There plenty of vegan pudding brands out there. And we’ve compiled some of the best ones below for you to check out…
But first let’s answer this common question…
Is pudding vegan?
The answer is that it certainly can be, but not all the time. Many products and homemade pudding recipes have dairy products in them or even eggs.
Let’s get to the list of brands…
Oh – and be sure to go to the very end for a video on vegan pudding that you’ll find useful.
And it doubles as a pie filling as well, so that’s a plus. It comes in multiple flavors, all available to buy online.
It’s gluten-free, sugar-free, and fat-free, so if you’re indulging in this sweet snack you won’t get a ton of extra calories.
It has a relatively simple ingredient list, and the instructions are easy to follow.
The flavor of these is rich, and it doesn’t get compromised by using nut or soy milk.
The price point could be considered a little expensive for a pudding mix but you can usually find it for a few bucks in-stores or online.
If you like the texture of rice pudding, which can be a little hard to get used to, then this is a great option.
It has those soft sweet rice pieces, and pieces of coconut as well.
It comes in four flavors: Coconut, Cocoa, sea Salt Caramel, and Cinnamon.
They’re all coconut rice puddings, so the coconut flavor is the original.
They’re all really sweet and indulgent, especially the cocoa flavor because it has that chocolatey taste.
It’s made with coconut milk and Thai rice, and you can enjoy this hot as well by just popping it in the microwave.
The ingredient list is very simple and its really easy to make, though it does require a little bit of stove time.
It does say on the directions that they recommend using a well beaten egg yolk but it’s optional not required for the pudding.
There’s four flavors: Chocolate, Butterscotch, Vanilla, and Banana.
This is another one that pull double duty by also working as a pie filling.
This is also a little on the expensive side for a dry pudding mix but it’s organic and that can attribute to the price point sometimes.
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It’s made with almond milk so no worries about dairy. And has all organic ingredients, so no need to worry about all those artificial flavors and colors that came with the snack pack, unbeknownst to you.
It even has added vitamins to make you feel a little better about indulging in such sweetness.
It’s gluten-free and available at your local Whole Foods, so rally easy to stop by and pick up.
Unfortunately, chocolate and vanilla are their only flavors, but that’s those are the best flavors of pudding to have, right?
This tried and true favorite has the most flavors of all the puddings on this list, and it’s sold in literally every grocery store.
Surprisingly, most Jell-O Pudding mixes are vegan.
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Now, it’s only the dry ones, so don’t go running for their premade snack packs because those have milk listed as the second ingredient.
But their dry mix is mainly made up of flavoring and starches all of which are vegan friendly.
You might have to tweak it a bit to work with your soy or nut milks, but it will definitely work, and it’ll give you that sweet familiar flavor.
Natur Green Organic Pudding Cups
If you like piña coladas, and getting caught in the rain, these tasty cups are for you.
They taste like summer in a pudding.
Unlike the other coconut pudding on this list it isn’t a rice pudding, so if you want the coconut flavor but not the little pieces of rice, then this is the better option.
They have a cocoa flavor and a pineapple flavors, both of the rich and creamy, and made with organic ingredients.
It comes in vanilla and chocolate, and chocolate seems to be the top contender of the two.
It’s available online and is made to work best with non-dairy milk so that’s a plus.
Because most pudding mixes aren’t made to work with nut and soy milk and can require more work to get the right consistency (but the video below will help).
It’s pretty inexpensive so it can’t hurt to try, you may like it.
Okay, so now that you’ve seen a bunch of vegan pudding mixes and brands – how about some tips on how to use them?
Check out the video below for some quick hacks & tricks…
Be sure to double check ingredients before buying even though we do our best to keep things accurate and up to date.
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