The 8 Best Dairy-Free Yogurts You Can Buy
Yogurt is synonymous with dairy…or so we thought. That was until we tried these eight non-dairy options, which are totally delicious and don’t leave us with a stomachache. Whether you’re lactose-intolerant or you’re just trying to cut back, give these dairy-free yogurts a try—they’re really good.
Anita's Plain Coconut Yogurt
This Brooklyn-made coconut yogurt is, on top of being dairy-free, soy-free and probiotic. It also has a pleasingly short ingredient list, with just coconut milk, coconut water and live cultures. The plain flavor is great in a more savory capacity, like this spinach and artichoke dip.
Good Karma Dairy-Free Yogurt
It’s tough enough to have to find yogurt without dairy, let alone one that doesn’t include soy, coconut or nuts. That’s why Good Karma is a top choice for those with allergies. Made with a flaxmilk base, the “yogurt” is surprisingly creamy (rather than gelatinous) with a delicious balance of sweet and tangy. We especially love the fruity flavors like strawberry and blueberry, but plain and vanilla are solid options, too.
Stonyfield O'Soy Organic Soy Vanilla Yogurt
We’ll be honest: We assumed that a big brand like Stonyfield wouldn’t have great dairy-free options. We’re happy to report that we were totally wrong, because these are some of the best we’ve tried. In four flavors (raspberry, strawberry, blueberry and vanilla), these little cups of happiness scream “no lactose, no problem.”
Kite Hill Peach Almond Milk Yogurt
We’ve loved Kite Hill for its vegan cream cheese but had been sleeping on its almond milk yogurt, which is totally delicious. In eight flavors, from vanilla and blueberry to key lime (!), these have a smooth and silky texture that’s virtually indistinguishable from the normal dairy kind. Also check out the brand’s Greek-style yogurt and yogurt tubes (think: healthy Go-Gurt), which are also both dairy-free.
Forager Project Vanilla Bean Cashewgurt
Made from—you guessed it—cashews, Forager Project’s yogurt comes in seven delectable flavors (including lemon, cherry and vanilla bean). It’s also certified organic, non-GMO, gluten- and soy-free and kosher. We think they call that a win-win-win-win.
Lavva Pineapple Pili Nut Yogurt
Lavva yogurt doesn’t contain dairy, soy, gluten or artificial sugar. What it does have is an eight-ingredient blend including pili nuts, coconut, plantains, cassava and lime. In five deliciously creamy flavors, these yogurts also contain a special blend of seven live vegan probiotic cultures (which translates to 50 billion probiotics per serving). So much yes.
Silk Almondmilk Yogurt Alternative
This almond milk based yogurt contains wholesome ingredients, has a creamy consistency and an out-of-this-world flavor. Unlike some other almond-based products, this one’s main ingredient is actually (believe it or not) almonds. Flavors include plain, strawberry, peach, vanilla and dark chocolate coconut. And if almond milk isn’t really your thing, Silk also has another dairy-free alternative made with soy.
So Delicious Blueberry Coconut Milk Yogurt
Another coconut-based option, So Delicious’ version is unbelievably thick and creamy—and comes in 13 flavors, including two that are totally unsweetened.