vegan chocolate

Many chocolate makers are visiting the Chocoa yearly,

just to show the people the products they sell

Many people from different countries together is a wonderful thing to see.

Especially when you see a natural product like the cacao bean becoming a wonderful product : Chocolate.

Eventhough many brands create chocolates with animal products like milk,

VHJ Online did some research about the quality, value and taste in the market of Vegan chocolate bars.

Chocolate itself comes from a plant, making it vegan,

yes, but in the process of going from the tree to the grocery store,

a variety of additives are added, includingsugar and milk or milk fat. A good quality chocolate, however, will have a higher chocolate content, pure ingredients, and no additives.

Here is a list with VEGAN CHOCOLATE BRANDS.



  • Choceur Mint Chocolate Thins
  • Choceur Mint Chocolate Waves
  • Dairyfine Dark Chocolate and Mint Chocolate bars (vegan, despite the name!)

Cheap, cheerful and surprisingly good. The Mint Thins are way nicer than their more famous counterpart (which are no longer vegan)

2. Booja Booja

Independent shops or online, eg Viva!Shop – some of the best chocolate around whether you’re vegan or not. Not cheap but worth it!

buy Booja Booja

3. Hotel Chocolat

Mini Hazelnut& Pistachio Bûche Dark & Nutty – a little chocky log of gorgeousness! But they also do pralines and much more…

check out their vegan list here

4. i-Choc

Several delicious flavours suitable for vegans including a lovely white choc and an almond milk flavour. See Viva!Shop and other independents.


5. Jokerz, Buccaneer, Twilight and Mahlo Bars

Vegan equivalents of Snickers, Mars, Milky Way and Bounty! Viva!Shop and other independents


6. Ombar Coconut Mylk

A raw vegan milk chocolate made from creamy coconut milk. Independents and Viva!Shop


7. Vego Whole Hazelnut Chocolate Bar.

It’s a bit like that famous truck driver bar… but way better. One of Viva!Shop’s best sellers


8. Vivani mini bars

Small bars of loveliness including white and orange almond. Viva!Shop and elsewhere


9. Vivani Dunkle Nougat Bar

100g of creamy rich dark chocolate filled with a thin layer of hazelnut paste ie like praline. Delicious. Find it from good health food shops or other independents.

10. Zotter Hazelnut Nougat

It’s a big praline bar, basically. Utterly delicious. Viva!Shop and other independents.


Alpro Fresh Coconut Cream

Alpro Fresh Coconut Cream


11. Alpro Chocolate Milk: soya, almond or coconut based

12. Booja Booja Hunky Punky Chocolate Ice Cream

13. CoYo Chocolate Coconut Milk Yoghurt

14. Lazy Days Belgian Chocolate Tiffin

Millionaire’s Shortbread and other items. (Free-from shelves in larger supermarkets eg Co-op, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose)

15. Chocolate Spread

While many contain added milk, these don’t and are great. Plamil Alternative to Milk Chocolate Spread (health food shops and independents ); Nature's Store Hazelnut & Chocolate Spread (Sainsbury’s and elsewhere); Biona Organic Cocobella Chocolate Coconut Butter (health food shops, Ocado)

16. Swedish Glace Chocolate Frozen Dessert (and other flavours)

Find it in Waitrose, Tesco and health food shops etc

17. Chocolate Dessert

Alpro, Provamel and Tesco each sell nice little choc pots!

18. Bourbons. The classic

Yes, they’re vegan.

19. Hobnob Choc Chip

These are vegan but the chocolate- covered variety are not. Go figure… ( regular Hobnobs and other generic oat biscuits are invariably vegan)

20. Hot chocolate and cocoa

Aldi, Sainsbury's Fairtrade Drinking Chocolate, Tesco Traditional Drinking Chocolate are all vegan, as are Santo Domingo Drinking Chocolate. Or try a good quality cocoa such as Equal Exchange Fairtrade and just add sugar or agave syrup plus plant milk of your choice. Note – many hot chocolate brands contain milk powder, especially the sachets.