Vegan Chocolate: 19 of the Best Chocolate Fixes
Delicious, affordable vegan chocolate is easy to come by, and we’ve done the “hard” work of tasting and reviewing some of the best options around.
Here are some of our top picks:
MiiRO Crisp-Coated Signature Chocolates With a Peanut Heart
With a crunchy peanut centre nestled in chocolate and a crispy coating, these bite-size sweet treats will leave any chocolate lover delighted.
Rhythm 108 Hazelnut Praline
Organic and divine, this hazelnut praline bar with a creamy oat filling is ideal for those who like to indulge while keeping their treats as wholesome as possible.
Vego Whole Hazelnut Chocolate Bar
This bar by Vego ticks all the boxes: vegan, organic, Fairtrade, gluten-free, and totally tasty. The brand does a hazelnut vegan chocolate spread, too.
Livia’s Vegan Chocolate Orange Million Squares
These moreish sweet treats have a gooey date-caramel filling and are free of gluten and refined sugar.
Ombar Centres Coconut & Vanilla
If you’re a fan of chocolate and coconut, this is the bar of your dreams.
NOMO Creamy Choc Bar
Thanks to this bar from NOMO, there’s no need to feel like you’re missing out on smooth and creamy milk vegan chocolate. The entire range is free of dairy and eggs as well as common allergens such as gluten and nuts.
Hotel Chocolat Gianduja Bombe Selector
These silky, smooth dark hazelnut bombes will melt in your mouth like vegan butter. They’re perfection in praline form.
Green & Black’s Velvet Edition Dark Chocolate Roasted Almond
This 2018 PETA Vegan Food Award winner is wonderfully smooth with a satisfying crunch, courtesy of the roasted almonds.
Oatly Oat Drink Chocolate
Here’s every kid’s (and adult’s) favourite – chocolate milk – made vegan! This timeless classic is great straight from the fridge or heated up on the hob.
Seed and Bean Organic Extra Dark Chocolate With Cornish Sea Salt
Cornish sea salt and Ecuadorian cocoa are blended together to create this one-of-a-kind animal-friendly, tantalising treat.
Cadbury Bournville Buttons
Is Bournville vegan? This iconic dark chocolate was launched over 100 years ago – and is now made using a milk-free recipe.
Lazy Day Foods Belgian Dark Chocolate Tiffin
Rich chocolate combined with crunchy biscuit, this makes a great treat to take round to someone’s house – that is, if you can bring yourself to share.
Ritter Sport Marzipan
Warning for anyone with a serious sweet tooth: refraining from eating the whole bar in one sitting can be tricky.
Vivani White Nougat Crisp
This is quite simply some of the yummiest white vegan chocolate we’ve ever tasted.
Divine Dark Chocolate Ginger Thins
Vegan and Fairtrade? Chocolate doesn’t get much more virtuous than this.
Pip & Nut Chocolate Orange Almond Butter
Forget Nutella! This scrumptious vegan spread will satisfy all your toast-based chocolate needs.
The Coconut Collaborative Little Choc Pots
Booja-Booja Chocolate Salted Caramel Ice Cream
What makes this indulgent ice cream irresistible are the salted caramel swirls that melt in your mouth. It’s addictive!
Moo Free Organic Original Vegan Chocolate Bar
If it’s milk chocolate you’re craving, this dairy-free rice-milk vegan chocolate bar will definitely hit the spot.
Love Vegan Chocolate? Go Vegan!
Enjoy! Chocolate is also an excellent way to bribe persuade your friends to sample a cruelty-free lifestyle, so get out there and spread the vegan love.
Here are two easy ways to get started with going vegan: