With Easter approaching, for most students it’s safe to say their favourite part is definitely the chocolate. However, as a vegan, it can be difficult to find Easter treats that cater to your diet and don’t stop you from joining in on the fun. Here is a list of our favourite vegan chocolate brands that make Easter products.
Hotel Chocolat Unbelievably Vegan Egg
Vegan or not, Hotel Chocolat goodies are a luxury for us all and this egg is no exception. Made with nut milk chocolate and granola, it’s 100% vegan but with the taste and look of normal chocolate. The geometric design gives it that boujee element, if you really want to treat someone. Hotel Chocolat does a lot of other vegan Easter goodies too such as a chocolate bunny and raspberry bunny chocolates.
If you want chocolate that’s not just plain milk, salted caramel is a great option. Look no further than the salted caramel easter egg made with oat milk by H!P. Deliciously creamy single-origin Colombian chocolate mixed with oat m!lk and infused with smooth salted caramel. It’s made using ethically sourced, single-origin cocoa and comes in plastic-free packaging.
Mummy Meegz Oat Milk Chuckie Egg gift pack
If cream eggs are more your thing, you should check out this gift pack from Mummy Meegz. A pack of 5 creamy oat milk chocolate eggs filled with a gooey fondant centre. These are the perfect unique gift for any vegan in your life, or just to treat yourself to snack on.
Cocoba Sprinkle Egg
This sprinkle egg by Cocoba really has the wow factor. Not only is it huge, it’s also covered in colourful sprinkles and chocolate sauce. It comes packaged beautifully with a big red bow on top. This would make a great gift for somebody special this Easter. They have other flavours on offer too such as caramel and even vegan hot chocolate bombs that look amazing.
Love Cocoa’s Sea Salt Dark Chocolate Easter Egg
According to Love Cocoa’s website, designed for dark chocolate lovers and cocoa connoisseurs, this deliciously dark chocolate Easter Egg is made using the finest Peruvian chocolate, garnished with hand-harvested crunchy British sea salt flakes that bring out the full flavour profile of the cocoa. The packaging also stunning and plastic free, designed by their team in London.
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