Vegan Chocolate – The Ultimate Guide
With Valentine’s day right around the corner, I thought now would be a perfect time to share some vegan chocolate brands with you!
Most dark chocolates, even from non-vegan companies, are typically vegan in terms of their ingredients.
In this post, I will share chocolate from brands that are 100% vegan. Please let me know if I missed any!
These chocolates are great to give as a gift to your loved one, or just to enjoy yourself.
Fully Vegan Chocolate Companies:
No Whey Foods – This chocolate company is 100% vegan. They make truffles, chocolate bars, chocolate covered candy, holiday chocolates, and so much more. They offer a lot of “milk chocolate” which is great for those who don’t like dark chocolate.
Charm School Chocolates – A fully vegan company that makes many delicious chocolate flavors such as peanut butter toffee, caramel malt, maple pecan, and even white chocolate! They use coconut milk instead of dairy for all their chocolates.
Sjaack’s Organic Chocolates – This vegan company sells large tubs full of chocolate bites. They also sell chocolate bars and have chocolates for specific holidays such as Halloween, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, and Easter.
Rescue Chocolate – This is the very first and only artisan chocolate company that dedicates 100% of their profits to animal rescues! They have both dark chocolate and white chocolate, all vegan of course.
Obsessive Confection Disorder – This company sells homemade vegan chocolate candies. They smell caramel marshmallow bars, white chocolate, lavender chocolate caramel, and rose petal caramel with a chocolate ganache.
LuLu’s Chocolate – This vegan chocolate company is unique because all of their chocolates are 100% organic, fair trade, soy-free, gluten-free, and raw! Raw chocolate can be hard to come by sometimes. It’s sweetened with low-glycemic coconut sugar.
Go Max Go Foods – If you want some vegan chocolate candy bars, their chocolate will put you in heaven. Plus, this company is named after their dog, Max. How adorable is that?!
Raaka Chocolate – This company makes delicious and unique flavored vegan chocolate. Also, their packaging is so detailed. Some of the flavors they offer are smoked chai, ghost pepper, banana, and vanilla rooibos tea.
Sacred Chocolate -This company makes chocolate that was stone-ground and is un-roasted. Many of their chocolates are sweetened with maple. David Wolfe is a big fan of this chocolate.
Missionary Chocolates – Missionary Chocolates have been making vegan chocolate in Portland for over a decade!
Dear Coco – If you love premium artisan handmade chocolate, you will love this brand. They sell both bars and confections such as truffles, peanut butter cups, and chocolate turtles.
Wei of Chocolate – This fair trade chocolate company puts special flower remedies in every piece of chocolate, depending on what you need. You can read more about what each flower remedy means on their website.
Manifest Chocolates – Another great vegan chocolate brand! Their website is currently under maintenance though, but hopefully it will be up again soon.
Rose City Vegan Chocolatier – This company makes vegan, Belgian, and Artisan chocolates. They have so many options to choose from, it’s insane. Everything comes in beautiful packaging as well, so this would be a great option for Valentine’s day chocolates.
Lagusta’s Lucious – This is a fair-trade and organic chocolate company. They were founded in 2003 by a vegan chef. They work with small farmers to make high-quality and delicious chocolates.
Moo Free – This company makes vegan chocolate that tastes exactly like milk chocolate, just without the milk!
iChoc – Their tagline is “the vegan way to enjoy chocolate.” This company makes high-quality and organic vegan chocolate.
Here are some additional fully vegan chocolate companies:
- Lover Raw Chocolate
- Amore Di Mona
- Chocolate Hollow
- Gnosis Chocolate
- Go Raw
- Lagusta’s Luscious
- Nib Mor
- Nicobella Organics
- Righteously Raw
- Taza Chocolate
I hope you enjoyed this resource list on vegan chocolate. Be sure to comment below if I missed a favorite company of yours and feel free to share using the social media buttons on this page.
Let’s do our part and continue to spread awareness around veganism.