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10 of the best vegan Easter eggs you can buy (2024 update)

Published by Finn Hayden

Easter can be a tough time for vegans - there is chocolate everywhere you look, and very little of it is suitable for you. Luckily, as veganism has grown in popularity, there are now more vegan Easter eggs out there than ever for you to choose from. We thought it would be useful to round up the best that we've found for 2024, let's get into it:

Moo Free Choccy Easter Egg

The Moo Free brand has been around since 2010, and has slowly emerged as one of the leading vegan chocolate brands in the UK. Unsurprisingly, the team at Moo Free is always busy during the Easter period, mainly because they sell an excellent range of vegan Easter eggs. We tried the Choccy Easter Egg from the range, which comes with a Choccy Milk Bar too. This is made with rice milk and is made using Rainforest Alliance Certified Cocoa. It tastes great and we also love the bumpy texture of the egg, which is really satisfying to bite. Learn more and buy it here -

Moo Free vegan Easter egg

NOMO Caramelised Biscuit

We've included NOMO a few times in this list as you'll see below, but that's with good reason - they're easily one of the best vegan chocolate brands out there at the moment, and we were so glad to see that the brand has launched a vegan Easter egg range. We'll start with the Caramelised Biscuit egg, which has a honeycomb crunch taste and it very tasty. We feel that this is probably the most underrated Easter egg in the NOMO range, probably because vegans are always skeptical of honeycomb flavour vegan products. But trust us, this is good! Learn more and buy it here -

NOMO vegan easter egg

Tesco Free From Choc Egg (with buttons)

We have to admit, we were really disappointed by the selection of vegan Easter eggs at the supermarkets we checked, and we basically checked them all. One of the only supermarkets which had more than one own-brand vegan Easter egg on display was Tesco, and we've included both of the options in this list. The first is the Choc egg with choc buttons, which is made from tasty vegan chocolate which is also gluten and wheat free. It's basic, but it does the job, plus the choc buttons included with the egg are a nice touch. Learn more and buy it here -

Tesco Free From Easter egg

Hotel Chocolat Unbelievably Vegan Easter Egg

We couldn't publish this guide without including at least one Easter egg from Hotel Chocolat - and in terms of the vegan Easter options from this brand, we don't think it gets better than the Unbelievably Vegan Easter Egg. It's described as 'Unbelievably Vegan' because you really will have a hard time believing this wasn't made with dairy - it has a thickness and richness which very few vegan chocolate products can match. The egg is also filled with a selection of luxury chocolate treats including truffles made from nut milk. It's expensive at £30, bit for a bit of luxury it's definitely worth it. Learn more and buy it here -

Hotel Chocolat vegan easter egg

Marks & Spencer Charlie the Bunny (Made Without range)

Although we were disappointed by the lack of vegan Easter eggs for sale at Marks & Spencer, we do have to admit that the Charlie the Bunny vegan chocolate bunny from the Made Without range is very good. Ok, it might not be egg-shaped, but it serves the same purpose as an Easter egg so we thought it was worthy of a place in our list. The taste is great, and it definitely has that M&S quality you'd expect. It might not be egg-shaped, but it is very tasty vegan chocolate. Learn more and buy it here -

M&S chocolate bunny

NOMO Cookie Dough Egg (Vegan & Free From)

The 2nd vegan Easter egg that we decided to include from NOMO is the Cookie Dough variety - the most amazing part of this chocolate is how good the cookie dough centre is, to the point where it basically tastes exactly the same as the cookie dough you'd find in Ben and Jerry's ice cream. The egg is delicious and if it sounds like a lot to eat an entire vegan chocolate egg made with cookie dough, just try it for yourself.  Learn more and buy it here -

NOMO Cookie Dough

Buttermilk Honeycomb Blast vegan Easter egg

What's really impressive about this vegan Easter egg is how thick the chocolate is - it's really thick, and the honeycomb flakes are a delicious touch. The egg contains no artificial colours or flavours, and is also free from palm oil. As an added bonus, this Easter egg comes with a 45g honeycomb blast snack bar which is vegan too. If you're a fan of honeycomb, this is the Easter egg for you. Learn more and buy it here -

Honeycomb Blast Buttermik vegan easter egg

Happi Oat Milk Easter Egg (Orange)

If you're a fan of tangy orange chocolate like Terry's Chocolate Orange, you're going to love this Easter egg from Happi - I know it is said a lot, but we really don't think you'd be able to tell that this is vegan if you didn't know beforehand. The chocolate used to make this egg is made from oat milk and is really creamy, plus it's made from 47% single origin Colombian cacao. The product is free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, and the packaging is made from recyclable cardboard rather than single use plastic, which is a nice touch. Learn more and buy it here -


Wicked Kitchen Poppin' Candy Orange Flavoured Choc Egg

Wicked Kitchen is a brand that is well known for having an excellent range of vegan food products that you can buy via Tesco and Amazon, and we weren't surprised to see that this brand has also launched a vegan Easter egg range. The one Easter egg that we wanted to highlight from the range is the Poppin' Candy Orange Flavoured Choc Egg, which is lots of fun - you get the orange flavour from the chocolate which is pleasant and not too strong, but you also get some popping candy to keep you on your toes. If you're looking for a vegan Easter egg which is perfect for kids, this is a great option. Learn more and buy it here -

Wicked Kitchen Poppin' Candy Orange Flavoured Choc Egg

Asda Free From Lemon Cheesecake Easter Egg

Of all the supermarkets we checked for vegan Easter eggs, Asda easily had the best selection. There were the usual flavours that you'd expect to find like dark chocolate and more straightforward options, but also really interesting options like this Lemon Cheesecake flavour. We're pleased to say that this has a lovely lemon taste and is really creamy. If any vegan you know is a big fan of citrus, then this is the ideal Easter egg for them. Learn more and buy it here -

Asda Free From Lemon Cheesecake easter egg

Hopefully, this list will help you find a great vegan Easter egg for 2023! Let us know what you think of our list and if you'd like us to include any others!

Finn is the editor of You Well and has been writing about travel, health, and more for over 10 years.

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