Zen Organic Pudding Cups are Still Available in Almond Milk


Zen is a great company, but they’ve sadly lost several product lines over the years. They used to be called ZenSoy, and they produced wonderful dairy-free Zen Soymilk and soy-based Zen Organic Pudding Cups. Their soymilks were eventually phased out, but they expanded their pudding line with hazelnut milk and almond milk varieties. Consequently, they dropped the “Soy” from their name to become more all inclusive.

Zen Organic Pudding Cups continued to be available in several varieties for years, but over time, their soy puddings fell victim to lower demand. They also said goodbye to their hazelnut milk pudding. Fortunately, Zen Organic Pudding Cups can still be found in their Almond Milk version, which has a loyal following. We’ve updated this post to reflect their current dairy-free pudding option.

Zen Organic Pudding Cups made with Almond Milk - dairy-free, gluten-fee, soy-free - Reviews and Info

Zen Organic Pudding Cups are Still Available in Almond Milk

Zen is a lovely company that makes a point to source only organic raw materials. Their puddings come four to the pack, and are sold refrigerated. They tend to be very thick, rich, smooth, and creamy, but we haven’t tried the Zen Organic Pudding made with Almond Milk yet. If you have, be sure to leave your own unbiased rating and review below!

Chocolate Almond Milk

Zen Organic Pudding Cups made with Almond Milk - dairy-free, gluten-fee, soy-free - Reviews and InfoIngredients: organic almond milk (water, organic almonds), organic cane sugar, organic corn starch, organic cocoa (processed with alkali), natural vegan flavors, carrageenan, organic sunflower oil, evaporated salt, organic locust bean gum. contains: tree nuts (almonds).

Nutrition (per pudding cup): 120 calories, 2.5g fat, 20g carbs, 1g fiber, 15g sugars (includes 15g added sugars), 1g protein.*

The Facts on Zen Organic Pudding Cups

Price: $4.99 per 4-pack (3.5 ounces per cup)

Availability: Zen Organic Pudding Cups are sold at Whole Foods and other natural food stores in the U.S.

Certifications: Zen Organic Pudding Cups are Certified Kosher Parve, Certified Vegan, and Certified Organic.

Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Zen Organic Pudding Cups dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan, and vegetarian.*

For More Product Information: Visit the ZenSoy website at zensoy.com.

*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy. 

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What Others Are Saying ...

Zen puddings are delicious!

Rated 5 out of 5
October 29, 2020

Zen puddings are delicious! We miss their hazelnut variety too!


ZenSoy Chocolate Almond Pudding

Rated 5 out of 5
August 27, 2019

Someone is ill and only wants this. Where can I buy it?


Response from Go Dairy Free

Did you try their store locator? -> http://tryzen.com/?page_id=6736

Chocolate mousse-like with a rich dark chocolate flavor

Rated 5 out of 5
February 25, 2019

The very thick Chocolate soy-based version is almost mousse-like with a mature, rich dark chocolate flavor. We haven’t trialed the other flavors, but if they compare to this rich pudding cup, then I would declare the whole line a hands-down winner.

Hannah Kaminsky

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  1. I just found your Almond Milk chocolate pudding in my health food store and was very excited. My allergies are soy, dairy and gluten which the pudding doesn’t have and I read the ingredients very carefully and I use almond milk all the time. When I started eating the pudding I started having that strange tingling feeling in my mouth and throat, so I had to throw it away. I’m very disappointed that I can’t eat the pudding as I thought it was very good. I should have been able to have it, so I can’t say what the problem is with the product.

  2. Stephanie Jensen on

    I have to add that I found the vanilla flavor. That one wasn’t very good. It could have been the batch, but I don’t think so. The oil separates and doesn’t reintegrate. The remaining flavor and texture isn’t very good. The chocolate doesn’t do that. If the oil separates in the chocolate pudding, it reintegrates. The chocolate rules!

  3. Stephanie Jensen on

    I have tried both of this brand’s almond milk and soymilk puddings in the chocolate. The banana doesn’t seem to be available where I live. I love it. I was so excited when I found it.