Oatly - Oatgurt Multiple Sizes

ships cold

Refrigeration fee & expedited shipping may be required.

Oatly - Oatgurt | Multiple Sizes
Oatly - Plain Oatgurt 24 oz
Oatly - Oatgurt | Multiple Sizes
Back Soon

Oatly - Oatgurt Multiple Sizes

Brand - Oatly
Out of stock
Earn PlantX Points
Sign up for our loyalty program here to start earning points today.
Select Value
Size: ×
Notify Me When Available

Quick Description

It all started when Oatly met yogurt. Then they combined and made Oatgurt! Oatly’s Plain Oatgurt is a tasty, non-dairy yogurt with live cultures!

Key Information

  • Vegan yogurt made with oats 
  • Free from soy and dairy
  • Contains live and active cultures
  • An in-between of Greek-style and European-style yogurt
  • Multiple sizes (5.3oz & 24oz)

Product Overview

Can you really say that Oatgurt is yogurt? Not really - but that’s a good thing! Yogurt is traditionally made with dairy, while Oatly’s Oatgurt is made with oats.

What makes Oatgurt deserving of the “gurt”? Well, it contains live and active cultures! While dairy-based yogurts contains L. bulgaricus and S. thermophilus, Oatly’s Plain Oatgurt has both and more.

Oatly’s Plain Oatgurt is made with various live cultures, including L. casei, L. acidophilus, and B. lactis. And they’re all 100% vegan!

Oatgurt’s consistency falls in between Greek-style and European-style yogurt. It’s not too thick and not too watery. It’s just right.

Oatly’s Plain Oatgurt is available in a couple of sizes - choose from 5.3oz or 24oz. 


Oatmilk (water, oats), low erucic acid rapeseed oil, potato starch. Contains 2% or less of: dextrose, pea protein, potato protein, calcium carbonate, guar gum, tricalcium phosphate, locust bean gum, live active cultures (S. thermophilus, L. bulgaricus, L. casei, L. acidophilus, B. lactis.).
Allergens: Oats

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I add Oatly’s Plain Oatgurt to food or use it in recipes?

You can do both! Oatgurt can go in smoothies and on top of granola. Oatly’s Plain Oatgurt is also great for overnight oats or a refreshing vegan tzatziki! Don’t be afraid to enjoy Oatgurt on its own, too! It may be called Plain Oatgurt, but it sure is tasty!

Client Reviews