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12 Vegan Chocolate Chip Brands Perfect for Baking

These dairy-free chocolate chips were made for cookies, waffles, muffins and more.

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These dairy-free chocolate chips were made for cookies, waffles, muffins and more.

Whether you’re gearing up for holiday baking or simply searching for the best vegan chocolate chips, we’ve got you! While we thoroughly enjoy treats made with nuts and dried fruit, there’s something so satisfying about these chocolaty morsels. So, if you’re on team chocolate with us, let us be your dessert sous chef. Check out our list of the 12 vegan chocolate chip brands perfect for baking.

Just Date Organic Dark Chocolate Chips

So, you’ve had their delicious date syrup, but did you know Just Date also has the hookup on vegan chocolate chips? That’s right! These dark chips are made with three simple ingredients: organic fair trade cacao, upcycled dates, and fair trade cocoa butter! Date-sweetened chocolate chips? Our minds are totally blown! These sweet treats are perfect for baking or garnishing your favorite desserts, vegan ice cream included!

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Supernatural Baking Chips

Supernatural, the brand that brought you festive vegan sprinkles, also has your back when it comes to baking chips. From Rainbow Baking Chips in a variety of dye-free colors to Holiday Baking Chips in the iconic red and green hues, this vegan brand is your go-to when you’re looking for a little extra baking flair.


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Enjoy Life Semisweet, Dark, & White Chocolate Chips

When it comes to the best vegan chocolate chips, Enjoy Life knows what’s up! The allergy-friendly brand offers a growing selection of cruelty-free baking chips perfect for cookies and beyond. Find mini chips, mega chunks, and tasty morsels in several chocolate formulations. Whether you’re in search of Dark Chocolate Morsels, Semisweet Mega Chunks, or White Mini Chips, just look for the turquoise bag.

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Equal Exchange Organic Chocolate Chips

Pour yourself a glass of creamy oat milk and whip up some cookies! But we aren’t using just any chocolate chips here. We’re going with fair trade, organic, vegan chocolate chips from Equal Exchange. When it comes to plant-based chocolate, both the semi-sweet and bittersweet options are fair game. Give these chips a try next time you see this environmentally friendly brand.

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Endangered Species Premium Baking Chips

These vegan chocolate chips are giving us a taste of luxury. Endangered Species’ rich and decadent chips were made for baking and garnishing desserts alike. We see you DIY vegan ice cream sundaes! Find these premium baking chips in 55%, 60%, and 75% cocoa formulations. Two of which are made with creamy, dairy-free oat milk. We can’t even imagine another non-dairy milk for the job!

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Pascha Organic Baking Chips

When it comes to vegan chocolate chips, Pascha has the goods. Their impressive lineup of organic baking chips is the best choice for all your baking needs. Our current go-tos are the Very Dark, No-Milk Chocolate, and White Baking Chips. The brand also offers sugar-free, keto-friendly, and bulk chocolate chip offerings. What more can we ask for?


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Hu No Added Sugar Keto Baking Chocolate Chips

Made with better-for-you ingredients, Hu chocolate is always an impressive choice. These morsels contain fair trade and organic ingredients like cacao, dates, cocoa butter, and vanilla bean. Be sure to snag a pack of the No Added Sugar Keto Baking Chocolate Chips for all your baking needs. From holiday cookies to morning pancakes to homemade oat balls, your recipes need Hu vegan chocolate chips.


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Evolved Chocolate Chips

Both the semisweet and dark chocolate chips from Evolved are totally vegan. Plant-based bakers, start your ovens! But how do they taste? Oh, these vegan chocolate chips taste great! Additionally, these morsels are USDA Organic, sweetened with coconut sugar, and made with fair trade cocoa. What’s not to love? Cruelty-free chocolate chip cookies featuring this intentional brand—coming right up.


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Max Sweets Dark Chocolate Chips

In addition to tasty vegan marshmallows, Max Sweets has the plant-based chocolate chips you’ve been searching for. The brand’s Dark Chocolate Chips are free from soy, corn, gluten, and sugar, but taste fantastic! We’ve got these chips on deck for plant-based cookies and homemade trail mixes alike! What are you thinking of making?

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Nestle Toll House Plant-Based Morsels

Whether you’re whipping up cookies or making chocolate-dipped pretzels, these vegan chocolate chips are perfect for baking and melting. Find the Nestle Toll House Plant-Based Morsels in semi-sweet and dark chocolate varieties. We recommend keeping a pack of these versatile chips on hand with your other baking ingredients for when your sweet tooth strikes!


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Lily’s Dark Chocolate Baking Chips

ISO vegan chocolate chips free from added sugar? Check out Lily’s Dark Chocolate Baking Chips. Not only are these sugar-free and vegan, but they are Fair Trade Certified. You know we love to see it. Wondering where to buy these inclusive sweets? Find Lily’s at a variety of grocery stores as well as on Amazon. Psst … The brand’s Peanut Butter Baking Chips are also vegan-friendly!


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Ghirardelli Non-Dairy Dark Chocolate Chips

Ghirardelli Non-Dairy Dark Chocolate Chips, welcome to the lineup! This well-known brand is coming in hot with the vegan chocolate chips. Made with simple ingredients like chocolate, cane sugar, and cocoa butter, these baking classics are a must-try. The morsels are 52% cocoa, making them a slightly sweet and indulgent choice. Now we’ve got brownies, blondies, and chocolate muffins on the brain. Can you blame us?


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Anja Grommons

Anja Grommons


During her studies to become a registered dietitian, Anja—a longtime vegetarian—transitioned to a vegan diet. Living in Kalamazoo, Michigan at the time (Go Broncos!), she met Maggie and Tammie through VegOut Kalamazoo (one of VegOut’s first focus cities) and began collaborating with the duo. When she’s not writing about new vegan eats, practicing as a pediatric clinical dietitian, and virtually coaching fellow plant-based eaters, you can find her creating veg-centric recipes, trying new cruelty-free products, and spending time with her partner Addison and cat Kovu.

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