FollowYourHeart Vegan Yogurt

Get Cultured With These Vegan Yogurt Brands

Vegan yogurt offers a great way to pack fiber, calcium, and protein into your diet—not to mention probiotics, which are great for digestive health. These days, as more consumers are ditching dairy, big-name yogurt brands such as Chobani are adding vegan yogurts to their product lines in order to meet the demand, making it easier than ever to find great vegan options at your local grocery store. The vegan yogurt brands listed below use almonds, coconuts, cashews, soy, and hemp to achieve the perfect consistency and taste. Once you try them, we guarantee that you’ll be hooked!

Try these brands with vegan yogurt options:

Oatly Oatgurt

Oat-milk brand Oatly has vegan yogurts available in five flavors: Plain, Strawberry, Peach, Mixed Berry, and Black Cherry. Enjoy one alongside an Oatly latte for the perfect morning combination.

Culina Yogurt

Culina’s thick, Greek-style yogurts are made from coconut and lightly sweetened with maple syrup. Flavors include Plain & Simple, Strawberry Rose, Bourbon Vanilla, Blueberry Lavender, Peach Cashew Butter, Sour Cherry Almond, Mango Orange Blossom, and Pink Grapefruit.

Dairy-Free Oui by Yoplait

Yoplait has launched a dairy-free line of its thick French-style yogurt served in reusable glass pots. This vegan yogurt, made from coconut cream, comes in four flavors: vanilla, strawberry, raspberry, and mango. Once the glass containers are empty, they can be easily repurposed or recycled—the company even sells lids that fit over the top so that you can store snacks, spices, and more.

Follow Your Heart

Look for this yogurt at your local Sprouts Farmers Market, and spoon up 10 flavors, including vanilla bean, peach, and key lime. Each delightful cup contains plenty of probiotics to keep you and your gut happy and healthy.

Non-Dairy Chobani

PETA first asked Chobani to add a vegan yogurt in 2016, and after years of offering advice, we’re happy to see that Non-Dairy Chobani is finally hitting store shelves! Try coconut-based Non-Dairy Chobani in a single-serve cup (in Slightly Sweet Plain, Vanilla, Blueberry, Strawberry, and Peach flavors) or as a drink (in Slightly Sweet Plain, Strawberry, Mango, and Vanilla Chai flavors).

try new non-dairy chobani and other great vegan yogurt brands


The base of this yogurt is coconut cream and pea protein. It’s loaded with real fruit and probiotics and has 8 grams of plant-based protein in each serving. Flavors include peach, strawberry, blueberry, and black cherry.

Good Karma Foods

Containing 800mg of Omega-3s per serving, Good Karma yogurts come in plain, vanilla, blueberry, strawberry, and raspberry.

Le Grand

Le Grand uses cashews to craft bold yogurt rich in flavor and texture. The company offers a spectrum of flavors, including coffee, lemon, raspberry, and vanilla.

Le Grand Dairy Free Yogurt and Cheese

Forager Project

This organic, cashew-based treat is available at Whole Foods Markets and MOM’s Organic Markets.

Kite Hill

With just a few simple ingredients, Kite Hill has created a divine yogurt snack. The company uses local almonds and infuses the yogurt with probiotics for your digestive health. Flavors include key lime, vanilla, peach, blueberry, raspeberry and strawberry.


You’ll love these four flavor options: blueberry, strawberry hibiscus, vanilla, and plain.


Yoconut is available in five delicious flavors, and is carried by stores around the San Francisco Bay Area. We hope they expand their range soon! Yum!

Drinkable Vegan Yogurt:

Lifeway Organic Oat Kefir

Kefir is a thin, drinkable yogurt packed full of gut-friendly probiotics. The oat-based line from Lifeway comes in six delicious flavors: Plain, Blueberry Maple, Strawberry Vanilla, Peaches and Cream, Berries and Cream, and Vanilla.

Forager Project

Keeping your gut healthy on the go just got a whole lot easier. These tasty plant-based probiotic shakes are packed with vegan protein and nutrients. There are so many delicious flavors to choose from, including Mango, Strawberry, and Banana & Date.

If you’re not going to the store anytime soon, you can try this easy recipe from The Happy Herbivore.


In addition to being healthy and delicious, yogurt can serve as a great base for fun toppings: fruit, granola, nuts, or graham crackers, to name just a few. Its versatility is half the fun, so see what you can create.

If you’re more into the frozen variety, check out our list of vegan frozen yogurt options waiting to be tasted at a shop near you.

Our free vegan starter kit has tips and information about going vegan. For animalsthe environment, and your health, order one today.

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