Do you have a weakness for white chocolate or dream of a decadent dark chocolate, or are you partial to a bag of mini eggs? Well, we have good news for you: the wide variety of delicious vegan Easter eggs and other treats available this year is bound to satisfy all tastes.

Vegan Easter egg hunting is the only kind of hunting worth doing – so it’s time to get your hands on chocolate treats.


  • Hotel Chocolat Unbelievably Vegan Easter Egg

    Crafted from 70% dark chocolate with notes of roasted cocoa and hints of fruit, Hotel Chocolat’s latest vegan offering is made from sustainable ingredients, which makes it perfect for eco-conscious chocoholics. Elegantly designed and packed full of premium individual chocolates like pecan and Nutmilk and orange gianduja bombes – it’s a delight for the eyes as well as the tastebuds.

  • Lindt

    Hoppin’ back on the scene for another year, Lindt’s vegan bunny is here to make your Easter wishes come true – or at least satisfy a chocolate craving! Here’s the signature smoothness you expect from Lindt, all wrapped up in golden foil.

  • Goupie Jen the Hen

    Made by UK-based chocolate company Goupie, this egg is 100% vegan and contains no dairy, gluten, or nuts. Made with rich Belgian dark chocolate and filled with Goupie’s signature chewy, gooey centre made from dates, coconut, and cocoa, it’s a unique and delicious Easter gift for anyone with nut or gluten allergies.

  • Green & Black’s Organic Dark Chocolate Egg

    If you’re a fiend for dark chocolate, this smooth chocolate egg from Green & Black’s will go down a treat. Pick one up at Waitrose.

  • Booja-Booja Chocolate Salted Caramel Truffles Easter Egg

    Hand-painted wooden boxes produced by artists in Kashmir are jam-packed with the gold standard of melt-in-your-mouth chocolate truffles. They come in sizes large and small, but we bet you’ll want the large.

  • Plamil Cocoa Bites

    Made in the UK using certified cocoa and 100% renewable energy and with paper packaging, Plamil’s Cocoa Bites flavours include white chocolate and salted caramel. We’ll take one of each, thanks.

  • Doisy and Dam

    Ballers, Buttons, and choc-covered peanuts (and a subscription service!) – Doisy and Dam has your treat cupboard stocked this Easter with its huge variety of delish vegan chocolates. Easter without them would be no fun!

  • Moo Free Moofreesa Ball

    Looking for a vegan alternative to Maltesers? Search no more! Moo Free has whipped together a top-quality egg that’s packed full of Moofreesas – malted balls with a delicious crunchy texture, wrapped in vegan chocolate. It’s a cruelty-free twist on an Easter classic.

  • Mummy Meegz Chuckie Egg

    Vegan crème egg? Don’t mind if I do! Mummy Meegz makes Easter feel like Christmas with these indulgent crème eggs. Inside the chocolate shell is a sweet, creamy filling with a gooey “yolk” in the centre. Hop to it, because these little beauties will likely sell out.

  • ASDA Free From Hot Cross Bun Fudge

    For those with a seriously sweet tooth, you can’t beat ASDA’s Hot Cross Bun Fudge. Gluten-free and vegan, these sweets burst with all the comforting flavours of an Easter gathering. Expect hints of fruity raisins, mixed peel, and a good pinch of spices.

  • Wicked Kitchen Poppin’ Candy Orange Flavoured Choc Egg

    Wicked Kitchen’s poppin’ candy chocolate egg. Vegan, orange flavoured, and available from Tesco.

  • NOMO Caramelised Biscuit Egg & Bar

    NOMO stands for “no missing out” – and with this caramely, biscuity egg and bar, you won’t have to. They are nut-free and gluten-free, too!

  • Melt Strawberry Easter Egg

    It may be one of the more pricey options for this year’s egg-straw-vaganza, but we think this giant strawberry made of creamy vegan milk chocolate and real fruit is berry nice indeed.

  • Whitakers Dark Chocolate Coffee Fondant Creams

    Get ready for a chocolatey pick-me-up with Whitakers’ coffee-flavoured fondants. Made using traditional recipes, these fondants incorporate only the finest natural ingredients and flavours for a satisfying midday snack or after-dinner indulgence.

  • H!P Cookies No Cream Easter Egg

    A chocolate and cookie experience, H!P’s playful egg-shaped package is filled to the brim with smooth and creamy milk chocolate that is fully loaded with crunchy cookie pieces. It’s a perfect edition to any respectable snack stash.

  • Gåva Leo Vegan Pick and Mix Easter Egg

    Get ready for a vegan candy party with Gåva’s pick and mix–themed egg. Featuring a mouthwatering variety of cruelty-free sweets, this is the perfect option for anyone who prefers chewy gummies and tangy candies to chocolate.

Celebrating Easter with vegan chocolate eggs and other treats is fun for everyone – and making the compassionate choice to avoid dairy and eggs spares animals immense suffering. Hens exploited by the egg industry are forced to live in cramped sheds and bred to lay an unnatural number of eggs, day after day. On dairy farms, cows are repeatedly, forcibly impregnated and never get to keep their babies. The short, miserable lives of both hens and cows end in an abattoir.

Chickens have unique personalities, love to play, and will run, jump, and sunbathe when given the chance. They are inquisitive and clever and make excellent parents. Humans have identified that chickens use more than 24 unique vocalisations to communicate, each of which has a distinct meaning, such as warning their companions about different types of predators. Unhatched chicks even chirp to their mothers from inside the egg. Chickens are fascinating animals!

Cows are gentle, intelligent, social animals, and each individual has their own distinctive moo that they use to express emotions like excitement or stress to their companions. A herd of cows has its own social structure and leaders. Find out more about cows’ milk and where it really comes from.

Just like all other animals, chickens and cows deserve to live free from abuse and suffering at Easter – and all year round. To do even more to help animals over Easter, why not order copies of PETA’s free vegan starter kit for your loved ones or nudge them to take our 30-day vegan pledge?