30 Best Chocolate Logo Design Ideas You Should Check

Who does not like the bitter-sweet buttery dessert that melts in your mouth?
Check out some of the best chocolate logo design ideas we have curated!
Created by Jordi Masdeu Studio | https://www.behance.net/gallery/115638701/Xocolates-Jolonch

In an over-saturated market, standing out from other brands is certainly not an easy task. This also applies to the chocolate industry. If you want to stand out, you need a good chocolate logo design. The good news is there is no need to do it from scratch. You can get inspired by others' work.

A logo is not just a brand's visual representation. It is far more than that. A logo is a tool to create a distinct identity, convey a certain message to a brand's target audience as well as attract them. That is why a brand needs to have a well-designed logo.

Below, we listed 30 chocolate logo design ideas from designers from all around the world. You can learn a lot from those ideas and, hopefully, get inspired by them. You can figure out what will and what will not work for your brand's visual representation.


1. Wild and Tasty

Created by Maxim Ali | https://www.behance.net/gallery/74880817/Wild-and-Tasty

A stylized piece of text can be an incredible visual representation. Maxim Ali's concept design for Wild and Tasty is a good example of that. Notice how the stylish piece of text adds an air of class and elegance. It is very beautiful.

In addition to that, the design is embossed, allowing the text to stand out both figuratively and literally. The text's shiny color makes the logo all the more interesting. 


2. Harem Chocolate

Created by Studio Born | https://www.behance.net/gallery/141203019/Harem-Chocolate-Branding-Packaging

Studio Born's Harem chocolate logo design is simple and straightforward. Designed for an Istanbul-based chocolatier, the design tells what chocolatier is all about: luxury and heritage.

Interestingly, the logo has a modern touch to it. The chocolatier has a long history. The touch of modernity indicates that, despite the chocolatier's long history and heritage, it is willing to move with time. Due to the logo's simplicity, it can be used across different mediums.


3. Hence Chocolate

Created by index™ Studio | https://www.behance.net/gallery/145739645/Hence-Chocolate-Branding

Index Studio successfully created a premium and enticing logo for Hence Chocolate, a luxury chocolatier. When it comes to chocolate, there is a little bit of everything for everyone. Of course, that includes premium quality and exquisite taste.

The chocolate logo design embodies both well. Not only that, but it also has swirls, adding a sense of playfulness and fun to the logo. It is premium and luxurious but still retains its playfulness.


4. Jcoco

Created by Mónica Reyes Studio | https://www.behance.net/gallery/141999573/Jcoco

There is nothing wrong with going minimalist. If anything, good brand visual representations are often minimalist. They don't have intricate details or unnecessary parts. As a result, the audience can remember and recognize them easily.

Monica Reyes Studio's Jcoco logo design proves that even the brand's name can have a minimalist style and looks good as a logo. Moreover, with such simplicity, it is easy to apply the name across various mediums and platforms.


5. The Vintage Chocolate

Created by TSUBAKI KL | https://www.behance.net/gallery/140817245/The-Vintage-Chocolate

Brown is a common choice for chocolate logo design. Firstly, the color fits the product that is marketed. Secondly, it is associated with trust, reliability, and loyalty, which Vintage Chocolate conveys with the logo here. Thirdly, it is an excellent replacement for black as a background.

What's interesting about the design is how the dark brown background contrasts with the golden text. The subtle contrast makes the logo more visually appealing.


6. Ptasie Mleczko

Created by Mateusz Witczak | https://dribbble.com/shots/6240322-Ptasie-Mleczko

Next on the list is the work of Mateusz Witczak for Ptasie Mleczko, an infamous chocolate brand in Poland. When designing a logo, you should start with black and white.

By doing so, you will be able to know which parts are important and which are not. Then, keep and style the important parts and remove the unimportant ones. Once the design is finished, you can add colors, so it fits your brand.



Created by taller M estudio de diseño | https://www.behance.net/gallery/94893185/TROPICAL-STATION-COFFEE-COCOA

Taller M Estudio de Diseno is another chocolate logo design in black and white. Notice how minimalist the logo design is. What's great about this work is that it can work in various color schemes, not just classic black and white.

A well-designed logo like this is versatile in two ways. Firstly, it is versatile in terms of color scheme. Secondly, it works in just about any size and on various mediums and platforms.


8. Benebites Chocolatier

Created by Widarto Impact | https://www.behance.net/gallery/144518591/Benebites-Chocolatier

If your company has a unique name, you can capitalize on it. For example, the name Benebites is unique. It is short, distinctive, easy to read, and easy to remember. It makes a great wordmark. Here, the name is used as the visual representation of the company.

In terms of stylization, Widarto Impact's work gives a natural and artistic feeling. The color selection creates a soft contrast, allowing the wordmark to shine.



Created by Paul Lee | https://www.behance.net/gallery/130323705/HOMER

Paul Lee's creative chocolate logo design is made for Homer, a brand that markets its chocolate in minimal yet vibrant packaging. What's impressive about the logo is how well it works with the packaging.

As a standalone, it keeps things simple and conveys a message. Combined with the packaging, it allows the product to stand out and lets the audience know what it is about. Notice the three different colors corresponding to the product's flavors.


10. Bliss

Created by Natalia Belousova | https://www.behance.net/gallery/145350875/Hand-made-chocolate-candies-Bliss-Logo-and-label

Bliss is a Kyiv-based family sweets production, and Natalia Belousova's work embodies that excellently. The heartwarming design makes the product feel familiar, as if saying it is meant for very special people.

It ticks all the boxes that make a logo good: minimalist, easy to recognize, and flexible. Due to its design, it can be used in various mediums, from social media to the packaging itself. It works well in different color schemes, too.


11. Country Chocolates

Created by Muhammed Sajid | https://www.behance.net/gallery/81484983/Country-Chocolates

Using contrast is a good way to make a logo more noticeable and visually appealing. Note that you don't need a high contrast for it. Even a subtle contrast can do it, too. Muhammed Sajid's Country Chocolate brand's visual representation here showcases that nicely.

The colors are easy on the eye. The styling of the brand's name is ironic. Most importantly, it conveys the uniqueness, creativity, and personality of the brand so well.


12. Chocolife

Created by Matheus Ferreira | https://www.behance.net/gallery/101880825/Chocolife-Rebranding-Visual-Identity

A simple logo goes a long way. But that's not to say you can't be creative about it or make it more interesting. On the contrary, you can do both while still keeping the details simple.

Just look at Matheus Ferreira's Chocolife creative chocolate logo design. It is simple, tells what the company is all about, visually pleasing, and attractive. It combines a wordmark with a pictorial mark, which personalizes the logo even more.



Created by Olena Doshak | https://www.behance.net/gallery/92314569/CHOKS-brand-identity-chocolate-packaging

A visual representation of a brand should be able to convey the brand's identity. This can be achieved in many ways. Among them are font and color selection. You can see both from Olena Doshak's impressive work for Choks here.

The color selection tells us clearly what the brand is all about: it sells tasty chocolate products. The soft contrast draws attention. Meanwhile, the font adds personality. Notice how the letter O leans forward.


14. baños

Created by Mascha Wolfram | https://www.behance.net/gallery/141750997/banos-illustration-packagingdesign

Many brands limit the colors they use in their logo to two. This is a good practice as it keeps things simple and prevents the brand's visual representation from becoming intrusive and visually overwhelming.

Mascha Wolfram's work for Banos uses only two colors, but it grabs attention and conveys personality quite well. This is all thanks to the fine color selection, quirky fonts, and a familiar shape with a small touch of the unfamiliar.


15. Danaus Chocolate

Created by Alejandro Gavancho | https://www.behance.net/gallery/104851221/Danaus-Chocolate

When you design your brand's visual representation, you need to keep white space in mind. It is common to overlook white space. But when utilized properly, white space can improve and make the looks of a logo a lot more interesting.

White space helps to focus on the important parts of the design. It also makes the logo simplified and prevents cluttering. Alejandro Gavancho's work here demonstrates a clever use of white space.


16. Ethel M Chocolates

Created by Kristina Armitage | https://www.behance.net/gallery/118794763/Packaging-Ethel-M-Chocolates

Choosing the right font for a brand's visual representation is important. Fonts, like colors, bring certain emotional associations. The Ethel M Chocolates logo here uses a font that looks stylish and premium.

Interestingly, the design includes not just the brand's name but also when it was established. This adds credibility and a sense of heritage. The format of the logo makes it versatile enough to be applied on various mediums and platforms.


17. Johnny Brownie

Created by Mateus Vieira da Rosa | https://www.behance.net/gallery/88786897/Johnny-Brownie

You can also use mascots for a logo. Mascots are basically the spokesperson or ambassadors of a brand. As such, they are often colorful, cartoonish, and almost always fun.

Just look at the work of Mateus Vieira da Rosa here. The mascots for the chocolate brand help the audience to associate fun and delicious chocolate with the brand. They also help to create a wholesome atmosphere as they appeal to families and children.


18. DEEP Chocolate

Created by Nirvana Studio | https://www.behance.net/gallery/144430907/DEEP-Chocolate-Packaging-

Simple, minimalist, and to the point. That's what Nirvana Studio's work for Deep Chocolate is. The Deep Chocolate logo tells the audience about the brand straightforwardly. It creates a positive impression, too.

What's more, while the text is white with a black background, other color schemes work for it, too. For example, if the text is black, it will go along well with many other colors, including red, green, blue, and even yellow.


19. Baiko Cookies

Created by Julia Sonda | https://www.behance.net/gallery/136597809/Baiko-Cookies

Julia Sonda's Baiko Cookies logo design may look simple at a glance, but the contrasting colors make it enticing. Since the text is in pink, it is easy on the eye. The contrast is enough to draw attention but not too much that it becomes visually overwhelming.

Note the font selection. It communicates boldness and fun, both of which are the brand's identity. The bold typography is also a reference to the product's creaminess.


20. Danke Easter

Created by Nata Design | https://www.behance.net/gallery/141480451/Danke-Easter-2022

A good logo tells the audience a story. That is exactly what the Danke Easter logo does. Created by Nata Design, the brand's visual representation combines pastel brand colors with golden foil, reflecting elegant vintage beauty, the story, and the values of the brand.

It also includes rabbit mascots, which create a wholesome atmosphere as they attract families and children. They differentiate and make the brand stand out from its competitors as well.


21. Koho

Created by Team from Holiday | https://www.behance.net/gallery/123936339/Koho

The team from Holiday's work brings simplicity to the next level. Featuring unique typography with a neutral background, it stands out and makes a statement about the luxury of the brand's products.

What's more, the letter mark can also work with other background colors, including those with multiple colors that spread around. The color shading makes the letters as if they are 3D, making the logo more attention-grabbing. The contrast is pleasing to the eye, too.


22. Linha de EMBALAGENS

Created by Allan Zanellato | https://www.behance.net/gallery/130323307/Linha-de-EMBALAGENS-Chocolateria

Allan Zanellato's logo design for Linha de Embalagens chocolatier is amazing. While the work is on the playful side, it shows elegance. The neutral white background serves as the stage for the red text to stand out and shine.

Furthermore, the brand's visual representation is also scalable. In other words, it can be used both in small as well as large sizes. Also, it works really well across different platforms and mediums.



Created by Lua Cieza | https://www.behance.net/gallery/90747817/KUYAY-Cacao-Lovers

Many brands place their logo in the center of the packaging. While this is a common practice, it is not a must. If your brand's logo is attractive, even if you put it on the left corner of the packaging, your customers will immediately focus on it.

Lua Cieza's Kuyay brand visual representation proves that. Notice how its minimalist typography draws attention effortlessly. Not to mention the design works with varying background colors, too.


24. Scherzo

Created by Mateusz Witczak | https://www.behance.net/gallery/135617137/Scherzo-Chopins-Favourite-Gingerbread

Mateusz Witczak's Scherzo chocolate logo design conveys quality, premium, and elegance. The embossed details bring these further. The brand was established in 1825. The design shows this well. It adds a sense of heritage.

The design involves many elements, but it is still visually appealing and enticing. What's more, the placement of the elements also prevents it from looking too crowded or visually overwhelming. The color selection allows the brand's name to shine.


25. Cacau

Created by Bárbara Klosouski de Bastos | https://www.behance.net/gallery/138719147/Brand-Identidy-packaging-design

A logo can be playful and fun. That's what Barbara Klosouski de Bastos's work shows here. It combines a letter mark with a pictorial mark. The letter mark tells the name of the brand, while the pictorial mark adds an interesting, hard-to-miss focal point. It conveys the brand's identity, too.

In addition, the design includes a rectangular border. As a result, it fits the packaging nicely. Even with colorful backgrounds, consumers will notice the brand immediately.


26. Wonka

Created by Elmira Hummat | https://www.behance.net/gallery/125782575/Wonka-chocolate-redesign-branding

Elmira Hummat's work is full on the playful side, which shows the brand's identity. The typography is unique. The first half of the text looks normal. The second half is a different story. It looks out of the box and creative.

In addition, there are multiple dots surrounding the text. They come in various colors, too. The background is white. It serves as a neutral stage on which the brand's name can stand out.


27. Sando Crispy

Created by ARU | https://www.behance.net/gallery/131793205/-Package-Design

Aru's Sando Crispy logo design tells everything about the product. Firstly, the brand's name. Secondly, the year the company was established. Thirdly, the type of package design.

The light brown text contrasts with the black background. The soft contrast brings attention to the center, allowing the audience to focus their attention on the brand and what it is about. Notice the font used for the text. The font is clear and very readable.


28. Rocco

Created by Nero Atelier | https://www.behance.net/gallery/120959745/Rocco-Belgium-Chocolate

The next work on the list is Nero Atelier's Rocco logo. Featuring stylized text in gold, it conveys simplicity, timelessness, and elegance. When you see it, you can immediately tell that it is a premium chocolate brand.

Notice the letter O. It looks like melted chocolate, which not only makes the logo more interesting but also adds personality. This unique stylization is inspired by melted Belgian chocolate, the reason why the brand was founded.


29. Xocolates Jolonch

Created by Jordi Masdeu Studio | https://www.behance.net/gallery/115638701/Xocolates-Jolonch

Jordi Masdeu Studio's Xocolates Jolonch is amazing. On the one hand, it tells the long story of the brand. On the other, it gives an impression of modernity. It tells the audience how the brand keeps up with time without forgetting its roots.

What's more, the typography is excellent enough that the logo can work with various colors. If the text is dark, a brighter background will allow it to shine, and vice versa.


30. Krausz

Created by Peltan-Brosz Studio | https://www.behance.net/gallery/76651795/Krausz

Peltan-Brosz Studio’s design is bold, and daring. The letter mark is straight to the point, telling the audience about the brand. What's amazing about the design is how well it works with various backgrounds.

Moreover, the text can also come in various colors and will still look attractive and keep its unique, bold, and daring personality. A good brand's visual representation is attractive even without color. That's exactly what the Peltan-Brosz Studio's work shows here.


Final Words

Fox logo designs are available in myriad concepts depending on the purpose they are made into. Looking into various designs that include omnivorous animal illustrations from numerous renowned brands and logos will inspire you to make the best one.

To ensure that the fox logo created can define the brand identity or deliver the message effectively, it is important to create a good illustration. It doesn't need to be grand because simple designs often work the best. Pay attention to the color combination since it makes the look stand out. 


Let us know what you think!

These above references are done by some of the most talented designers all over the world. If you think your work is better and would like to showcase yours here in this post, please feel free to email your work to info@kreafolk.com. Cheers!


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