The best vegan Easter eggs for 2021

Author: Rachel Smith

Read Time:   |  10th February 2020

Discover our pick of the best vegan Easter eggs you can find in the UK this year, from mini eggs and cream eggs to decadently dark and milk chocolate options.

Long gone are the days when we vegans had to go without a chocolate egg at Easter because these days you’ll find vegan Easter eggs widely available in major supermarkets and high-street stores across the UK.

Not only are they easy to find, but there are also so many options available to us, whether you prefer milk, dark or even white chocolate. No longer a second thought for manufacturers, these days vegan Easter eggs are creative and delicious.

If you love to treat yourself to a dairy-free Easter egg in the spring, then you’re sure to find your perfect pick with our guide to the best vegan Easter eggs in the UK for 2021.

Melt Chocolates Strawberry Easter Egg

Handcrafted in Notting Hill, this exquisite vegan Easter egg from Melt Chocolates not only looks like a juicy strawberry, it tastes like one too!

Designed to look and taste like a fresh strawberry dipped in 70% dark chocolate, it has been infused with the beautiful flavour of sweet wild strawberries picked from the forest.

£29.99, www.meltchocolates.com

Happi Free From Oat Milk Easter Eggs

Many manufacturers use dairy alternatives such as soy milk or nut milks to create dairy-free chocolate, but brand new free-from brand Happi Free From has opted for oat milk to create its smooth and creamy chocolate.

Ensuring that everyone can enjoy an Easter treat this year, the brand has just launched its range of oat milk chocolate Easter Eggs in three delicious flavours: Orange, Salted Caramel and Plain Milk. Not only are they vegan, but as they’re made with oat milk they are free from all allergens and so suitable for those will allergies and intolerances to nuts, soy and dairy.

Happi Free From’s Easter eggs are priced at £9.99 each and are sold via Selfridges and www.happifreefrom.com

Rhythm 108 Chocolate Truffle Mini Eggs

Looking for silky smooth vegan milk chocolate with a melt-in-the-mouth centre? Look no further than Rythm 108’s truly addictive mini truffle eggs which are so smooth and creamy you’d never guess they were dairy-free!

As an added bonus these treats are made from all-natural ingredients and are palm-oil free.

Rhythm 108 Chocolate Truffle Mini Eggs are available to purchase from Sainsbury’s and online stores including TheVeganKind. RRP £1.25. 

Moo Free Choccy Eggsplosion Easter Egg

Family-owned UK manufacturer Moo Free Chocolates has created a truly delightful Easter egg for those with a sweet tooth with its new Choccy Eggsplosion Easter Egg.

This tempting vegan mylk chocolate egg is studded with dairy-free white chocolate chips and marshmallows to create an Easter treat for both kids and grown-ups alike.

As well as tasting absolutely amazing, the Choccy Eggsplosion Easter Egg is also dairy-free, gluten-free, soya free and certified vegan.

The Moo Free Choccy Eggsplosion Easter Egg is available to purchase from major supermarkets as well as online via TheVeganKind. RRP £3.50.

Mummy Meagz Chuckie Egg

Mummy Meagz’s deliciously indulgent vegan cream eggs are a tasty handmade version of the classic Easter treat. Containing no animal ingredients or palm oil, this delicious vegan chocolate egg is the perfect Easter indulgence.

The smooth dark chocolate complements the sweet fondant filling so perfectly making for the perfect substitute for one of the nation’s most popular Easter treats.

Mummy Meagz Chuckie Eggs are available to purchase from Holland & Barrett. RRP 99p. 

Cornish chocolatiers Buttermilk feel that when it comes to choosing a treat, you shouldn’t have to compromise on taste or quality.

They have been putting their chocolate making skills to the test over the past couple of years creating new and exciting vegan chocolates for us to enjoy, including these new vegan Easter eggs.

Featuring a generously thick chocolate shell, Buttermilk’s dairy-free Easter eggs are made from responsibly sourced, natural ingredients and packaged in 100%  plastic-free and compostable materials.

Both the Zingy Orange Crisp Flavour and the Salted Caramel Crunch eggs are infused with sea salt crystals, giving a satisfying crunchy texture, and come complete with a chocolate bar .solider’.

Buttermilk’s vegan Easter eggs are available to purchase from Sainsbury’s and Tesco, RRP £6

NOMO Caramel Easter Egg & Bar

NOMO has got us egg-cited for Easter with the release of a selection of Easter eggs in the same flavours as its range of popular allergen-friendly chocolate bars.

Following on from the launch of its sumptuous caramel-filled chocolate bars, NOMO is now offering the popular dairy-free bar as an Easter egg.

There are now five flavours to choose from including Fruit Crunch, Salted Caramel, Creamy Milk chocolate, as well as the brand new Hazelnot Easter egg which is available now at Asda, Holland and Barret and Waitrose.

With so many tasty flavours to choose from, you’ll find it hard to stick to one! Plus they come with an extra bar of choc to sink your teeth into.

The NOMO Caramel Egg is exclusively available at Tesco with an RRP of £6.00.

Hames Luxury Vegan Easter Eggs

Lincolnshire-based chocolatiers have been hard at work creating two stunning new vegan Easter eggs for 2021. These luxurious dairy-free eggs feature thickly-moulded chocolate shells made with sustainably grown cocoa from Cocoa Horizons and are packaged in completely recyclable, reusable and compostable packaging.

Hames is offering two sumptuous flavours to choose from – raspberry and honeycomb. The raspberry version features a dark chocolate egg filled with tangy raspberry cremes and is perfect for those who love the classic combination of dark chocolate and fruit.

Offering a sumptuous alternative to milk chocolate, Hames has used rice powder in place of milk in its honeycomb egg to make a dairy-free milk chocolate egg for those who prefer their chocolate on the sweeter side. This marvellous creation is filled with honeycomb and milk chocolate bunnies.

Both flavours come wrapped in a beautifully designed box with an elegant gold design which them the perfect, elegant gift if you’re looking to treat someone you love this Easter.

Hames’ Luxury Vegan Easter Eggs are available to purchase from www.hameschocolates.co.uk. RRP £12.50.

Marks & Spencer Egg-Plant Kitchen

M&S has raised a few eyebrows and given us all a giggle with its latest plant-based creation! The new cleverly-named Egg-Plant Kitchen egg is made from 55% dark chocolate and is shaped like an aubergine. Released ahead of Valentine’s Day, amused social media users joked that the Easter treat could also double up as a cheeky Valentine’s gift!

The M&S aubergine Egg-Plant Kitchen Easter egg is priced at £6 and is available to buy in stores now.

Doisy & Dam Good Eggs

Doisy & Dam, an ethical chocolate brand that creates a range of handmade sweet treats right here in the UK, has us hopping for joy last Easter with the release of a vegan take on Cadbury Mini Eggs!

The Cadbury-style eggs feature a dark chocolate centre made with 70% cocoa for a rich chocolate taste and are coated in a colourful, sugary shell making them perfect for adding to any Easter-themed bakes you have planned this year.

Doisy & Dam Good Eggs are available to purchase from Holland & Barrett. RRP £1.79. 

Mummy Meagz Orange Choccie Bar Egg

Chocolate and orange isn’t just a winning combination for Christmas chocolates, it’s also a great flavour for Easter eggs too if you ask us!

Exclusive to Holland & Barrett, Mummy Meagz has launched a vegan Easter egg which contains all the citrusy flavour of orange blended with rich, smooth plant-based chocolate.

Proving itself as the ultimate flavour combination for chocolate lovers, the egg even comes with a bonus choccie orange bar to sink your teeth into.

Mummy Meagz’ Orange Choccie Bar Egg is available to purchase from Holland & Barrett. RRP £6.99

Montezuma’s Vegan Easter Milk Chocolate Alternative Lucky Chick with Buttons

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Chocolate alchemists Montezuma’s have managed to create vegan milk chocolate that has all the delicious flavours of dark chocolate but which appeals to those looking for something sweeter and less intense.

This Easter they’ve put a new spin on the Easter egg with Lucky the chick who comes complete with a helping of chocolate coins to munch on too. Not only is the egg made from organic chocolate, it’s also available in 100% recyclable and compostable packaging.

Montezuma’s Vegan Lucky Chick is available to purchase online from Holland & Barrett RRP £6.00.

Considerit Chocolate Vegan Creme Eggs

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It’s no surprise to hear that Considerit Chocolate’s vegan creme eggs were the best-selling item on The VeganKind supermarket throughout the whole of 2019! With a delicious and creamy vegan Belgian chocolate eggshell filled with vanilla fondant, these popular chocs have hopped back to the shop for Easter.

This year they’re better than ever before as you have three different chocolate options to choose from as they’re also available as chocolates bars filled with a vanilla cream egg centre.

Considerit Chocolate Creme Eggs are available to purchase from TheVeganKind. RRP £2.20.

Booja Booja Large Hazelnut Truffle Easter Eggs

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This Easter, show someone how much you care with this intricately decorated egg-shaped trinket box, filled with deliciously decadent Booja Booja Truffles.

Each handmade, handpainted box is created by Kashmiri artisans, and by working with Booja Booja, they have gained a sustainable income and a more stable lifestyle. The box makes this Easter gift extra special and long-lasting as it’s designed to be kept and treasured. It’s a more eco-friendly way of packaging too, with non of the wastage often associated with Easter treats.

Booja-Boojas iconic Easter eggs are available in a variety of sizes with prices ranging from £8.50 for the smaller size to £25.99 for the full sized eggs.

Booja Booja’s Truffle Easter Eggs are available to purchase from TheVeganKind. Click here to find your nearest stockist. RRP £25.99.

Hotel Chocolat Rare and Vintage Extra-Thick Egg

If you often find yourself disappointed by the thin shell on your Easter egg then this suuuper thick offering from Hotel Chocolat is sure to tantalise your tastebuds. Discover 75% Colombia chocolate with notes of butterscotch and roasted cocoa creaminess. This elegant and grown-up Easter egg is sure to impress.

Hotel Chocolat’s Rare and Vintage Extra-Thick Egg is available to purchase at www.hotelchocolat.com/uk. RRP £31.

Goupie Lemon Meringue Easter Egg

This luscious lemon meringue pie flavoured Easter offering from Goupie is combines a syrup base with marshmallow, candied lemon peel and lemon essential oil covered in 54% Belgian choc and topped with a fun mini marshmallow.

The Goupie Lemon Meringue Pie egg is available to purchase from Goupie. RRP £9.99.

Missing your favourite non-vegan chocolate bars like Snickers and Twix?

Try making your own with these tasty vegan chocolate bar recipes!

Written by

Rachel Smith

Rachel Smith

Having launched the brand's digital presence alongside Sally in 2015, Rachel shares her love for animals and the planet through her work as Vegan Food & Living’s Digital Editor. As a passionate vegan for over eight years, Rachel loves creating delicious vegan dessert recipes for her award-winning blog, Rawberry Fields. Rachel's recipes and photography have been featured in numerous international print and digital publications including the Daily Mail, Thrive and Buzzfeed.

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