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The 5 Best Vegan Oat Milk Chocolate Bars in the UK in 2024

The 5 Best Vegan Oat Milk Chocolate Bars in the UK

Last updated on December 15th, 2023

Oat Milk Chocolate Bars are a great option if you’re looking for a delicious and creamy alternative to milk chocolate.

Chocolate bars made of oat milk are also a great option if you or someone you know has a milk allergy.

Each day there seems to be a new vegan and dairy-free chocolate bar joining the ever-growing selection of vegan-friendly chocolate on supermarket shelves. And I love it! 

It’s great news for me, as a vegan. And for anyone else who’s either vegan, trying to reduce their dairy intake or those who just love some oaty goodness.

Aside from oat milk, some of the other vegan-friendly alternatives to dairy milk chocolate bars are made using almond, hazelnut, soy and rice milk

But today we’re going to look at vegan oat milk chocolate bars.

In the fast-moving market we’re currently living in, these are my favourites this month. But, who knows, there may be even more to add to the list by the time next month rolls around. 

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Here are the 5 Best Vegan Oat Milk Chocolate Bars in the UK:

1. Ombar Oat M’lk Bar Smooth & Creamy, Vegan Chocolate

Ombar’s Oat Milk Smooth and Creamy Chocolate Bar is an organic, fair-trade dairy-free bar. 

I love this bar for two reasons, its taste and its message

Let’s start with its taste. Ombar’s oat milk chocolate bar is rich and creamy. But not too thick, which I think is an advantage when it comes to oat chocolate. There’s also a nice subtle but delicious oaty flavour.

The message they deliver through their chocolate is great too because they explain all the good stuff they have going on. Like how this bar produces less than half the carbon emission of regular milk chocolate. How they make a donation to a reforestation charity every time a bar is sold. And that they are palm oil-free, fair trade and organic and of course, vegan.

As well as their original Smooth and Creamy bar they also have three other vegan oat milk bars;  hazelnut, salted caramel and a fruit and nuttake a look at Ombar’s oat milk bar range on Amazon. 

2. H!P Happiness In Plants Original Creamy & Smooth Chocolate

Next up is H!P’s Original Creamy & Smooth chocolate bar.

Some have described this as tasting similar to original Dairy Milk bars. That’s impressive as Cadbury’s couldn’t even do this with their own vegan plant bar. 

It’s the texture that most people find special. Chilled it’s not so good but if you keep it out of the fridge it’s got a nice chewy texture. Along with the original bar, they also have a bunch of other flavours such as salty pretzel, cookies and cream and salted honeycomb.

Buy H!P’s Original Creamy & Smooth chocolate bar on Amazon. 

3. Lindt Vegan Chocolate Bar – Lindt Oat Milk Chocolate Bar

Yes, that’s right Lindt’s vegan bar is made from oat milk too.

From Lindt, you’d expect a smooth, rich and creamy bar that melts in your mouth. And they haven’t done a bad job with Lindt’s oat milk chocolate bar.

This oat milk bar is creamy and a bit sweeter than most vegan chocolate bars so it tastes more like milk chocolate.

If you fancy giving it a go, you can order yourself a Lindt Vegan Chocolate Bar on Amazon

4. Gnaws Oat Milk Chocolate

Gnaws oat milk chocolate is a favourite of both vegans and non-vegans. I’ve even heard folk say it’s as good as any milk chocolate going, this is an incredible feat.

While they don’t exclusively sell vegan chocolate (so look out for the vegan ones), they do offer a great range of plant-based chocolatey treats. 

And they do other good stuff too, like only using natural and locally sourced ingredients. As well as their commitment to zero-waste packaging.

Check out this set of three delicious vegan chocolate bars from Gnaws including an oat milk bar, a sea salt & caramel bar and an orange crunch bar.

5. Happi – Plain Oat Milk Bar

The final oat milk chocolate bar on the list Happi’s Plain Oat Milk Bar

The chocolate colour is darker than most oat milk chocolate bars but that doesn’t take away from it’s creaminess. It’s one of the creamiest oat milk bars known to man, it pretty much melts in the mouth.

So far, I’ve only tried their plain oat milk bar but when I make some room in my cupboard I’m going to try some others from their range. They’ve got; white chocolate, orange chocolate and crunch cacao nibs chocolate. I’ve heard really great things about the crunch cacao nibs bar! 

Take a look on Amazon at Happi’s vegan oat milk bar range

There you have it, my favourite vegan oat milk chocolate bars in the UK. If there’s a bar I haven’t mentioned I’d love to know. New recommendations for vegan chocolate are always welcome. 

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If you’re here, maybe you’ll like some of my other chocolate-related posts – Vegan Topic Bars – Do They Exist In 2023?, Vegan Box of Chocolates and Can Vegans Eat Chocolate? – All you need to know about Chocolate!

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