they contain non-organic sugar, which is not guaranteed vegan.
Diamond Plant-Based Pie Crusts:
- Pumpkin Pie Spice Nut Pie Crust
- Pecan Pie Crust
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5 thoughts on “Vegan Pie Crust Brands”
I’m pretty sure the Trader Joe’s gluten free pie crusts are vegan.
Hi Dawn, I just checked out Trader Joe’s gluten-free pie crust, and it seems like they are made with both butter and eggs. Do they have another seasonal pie crust that is vegan-friendly?
Thanks for this!! I make my own crust but it would be easier for me to just buy one already made,
Signature select is the Safeway brand, but I’ve never seen their own pie crusts! I’ll have to check it out