Easter time means chocolate, and there are no boundaries for vegans and dairy-free chocolate lovers nowadays! It’s about SOOOO much more than dark chocolate now (although we still love that too and have some fabulous vegan dark chocolate suggestions. Now we can have vegan milk chocolate (using all sorts of dairy free milk), vegan creme eggs, flavoured chocolate (honeycomb crunch I hear you say?), white chocolate, truffles, raw chocolate, chocolate that mimics your favourite childhood chocolate like smarties and maltesers… The list of vegan and dairy free chocolate treats go on, so I have come up with the Top 10 Best Vegan and Dairy-Free Easter Chocolate and Easter Eggs, which made our mouths water.
There’s something for everyone, whether you’re looking for childhood nostalgia, sweet white vegan chocolate, pure high cacao truffles, organic vegan chocolate, healthier handmade raw vegan options or Easter themed chocolate truffles. Virtually all the chocolates are gluten-free too! All are available to order online and many are available from high street shops.
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Mummy Meagz Vegan Chuckie Eggs (the vegan answer to the Creme Egg!)
This incredible family vegan business started by supplying the most mouth-watering rocky road bars, and now 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. They even come in a cute egg box with straw inside!
Image from @stevenveganico (from Instagram)
Where to buy: Various online retailers and Holland and Barrett.
Vegan Chocolatier Chocolate Truffle Eggs Selection
This family business started as a dairy chocolate business, then opened its vegan arm after one of the owners went vegan. I love their indulgent range of vegan chocolates using almond and rice milk, often emulating some of our favourite childhood chocolates.
The Viennese milk chocolates are like the Thorntons Viennese chocolates I ate as a kid. They also have new creations like melt-in-the-mouth peanut butter vegan milk truffles. Specially for Easter, many of their incredible vegan chocolate truffles are egg-shaped and packaged up in their individual flavours, or as a selection taster pack. The packaging is even biodegradable!
As an extra special treat, they are giving all Vegan Larder readers a free taster pack (6 truffles of 3 different flavours) with any order using the code VEGANTASTER
Where to buy: their online shop (this link takes you to the vegan section of the company – Vegan Chocolatier – which is part of Friars Chocolate)
Moo Free Organic White Chocolate and Strawberry Hammy the Hamster
This organic vegan chocolate brand has some of the cutest characters, all based on people the owner knows! I fell in love with Hammy the Hamster; a strawberry and white chocolate character that is perfect for both adults and children at Easter! If you want to pretend you’re a grown-up, they have a range of bars for you too! Their white chocolate tastes EXACTLY as I remember it from childhood, so it was an incredible trip down memory lane.
We also adore their Bunnycomb Easter egg plus all the other bars and treats they make! (affiliate link)
Where to buy: various online stores, (affiliate link) health food shops and some of their products are exclusively in Tesco’s.
So Free Organic Bow-Tie Bunny
These guys have been making vegan chocolate for decades, with some being organic, and their factories are nut-free. Their bow-tie bunny Easter packs are just adorable, filled with smooth organic vegan chocolate eggs made from cocoa and rice milk, for that milk chocolate hit!
They also have the most incredible vegan Easter chocolate hamper (affiliate link) filled with Easter surprises from white chocolate eggs to vegan chocolate spread.
Where to buy: Their online shop or in various health food stores
Divine Vegan Pink Himalayan Salt Dark Easter Egg
Divine cares about people and great chocolate; they were started by a co-operative of cocoa farmers in Ghana, are Fairtrade and continue to empower farmers.
We love their vegan range of chocolates, from mint thins and organic bars to vegan Easter eggs! Our favourite is their Vegan Pink Himalayan Salt Dark Easter Egg (affiliate link). This egg has their signature smooth dark chocolate with a salty twist, giving a new kick out of vegan dark chocolate.
Choc Box Vegan Raw Handmade Creme Eggs
Made by Greg in Bristol, using handmade, recycled packaging, these guilt-free vegan, raw chocolates are delicious, unique and environmentally friendly. Perfect for Easter celebrations! All chocolates are handmade with high quality and rare Criollo Cacao Powder and Cacao Butter. Each egg is painted individually, all with a slightly different pattern. I love the soft creamy texture of these vegan creme eggs, and the taste of the cacao butter. So pretty and lovingly made, they are great for raw vegan chocolate lovers!
Where to buy: Good Sixty online shop
Doisy and Dam Vegan Chocolate Treats and Easter Egg
We love this B Corp business (top care for customers and suppliers) who have this year gone completely vegan!! That means more vegan and dairy-free chocolate for us – hooray! Doisy & Dam’s range has gone from various flavoured bars (vanilla, maca and cacao nibs was a favourite of mine) to all sorts of other childhood favourite sweets – but your vegan and dairy-free chocolate versions. I feel in love with the chocolate buttons, malteasers, peanut butter cups and smarties. So delicious and fun that I had to fight Louise for them- it had been a while since we’d had a malteaser! I love the crunch and airiness, perfect to go on cupcakes too!
Their vegan Easter chocolate special is a classic big chocolate egg, but also with mini eggs, and peanut butter cups. So cute, and just like the old days.
Where to buy: their online shop and various health food stores
Booja Booja Truffles and Hand Painted Vegan Easter Egg
Booja Booja’s chocolates’ have been mine and my Mum and Dad’s go-to for birthdays and Easter for years (yes we are all vegan!). They are indulgent, high quality, intense and delicious. But also so simple! Organic and melt-in the mouth delicious dairy-free chocolates – the ones you love with a cup of tea, especially if you ask for my Dad’s advice. Their range goes from salted caramel and hazelnut crunch to fine de champagne; all equally delectable.
For Easter they 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!
Where to buy: online (affiliate link), health stores and supermarkets
Ananda’s Vegan Marshmallows Easter Round Up (the vegan Wagon Wheel!)
Ananda’s special treat has won the hearts of vegan food lovers everywhere, and has become a personal obsession of mine. You know I love childhood nostalgia, and this hits the spot. Their vegan Round Up wagon wheels have a delightful strawberry jam centre, and their Easter Round Up is also lemon and lime flavoured, which gives a fun spring tang! The tin of Vegan Easter Round Ups is just irresistible!
Ananda’s are a Derbyshire family business who were the first to make gelatine-free marshmallows! They handmake and handcut the treats using real flavourings and real fruit, and all ingredients are non-GMO.
Specially for our readers they are giving 20% off their Easter range with the code VEGANEASTER20 from their online shop.
Slab and Tipple Vegan Chocolate Truffles and Chocolate Slabs
This is a special chocolate shop local to me in East London, run and owned by Anne-Marie. She has some insanely good vegan creations, which I have had the pleasure of tasting when I pop in to say hi. All her chocolates are handmade, and I have fallen for her rich and creamy vegan chocolate truffles along with her various vegan dark chocolate bars. The favourite among the bars has to be vegan honeycomb chocolate – Louise always puts dibs on this one so I’m having to buy extra now!
Where to buy: Slab and Tipple’s online store for the bars, and in-store for their truffles.
I hope you enjoy discovering all these Vegan Easter Chocolate Eggs and treats as much as I did!