8 Best Vegan Whipped Cream Brands to Buy

Is whipped cream vegan? Unfortunately not. Most of the time, whipped cream is made completely from dairy, hence the “cream”…

But luckily, there are several non-dairy varieties of whipped cream and the list keeps on growing.

If you’re for the best vegan whipped cream brands then you’re in the right place!

In this guide, we’ll list our favorite brands along with the answers to common questions about store-bought vegan whipped cream products.

Let’s begin!

PS: Be sure to read to the very end because there’s a video you’ll want to see on the subject of vegan whipped toppings.

vegan whipped cream brands

Always double check the ingredient statements before buying or consuming as they’re subject to change or be different than what we’ve gathered here.


Vegan Reddi Wip Almond Milk Nondairy

almond milk reddi wip vegan

Reddi-Wip’s iconic red-capped can is probably one of the most familiar whipped toppings in America. Now the brand is offering not one but two dairy-free alternatives in their product line.

Reddi-Wip has both a coconut milk-based and an almond milk-based option. These varieties are also free of artificial sweeteners.  Both offer the rich, smooth, and creamy treat that’s perfect for topping coffee drinks, hot chocolate, and desserts.

You should be able to find this in most grocery stores so add it to your list when you go shopping.

Ingredient Statement

Almond Milk (Water, Almonds), Coconut Cream, Sugar, Maltodextrin, Mono- and Diglycerides, Natural Flavor, Carrageenan, Propellant (Nitrous Oxide)


Trader Joe’s Whipped Vegan Whipped Cream

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Trader Joe’s is famous for its pared-down stock in order to bring consumers lower prices and a simple, straightforward grocery experience. The fact that they’ve chosen to use some of their limited floorspace for this vegan whipped cream shows just how popular and desired a vegan alternative is.

The Trader Joe’s variety is a coconut-based product. It offers a consistent, creamy texture and a slight hint of coconut flavor, which can be a delightful addition to coffee or as a topping for fruit.

Ingredient Statement

Coconut Cream (Coconut Cream, Water, Xanthan Gum), Water, Sugar, Glucose Syrpu, Mono- and Diglycerides, Cellulose Gel, Cellulose Gum, Carrageenan, Xanthan Gum, Nitrous Oxide (Propellant)


So Delicious CocoWhip

so delicious cocowhip

SO Delicious is a dairy-free line with a wide variety of products including beverages and frozen desserts. Their CocoWhip comes in a tub (much like traditional Cool Whip) and offers a vegan dessert topping made from organic coconut oil. CocoWhip is a rich, creamy topping that’s perfect on fresh fruit. Try it on sliced strawberries for a simple but satisfying treat. It can also be blended with frozen fruit to create a fluffy, fruity dessert that’s perfect for a hot day.

Ingredient Statement

Water, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Tapioca Syrup, Organic Dried Cane Syrup, Pea Protein, Guar Gum, Organic Sunflower Lecithin, Natural Flavors, Xanthan Gum


Whole Foods Organic 365 Vegan Whipped Cream

Whole Foods 365 line is their in-house brand of staple products, and this vegan whipped cream is among their offerings.

Another spray option, this creamy coconut-based whipped topping holds its shape beautifully to add a flash of sophistication and finish to desserts. It has a slight coconut taste that is a great complement to many fruits and hot drinks.

Gay Lea Coconut Whipped Topping

gaylea coconut whipped topping

Gay Lea is a Canadian brand that offers traditional canned whip toppings and includes a coconut-based, non-dairy version of their classic.

Their Real Coconut Whipped Topping is made from cocnut cream and is certified Non-GMO. It’s delicious on waffles and pancakes for a great breakfast treat with a punch of sweetness.

Ingredient Statement

Coconut Cream, Water, Sugar/Glucose-Fructose, Mono- and Diglycerides, Carrageenan, Xanthan Gum, Nitrous Oxide (Pressure Dispensing Agent)


Soyatoo Vegan Whipped Cream

Soyatoo is a brand that offers vegan, gluten-free products made from soy, rice, and coconut. Among their offerings, they include Whips that you can whip up into a creamy topping yourself.

They also offer their Whips in ready-to-use spray containers. There are Soy Whip, Rice Whip, and Cocos Whip varieties, giving you an alternative if you are looking for something other than the most common coconut-based flavor.

Ingredient Statement

Organic Ricemilk (Water, Organic Rice Syrup, Organic Rice Starch, Organic Rice Flour), Coconut Oil, Organic Maltodextrin from Rice, Tartaric Acid, Carrageenan and Gum Arabic (Thickeners), Sea Salt, Nitrous Oxide (Propellant)**Varies by product


Nature's Charm Vegan Whipped Cream

Nature's Charm Coconut Whipping Cream (6 pack)

Nature’s Charm offers a coconut-based whipping cream option that comes in a can and is perfect for cooking. Many desserts (and even some savory soups and sauces) call for whipping cream, and this mild-flavored option is a great substitute.

You can use the entire can without draining to easily create delicious pies, beverages, and cakes.

Ingredient Statement

Coconut Cream (Coconut Milk, Water) Virgin Coconut Oil, Coconut Sugar, Guar Gum


Shlagfix Vegan Whipped Topping

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Shlagfix is a German vegan brand that offers their Schlagcreme (German for “best cream”) as a non-dairy alternative spray whipped topping.

It’s made from palm kernel oil and provides a creamy, rich texture that makes it perfect for topping fresh fruit and coffee drinks.

Granted, the ingredient statement isn’t that clean, so we understand if you wanted to pick one of the others.

Ingredient Statement

Water, Fully Hydrogenated RSPO Palm Kernel Oil, Sugar, Dextrose, Nitrous Oxide (Propellant), Glucose Syrup, Humectant, Sorbitol, Emulsifiers, Mono- and Diacetyl Tartaric Acid Esters of Mono- and Diglycerides of Fatty Acids, Polysorbate 60, Hydroyxproplymethylcellulose (Thickener), Starch, Salt, Flavouring


Okay, so you’ve checked out all the vegan whipped cream brands.

Now you’ve got to see this video.

It’s a way to make vegan whipped cream with chickpea juice, also known is aquafaba.

It’s short, so be sure to give it a quick watch to see how easy it is.

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