With Easter fast approaching, we thought we’d do a post in which we narrow down and share what are (in our opinion) ten of the best vegan easter eggs and chocolates that are available. So whether you’re wanting to give them as gifts or indulge in them yourself, there’s plenty of choice and something for everyone. With every year that passes, more and more delicious plant based vegan options are becoming available, making living this way easier than ever.
This little roundup includes chocolate from the some of the best companies on the market, such as Moo Free, Green & Blacks, Booja Booja, Montezuma’s, as well as good little businesses that are lesser known but are just as good. Apart from the smaller businesses, the majority of these things can also be bought easily on places like Ocado, Holland & Barrett, or your local supermarket which is great.
Moo Free Organic Easter Eggs (Available in Original, Bunnycomb, & Cheeky Orange flavours) £4.25 at Ocado
A returning favourite of ours, Moo Free’s easter eggs are a budget friendly choice that are organic and free from lactose, gluten, wheat, casein, GM, and soya.
If like us, you’re a fan of darker chocolate, you’ll enjoy Green & Black’s medium dark easter egg. It’s also 70% so its not too sweet either. If you like chocolate thats even darker, Hotel Chocolat have a good vegan easter egg range too.
Divine Dark Chocolate Egg With Crisp Mint £5 at Ocado
Divine’s chocolate easter egg is a deliciously rich 70% dark chocolate, studded with refreshing mint in a thick chocolate shell. Perfect for mint lovers!
Montezma’s Dark Chocolate Egg With Peanut Butter Mini Egg Truffles £19.99 www.montezuma’s.co.uk
If you love peanut butter just as much as we do, you’ll love this dark chocolate easter egg filled with peanut butter mini egg truffles from Montezuma’s. Mmm!
Booja Booja Hazelnut Crunch Large Easter Egg £24.99 at Ocado (Also available in other flavours and in a small size)
In this beautifully hand painted easter egg by Booja Booja, you’ll receive 12 of their incredibly delicious and award winning hazelnut crunch chocolate truffles. All of Booja Booja’s chocolate truffles are also organic, gluten, and soya free, making these completely guilt free.
Mummy Meagz Vegan Cream Eggs £15 for 6 at www.mummymeagz.co.uk
Mummy Meagz’s vegan cream eggs are handmade and a fantastic alternative to Cadbury’s cream eggs this easter. They’re also free of soya, nuts & gluten, and are twice the size of a standard creme egg- which means lots more to enjoy!
Coco Caravan Caramel Filled Eggs £6 for 8 at www.cococaravan.co.uk
Similar to Mummy Meagz’s cream eggs, Coco Caravan’s caramel filled eggs are handmade with smooth dark chocolate, and filled with their signature vegan caramel.
Lindt Gold Bunny Dark £4 at Ocado or your local supermarket
This classic easter treat in the dark version by Lindt is so cute and tasty, and is sure to put a smile on somebody’s face!
Cocoa Libre Milk Chocolate Alternative Honeycomb Slab £3.50 at www.cocoalibre.co.uk
Cocoa Libre’s milk chocolate alternative honeycomb slab is made with rice milk, and is free from wheat, nuts, peanuts and gluten. If you used to like crunchies you’re bound to really enjoy this.