12 Popular Store-Bought Vegan Ice Creams to Try

Are you looking for the best vegan ice cream?

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Whether you’re lactose intolerant, vegan, or just interested in dairy-free treats, we’re here to help you satisfy your sweet tooth with vegan ice cream.

Veganism has gained popularity over the years, and many people have opted for plant-based diets. As a result, there has been an increase in the number of vegan ice creams in the market, with major companies like Ben & Jerry’s and Halo Top hopping on board.

This article aims to highlight some of the top vegan ice brands that are worth trying. Read on and discover the best vegan ice cream!

Ben & Jerry’s

Ben & Jerry’s, a fan-favorite ice cream brand, has an impressive range of vegan ice creams.

dairy free ben and jerrys pint

They use vegan ingredients like sunflower butter and almond milk to whip up a vegan option as good as their original.

Ben & Jerry’s ice cream offers over a dozen non-dairy flavors.

One of their top flavors is the Non-Dairy Netflix & Chill’d, a blend of peanut butter, pretzel pieces, and fudge brownies. The taste is rich, creamy, and perfect for peanut butter lovers.

Another great flavor is the Non-Dairy Cherry Garcia, combining cherry and chocolate chips.

The texture is smooth, and the flavor isn’t too sweet.


Oatly is a trendy new company taking the world by storm. The Swedish brand began as an oat milk company and now has a fantastic range of vegan ice cream.

One of their top flavors is the Fudge Brownie, a rich and creamy chocolate flavor perfect for chocolate lovers.

Another favorite is the Salted Caramel, a vanilla ice cream with swirls of toasted sugar. The taste is smooth, creamy, and not too overpowering.

All Oatly flavors are 100% vegan and certified gluten-free.

Their ice cream is ideal for birthday parties, movie nights, or dessert pairings. Check out Oatly and find your new favorite flavor!

So Delicious

So Delicious is a brand that specializes in dairy-free products. Their vegan ice creams are delicious and come in a variety of flavors. 

so delicious ice cream

One of their top flavors is the Salted Caramel Cluster, a tasty blend of caramel, chocolate, and cashew clusters.

The taste is sweet, salty, and perfect for those who love caramel.

My favorite is the Chocolate Cookies & Cream, a blend of chocolate and cookie pieces. It has a crunchy texture with a creamy cashew milk base.

So Delicious also offers vegan ice cream bars and chocolate-dipped novelties.

Their small pints and grab-and-go treats are ideal for picnics or days out.

Halo Top

Halo Top is a brand that offers low-calorie ice creams. They have a line of vegan and non-dairy flavors made with coconut milk.

halo top ice cream

The Halo Top ice creams are great for people looking to get their protein in.

Each serving of ice cream has a whopping 10-20 grams of protein, and the treats are healthier at only around 280–380 calories per pint.

I like the Peanut Butter Cup, perfect for peanut butter lovers. It’s a creamy dessert with 12 grams of protein.

Another favorite is the Sea Salt Caramel, a salty, crunchy ice cream blend.


NadaMoo! is a brand that offers organic, dairy-free ice creams. Originating in Austin in 2005, the ice creams are now available at stores nationwide.

One of their top flavors is Cookies and Cream, a classic flavor with a vanilla base and crunchy cookies.

I also like the Organic Mint Chip, a blend of mint and chocolate chips. The taste is refreshing, creamy, and perfect for mint lovers.

NadaMoo! ice creams come in pint sizes, ideal for a single serving or to share with friends.

Check out their seasonal flavors, organic options, and sugar-free varieties.


Cado is a brand that offers avocado-based ice creams. The company is a favorite with vegans and is Kosher-certified and free of artificial additives.

One of Cado’s top flavors is the Deep Dark Chocolate, a rich and creamy choice for savory treat lovers.

Other great flavors include the Mint Chocolate Chip and Chocolate Mud Pie.

These ice cream flavors use avocado fat and have 50% less fat than leading ice cream brands.

They also have less sugar, and the company ships nationwide with a minimum purchase of four pints.

I like Cado because it’s a diet-friendly option with easy shipping.


Coolhaus is a brand that offers unique and innovative flavors. It’s a women-led company, and Coolhaus seeks to bring fresh spins to your favorite ice cream flavors.

One of their top flavors is the Dirty Mint Chip, a twist on the classic mint flavor with brown sugar and organic spearmint leaves.

Also, try the Balsamic Fig & Mascarpone with a sweet and tangy bite, ideal for ice cream lovers who go for unique flavors.

Coolhaus is available at major retailers like Whole Foods. Or, you can order online, from ice cream sandwiches to chocolate-drizzled cones.


Don’t miss My/Mochi, an ice cream snack company. I like it because it adds a modern twist to traditional Japanese mochi bites.

vegan my mochi ice cream

Grab some My/Mochi, let it thaw for 1-2 minutes, and bite into the chewy rice ice cream treat.

Mochi is a rice dough treat with ice cream filling. I recommend My/Mochi’s non-dairy options, like the Strawberry or Salted Caramel.

Several flavors are certified vegan, and all have an oat milk blend.

The Neopolitan is another tasty choice, with vanilla bean ice cream and a sweet jelly filling.

Like all mochi treats, the Neopolitan has a rice wrapping, but this one is chocolate-flavored.


Tofutti is a tofu-based brand that specializes in dairy-free products.

They’re most known for offering vegan cheese and dips, but did you know Toffuti also makes ice cream?

A Manhattan-based company, the brand’s been around since 1981, and its ice creams are entirely vegan and free of many common allergens. Purchase a pint or try a box of ice cream sandwiches.

Check out the Vanilla Almond Bark, one of their most popular flavors. It has a smooth texture and pairs well with fresh brownies or a root beer float.

Or, go for the Wild Berry Supreme, a tangy ice cream with hints of fragrant vanilla.

Van Leeuwen

Van Leeuwen is a brand that specializes in artisanal ice creams. Their ice creams are ideal if you’re looking for a gourmet twist on typical desserts.

The company started as a food truck in NYC and now has stores nationwide, with shipping options.

Check out one of their many vegan ice cream flavors, from Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough to Churros & Fudge.

I like the Peanut Butter Brownie Honeycomb, a flavor mashup to satisfy everyone. It’s gooey and decadent, with chewy brownie bites and oozy honey.

Or, try another one of my favorites, the Cookie Crumble Strawberry Jam with gluten-free oat cookies.

Alden’s Organic

In my opinion, Alden’s Organic is one of the top vegan ice creams on the market.

It’s an all-organic, ice cream company with snackable ice creams like bars and tubs of classic flavors.

Alden’s Organic started as a small company in Oregon. They now sell at Whole Foods and Kroger and ship nationwide. 

Taste the Strawberry Lemon ice cream bars, a fruity box of desserts ideal for a hot summer’s day.

The Coffee Swirl bars have a more mature flavor, with rich notes of coffee and caramel.

Or, mix things up and try the Dark Chocolate Almond bars with vanilla ice cream and a crunchy exterior.

Wicked Kitchen

Wicked Kitchen offers plant-based products, from faux meat to ice cream. The company brand claims to be ‘better’ than ice cream, and I agree.

All ice cream recipes are dairy free, so you can enjoy them if you’re vegan.

Try the Birthday Cake, a sweet vanilla ice cream with cake and sprinkles, or the Cookie Dough, a chocolate chip ice cream with soft cookie bits.

You can also check out berry ice cream pops, s’mores cones, and chocolate cones.

Wicked Kitchen has locations throughout the US and Europe. Order online or pick up a pint at anywhere from Tesco to Sprouts.

Which Vegan Ice Cream Is Your Favorite?

If you follow a plant based diet but still love a dairy-free treat, try these popular vegan ice creams.

Tell us your favorite vegan ice cream brand in the comments!

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Written by Erin Elizabeth

Erin is an editor and food writer who loves traveling and trying new foods and fun cocktails. Erin has been writing and editing professionally for 5 years since graduating from Temple University, and has been on the Restaurant Clicks team for 3 years. She has a long background working in the restaurant industry, and is an avid home chef and baker. Her favorite restaurants are those with spicy food and outdoor seating so that she can bring along her dog, Miss Piggy.