Food & Nutrition

7 tasty vegan yoghurts that taste as good as dairy yoghurts

Published by Finn Hayden

Regular readers of our guides will know that we're big fans of vegan alternatives, and we're always trying to prove that a vegan diet can be just as interesting and enjoyable as any other diet. Whether it be lovely vegan chicken or tasty vegan sausages, it's a better time than ever to be a vegan.

Even if you want to enjoy a vegan alternative to a dairy product such as yoghurt, you've got more excellent options than ever. We wanted to round up the best vegan yoghurt you can buy, let's get into it:

Plants by Deliciously Ella Greek Style Coconut Yog

The Deliciously Ella range is excellent for vegan products, and we think this Natural Greek Style Coconut yoghurt is one of the best products in the entire range. Made using a blend of coconut cream and water, it has a lovely thickness and although it's natural there is a slight sweetness from the coconut. We also love that it contains live cultures, making it a great product for your gut health too. The taste was wonderful and you'd hardly be able to tell it's vegan. Learn more and buy it here -

Plants by Deliciously Ella

Oykos Stracciatella Greek Style with chocolate flakes

Another excellent Greek style vegan yoghurt is this product from Stracciatella. This yoghurt is also made using coconut, but is actually mostly made from coconut milk. And although it is Greek style, it isn't quite as thick as some of the other vegan yoghurts in this guide, although we really like that. But for us, it's the dark chocolate flakes which really take this yoghurt up a notch and make it feel like a real luxury treat. It's delicious, learn more and buy it here -


Nush almond raspberry yoghurt

It's quite hard to find the Nush yoghurt, but if you can then we highly recommend trying it - made using almond milk, it's not only very tasty, but it's also high in protein. On top of that, the team from Nush has packed 20 billion plant based live cultures into every tub, making it great for your gut too. You can get a natural version of this yoghurt, but we love the raspberry version which is made with raspberry puree. Learn more and buy it here -


Oatly Oatgurt

The Oatly brand is responsible for the most popular and probably the best oat milk you can buy (as featured in our oat milk guide), but not many people realise that this brand creates other amazing products using oat milk, including this delicious Greek style vegan yoghurt. Made using oats, this product is actually high in unsaturated fat (a good thing) as well as being a great source of Vitamin D and Vitamin B12. It's also very versatile and although this is a plain vegan yoghurt, it would go great mixed with fruit or seeds (or both). Learn more and buy it here -

Oatly Oatgurt

The Coconut Collab Gut Health strawberry yoghurt

We're so impressed by this product from The Coconut Collab, and it was actually the only vegan yoghurt we included in our probiotic yoghurt guide. Made using cultured coconut milk, this yoghurt is packed with live cultures and is also very creamy. We also love the strawberry flavour which makes this vegan yoghurt feel like a treat and not a health product. Learn more and buy it here -

The Coconut Collab Gut Health yoghurt

Gro Strawberry

Gro is the plant-based range from the Co-op supermarket, and although we haven't included products from this range in our guides too often, it does feature some really great products like this vegan yoghurt. Made using soya milk, it's thick and smooth and tastes great. Learn more and buy it here -

Gro Strawberry yoghurt

Alpro Greek Style

Alpro is one of the biggest vegan brands in the UK, and although we think that a lot of the vegan yoghurt from this brand is not great, we think this Greek Style vegan yoghurt from Alpro is excellent. Made from soya, this is not only lovely and thick but it's also low in fat & saturated fat, as well as high in protein. Learn more and buy it here -

Alpro Greek Style

Hopefully, this guide helps you to find a delicious vegan yoghurt alternative. Let us know if you've tried any of these or if you have any other suggestions for us. If you're interested in similar recommendations, we also have a guide about the best vegan cheese you can buy and the best vegan spread chocolate you can buy.

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

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