What are the best vegan Easter eggs in 2002? It’s nearly Easter again so time to get in those vegan Easter Egg requests to your family!
Gone are the days of a boring, empty, plain dark chocolate egg being our only option. As thankfully these days, we have a LOT of choices and the creativity in the vegan Easter egg market seems to be impressing consumers more and more every year. The demand is growing and with it, an expectation to be able to buy a delicious range of Easter eggs that suit all tastes.
So whether you enjoy dark chocolate or prefer a more creamy vegan milk chocolate egg, there’s absolutely sure to be something in our selection below that makes you jump for joy this Easter time.
Let us know what you go for!
Hotel Chocolat, Extra Thick, Unbelievably Vegan Easter Egg, £30
I’m convinced that Hotel Chocolat is my spiritual home. And when they produce ranges such as this, it only further confirms my strong belief.
Happi Easter egg, £11.99
Looking for something fun and colourful? This is the perfect Easter egg for you then. With a cute little monster on the box and a delicious, oat milk Easter egg inside.
Betty’s Vegan Venzuelan Dark Chocolate Egg, £23
Such a beautiful work of art, coated in different shades of bronze shimmer. A very unique egg that’s striking and elegant to look at.
Booja Booja Small Kashmir Gift Egg with Chocolate Orange Truffles, £10.95
And speaking of artwork, we next bring you Booja Booja. Never to be outdone, these hand painted eggs are filled with the most divine chocolate orange truffles. There are other flavoured truffles to choose from and larger eggs all in similarly beautiful eggs.
Moo Free, White Egg and Cinder Toffee Bar, £5.99
The perfect, yet inexpensive choice for anyone who prefers white chocolate. A fun and decorated egg with a white chocolate covered cinder toffee bar included too. Yum.
Nomo, Cookie Dough Crunch Egg and Bunny, £6
Another perfect one for those on a budget. Nomo is loved for its creamy texture and this Easter egg is sure to not disappoint. How can you go wrong with cookie dough flavoured, creamy vegan milk chocolate plus a bunny?
Kakoa Vegan Iconic Chocolate Caramel Easter Egg, £27.50
Another masterpiece in the art of presentation. Kakoa has really nailed it with this caramel flavoured, vegan milk chocolate Easter egg.
Montezuma’s Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Mini Eggs, £4.50
A great alternative to anyone who doesn’t want a traditional Easter egg. The whole Montezuma’s vegan Easter range is so much fun, it was hard to pick one favourite.
Lindt Gold Bunny, £5
Is it even Easter if you aren’t given at least one Lindt bunny? Gone are the days of vegans having to miss out on this delight. Hoorah!