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Eating Vegan At: Dairy Queen, Auntie Anne’s, Starbucks

There was very little reason for me to separate Dairy Queen, Auntie Anne’s and Starbucks into different posts as Istretch have to strech it to fit a character limit due to the small amount of items, but I will combine these snack places for a better and longer article.

Dairy Queen

You would not think Dairy Queen would have anything vegan at all, mainly because Dairy is incorporated right into the brand name, but you can get a few good finds at your local DQ, such as:

  • Arctic Rush Frozen Beverage
  • All Light Smoothies
  • Lemonade Chillers
  • Side Salad
  • Fries
  • Banana
  • Hashbrowns

The oil that they use is Soybean oil, so at least that isn’t beef tallow or lard.

as a whole I’d give this restaurant a 4 out of 10, because at least you can eat a good dessert meal here without having to sit down and watch everyone else eat ice cream in front of you.

Auntie Anne’s.

Nothing tastes as good as a pretzel while you are walking through the mall, the issue however, is if that pretzel has eggs or milk in it.

Good news and bad news, the good news is that the original, cinnamon sugar, almond, raisin, and jalapeno pretzels are all vegan!…. IF you say that you want it without butter on it. ore good news is that you don’t have to eat it dryer than a plain hamburger without cheese, as the Marinara and Sweet Pretzel dips are both vegan.

Most of their drinks, AND their frozen lemonaid, are vegan as well, so you can have a hot pretzel with a cold dessert side here!

I’d give this snack bar a 8 out of 10, because who doesn’t like a good huge pretzel?

Starbucks

Starbucks is odd, because even if you ask for a product with soymilk, much of the time you STILL get milk in it:

milk

So really, what’s the point?

You can get teas with soymilk, as well as cafe americano, espresso, caffe latte, as well as regular coffee all with with soymilk as vegan. You can also get the fruit frappucino and the starbucks refresha, which are both vegan as well.

Starbucks is a good place to go for a quick coffee, but to be honest I recommend just making a cup of coffee at home and adding in almond milk and sucralose.

I’d give Starbucks a 2 out of 10, mainly because of a lack of options and overpriced coffee.