The 5 Best Vegan Easter Eggs For Under £5
It’s not quite Easter without an egg to nibble on — and the ever-growing selection of vegan eggs means that there’s bound to be something for everyone — and they’re super affordable too! Here are the best vegan eggs to look out for at £5 or less.
Move over, Terry’s — Asda has come with the goods, providing a vegan-friendly chocolate orange egg that’s perfect for choc-orange lovers out there. For under £4, this egg comes as a great price and is a tasty treat for all ages.
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For those who like to keep things classic, this egg from Moo-Free is exactly what you want and more. A creamy milk chocolate egg, and an egg-tastic (their joke, not mine) surprise can be found in every box, and it's a great egg for the chocolate purists out there. This also isn’t your average egg — it's a dinosaur egg — and it's sure to delight kids everywhere.
For a bit of luxury at an affordable price, this egg from Divine should already be in your shopping basket. A thick shell of dark chocolate coupled with freeze-dried raspberries make this the perfect egg for dark chocolate lovers and makes for an ‘accidentally vegan’ delight.
Because Easter eggs don’t just have to be milk chocolate, this egg is definitely making the list of great chocolate finds. Creamy white chocolate paired with freeze-dried strawberries make this feel like a nostalgic treat for adults and a super-sweet treat for kids. Asda appears to be on a roll.
Marshmallow lovers — rejoice! Sainsbury’s has got an Easter egg here that we’re a bit obsessed with, to say the least. A deliciously creamy chocolate egg decorated with fluffy mini marshmallows — it looks as good as it tastes.
This one should be considered a bonus as it’s not quite an egg — but it still absolutely deserves our attention. Lindt chocolate is notorious for having decadent, rich and creamy chocolate, and this vegan dark chocolate bunny is definitely not the exception, trust us.
by Toni Olukiran
Toni is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants, and when she’s not writing posts about everything from Jamaican cooking to vegan champagne, she’s making a Spotify playlist (she was at 200, at her last count) or playing tennis in the park.