If you haven’t perused the yogurt aisle recently, you could be in for a surprise. Nondairy yogurt options now occupy a large swath of shelf real estate. The base ingredients vary widely, from more traditional soy or almond milk to newer-comers like cashew and flax. Look for these plant-based yogurt brands during your next grocery run.
Uses cashews to make a tasty, probiotic yogurt, as well as a drinkable version that’s a little less tangy than kefir.
Using simple ingredients, Kite Hill crafts creamy almond-based yogurts with four live active cultures. Available in European and Greek styles.
Flax-milk yogurts that include 5 grams of plant-based protein and seven live active cultures. Available in traditional and drinkable varieties.
Silk’s plant-based yogurts offer an option of soy or almond and come in a range of flavors and provide 5–6 grams of protein per serving.
Features nut-milk-based (almond and coconut) drinkable yogurts, containing 10 billion CFUs of probiotics—including immune-boosting BB-12.
Crafts its creamy, delicious plant-based yogurts from coconut milk. Flavors include Passionate Mango and Strawberry Banana.