Vegan and dairy-free Easter Eggs just continue to get better and more indulgent every year in the UK, and it becomes harder to pick the top ones. There’s something for everyone, whether you’re looking for childhood nostalgia, sweet white vegan chocolate, pure dark chocolate, truffles and pralines, vegan mini eggs and much more. Below are my top Vegan Easter Chocolate Eggs and treats for 2023.
🌹High-End Vegan Easter Eggs
Friar's Iconic White Vegan Chocolate Egg
If you want something nostalgic, with the creaminess and sweetness of white chocolate, then this is it. This white chocolate egg is lavishly thick, beautiful and indulgent. The cookies and cream mini eggs are just divine, with a soft cookie centre. This is an ultimate special Easter egg where you’d never in a million years guess it’s vegan!
Friars have a great range of Vegan Easter Chocolates including a caramel egg and selections of filled mini eggs, making them one of my go-to chocolatiers.
Where to buy: Friar's website.
Unbelievably Vegan Ostrich Easter Egg by Hotel Chocolat
This luxurious, extra thick vegan Easter Egg is made with nut milk and is filled with an indulgent variety of chocolate truffles. It’s the perfect gift to really tell someone you love them. Their vegan milk chocolate is made from hazelnuts instead of dairy, which still gives that full creamy experience we want from chocolate. Expect truffles, pralines, caramels and more inside this lavish thick vegan Easter egg that you’ll never forget.
Where to buy: Hotel Chocolat stores or on their website.
Booja Booja Hand Painted Vegan Easter Egg
For Easter, Booja Booja have special vegan Easter chocolate eggs; the truffle flavour of your choice encased in a hard egg case hand painted in Kashmir, India. A perfect gift for a loved one, which could also just be you! I love their Honeycomb Caramel and their Hazelnut Crunch. Their truffles are organic and melt-in the mouth - the ones you love with a cup of tea.
Where to buy: online and from various sites.
🍫Mid-Range Vegan Easter Eggs
Buttermilk Honeycomb Egg with Choccy Egg and Soldier
Despite the name, this easter egg is totally vegan. Buttermilk are a newer vegan chocolate brand and they're well priced as well as being delicious. I love 'Honeycomb' which isn't actually made from honey but is a type of cinder toffee. It reminds me of my favorite old Violet Crumble Bars (An Australian treat) so this is Easter Egg is one to definitely check out.
Where to buy: From Ocado and other supermarkets.
NOMO Cookie Crunch Egg and Bunny
I love NOMO’s Cookie Crunch Egg and Cookie Dough Bunny. Cookie dough and chocolate is just a match made in heaven, and is a bit different from the norm. Their chocolate is vegan milk chocolate made with rice milk, which makes it similar to the milk chocolate we had as children. The bonus of this vegan Easter egg is the Cookie Dough Bunny, which is super cute and tasty. Not only is their chocolate indulgent, creamy and delicious, it’s dairy, egg, gluten and nut free.
Nomo does a great range of vegan Easter Eggs, they're not only vegan, but nut-free and gluten-free too, so everyone can have a Hoppy Easter.
Where to buy: online and in major supermarkets.
Moo Free Moofreesas Choccy Rocks Egg
Like Malteesers but vegan, the Moofreesas are sure to get your taste buds dancing, whether you are 2 or 92.
Moo Free do all kinds of delicious vegan chocolate eggs for Easter and this one I am particularly excited about this year. They tend to have a few new varieties each year to look forward to, as well as their classics like Hammy the Hamster.
Where to buy: online and major supermarkets.
🐣Mini Easter Eggs and Cream Eggs
Mummy Meagz Vegan Chuckie Eggs
Mummy Meagz has made the impossible possible with their vegan answer to the Easter Creme Egg; the Chuckie Egg. This vegan egg has a proper creamy, indulgent, yokey fondant centre, proving that vegan never means missing out. The outside vegan chocolate is thick and delicious.
Where to buy: Various online retailers and their own website.
Doisy & Dam Good Eggs (Mini Eggs)
Well, this is our go-to for the recreation of all our favourite childhood corner-shop chocolates that we miss. The Doisy and Dam Good Eggs totally hit the spot and fill the gap of the much loved Mini Eggs! Colourful, crunchy and the outside and sweet chocolate on the inside, we can’t get enough. They’re also perfect for baking - we love using them in our Easy Tahini Cookies.
Where to buy: online, Holland & Barrett, major supermarkets.
Prodigy Salted Caramel Egg
You can’t not love salted caramel, and a Salted Caramel Easter Egg is another imitation of some of the most loved chocolate treats of our childhood. Prodigy chocolate is iconically smooth and not too sweet. This contrast of the chocolate wrapped around salty and sweet caramel is just melt-in-the-mouth! We could eat these all day!
Where to buy: Holland & Barrett and online.
Moo-Free Mini Eggs
Once Again proving that Moo Free are the GOAT of vegan chocolate, they also make vegan mini eggs! Hurrah! Little bags of choccy eggs are so good to have on hand to pass around for littles or not-so-littles.
Where to buy: On their online store and at various supermarkets.
I hope you love this Vegan Easter Egg chocolate as much as I do and that this selection helps you have the best Easter ever!
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