Worried you’ll miss out this Easter? Luckily there are plenty of vegan Easter eggs available in normal supermarkets, as well as online. We’ve listed a few top picks here, but if you’d like to search our entire Easter section, click here. You can filter results by supermarket, and leave ratings and reviews to help other visitors!
ASDA Free From Easter Egg with Choc Orange Discs
This egg from Asda comes in a cute box, includes some chocolate orange coins, and is free from gluten. Perfect option for orange lovers.
Booja-Booja Hazelnut Large Easter Egg
If you’re looking for a luxury vegan Easter egg, then this large egg from Booja Booja is definitely the one for you. Hazelnut truffles inside a beautifully decorated egg shaped box (which would make a lovely decoration) this is a great option for adults or teens. There’s no actual chocolate egg involved though, so give this one a miss if that’s what you’re after! Free from gluten and soya.
Choices Dairy Free Caramel Easter Egg
This is the best vegan milk chocolate I’ve ever tasted, and the caramels that come with the egg are delicious – it’s a shame only three are included. If you’re not too bothered about the egg part, then I’d recommend just buying a box of the chocolates instead! Links to both options are below.
Divine Fairtrade Luxury 70% Dark Chocolate Egg
If you fancy something dark, then this Fairtrade egg is a nice option. The box is a nice cheerful yellow, and it includes solid chocolate mini eggs.
Moo Free Easter bunnycomb egg 100g
This honeycomb egg is a great choice if you want something a bit more exciting than plain milk chocolate, but don’t fancy the caramel egg above. Free from gluten, and in a cute box that should appeal to kids. There are a few other varieties of Moo Free egg available, including orange, making them a good option if you’re buying for more than one person.
Which vegan egg will you be buying this Easter? Let us know in the comments!Tags: vegan