More and more people are turning to a vegan lifestyle and this means vegan Easter eggs. If someone you know is a vegan and celebrating Easter this year, why not treat them to one of the following delicious vegan Easter eggs? Better still, why not fool your other friends and see if they can tell the difference? All of these Easter eggs are vegan and contain no dairy whatsoever.
You get 12 rich handmade chocolates in this box. The chocolate is made using 73% dark solids and it is also Fairtrade certified and organic too.
This Easter egg is made using chocolate from West Sussex believe it or not. The chocolate is organic, free from GM and preservatives. There’s also no soya or gluten and the packaging is 100% recyclable.
Lots of vegan Easter eggs are made using dark chocolate but this one is a milk version. It is made using rice milk and orange oil to create a sweeter Easter egg that is perfect for children.
If you love Crème eggs then you are going to adore these from Mummy Meagz. Not only are they twice the size of Crème eggs but they contain no dairy and you get free shipping.
Inspired by the Tate Modern art gallery and looking like a work of art, this lovely dark chocolate is peppered with shards of mint. It makes this a truly grown-up Easter egg. You might have to hide it from the kids. Comes in a recyclable acetate box.
Deliciously smooth chocolate covers rich vegan caramel in these little mini vegan Easter eggs. Ideal as a treat for yourself or a loved one.
This vegan Easter egg is made using rice milk and does not contain any gluten, wheat, nuts or dairy so is perfect for someone with allergies.
This vegan Easter egg is ideal for children and adults as you can give the egg to the grown-ups and let the kids have the buttons. Made using organic chocolate.
A lovely thick chocolate shell that contains little nibs of pink Himalayan salt to give it texture and bite. The chocolate is made using 60% cocoa and is Fairtrade.
This is a beautifully hand-painted Easter egg made exclusively for Booja Booja by Kashmiri Artists. The artists are provided with a sustainable income. Inside are caramel truffles.