Ditch Dairy and Grab a Spoonful of These Yummy Vegan Yogurts

Mix it with granola, blend it in a smoothie, or just eat it plain—there are lots of delicious ways to enjoy yogurt. Dairy-based yogurts, though, are anything but enjoyable for cows. The dairy industry rips mother cows away from their babies, holds them in crowded pens with barely enough room for them to turn around, and steals their milk until they no longer make enough to be profitable. 💔

As a compassionate consumer, you might be wondering, Can I eat yogurt without harming animals? Definitely! Just taste-test some vegan yogurts to find out which you like best.

Vegan yogurts are made from soy, oats, nuts, or other plant-based ingredients. No two types are alike—in addition to having different main ingredients, they come in various styles (regular, Greek, and French) and flavors. Like dairy-based yogurts, vegan ones can have more or less protein, sugar, fat, probiotics, or vitamins depending on the brand and flavor.

Wondering where to start? Take a look through our list of tasty vegan yogurts, from fruity favorites to dessert-lovers’ dreams. 😍

Kite Hill

You can get all the nutrition you need from plant-based foods. Kite Hill’s Vanilla Unsweetened Greek Style yogurt has 17 grams of protein per serving and no added sugar or artificial sweeteners. It’s one of the healthiest yogurts you can find.

Image from Kite Hill's website of a Kite hill greek style yogurt


Oatly is all about oats, which it uses as a main ingredient in its toatally scrumptious drinks, spreads, ice creams, and yogurts. Try Oatgurt Strawberry, made with real strawberries and enriched with vitamins, calcium, and iodine.

Image from Oatly website of Oatly strawberry Oatgurt

Culina Yogurt

When Erin Asaad had to cut dairy, gluten, and sugar out of her diet, she took the opportunity to create a coconut-based yogurt she could enjoy. Years later, her company, Culina Yogurt, is a rising innovative force with unique flavors like Blueberry Lavender, Sour Cherry Almond, and Bourbon Vanilla.

Dairy-Free Oui by Yoplait

Say “oui” to this French-style yogurt made from coconut and real fruit in small glass jars. Per the company’s website, try eating the thick Raspberry flavor without stirring to get fruit from the bottom with each bite. Bon appétit!

Forager Project

All Forager Project products are 100% plant-based and organic to spare animals, improve human health, and help protect the planet. Its cashew milk yogurt comes in flavors like Peach, Honey Alternative, and Unsweetened Vanilla Bean.


Nancy’s offers nondairy yogurt made from gluten-free oats that provides billions of live probiotics per serving. This smooth treat tastes fantastic and supports good health.


LeGrand’s mission is straightforward: to help the world switch to eating plant-based foods. To accomplish this compassionate goal, it focuses on making mouthwatering products that even nonvegans will love, like Chai Latte yogurt with sweet black tea and masala spice.


Chocolate lovers, meet Yoconut. This company’s Chocolate Coconut flavor will satisfy your cravings and replenish your body with naturally occurring electrolytes, and there’s no added sugar. Yoconut yogurt doesn’t contain any of the eight most common food allergens, making this rich treat super-safe to eat.

Lifeway Organic Oat Kefir

In a rush? Only have one hand free? Forget spoons—grab a Lifeway Organic Oat Kefir yogurt smoothie. These refreshing beverages are great for when you’re on the go. Choose from Blueberry, Strawberry, Peach, and Mixed Berry flavors.


Butter, cheese, sour cream, pudding, and (of course) yogurt—WayFare has delightful vegan products that put dairy options to shame. Try its creamy Raspberry yogurt made from pumpkin seeds, butter beans, and oats. It’s soy-free and gluten-free, plus it has prebiotics and probiotics to boost digestive health.


Want to try more delicious nondairy products? Check out our “Vegan Milk 101” article to learn what vegan milk is made of, how to use it, and which brands to buy!

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