1. Kite Hill
With an unbelievably creamy almond milk base in Greek and regular varieties, plus a dessert-inspired Blissful line with a smooth coconut milk base, this vegan brand’s non-dairy offerings make for a great start to any day.
2. Daiya Foods
Made with coconut cream and lightly sweetened with pure cane sugar, these fruity cups of probiotic-packed goodness contain 50 percent less sugar per serving than the average dairy-free brand. Choose between blueberry, strawberry, black cherry, vanilla bean, plain, and peach flavors for your morning bite.
3. Forager Project
Cashews make up the base of these smooth dairy alternatives from this dairy alternative brand. Go for the Greek line with an added boost of protein from pumpkin seed, watermelon seed, and brown rice or switch it up and reach for one of the brand’s drinkable kefir yogurts in strawberry, blueberry, mango, or blackberry flavors.
Made with a subtly sweet concoction of coconut, macadamia, and pea protein, this plant-based line from the ever-popular Icelandic-inspired food company is available in both cups and drinkable form.
5. Follow Your Heart
With 10 different flavors including Strawberry Rhubarb and Key Lime, these coconut-based yogurts are perfect for layering into parfaits with crunchy granola, fresh berries, and toasty cacao nibs.
6. Anita’s Yogurt
Fair trade-sourced, thick coconut cream and organic coconut water form the base of this small-batch vegan yogurt. Each serving contains more than 300 billion live probiotic cultures and each spoonful is filled with irresistible gut-friendly healthfulness.
7. The Coconut Cult
Made with organic coconut cream, coconut meat, and coconut water and lightly sweetened with coconut nectar, this thick, spoonable vegan yogurt is absolutely delicious. Add scoops to your green smoothies or dig into the coffee-infused Coffee is My Boyfriend flavor.
Choose between oat and coconut-based options with billions of probiotics and a punch of vegan protein from this mega-popular yogurt company. The dairy-free spoonfuls are a great addition when swirled into smoothie bowls, layered into parfaits, or spooned on top of a hearty bowl of oats.
Made from pili nuts, the lowest carb nut on the planet, and blended with prebiotic-rich plantains, silky coconut, and cassava, this dairy-free yogurt has zero added sugars and is paleo-friendly. We love layering the mango flavor with fresh, chopped mangos, toasted coconut, and a sprinkling of vanilla granola.
10. Earth Grown
Supermarket chain Aldi has gotten in on the dairy-free yogurt game with its own housebrand Earth Grown variety. Made from organic coconut and found in the refrigerated section, these affordable cups are sure to become a grocery staple.
11. Harmless Harvest
Each of these flavor-packed cups starts with hand-scooped organic young Thai coconut meat. Harmless Harvest offers a lower carbon footprint alternative by partnering with farms that use sustainable methods of growing and harvesting.
Super thick, craft-fermented coconut yogurts packed with billions of tummy friendly probiotics in flavors such as Strawberry Rose, Bourbon Vanilla, Peach Cashew Butter, and Sour Cherry Almond, make these an instant winner in our books. They’re ready for layering into aesthetic breakfast bowls that your Instagram feed is practically begging for.
These oat milk-based yogurt cups come in inventive flavors such as Cold Brew Vanilla, Apple Cinnamon, and Passion-Fruit Banana and make for excellent grab-and-go breakfast options on busy weekday mornings.
14. So Delicious
With both oat and coconut-based varieties, this longtime vegan brand is really stepping up the yogurt game. Its line of flip-cup yogurt pairings in flavors such as key lime with graham crackers and vegan white chocolate and salted caramel cluster with caramel pretzels and dark chocolate pieces make snacktime extra decadent. Yogurt cup flavors such as Spiced Pear & Fig, Pineapple Brulee, and Strawberry Rhubarb are just another reason to be a fan.
15. GT’s Cocoyo
Made with raw, young coconuts, each satisfying spoonful of this unsweetened dairy-free yogurt is filled with billions of living probiotics that can support a healthy gut. And the cacao variety is healthful enough to start your day with—even if it tastes like an incredibly decadent dessert.
Almond, oat, and soy-based options from this dairy alternatives brand, available in over 20 different flavors, can be found at most major supermarket chains. Their unsweetened plain yogurt is an absolute must for savory cooking, offering that classic, tangy taste.
17. The Collaborative
These coconut-based, fruit-on-the-bottom yogurt cups make for a tasty, sweet snack. Opt for the raspberry and hibiscus or the mango and passion fruit for a tropical flavor. Spoonfuls of the rich coconut base and fruity compote make for a winning combo.
18. Oui by Yoplait
One of the oldest yogurt companies in the country jumped on the vegan yogurt train with a French-style, glass-jarred, coconut-based, fruit-on-the-bottom variety. Each spoonful of the coconut flavor has us feeling très élégant!
Made with organic coconut and spring water, these yogurts have a mild, classic tang and well-researched probiotic cultures that really pack in the gut benefits. Reach for the Lemon Elderflower flavor that’s a little bit tart, a little bit sweet, and totally dreamy.
20. Trader Joe’s Brand
This millennial-favorite grocery chain even carries its own brand of vegan yogurt and both almond and cashew bases make an excellent pair for fresh fruit and granolas. We can’t get enough of the fresh strawberry flavor in the cashew-based cups.
This Oatgurt is somewhere between a really thick Greek-style and a thinner European-style yogurt. Enjoy with granola or berries or in a smoothie, and dig into this non-dairy, oat-based goodness from this popular Swedish oat milk company.
22. Halsa Foods
Whole grain oats, grown with a zero-water footprint, make up the base of this Scandinavian-style yogurt. The addition of organic fruit and berries is the only added sugar you’ll find in these yogurt pints. If fruity isn’t your thing, reach for the unsweetened plain yogurt.
This Indian-style, slow-cultured yogurt comes with both almond and almond-oat-coconut bases with no added sugar and packed with 50 billion probiotics. Flavors like Mango Chili, Cherry Vanilla, and Field Strawberry are delicious straight from the carton or layered into a nutritious breakfast bowl.
24. Whole Foods 365 Brand
Just like other major grocery chains, Whole Foods has also jumped on the non-dairy bandwagon. Its almond milk-based yogurt cups come in all the classic flavors and can be found amongst its other yogurts in the refrigerated section.
25. Almond Breeze
Crafted from Blue Diamond, California-grown almonds and made with real fruit, this brand’s fruit-on-the-bottom line comes layered with rich, dairy-free yogurt on top and strawberry, peach, cherries, and blueberries on the bottom.
26. Love Le Grand
Made from a base of cashews, rice, and coconut cream, this Canadian brand’s non-dairy yogurts are flavored with whole-food ingredients like real vanilla bean, coffee beans, whole fruit, and fresh lemon for a bright burst of flavor.
Made with California-grown almonds sourced directly from its very own family farm, these organic yogurt cups come in four classic flavors: blueberry, strawberry, vanilla, and peach. Naturally colored and fortified with vegan live active cultures, these kid-friendly snacks are perfect for a mid-day snack break.
Handcrafted from the squeezed flesh of the coconut, this velvety smooth dairy-free alternative is a consumer favorite. Go for the tropically inspired mango or the dessert-ready chocolate yogurt for a lightly sweetened treat.
29. Wegman’s Brand
This grocery chain’s giant tubs of affordable almond milk-based yogurts are what we stock up on for healthful snacks and treats throughout the week. A scoop in our smoothies adds a dose of protein, probiotics, and a wonderfully lush texture.
30. Califia Farms
As a swap up to other brands on this list, Califia Farms offers purely drinkable yogurts ranging from an unsweetened plain flavor (perfect for cooking!) to kid-friendly, individually sized drinks in peach, super berry, strawberry, and mango flavors.
Sarah McLaughlin is the New Products Editor at VegNews and has tried more vegan yogurts than she can count.