The 10 Best Vegan Chocolate Bars Ever

The 10 Best Vegan Chocolate Bars Ever

Vegan chocolate bars are on the rise and us vegans couldn’t be happier. Whether you are dairy-free, lactose intolerant, or just love dark & raw chocolate, read on to find out why these 10 brands offer the best Vegan chocolate around.

Vegan Chocolate -Doisy & Dam

Vegan Chocolate -Doisy & Dam

10. Doisy & Dam Maple, Toasted Rice & Pink Salt

Brand: Doisy & Dam

Type: Organic Dark Chocolate

For: Lovers of Bittersweet Flavours

Cacao Content: 74%

Allergens: None

Price: £1.75 (40g) £2.50 (80g)

Where To Buy: Planet Organic, Whole Foods, Holland & Barrett, Sainsbury’s Independent health stores and online

Ingredients: Dark Chocolate (Cocoa Mass, Organic Cane Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Vanilla Powder), Pure Canadian Maple Syrup (6%), Toasted Brown Rice (3%), Himalayan Pink Salt (0.4%)

Packaging: Recyclable

At number 10 on our list of vegan chocolate bars we have the beautifully packaged Doisy & Dam’s Organic Dark Chocolate flavoured with Maple, Toasted Rice & Pink Salt. At 74% cocoa, this bar isn’t for the faint hearted. It sure packs a punch with the intensity of the bittersweet flavour, balanced out by an after taste of the maple syrup. The hint of pink salt adds another dimension to the flavour and when combined with the toasted wholegrain rice adds an extra crunch.

Vegan Chocolate - Loving Earth

Vegan Chocolate – Loving Earth

9. Loving Earth 

Brand: Loving Earth

Type: Raw, Organic & Fairtrade

For: Raw Vegans With A Sweet Tooth

Cacao Content: 50%

Allergens: Nuts

Price: £2.99 per bar

Where To Buy: Planet Organic, Wholefoods, selected Holland & Barrett, independent Health Stores & Online

Ingredients: Cacao*, virgin cacao butter*, cacao powder*, evaporated coconut nectar*, raw cashews*, coconut*, raw agave nectar*, carob powder*, coconut oil*, cinnamon*, pink late salt. *Organic 

Packaging: Recyclable & compostable

At number 9 we have Loving Earth Salted Caramel Raw Chocolate. The bar is made up of a salted caramel topping on a later of dark truffle chocolate. The coconut oil is quite a prominent flavour however combines perfectly with the light and crunchy truffle bottom layer. It is not as moorish as your dairy-free milk chocolate bar which makes it all that more enjoyable in small sittings.

Vegan Chocolate - Moo Free Mini Moo

Vegan Chocolate – Moo Free Mini Moo

8. Moo Free Chocolate Bar: Mini Moo Original

Brand: Mini Moos Dairy free Milk Chocolate

Type: Dairy free milk chocolate

For: Vegans Who Miss Dairy

Cacao Content: 45%

Allergens: Trace of hazelnuts

Price: £0.99 per bar

Where To Buy:  Holland & Barrett, Ocado, Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, independent Health Stores & online

Ingredients: Cocoa* [45%] (cocoa butter, cocoa mass), sugar* [35%], rice powder* [20%], emulsifier (sunflower lecithin) & natural flavouring. *Organic

Packaging: Recyclable

Moo Free Organic Mini Moo Chocolate  is up at number 8. For a Vegan ‘milk’ chocolate fix, this is where to go. The taste can only be compared to the likes of cheap advent calendar chocolate; nostalgic and comforting.

Read more of my Vegan Reviews Here

Vegan Chocolate - Pana Chocolate

Vegan Chocolate – Pana Chocolate

7. Pana Chocolate Nuts Bar

Brand: Pana Chocolate

Type: Raw, Organic & Fairtrade

For: Raw Vegans With A Sweet Tooth

Cacao Content: 50%

Allergens: Nuts

Price: £3.90 per bar

Where To Buy: Planet Organic, Wholefoods, independent Health Stores & Online

Nuts Bar Ingredients: cacao solids 50% min (cacao butter & cacao powder), dark agave nectar, coconut oil, carob, walnuts (6%), cashews (6%), hazelnuts (6%), brazil nuts (6%), cinnamon, Himalayan crystal salt.

Packaging: Recyclable & compostable

At number 7 we have the Australian born Pana Chocolate. Regardless of the delicious chocolate, the packaging is delicate and beautiful, complimenting the organic qualities of the bar itself. Despite the raw and all natural ingredients, the chocolate is subtly sweet and not overpowering in flavour. The Sour Cherry & Vanilla bar is a favourite; the tangy cherry pieces compliment the smooth vanilla essence perfectly to create a delectable delight.

Vegan Chocolate Organica Golden Coconut Delight

Vegan Chocolate Organica Golden Coconut Delight

6. Organica Golden Coconut Delight

Brand: Organica

Type: Dairy-free alternative

For: Vegans Who Miss Traditional Chocolate Bars

Cocoa Content: 54%

Allergens: Soya

Price: £0.99

Where To Buy: The VeganKind, Amazon & Retail Stockists Here

Ingredients:  Corn syrup*, desiccated coconut* (20%), dark chocolate* (20%) (raw cane sugar*, cocoa butter*, cocoa mass*, vanilla*), corn powder*, soya powder*, palm fat*. * organic. 

Packaging: Non-recyclable

At number 6 we have Organica’s Organic Golden Coconut Dark Chocolate Bar  aka the Vegan Bounty. The bar is made up of chewy and sweet coconut pieces topped with a chocolatey outer layer. The filling is of perfect sweetness; tropical yet creamy contrasting perfectly to the dark chocolate. If only these were available on supermarket shelves, nobody would know they were Vegan!

Vegan Chocolate Seed & Bean

Vegan Chocolate Seed & Bean

5. Seed and Bean Coconut and Raspberry Bar

Brand: Seed and Bean

Type: Organic Dark Chocolate

For: Vegans Who Like Fruity Chocolate

Cocoa Content: 66%

Allergens: Soya

Price: £2.69

Where To Buy: Waitrose, selected WH Smiths and online

Ingredients:  Cocoa mass*, raw cane sugar*, cocoa butter*, coconut oil (2%)*, raspberries* (4%), emulsifier: soya lecithin (non GM), vanilla extract*. *Organic

Packaging: Partly recyclable

Seed and Bean are at number 5 with their Coconut and Raspberry Bar. For a dark chocolate bar, this was as creamy and as subtle as milk chocolate. The raspberry pieces replicated that of popping candy, small bursts of sharp and sweet flavour with a hint of coconut to balance. The bar was neither sickly sweet or too rich and made from minimal organic ingredients.

Read more of my Vegan Reviews Here

Vegan Chocolate -ichoc White Vanilla

Vegan Chocolate -ichoc White Vanilla

4. ichoc White Vanilla Vegan Chocolate

Brand: ichoc White Vanilla Vegan Chocolate

Type: Dairy-free alternative

For: Vegans Who Miss Dairy Chocolate

Cocoa Content: Unknown

Allergens: Nuts

Price: £1.99

Where To Buy Online: Vegan Tuck Box,Amazon & Vegan Town

Ingredients:  Raw cane sugar, cocoa butter, rice drink powder, tiger nuts (ground), bourbon vanilla beans (ground)

Packaging: Recyclable

At number 4 we have the incredibly decadent Ichoc White Vanilla Chocolate bar. The vanilla gives the chocolate a creamy and fuller flavour which enhances the taste and texture. Unlike many other Vegan chocolates, this bar does not substitute dairy products with sugar. Instead, the combination of raw cane sugar, cocoa butter and bourbon vanilla beans limits the sickly sweet taste you would experience with dairy chocolate and creates the perfect balance. If only you could find these in your local supermarket!

Vegan Chocolate Ombar

Vegan Chocolate Ombar

3. Ombar Acai & Blueberry Ecuadorian Raw Chocolate Bar

Brand: Ombar

Type: Organic & Raw

For: Vegans Who Like Fruity Chocolate

Cocoa Content: 60%

Allergens: Traces of nuts

Price: £1.99

Where To Buy: Planet Organic, Wholefoods, Waitrose & online

Ingredients: Raw cacao*, coconut sugar*, cocoa butter*, blackcurrant powder*, raspberry powder*, blueberry powder* (3.3%), acai powder* (1%). *certified organic. Cocoa solids 60% minimum.

Packaging: Partly recyclable

At number 3 is the decadent Ombar Superfood Bar flavoured with acai and blueberries. You would not believe that this little bar consists of 60% cacao as the taste is smooth and melt in the mouth delicious. The fruity flavours of the acai and blueberry filling oozes on the tongue and is perfectly satisfying considering the size of this tiny bar.

Vegan Chocolate Lovechock

Vegan Chocolate Lovechock

2. Lovechock Organic Raw Mulberry & Vanilla Chocolate 

Brand: Lovechock

Type: Organic & Raw

For: Raw Vegans With A Sweet Tooth

Cocoa Content: 81%

Allergens: Traces of nuts

Price: £1.99

Where To Buy: Planet Organic, independent health stores & online

Ingredients: cacao mass*, cacao butter*, dried mulberries* (20%),  dried coconut blossom nectar*, dried quinoa*, lucuma powder*, bourbon vanilla* (1%), cayenne pepper, sea salt. Chocolate part contains: minimum 81% cacao solids.

Packaging: Recyclable

The penultimate contender in this top 10 is the organic & raw chocolate bars by Lovechock. Having first discovered these in Berlin, they have since remained one of my all time favourite sweet treats. With a wide variety of flavours to choose from, the Mulberry & Vanilla has to be the greatest. Despite the cacao content reaching over 80%  the bourbon vanilla makes the whole bar dreamy and subtly sweet. The mulberries add a fruity and tangy taste, rounding it off as a rich and creamy delight with dried quinoa added for an extra protein-crunch.

Vegan Chocolate Vego

Vegan Chocolate Vego

1.VEGO Hazelnut Chocolate Bar 

Brand: Vego

Type: Dairy-free chocolate

For: Vegans Who Miss Dairy Chocolate

Cocoa Content: 31%

Allergens: Nuts & soya

Price: £1.99 (65g) £3.50 (150g)

Where To Buy: Holland & Barrett, Whole Foods, independent health stores & online 

Ingredients: Sugar, whole hazelnuts (20%), cocoa mass, hazelnut paste, cocoa butter, emulsifier: soy lecithin, vanilla extract

Packaging: Non-recyclable

At number 1 we have the queen of Vegan chocolate, the VEGO bar. She may not be the healthiest, lowest in calories nor contain the most superfood powders but she sure is the most delicious. It is as if Nutella, Galaxy and Ferrero Rocher had a child in a Vegan parallel universe and created this rich, creamy and decadent bar of dairy-free goodness. The whole hazelnut pieces give the bar a crunch whilst the chocolate melts on the tongue providing us with the upmost joy throughout the indulgent experience.

So there we have it folks, the top ten must try vegan chocolates.

What is your favourite Vegan chocolate? Have you tried any?

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3 Comments

  1. October 13, 2017 / 7:42 pm

    Hi, I love Mini Moos. I really want to try VEGO but have a few more chocolates try looking at your post now 😊.

  2. thebookbloggeronline
    October 13, 2017 / 7:25 pm

    These all look delicious and now I really want chocolate! Great post

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