Vegan snacks for an Australian Roadtrip.
When heading off into the great outdoors there is one thing you do not want to get wrong, and that are the road trip snacks! But as a vegan, you may be feeling like you will be stuck eating a lousy roadside salad filled with lettuce, tomato, and well more lettuce! This is now no longer the case, with more and more options, you are in luck because whilst the world seems to be in constant meltdown, the vegan fast food and snack situation has never been better!
So if you haven’t packed enough snacks for a road trip and you’re craving a quick treat to quench the road trip cravings, never fear vegan snacks are near!
Here are just some of the snacks you can be guaranteed are vegan, and take note to look out for these options whilst out on the road in Australia.
Vegan at ‘7 Eleven’
We have written extensively on the fast-food outlet but we will say it again, 7Eleven is now Vegan heaven! They have slowly been releasing amazing new vegan products including soy coffee at selected outlets for only $1. What’s not to love about that?!
Below is a list of their current products.
- No Egg & Lettuce Sandwich
- No Chicken & Lettuce Sandwich
- No Beef Pie
- No Sausage Roll
See our recent article:
‘ 7 Eleven is now Vegan Heaven’
Vegan at ‘Pie Face’
PieFace continues to bring the vegan goods with the launch of their new vegan pies and sausage roll. Like 7Eleven they also provide $1 soy coffees for you all to enjoy! See the range below:
- Vegan Mexi pie
- Vegan Spag Bol Pie
- Vegan Cheeseburger Pie
- Plant-Based Sausage Roll
Editors notes: Honestly the cheeseburger pie is one of the greatest vegan pies I’ve ever tasted! Highly recommended.
Vegan at ‘Grill’d’
Grill’d have a whole lot of plant-based / vegan options for us all to enjoy. Using the power of the Beyond Meat patties, Grill’d as always deliver on quality burgers that taste just like their meaty counterparts. So when you roll through town, be sure to check out their Beyond range too.
- Build Your Own Burger (with Garden Goodness Pattie, Pea-Protein Pattie, or Vegan Beef Pattie)
- Vegan Cheeseburger 2.0
- Beyond Simply Grill’s Vegan
- Sweet Potato or Zucchini chips
Vegan at ‘Hungry Jacks’
Hungry Jacks are bringing ‘vegan’ all day every day.
Not only do they offer a genuine vegan option labeled the vegan burger, but they also offer a 100% vegan breakfast option in the form of the vegan brekky wrap. The company is working with V2Foods who provide vegan meat patties for the burgers.
Well done HJ’s!
- Vegan Cheeseburger
- Vegan Brekky Muffins
- Hash Browns (can vary from store to store. Some stores will cook in the same oil as meat)
- Rebel Whopper is beef-free but is cooked on the same grill as meat. If you are okay with this method, you need to request to have vegan cheese and mayo.
Vegan at ‘Muffin Break’
Muffin Break has a really great selection of vegan muffins! Availability might differ from store to store. Click here to see all of the varieties!
Vegan at ‘Olivers’
The ‘healthy’ fast food outlet. Olivers is a bit of an oasis in a sea of fast food outlets, it’s iconic green says it all. If you are after something healthy & wholefoody, then Olivers is your place.
- There’s no doubt you’ll come across an Olivers on the open highway. There’s a large variety of vegan options, from bliss balls to muffins, chia cups, hot meals, and much more.
Honorable mentions also go to McDonald’s where you can purchase fries, hashbrowns, or a soy coffee to go. The other is Subway, which with a few tweaks can create a vegan sub to get you through the final leg of a drive.
Did we miss any? What’s your favourite pit stop for a vegan snack?
Comment your suggestions below and we will be sure to update our list.
Until then, happy vegan road trippin.