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The Best Vegan Sausages Ranked by Nutritional Profile

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Whether in bangers and mash, bratwurst, chorizo, or simple breakfast links, sausage is popular all over the globe. But do you know about all the inventive vegan sausage brands available today?

Since traditional sausage comes with a side of health risks and animal suffering, we’re thrilled that the marketplace has responded to the overwhelming consumer demand. People want healthy, plant-based sausage, and now that is an easily accessible option.

Wondering which vegan sausage to try first? Here’s our list of recommended products, arranged according to their nutritional profile. Whatever your nutritional needs are, you’ll find a tasty option to fit the bill.  

Our Top Vegan Sausage Picks

Anyone who’s been vegetarian or vegan-inclined in the last few years can attest to the massive evolution of plant-based products. Gone are the days where you had to sacrifice taste for kindness, forcing down an oddly textured faux meat.

With vegan sausage, the growth in quality is remarkable. These juicy products sizzle on a grill and are as adaptable as traditional pork sausage. Whatever your favorite sausage recipe is, you don’t have to give it up to go vegan. Whether your heart is set on vegan chorizo or vegan breakfast sausages, we promise these plant-based alternatives will work at least as well!

High Iron & Higher Saturated Fats

Beyond Sausage Brat Original vegan breakfast

Beyond Sausage Brat Original

Beyond Meat is a giant in the plant-based market for good reason. Their Beyond Sausage offers 22% iron and only 190 calories per serving. With zero GMOs, soy, or gluten, it’s a solid choice for people with those dietary preferences. While it has 25% saturated fat, it also has 38% less saturated fat than a conventional pork sausage.

Lightlife Plant Based Italian Sausage

Lightlife Plant-Based Italian Sausage

Lightlife has been working on better-tasting, easy-to-prep plant-based protein for over 40 years. If you’re looking for the option highest in iron, this Italian Sausage contains a huge 25% iron. It’s nutritionally very similar to the Beyond Sausage above, with no GMOs, soy, or gluten. They have a flavorful and easy-to-cook consistency.

Less Sodium

Tofurky Beer Brats Original Sausage

Tofurky Beer Brats Original Sausage

How tempting does that name sound? The Tofurky Beer Brats are as savory as their name implies. Advertised as “mustard’s better half,” these sausages are perfect for a BBQ. 100g of this product contains 510mg sodium, which is less than our other sausage picks. With 260 calories per serving, it’s slightly higher in calories than the other options.

  • Hot Tip: Looking for your new favorite campfire meal? Check out Tofurky’s recipe for Beer Brat Charro Beans. It’s quick, delicious, and requires minimal ingredients.

High Protein & Low Fat

Field Roast Mexican Chipotle Sausage

Field Roast Mexican Chipotle Sausage

Field Roast makes such appetizing sausages, even your meat-eating friends are likely to prefer them. Their Mexican Chipotle Sausages are bursting with seasoning, artfully combining ingredients like smoked Chipotle peppers, oregano, ginger, and Chili de Arbol. They have only 3% saturated fats and 28g of protein per serving. If you’re aiming to keep sodium levels low, note that this sausage has 24% sodium. As a bonus, it has over 30% vitamin A.

Field Roast Smoked Apple Sausage

Field Roast Smoked Apple Vegan Sausage

Another classic Field Roast product we can’t resist, this Smoked Apple Sausage offers 25% protein per sausage. It’s a little lower in sodium than the Mexican Chipotle, with 20% per serving. For the sugar-conscious, we’d like to point out this 5g of sugar per serving is the highest of all our picks. On the plus side, it has over 20% calcium.

Still Not Sure Which Vegan Sausage Brand is Best for You?

We’ve compiled all the most important nutritional values so you can decide for yourself what is best for you. Enjoy!

Vegan Sausages Brand Comparison Table

So, which sizzling vegan sausage are you going to try first?

To Your Vegan Success!!!!

Patricia Maroday

Hi I'm Patricia. Vegan. Blogger. Marketer. Wife. Lazy cook. Soccer mom to a son who thinks I am a vegan scientist. I just want to encourage people to try out the vegan lifestyle their way and making a global impact together. Join my movement!

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