The best vegan Easter chocolates and treats in the UK for 2023
Easter comes with many traditions, but the best one is undoubtedly eating chocolate!
Thanks to the cracking range of vegan Easter eggs and other dairy-free delights, you no longer have to miss out on the foodie fun.
If full-sized Easter eggs aren’t your thing, no problem. There are plenty of other vegan Easter treats on offer, including hot cross buns.
1. Wicked Kitchen Benny The Bunny
If you thought vegan Easter chocolate was boring, think again! Wicked Kitchen has launched a delicious dairy-free chocolate bunny that’s perfect for kids and adults alike.
Available at Tesco – Priced at £5
2. Mummy Meagz Chuckie Eggs
If you miss classic Cadbury Creme Eggs at Easter, you can still enjoy this nostalgic treat thanks to Mummy Meagz. Complete with creamy oat milk chocolate and a gooey centre, these are the ultimate indulgent Easter treats.
Available at The Range, Vegan Store and MummyMeagz.com
3. Moo Free Mini Choccy Eggs
On the hunt for some bite-sized Easter treats to nibble on?
Moo Free’s Mini Choccy Eggs are the ultimate indulgent snack. The hard chocolate shell is filled with even more soft, creamy chocolate, making them dangerously more-ish.
Available at Tesco, Sainsbury’s and independents – Priced at £2.50
4. Hotel Chocolat Vegan Bunnies
Craving milk chocolate? Hotel Chocolat’s impressive range of vegan Easter treats includes several bunny-themed goodies.
Choose from a pack of 16 indulgent Chocolate City Bunnies, the Vegan Raspberry Bunny Selector, or the adorable Chocolate Rabbert Hollow with Tiddly Pot. You can also choose the Rabbert Tiddly Pot if you fancy a cheeky snack of chocolate drops.
We won’t judge you if you want to buy all of them!
Prices start at £2.25
5. Plant Kitchen Luxury Hot Cross Buns
Easter isn’t complete without a hot cross bun! These Plant Kitchen Luxury Hot Cross Buns from Marks & Spencer are satisfyingly sweet thanks to the sultanas and raisins, and the avocado puree adds a further fruity punch.
Much tastier than the non-vegan version, if you ask us.
Available at Marks & Spencer and Ocado – Priced at £2
6. Butterm!lk Choccy Bunny
If you’re looking for Easter treats the kids will love, Buttermilk’s plant-powered chocolate bunny is sure to do the trick.
Available at Sainsbury’s, Asda, Morrisons, Ocado and their website – Price ranges from £3.50 to £4
7. Doisy & Dam Good Eggs
Crunchy mini eggs are among the most popular Easter treats and Doisy & Dam is making sure vegans don’t miss out!
These crunchy Good Eggs are made with ethically sourced chocolate and free from palm oil, ideal for conscious shoppers.
Available at Holland & Barrett, Asda, Doisy & Dam’s website and independents – Prices start at £2.75
8. Montezuma’s Lucky Chick
The range of vegan Easter chocolate by Montezuma’s is almost too much to handle – we’re not yolking!
As well as the signature eggs, you can get your hands on Easter gift boxes, mini eggs and three adorable chocolate hen characters: Plucky, Lucky and Frizzle.
Lucky is made with Like No Udder, the smooth and creamy organic ‘milk’ chocolate developed by Montezuma’s and comes with choccy buttons too.
Available at the Montezuma’s website – Priced at £6
9. Nomo Cookie Dough Bunny
Nomo makes some of the best vegan chocolate around, so the Cookie Dough Bunny is guaranteed to be a hit with kids (and their grown-ups) this Easter.
Available at Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Waitrose, Ocado, Holland & Barrett and Asda – Prices start from 85p
10. Marks & Spencer Charlie the Bunny
This year, the M&S Made Without range includes this cute character – Charlie the bunny. This dairy-free treat is sure to bring a smile to the little ones’ faces over Easter.
Available at M&S and Ocado – Priced at £6