If you follow a vegan, gluten-free, or dairy-free diet, finding snacks that fit your dietary requirements can be challenging. Rice Krispies Treats are a popular snack among children and adults alike, but are they suitable for those with specific dietary needs?
In this blog post, we’ll explore whether Rice Krispies Treats meet your dietary requirements. Let’s Dive in!
Are Rice Krispies Treats Vegan?
No, Rice Krispies Treats are not vegan. In addition to milk, they also contain gelatin and/or vitamin D3, which are derived from animal meat or by-products. This means that they are unsuitable for vegans.
Are Rice Krispies Treats Gluten-Free?
The answer is no. According to Kellogg’s, even though some Rice Krispies Treats are wheat-free, they are not labeled as gluten-free because they contain malt derived from barley, which may contain gluten. This means that all Rice Krispies Treats are unsuitable for those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity.
Are Rice Krispies Treats Dairy Free?
Rice Krispies Treats contain milk and other dairy products that also contain lactose, making them unsuitable for individuals who are lactose intolerant or have a milk allergy.
Rice Krispies Treats are unsuitable for vegans as they contain milk, gelatin, and/or vitamin D3 derived from animal sources. They are also unsuitable for those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity as they contain malt derived from barley which may contain gluten.
Additionally, Rice Krispies Treats contain dairy products that make them unsuitable for individuals who are lactose intolerant or have a milk allergy.
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