It's that time of year where you can stuff your face and feel less guilty about it. In spite of corona virus, there's still ways to get your hands on some delicious dairy free/vegan Easter eggs. Unfortunately, lots of places, like Hotel Chocolate, are stream lining their products so there isn't an abundance of vegan Easter eggs this year. However, there are still opportunities to get Easter eggs from other websites like Amazon and if you want to try and get an Easter egg when you're doing your weekly shop for essentials, you'll still be able to get some eggs from any of the well known supermarkets.
Every year Sainsbury's comes out with their own, free from range of vegan Easter eggs. Flavours include, milk chocolate, white chocolate and white chocolate and strawberry.
Sainsbury's also stocks the moo free range and they sell their moo free bunnycomb Easter egg and a chocolate orange one too. You can also buy moo free Easter products from Morrison's, Waitrose, Aldi and basically any other well known supermarket store.
Sainsburys is also stocking a 'Cocoa et co' hand decorated vegan chocolate egg which is 200 grams and decorated with gold shimmer. If you want something that looks a bit more impressive then this could be your best bet.
Booja Booja's easter egg range is also available in different super markets. Their Easter eggs are actually painted boxes shaped like eggs with different flavours of truffles stuffed inside. Booja Booja tends to be a bit more expensive then the other free from options, however their truffles taste really good so, in my opinion, they're worth the extra money.
Waitrose is selling a candy kittens Easter egg that's filled with kitten shaped candy sweets. They are also stocking some small Divine 70% dark chocolate eggs.
Tescos has their own free from Easter egg which is 115 grams and only £2.50. It's quite a basic Easter egg so if you want something with a little more flavour you could opt to buy the Nomo free from caramel & sea salt chocolate egg instead.
Aldi is currently stocking a Moser Roth easter egg which is only £1.99.
On Amazon you can order the Almond buttercup Easter egg from Doisy & Dam which comes with peanut butter cup style chocolates. It costs around £9.50 and it's a good option if you can't go to the supermarket. For something a tad bit more expensive, Fry's is selling its cream Easter egg for £11.99.
On Amazon you can also buy the moo free 'Hammy' white chocolate and strawberry egg which is 85 grams. It's £15.30 to buy two and you can also buy the moo free mikey caramel bunny for £12.50 and a moo free orange chocolate Easter egg with an egg basket for £11.90.
Non Easter chocolate products on Amazon
There aren't a lot of options on amazon in terms of vegan eggs, however there are other vegan chocolates you can buy. My personal favourites are the Montezuma's peanut butter truffle bites for £4.95 and the Booja Booja chocolate truffles for £9.74.
Some of Montezuma's vegan Easter eggs are out of stock. However, for £10, you can still order their 'Heather Hen' which is a dark chocolate hen with peanut butter truffles. Montezuma's is a great option as well as their recycling is 100% bio degradable.