The Best Vegan Easter Eggs of 2017

Posted by on March 21, 2017 | Permalink

Looking for a dairy-free treat this Easter?

As the demand for vegan products continues to rise, there are even more non-dairy Easter eggs on shelves this year than ever before. From supermarket own-brand bargains to high-end luxury chocolates, there’s something for everyone.

Tesco Free From White Chocolate Egg With Coins

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Tesco has launched a selection of own-brand vegan eggs this year, including this white-chocolate egg with coins.

ASDA Belgian Dark Chocolate Easter Egg

New from Asda, this rich dark-chocolate egg comes with vanilla truffles.

Aldi Dark Chocolate Moser Roth Easter Egg

The dark-chocolate version of Aldi’s decorated eggs is suitable for vegans.

Marks & Spencer Single Origin Chocolate Quirky Bunny

This dark-chocolate bunny from M&S would make a novel gift in place of a traditional egg.

Tesco Finest Free From Caramel Egg With Truffles

A caramel-flavoured chocolate egg with fondant truffles – we’re sold.

Hotel Chocolat Hard-Boiled Easter Egg

Fans of dark chocolate will love this luxury egg, which comes with six hazelnut pralines.

Moo Free Bunnycomb Easter Egg

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Moo Free offers a selection of dairy-free eggs, including this honeycomb version, which is perfect for kids.

Booja-Booja Almond & Sea Salt Caramel Easter Egg

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Booja-Booja produces several different varieties of beautifully painted eggs that house their delicious truffles.

Hotel Chocolat Gianduja Egglets

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These cute little “egglets” contain smooth praline in a dark-chocolate shell.

Lindt Dark Chocolate Bunny

While not strictly an egg, vegans can still enjoy a Lindt bunny, as the dark-chocolate version is dairy-free.

Which egg will you be enjoying this year? Leave a comment if you’ve found any other vegan Easter goodies on the shelves.