Are Club Crackers Vegan, Dairy Free & Gluten Free? Keebler & Townhouse

Kellogg’s Club crackers are a well-know brand of Club crackers and have been around for a long time. But are they vegan friendly? Let’s find out.

In today’s post, we’re going to take a closer look at Club Crackers ingredients and get you the answers you need to determine if these crackers are vegan, dairy free or gluten free.

What are Club Crackers?

Club crackers are a type of cracker that are typically square or rectangular in shape and have a crispy texture. They are often served as a snack on their own or used as a base for dips or toppings.

Club Crackers are often described as “buttery” in taste, despite they do not contain butter.

They are generally made with these ingredients :

  • Enriched flour (wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, vitamin B1 [thiamin mononitrate], vitamin B2 [riboflavin], folic acid).
  • soybean oil (with TBHQ for freshness).
  • sugar.
  • whole wheat flour.
  • defatted wheat germ.
  • oat bran.
  • Contains 2% or less of leavening (baking soda, sodium acid pyrophosphate, monocalcium phosphate).
    • salt.
    • high fructose corn syrup.
    • corn syrup.
    • whole wheat.
    • degerminated yellow corn flour.
    • soy lecithin.

Now that we know the ingredients in Club crackers, let’s go back to our main question “are Club Crackers vegan?”.

Are Club Crackers Vegan

Are Kellogg’s Club Crackers Vegan?

So, are they vegan? Are Club Crackers Vegan? Yes. Generally speacking, Club Crackers are vegan friendly. They are dairy and eggs free and they do not contain meat and/or honey.

The only questionable ingredient is sugar( some processed sugar is mixed with animal bone char to give a perfect white colour).

Most vegans (including me) are not that picky about avoiding sugar. ( i just avoid the main animal ingredients).

Are Keebler Club Crackers Vegan?

Yes, Keebler Club crackers are vegan friendly.

In fact the Keebler and Kellogg’s Club crackers belong to the same company.

Originally branded as a product of Keebler, it became a product of Kellogg’s after the mega American manufacturer acquired the brand in 2001.

The Keebler Company was acquired by the Kellogg Company.

Are Keebler Club Crackers gluten free?

No. Keebler club crackers are not gluten free.

They contain enriched flour (Wheat Flour).

Are Club Crackers vegetarian?

Yes. Club Crackers are vegetarian. They are free from animal derived products.

But, as a rule of dumb, always double check the ingredients list of the actual product before buying.

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Are Club Crackers Dairy Free?

Do Club crackers have dairy? I bet you ask.

Club Crackers are dairy free, as they do not contain butter or any other form of dairy.

But, the Kellogg’s Club Crisps contain dairy ingredients like nonfat milk, buttermilk and butter. Which make them unsuitable for vegans.

Are Club Crackers Gluten Free?

Do club crackers have gluten? Here’s the answer.

Club Crackers’s main ingredient is wheat flour, which means that Club Crackers are not gluten free.

A gluten-free diet excludes foods containing gluten, which is the protein found mainly in wheat, barley, rye and triticale.

Club Crackers should be avoided by those diagnosed with celiac disease or other medical conditions associated with gluten like non-celiac gluten sensitivity, wheat allergy, and gluten ataxia.

Are Townhouse Crackers Vegan?

KELLOGG’S Town house Original crackers are made with these ingredients:

  • Enriched flour .
  • Soybean oil (with TBHQ for freshness), sugar.
  • Contains 2% or less of
    • salt.
    • corn syrup.
    • leavening (baking soda, sodium acid pyrophosphate, monocalcium phosphate).
    • soy lecithin.

All these ingredients are plant based, which means that Townhouse original crackers are vegan friendly.

Are Animal Crackers Vegan Friendly?

It depends on the brand and the specific type of animal crackers in question.

Some brands may use ingredients such as butter, milk, honey or other animal-derived ingredients in their animal crackers, which would make them not vegan.

The non vegan brands of Animal crackers are, but not limited to:

  • Keebler Animal Crackers: They contain milk.
  • Glutino Graham Animal Crackers and Glutino Original Animal Crackers: They contain egg whites.

Some examples of vegan brands of Animal crackers include:


It is best to check the ingredient list on the actual product to determine if a specific brand of animal crackers is vegan.


Club Crackers are made with 100% plant based ingredients, which makes them suitable for vegans and vegetarians.


  1. Is Monocalcium Phosphate Vegan?

    Yes, Monocalcium Phosphate is vegan friendly. It is usually made from limestone and other rocks instead of animal sources, such as oysters and mussel shells. So it is vegan and suitable for people on a vegan diet.

  2. Is TBHQ Vegan?

    Tertiary butylhydroquinone (TBHQ) is a synthetic antioxidant that is often used in processed foods as a preservative. It is considered to be vegan as it is not made from any animal-derived products. TBHQ is a chemical compound that is derived from petrochemicals, which are made from fossil fuels. It is used to extend the shelf life of food items, and it is considered safe for consumption in small amounts.

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