Food & Nutrition

Vegan white chocolate that actually tastes good (top 6 we’ve tried)

Published by Finn Hayden

Getting vegan white chocolate to taste like real white chocolate is really hard, mainly because of how creamy real white chocolate is. Over the years, we've tried a lot of vegan white chocolate, and we have to admit that a lot of it has really lacked that creaminess and hasn't been very nice. But luckily for us, these days there are lots of excellent vegan white chocolate options out there, provided you know which brands to go for and where to buy them. We thought it would be useful to round up the best that we've bought and tried, let's get into it:

Love Raw Cream Wafer Vegan White Chocolate BarĀ 

The best vegan white chocolate bar we tried was definitely this cream wafer bar from Love Raw. If you're a fan of Kinder Buenos, these taste just like them (and honestly, we might actually prefer these to the real thing). The hazelnut and almond filling is exactly like a Kinder Bueno, and the crunch of the wafer is amazing. But it's the white chocolate, which is 100% vegan, that really elevates this chocolate. We're in love with it and think you'll love it too, learn more and buy it here -

Love Raw Cream Wafer Bar white chocolate

M&S Made Without Dairy White Choc Bar

We can always trust Marks & Spencer to make delicious products, and this vegan white chocolate bar from the brand definitely fits that description. Made with cocoa butter and using a touch of rice flour, the texture and flavour are both lovely. As well as being totally vegan, this chocolate is also gluten and wheat free. We really loved the creaminess of this chocolate and we think you will too, learn more and buy it here -

Made Without White Choc Bar from M&S

iChoc - White Vanilla Vegan Milk-Like

Standard white chocolate is delicious, but if you like your white chocolate to have a bit of an interesting taste then this vegan white chocolate from iChoc is a great choice. Made with bourbon vanilla extract and ground tiger nuts, the flavour is great and we love the texture too. On top of that, all of the ingredients are totally organic and fairtrade too. Learn more and buy it here -

iChoc - Organic White Vanilla

Vego White Almond Bliss

The Vego White Almond Bliss bar is a newer addition to the Vego range, but has already become one of the most popular chocolate bar that the brand produces. This is a delicious vegan and organic chocolate bar that is free from dairy, gluten, and soy. It's made with high-quality cocoa butter and almonds, providing a crunchy texture and a creamy taste that melts in your mouth. This bar is also totally organic and free from palm oil. We're really impressed with it, learn more and buy it here -

Almond Bliss Vego White

Tesco free from white choc bar

The Tesco Free From range is really impressive, and we've already raved about Tesco being one of the best supermarkets for gluten free food. But it's also a great supermarket for vegan food, including this great-tasting white choc bar. As well as being totally vegan, it's also free from gluten and wheat. You can buy this bar in a small size (pictured) or in a larger size, but it's quite hard to find the bigger bars which is a real shame. Learn more and buy it here -

Tesco free from white

Moo Free White

Regular readers of our blog might recognise the Moo Free brand from our vegan Easter Egg guide which we published a few months ago, but you might not realize that this brand also makes chocolate bars. The Moo Free vegan white chocolate is really tasty - made with Rainforest alliance cocoa, it has a real quality taste to it and a lovely creaminess, despite containing no cream. If you're skeptical about how good vegan white chocolate can taste, give this small bar a try! You can buy a bar for about 75p, learn more and buy it here -

Moo Free white choc

Hopefully, this guide helps you to find some excellent vegan white chocolate to enjoy. Let us know what you think of our recommendations or if there are any other brands out there that you think we should try!

Finn is the editor of You Well and has been writing about travel, health, and more for over 10 years.

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