You can still enjoy your favourite Easter treats as a vegan! Stock up on these vegan Easter eggs…
Calling all chocolate lovers: you don’t have to miss out on sweet treats at Easter! There are plenty of vegan Easter eggs to suit every palette, from decadent dark chocolate to smooth and creamy milk chocolate alternatives.
As well as vegan brands expanding their offerings, supermarkets and retailers are hopping on the growth of veganism. So, read our guide and get stocked up on these egg-citing treats. You can thank us later!
The chocolate gods have truly blessed us, as Nomo have 5 eggs to choose from this year: Creamy Choc, Caramel Sea Salt, Fruit Crunch, Caramel and Hazelnot. Not only are they delicious and delightfully creamy, they’re free from nuts and gluten for those with intolerances.
Available at most UK supermarkets – Prices start from £6
2. Moo Free
If you’re after ethical Easter eggs, try Moo Free’s range. Choose from an array of flavours, including Original, Cheeky Orange, Organic Mint and Organic Sour Cherry. Their organic “milk” chocolate is made with UTZ certified cocoa to support sustainable farming methods and it doesn’t compromise on taste whatsoever. Free from gluten and soya, these eggs are also suitable for people with allergies.
Available at most UK supermarkets – Prices start from £4.50
3. Marks & Spencer
Looking for a cracking novelty egg? This year, Marks and Spencer have turned tradition on its head with their cheeky aubergine-shaped chocolate egg. Made with 55% dark chocolate, it’s sure to taste as memorable as it looks!
Available at Marks & Spencer – £6
4. Hotel Chocolat
No one does luxury chocolate quite like Hotel Chocolat and their vegan Easter egg range doesn’t disappoint. Their collection offers everything chocolate lovers dream of, from ginger-infused flavours to decadent dark chocolate eggs. Dark chocolate not your thing? You’ll love the Free From Milk Chocolate Egg.
Available at Hotel Chocolat – Prices start from £10
Oat milk is celebrated for its smooth and creamy texture, so why not make chocolate with it? Happi Easter eggs are crafted with oat milk, and not only are they free from soya and gluten, they come in plastic-free packaging. The ultimate guilt-free treat! Choose from Plain Chocolate, Orange and Salted Caramel flavours.
Available at The Vegan Kind Supermarket – £9.49
6. Booja Booja
Push the boat out this year with Booja Booja’s luxurious vegan Easter eggs. These gorgeous, hand-painted eggs are chock-full with organic chocolate truffles, making them a must-try. Choose from Hazelnut Crunch, Almond & Sea Salt Caramel and Fine De Champagne flavours.
Available at Holland & Barrett and independent stockists – Prices start from £9.99
7. Mummy Meagz
Get your chocolate fix this Easter with silky-smooth vegan eggs by Mummy Meagz. The Orange Choccie flavour offers a tangy twist, while the Smoove Move is ideal for those who can’t get enough of dark chocolate.
Available at Holland & Barrett – £3.99
On the hunt for some seriously indulgent chocolate this Easter? Asda have launched a vegan Belgian chocolate egg, complete with mouth-watering vanilla-flavoured truffles. What more could you want? They also offer White Chocolate and Strawberry and Honeycomb flavours.
Available at Asda – £5.50
You can always rely on Tesco to provide tasty vegan treats! If you fancy a change from traditional chocolate, tuck into the White Chocolate Egg infused with freeze-dried strawberry pieces.
Available at Tesco – £2.50
10. Doisy & Dam
Just when we thought nothing could top chocolate, Doisy & Dam launched their almond butter and chocolate nuttercups. This Easter egg is crafted with 70% Colombian cocoa and comes with two packs of creamy nuttercups, making this a treat you can’t miss out on.
Available at Doisy & Dam – £8.00
Divine chocolate truly lives up to its name. As well as tasting heavenly, these rich, smooth Easter eggs are Fairtrade, free from palm oil and come in plastic-free packaging. Choose from Dark Chocolate and Raspberry or Dark Hazelnut Praline flavours.
Available at Tesco – £5.00
Satisfy your sweet tooth with Buttermilk’s vegan Easter eggs. These pleasingly thick, creamy and more-ish eggs are available in two flavours: Thick Orange Choccy with Zingy Orange Flavoured Caramel Flakes and Salted Caramel Crunch. Can’t choose between them? Go for both!
Available at Tesco – £6.00
Why not try something unique this year? These quirky Easter eggs are made with original Goupie chocolate and packaged in a reusable tin egg. There are 36 different designs available, so this makes a great Easter surprise.
Love a bit of luxury? Hames offer a “milk” chocolate Easter egg crafted with rice powder for a deliciously creamy taste. This chocolate egg is filled with honeycomb and chocolate bunnies, making it ideal for kids too.
Available at Hames – £12.50
Bored of classic eggs? Montzeuma’s have launched chick-shaped chocolate to mix up your Easter this year.
Available at The Vegan Kind Supermarket – £5.99