Vegan or dairy free, and still need a chocolate hit?

Looking for chocolate for vegan friends?

Don’t think vegan chocolate is easy to find?

Think again!


Here’s a big list of vegan chocolate options for all your chocolatey needs!

Disclaimer: None of these have milk ingredients in their recipes, but always check the label if you have an allergy, as production lines may vary.


Moo Free

Moo free is an awesome dairy milk chocolate bar alternative. Their flavour and texture are both a very close substitute for milk chocolate. Moo Free products are made with rice milk and are available as both snack size (20g) bars, full size (100g) bars, or choccy drops.

Flavours include:

  • Original
  • Cheeky Orange
  • Minty Moo
  • Banana Bar
  • Fruit & Nut
  • Hazelnut Nibs
  • Bunnycomb








Green & Black’s

One of the most widely available chocolate brands globally. Yet so many people don’t realise their dark chocolate varieties are completely dairy free, and contain no non-vegan ingredients.

Flavours include:

  • 70% Dark Chocolate
  • 85% Dark Chocolate
  • 60% Dark Chocolate with Ginger
  • 60% Dark Chocolate Maya Gold (Orange, Nutmeg & Cinnamon)
  • 60% Dark Chocolate Hazelnut & Currant


Divine (Dark Chocolate)

Divine make some of the best vegan chocolate I’ve ever tasted. It is true high quality European chocolate; rich and indulgent. They produce 100g chocolate bars in a wide range of flavours, as well as vegan after dinner mints, and vegan after dinner ginger thins

While all products are listed safe for vegetarians, check Divine’s Frequently Asked Questions if you have a dairy allergy, as certain products are made within factories that also process milk.

Flavours include:

  • 70% Dark Chocolate
  • 70% Dark Chocolate with Ginger & Orange
  • 70% Dark Chocolate with Raspberries
  • 70% Dark Chocolate with Mango & Coconut
  • 60% Dark Chocolate with Himalayan Pink Salt
  • Dark Chocolate After Dinner Mint Thins
  • Dark Chocolate After Dinner Ginger Thins

Divine 70% Dark Vegan Chocolate - 40gDivine 70% Dark Vegan Chocolate with Mango & CoconutDivine Dark Chocolate After Dinner Mint Thins - Vegan chocolate



Ombar started out making small 35g Ombars and quickly found success. Their novelty is that Ombar use coconut sugar as a sweetener, rather than refined sugar. They also only use raw cacao!

They have a sweet taste, though it is different to what you might expect when comparing to dairy milk chocolate, or even other vegan chocolate bars. I personally think the best Ombar is Coco Mylk – the original version, as I find the others too sweet. The variety of flavours is appealing though if you love a variety of flavours in your vegan chocolate!

Flavours include:

  • Blueberry & Acai
  • Coco Dark
  • Coco Mylk
  • Coconut & Vanilla Centre
  • Cranberry & Mandarin
  • Dark 72%
  • Goji Berry
  • Lemon & Green Tea
  • Pure 90%
  • Raspberry & Coconut Centre
  • Strawberry Mylk






Vego’s full size chocolate bars are one of the most amazing vegan chocolate experiences you can give to someone. Think Toblerone for vegans… It’s one enormous bar – 150g – made up of enormous chunks. There really is nothing more satisfying than chowing down on a Vego bar when you just want to stuff your face with some chocolatey goodness!

For the more dainty, Vego is available in a 65g size… that’s still pretty sizeable compared to some of the 20g snacks on this page… or how about Vegolinos! Vegolinos are Vego’s vegan pralines. They’re bitesize and soooooo tasty!








Plamil So Free

Plamil have had a huge revamp in the last few years. They were one of the first to make dairy free chocolate, before it was in vogue. Vegan chocolate was first something that appeared only in health food shops, and Plamil were there. Over time though, their packaging did not stand out enough. So here we are; they launched a new brand called ‘So Free’!

Flavours (70g) include:

  • 87% Extra Dark
  • 72% Perfectly Dark Chocolate
  • 67% Dark Chocolate Sweetened with Coconut Blossom Sugar
  • 60% Orange Dark Chocolate
  • 60% Intense Mint Dark Chocolate
  • 48% White Chocolate Alternative
  • 45% Milk Chocolate Alternative

All of the above are organic!





Lovechock are one of the only raw vegan chocolates on this page. There is a dense texture to these bars with a good bite, and you just know they are packed with goodness as well as indulgence. Lovechock go in for a mature taste using flavours such as pineapple, mulberries, maca, figs, chilli and vanilla, as well as others. As well as their handy 40g bars, you can also buy 70g bars of Lovechock.

Flavours (70g) include:

  •  Sweet Nibs Raw Chocolate Bar
  • Almond Raw Chocolate Bar
  • Blueberry Raw Chocolate Bar


Choices (Rondellos)

Choices make two things brilliantly: vegan caramel chocolates and vegan chocolate buttons. I first got these in a Christmas selection box from my aunt. They’re great for gift bags, party favours, and stocking fillers. They’re also a perfect sized mid-afternoon snack for your chocolate craving.

Flavours include:

  • Original
  • Orange chocolate
  • White chocolate










I haven’t tried these yet personally, but I’ve heard good things! iChoc is a German vegan chocolate brand and their flavours include:

  • Super Nut
  • Choco Cookie
  • White Nougat Crisp
  • White Vanilla
  • Almond Orange


Ananda’s Round Up!

Remember Wagon Wheel’s? Ananda’s have created vegan Wagon Wheels in the form of the delicious Round Up! These are something really special. A classy combination of chocolate, marshmallow, biscuit and filling make these a sumptuous dairy free and vegan treat. I first found them stocked by Ms Cupcake in Brixton, London! The original contains strawberry jam but they have a variety of flavours:

  • Original
  • Mint Me
  • Orange E-Tang
  • Let’s Celebrate! – Marc de Champagne fondant
  • Easter (Honeycomb)


Cadbury (Bournville)

A timeless classic. Cadbury Bournville is the dark chocolate alternative to Dairy milk, and who knew it was completely dairy free! Bournville is one of the most reliable and cost effective vegan chocolates to buy when baking. It’s sweeter than other vegan dark chocolate bars when eaten on its own.


Willie’s Cacao

Willie’s Cacao is crafted, designed and delivered with a luxury look. The chocolate is perfectly square, and so smooth you can almost see your face in it. Willie’s Cacao make many types of chocolate, including white and milk chocolate (not dairy free/vegan).  For vegan chocolate choices, focus on their dark range. The intrigue is a broad range of bars, each made with cacao from different regions and sources. So each one has a unique flavour. You’ll love these if you love dark chocolate!

Flavours include:

  • Indonesian 69% Javan Light Breaking (Soft Caramel Notes)
  • Peruvian 70% Chulucanas (Notes of Raisins & Plums)
  • Madagascan 71% Sambriano (Notes of Summer Fruits)
  • Venezuelan 72% Rio Caribe (Complex Notes of Nuts & Coffee)
  • Venezuelan 72% Hacienda Las Trincheras (Smooth Nutty Notes)
  • Venezuelan 100% Sur Del Lago (Silky, Nutty Notes)




Ritter Sport (Marzipan Chocolate Bar)

Ritter Sport is less well distributed in UK, but widely available across the rest of Western Europe (and online!) This marzipan vegan chocolate bar will hit your sweet craving perfectly. Just be careful – if you’re a marzipan fan like me, you might not want to stop!


Still can’t decide? Looking for gifts for vegans? How about a vegan chocolate hamper!


I hope you enjoyed my vegan chocolate review! I enjoyed tasting them all!

Have I missed any of your favourite vegan chocolates? Let me know in the comments below!


2 thoughts on “13 of the Best Vegan Chocolate Bars (that you can buy online today!)

  1. Aldi and Lidl both do dark chocolate bars which are vegan. Sea salt and chilli are my favourite; there is also mint and orange with almonds. A lot cheaper than the brands targeted at vegans.

    1. Great recommendation, Lindsay; thanks for letting me know.

      I’ll try to get hold of some soon. The sea salt dark chocolate bar sounds yummy!

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