2023’s Most Exciting Vegan Easter Eggs
Grab a cup of tea and let’s start working our way through this year’s best vegan-friendly Easter eggs. It’s a hard job, but someone’s got to do it, right?
Hop into the Easter 2023 season with Lindt’s iconic vegan bunny to make your Easter that bit more reminiscent of childhood. Available online from lindt.co.uk and in store at most supermarkets.
This isn’t just a vegan Easter egg, it’s a vegan Easter egg from Mark’s and Spencer. You’ll get a dark chocolate egg with some additional dark chocolate truffles. Available in store only.
If you’re a diehard Green & Black fan, then we’re just going to leave this one here for you.
Some of the finest truffles from Norfolk-based vegan chocolatiers that you can keep safe (read: hidden) inside a Kashmiri hand-painted wooden Easter egg box.
This dark chocolate egg coated in wild strawberries is hand-crafted in Notting Hill, and it shows. Forget chocolate-covered strawberries, they’re out. It’s all about giant strawberry covered chocolates this year.
This offering made from Swiss dark chocolate containing 65% cocoa egg wins on visual impact, that’s for sure.
Check out this salted caramel offering from new, oat milk chocolatiers.
Love Cocoa have teamed up with Maldon Sea Salt to create this well-balanced and grown-up offering for us.
NOMO has been the go-to for vegan chocolate for a while and they’ve got 5 egg flavours to choose from this year.
If you haven't tried Hotel Chocolat's Vegan Nutmilk chocolate yet, where have you been? Treat yourself to a bit of indulgence with their Unbelievably Vegan Egg.
Think Cadbury’s Creme Egg but it’s vegan and filled with caramel.
If you’re a sucker for orange chocolate and popping candy then take a seat, this vegan easter egg from Tesco’s Wicked Kitchen will be right with you. We didn’t know that there was a gap in the market for this particular crossover until today, but we’re pretty excited to try this one.
By Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.