It’s that time of year again when we’re counting down the days to an extra long weekend of stuffing our faces with chocolate eggs.

But when we say ‘chocolate‘ you know we mean dairy free because our love of cows is equal to our love of indulgent seasonal treats!

Sacrificing chocolate for Lent is one thing. Though giving it up for life may seem impossible for staunch chocoholics looking to go vegan.

Fear not. Vegan chocolate is becoming increasingly popular and available in all shapes, flavours and textures. This year, in particular, we’re spoilt for choice with the sheer number of vegan Easter Eggs on offer.

Gone are the days when we were presented with a choice of plain dark chocolate… or plain dark chocolate. We’re talking Easter Eggs bursting with eclectic flavours from caramel and sea salt to tangy and citrussy shells.

Looking to treat yourself, friends or family? Hopefully, our roundup of 2019’s best vegan Easter Eggs will help you to find the perfect cruelty-free chocolatey gift.

  • The Hard-Boiled Easter Egg in Mint, by Hotel Chocolat

    70% dark chocolate with Tasmanian peppermint oil and crispy mint shards.

  • Sea Salt and Caramel Chocolate vegan Easter Egg by Moo Free.

    Incredibly moreish milk chocolate alternative with a clash of sweet caramel and sea salt. Loved by vegans and non vegan alike. Available at various stockists.

  • Organic Dark Chocolate Egg Truffles by Aldi

    Complete with Ferrero Rocher-style hazelnut truffles, this vegan Easter egg is also gluten free and made from 65% cocoa dark chocolate for a richly intense flavour.

  • Free From Salted Caramel Vegan Easter Egg by Tesco

    A caramel vegan chocolate egg with raspberry fondant filled white chocolate, and caramel fondant truffles.

  • Organic Dark Chocolate Easter Egg by Green and Blacks 

    A fairtrade and organic vegan Easter Egg with an intensely dark flavour and thick chocolate shell. Available from various stockists.

  • Organic Vegan Easter Egg by Montezuma

    Montezuma’s best selling organic chocolate buttons inside a delicious vegan and organic chocolate egg.

  • Free From Choc Bunny by Asda

    There’s only one problem with Asda’s vegan milk chocolate bunny, he’s too cute to eat! He’s also free from artificial colours and flavours.

  • The Easter Egg Collection by Booja Booja

    Booja’s beautiful vegan Easter Eggs are hand-painted in Kashmir and filled with delicious vegan chocolate truffles.