Okay, there might be a few more than 20 overall – I lost count. But I think you’ll forgive my poor math as you peruse this huge selection of treats that rival Reese’s peanut butter cups. Everything here is made without any milk ingredients, but there are also vegan, allergy-friendly, paleo, and keto options. This round-up started with just dairy-free peanut butter cups, but I couldn’t resist including milkless almond butter cups, seed butter cups, and all of PB’s delicious chocolate-cloaked cousins.
Photo shows Free2b Sun Cups, which are top allergen free!
20 Dairy-Free Peanut Butter Cups & Other Chocolate Cups to Snatch Up
Below is a detailed guide with the brands and varieties. Unless otherwise noted, these brands are also vegan-friendly by ingredients. Most are also gluten-free, many are surprisingly soy-free, and we even found some nut-free brands. If we’ve overlooked your favorite or just want to tell us your favorite, kindly leave a comment!
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Allergen Note: All of the products mentioned below are dairy-free by ingredients. Ingredients are subject to change at any time, so always read the label! And as always, contact the manufacturer to discuss their production processes if a severe food allergy is a concern for you. There is always some degree of cross-contamination risk, and allergen labels (or lack of) should not be relied on exclusively. We cannot evaluate or even speculate if a product is safe for your specific needs.
Lily’s Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
Lily’s is a sugar-free and keto-friendly chocolatier that does make some dairy milk varieties, but some of their dark chocolate treats are made without dairy. Their dairy-free dark chocolate peanut butter cups are relatively new, and sweetened with erythritol and stevia.
- Lily’s Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups (available in 3.2-ounce bags and 2-packs)
Justin’s Organic Nut Butter Cups
You should avoid Justin’s milk chocolate confections, but they offer quite an array of organic vegan dark chocolate nut butter cups!
- Justin’s Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
- Justin’s Dark Chocolate Mini Peanut Butter Cups
- Justin’s Dark Chocolate Almond Butter Cups
- Justin’s Dark Chocolate Cashew Butter Cups
- Justin’s Dark Chocolate Crispy Peanut Butter Cups (very new, made with quinoa)
Theo Organic Dark Chocolate Nut Butter Cups
Like Justin’s, Theo Chocolate has gained popularity as a mainstream organic chocolatier that makes both milk and dark chocolate. And they also have quite a line of dark chocolate dairy-free peanut butter cups and almond butter cups.
- Theo Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
- Theo Double Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
- Theo Almond Butter Cups
- Theo Peanut Butter & Jelly Cups
Free2b Sun Cups
This wonderful, allergy-friendly brand shuns milk, eggs, gluten, peanuts, tree nuts, and soy. Their chocolate cups are made with a sunflower seed butter filling. And they are might tasty!
- Dark Chocolate Sun Cups
- Dark Chocolate Mini Cups
- Rice Chocolate Sun Cups
- Rice Chocolate Mini Cups
- Dark Chocolate Mint Cups
Eating Evolved Organic Butter Cups
This paleo-friendly brand uses simple raw ingredients and organic coconut sugar for sweetness. At last check, they were a completely dairy-free and vegan brand, too.
- Eating Evolved Almond Butter Cups
- Eating Evolved Cashew Butter Cup
- Eating Evolved Classic Coconut Butter Cups
- Eating Evolved Caramel & Sea Salt Coconut Butter Cups (pictured below)
Evolved Keto Cups
This is the no sugar added brand from Eating Evolved. They use inulin (Jerusalem artichoke fiber) and monk fruit for sweetness. When we reviewed, the whole line was dairy-free.
- Keto Cups Unsweetened Original
- Keto Cups Coffee
- Keto Cups Coconut Butter
- Keto Cups Almond Butter
- Keto Cups Hazelnut Butter
Unreal Dark Chocolate Nut Butter Cups
- Unreal Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
- Unreal Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups with Crispy Quinoa
- Unreal Dark Chocolate Almond Butter Cups
No Whey PeaNot Cups
My niece LOVED these sunflower seed butter cups. They’re thoughtfully made in the company’s allergy-friendly, dairy-free and nut-free facility.
Hero Cup Peanut Butter Cups
Made by Davis Chocolate, these dark chocolate peanut butter cups come in three different sweetened varieties to suit classic, unrefined, paleo, and keto dietary demands.
- HeroCup 50% Dark Chocolate Coconut Sugar Peanut Butter Cups
- HeroCup 70% Dark Chocolate No Sugar Added Peanut Butter Cups
- HeroCup Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups (sweetened with Cane Sugar)
Oh Nuts Non-Dairy Peanut Butter Cups
This is a gourmet nut company that makes all types of confections, both with and without dairy. But their peanut butter cups are dairy-free and kosher parve.
Go Max Go Cleo Cups
Go Max Go is a vegan candy bar brand that’s been around for a while, but is still a small producer. This is the only store-packaged brand, that we know of, which comes in dairy-free white chocolate covered peanut butter cups.
Trader Joe’s Sunflower Seed Butter Cups
You’ll have to pass on their peanut butter and almond butter cups – both contain dairy. But TJ’s has dairy-free seed butter cups in two-packs, and they aren’t half bad. But you can only buy them in Trader Joe’s stores.
Mama Ganache Organic Vegan Peanut Butter Cups
Mama Ganache is a local area artisan company, but you can order their products direct online. They ship throughout the U.S. This is a classic chocolatier, milk chocolate and all, but they make vegan dark chocolate varieties for many of their chocolates.
Sjaak’s Organic Nut Butter Bites
They call them bites, some call them mini cups. Either way, we think they just barely qualify for our dairy-free peanut butter cups round up. We’re giving Sjaak’s a little leeway since they’re a completely vegan chocolatier!
Lagusta’s Luscious Peanut Butter Cups
Lagusta’s Luscious is a very unique vegan chocolatier that hand-makes all of their chocolates with natural ingredients. You can only order these artisan dairy-free peanut butter cups online, direct from Lagusta herself.
Amanda’s Own Sunflower Cups
Beth, Amanda’s mom, runs this top allergen-free company with care. All of their chocolate are both kid-friendly and adult-friendly, and they include many nostalgic favorites – like these “peanut butter” cups made from sunflower seed butter.
Eat Chic Chocolates
This fancy-pants vegan chocolate cup maker has way too many varieties for me to list here. Plus, I’m guessing they pop in and out with new flavors. They make all types of dairy-free chocolate cups, like the ones listed here.
- Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups with Maldon Sea Salt
- Dark Chocolate Chocolate-Hazelnut Butter Cups
- Dark Chocolate Coconut Sugar Tahini Cups
- Dark Chocolate Espresso Almond Butter Cups
- Birthday Cake Cashew Butter Cups
- Matcha Cashew Butter Cups
Chocolate Emporium Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Cups
This is a kosher parve, vegan chocolatier with a wide array of chocolate confections that they ship throughout the U.S. They only have one variety of dairy-free peanut butter cups, but sometimes, that’s all you need!
Coracao Chocolate Butter Cups
This is a gourmet artisan that makes lower-glycemic sweet with coconut sugar and pure, raw ingredients. They’re another dairy-free, vegan, and paleo-friendly company. You can order their chocolate direct online.
Amazing Alisa! Thank you. Now what about your ranking??? Or at least top 1 – 5?
That’s tough! To be honest, I’ve yet to try one that was as good as homemade. For store-bought, my household thinks the sunbutter brands tend to do a better job with quality, like No Whey and Free2b. Justin’s and Theo are very popular, and the flavor is fine, but both brands have been very dry in the middle whenever we’ve bought them to test (multiple times!). Theo was great, but needed more filling. There are a few on here I haven’t tried, too!
Oh my gosh, I want ALL of these! This is my kind of post hehe. 🙂 Thank you for putting this together! I can’t wait to try some of these that are new to me!!
Happy to share 🙂