The Guide to VEGAN EASTER EGGS 2021

Whether you’re trying to do right by the planet, be healthier, keep the animals happy or are simply searching for mouthwatering chocolate, I’ve got your back. This year, the vegan selection of Easter eggs is bigger and better than ever. In this guide, I’ll explore some brands of vegan Easter chocolates to make sure you find the chocolate of your heart’s desire… Read more »

by CelesteSpain 5 months ago

Whether you’re trying to do right by the planet, be healthier, keep the animals happy or are simply searching for mouthwatering chocolate, I’ve got your back. This year, the vegan selection of Easter eggs is bigger and better than ever. In this guide, I’ll explore some brands of vegan Easter chocolates to make sure you find the chocolate of your heart’s desire to celebrate this upcoming holiday. All the chocolate I talk about are available in supermarkets or online.

First, I’ll focus on the Easter snacks (small chocolate eggs, truffles, and sweets):

MUMMY MEAGZ CHUCKIE EGG -For those who don’t know this is the famous vegan creme egg created lovingly by this family run UK brand ‘Mummy Meagz’. It is vegan, gluten free and wheat free. I thoroughly recommend this chocolate treat as it’s mouth-watering, melt-in-the-mouth magic. Perfect for all chocolate lovers.

DOISY & DAM DARK CHOCOLATE GOOD EGGS – The mini eggs of the vegan world. Delicious, mouth-watering, these chocolate eggs even have the classic sugar coating. Just tucking into a pack of these brings back childhood memories for me.

GOUPIE CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES – I discovered these triangular crunchy truffles at Christmas and boy did I eat a lot of them – need I say more? Flavours include: Original, Mint, Orange, Espresso and many more.

BOOJA BOOJA TRUFFLE SELECTION BOX (EASTER EDITION) – Booja Booja, despite it’s funto-say brand name, are luxury truffles. I tried one espresso truffle and one rhubarb and vanilla one at Christmas – they were delicious!

Now onto the vegan Easter Eggs you’ve all been waiting for:

MOO FREE CHOCCY EGGSPLOSION EASTER EGG – Out of the eleven Easter specific chocolate options Moo Free are offering this year, I went with this mix of milk chocolate, white chocolate and marshmallows! This UK based brand with fantastical animal characters on each packet makes delicious rice milk chocolate. Other Moo Free Easter egg flavours: chocolate orange, bunnycomb (fun honeycomb equivalent), original, mint chocolate and sour cherry.

NOMO CREAMY CHOC EASTER EGG & BAR – The NOMO collection of eggs includes: milk chocolate original, fruit crunch, and caramel and hazelnut crunch. NOMO is one of the best Vegan chocolate brands I’ve ever experienced. I would argue that NOMO easily surpasses the dairy giant equivalents but that’s for you to decide.

BUTTERILK EASTER EGGS (WITH BARS) – Flavours include: chocolate orange, caramel and sea salt, caramelised hazelnut and crispy berry sundae. I cannot describe these better than Vegan Food and  Living does – “Featuring a generously thick chocolate shell, Buttermilk’s dairy-free Easter eggs are made from responsibly sourced, natural ingredients and packaged in 100% plastic-free and compostable materials. Both the Zingy Orange Crisp Flavour and the Salted Caramel Crunch eggs are infused with sea salt crystals, giving a satisfying crunchy texture, and come complete with a chocolate bar soldier”.

Prefer dark chocolate? I recommend

HOTEL CHOCOLAT VEGAN EASTER EGG & DIVINE CHOCOLATE EASTER EGGS.

These are my top picks for this year, there are many, many more vegan Easter eggs to choose from so feel free to search ‘vegan Easter eggs’ into Google for the full range. Have a lovely Easter filled with chocolate joy!