Compassionate bakers know that chocolate chips are a crucial ingredient of some very special recipes, but not only is cow’s milk bad for you, it’s much worse for the cows who suffer on dairy farms. Luckily, we’ve put together this list of vegan chocolate chip brands so you can have your cookies and eat them, too! Feast your eyes on these scrumptious morsels:

BHU Foods

KETO Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips

Endangered Species

60% Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
Oat Milk + 55% Dark Chocolate Chips
Oat Milk + 75% Dark Chocolate Chips

Enjoy Life

Dark Chocolate Morsels
Ricemilk Baking Morsels
Semi-Sweet Chocolate Mega Chunks
Semi-Sweet Chocolate Mini Chips
White Baking Mini Chips

Equal Exchange

Organic Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips, 55% Cacao
Organic Bittersweet Chocolate Chips, 70% Cacao

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Hu Kitchen

No Added Sugar Dark Chocolate Chips


Dark Chocolate Style Baking Chips

No Whey! Foods

Milk Like Chocolate Chip Snack Pack

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Pascha Chocolate

100% Cacao Organic Vegan Unsweetened Dark Chocolate Chips
85% Cacao Organic Vegan Bitter-Sweet Dark Chocolate Chips
70% Cacao Organic Vegan Bitter-Sweet Dark Chocolate Chips
55% Cacao Organic Vegan Semi-Sweet Dark Chocolate Chips
Vegan No Milk Baking Chips
Organic Vegan White Baking Chips

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Simple Truth

Organic Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips

Dairy Free Chocolate Chips

Trader Joe’s

Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips

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Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels

Whole Foods

365 Everyday Value Dark Chocolate Baking Chunks

Always be sure to check your local grocery stores, too, which may carry an “accidentally vegan” brand. Simply look at ingredients for milk or whey.

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