Published by Addie Mauldin.

Any way you fry ’em, vegan corn dogs are simply delicious. We’ve created a list that includes pig-free pigs in a blanket, the perfect appetizer for your next vegan dinner party, and classic corn dogs on a stick, which are great for picky eaters. The best part? There aren’t any gross “mystery” ingredients in these delicious vegan dogs! All these fried animal-free delights can be found at most grocery stores. Countless pigs, cows, and other animals suffer unimaginably when they’re made into hot dogs, but these delicious animal-free options are proof that no animal needs to suffer for a corn dog.

MorningStar Farms Veggie Corn Dogs

We couldn’t be happier that MorningStar Farms’ Veggie Corn Dogs are now completely animal-free. Note: Please be sure to check the ingredients list on the packaging to ensure that the product is vegan, because earlier nonvegan versions may still be on some shelves.

Field Roast Miniature Corn Dogs

Vegan comfort food miniaturized? Yes, please. These mini corn dogs from Field Roast are almost too cute to eat—almost.

MorningStar Farms Veggie Classics Mini Corn Dogs

This just in—MorningStar Farms also has miniature versions of its vegan corn dogs. Could today get any better?


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Cedar Lake Foods Vegan Corn Dogs

Everything tastes better when it’s on a stick (and fried, of course), and these corn dogs from Cedar Lake Foods are no exception.

Make Your Own

The possibilities are endless when you personalize your own vegan corn dog recipe. Try making PETA’s very own take on a Korean French-fry corn dog.

So whoever said that vegans only eat health food has obviously never checked the freezer aisle. Any food can be made without using animal-derived ingredients—and the proof is in the corn dogs. You can find these fried delights at most popular grocery stores, and don’t forget to check PETA’s guide to other vegan freezer aisle finds.