Oh, how I LOVE a cup of vegan yogurt topped with fresh fruit in the morning! And to think, just a few years ago, there weren’t that many vegan brands to choose from. These days, however, there are so many.
We’ve tried many of them and have our #1 pick, but we also asked our trusted closed Facebook group, the Peas and Carrots Society for their picks, and we’re going to share some of those with you.
You can listen to us discuss our top vegan yogurt brands here or read on for our picks!
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Our Top 8 Vegan Yogurt Brands
We are listing our #1 pick first because I was so blown away the first time I tried Forager a few months ago. Before trying Forager, I hadn’t tried many cashew milk products. I had no idea they could be so creamy!
My favorite flavor is vanilla bean, which is non-GMO and Kosher and contains 5 live active cultures.
Kite Hill vegan yogurt is made from almond milk and is also non-GMO and Kosher. In addition to a traditional line of non-dairy yogurt, they also have Greek yogurt.
So Delicious is a brand that definitely knows its way around the vegan space. In addition to their coconut milk yogurt, they also have an oat milk-based yogurt.
Peas and Carrots member Tamara O. recommended this one saying:
It’s the only one I’ve tried, but it’s so good I haven’t wanted to try anything else!
Tamara also offered this tip for a tasty vegan dessert:
I freeze the chocolate, microwave for 30 seconds and it’s like a single serving of ice cream!
Nancy’s Oatmilk yogurt is soy-free, nut-free, non-GMO, gluten-free and, of course, dairy-free. Each container contains billions of live probiotics for a tasty and healthy snack!
Silk is another one of those companies that has been a POWERHOUSE in the plant-based space for quite a while (even before it was cool). Their products are consistently awesome so it’s no surprise that their yogurt is, too! Weirdly enough, while I’m not a big fan of mango, I do like mango-flavored yogurt and yogurt drinks so we’re including that flavor as one of our top picks!
Zachary T., of our Peas and Carrots Society, says:
Siggi’s plant-based yogurts are the bomb! They’re coconut milk-based so I only eat them as a treat. My fav flavor is the vanilla-cinnamon.
Besides the fact that their non-dairy products are coconut-based, I love that Harmless Harvest yogurt is relatively low in sugar per serving (7 gms). Some yogurts can get fairly high (around 13 grams)!
Interested in Making Your Own Vegan Yogurt?
While we definitely enjoy the convenience of these 8 store-bought vegan yogurt brands, it’s also nice to be able to make your own. Making your own gives you control over all ingredients and leaves out the preservatives so it’s definitely a good way to go too!
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