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Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Five Dairy Free & Vegan Chocolate Easter Eggs and Gifts

For the past two years I've been pleasantly surprised to see a good choice of vegan, dairy free Easter eggs in our local supermarkets as well as in the health food shops and at vegan fayres.  They are definitely getting easier to come by which is great news whether you avoid dairy due to allergies or through a lifestyle choice.  I've also noticed that they're getting more popular and my own local store has nearly sold out bar a few dairy-free white chocolate eggs.  Just in case your local area sells out too here are a few that I found online:

It has to be said that many of the eggs online are now overpriced due to the high demand so I've tried my best to find vegan eggs and chocolate gifts that are still in line with the recommended retail price.

Amazon currently have a 40% off Easter Treats offer which includes the vegan Bonieri Cremeni Filled Tin Egg (top left), £10.99 and also the Bonieri Gianduio Filled Imperial Tin Egg (not pictured), £10.99.  These eggs are made in Italy, great quality and both contain delicious hazelnut praline.  

The Moo Free Hamper Basket  (top right), £29.99, contains a Moo Free Easter Egg and five large Moo Free bars all presented in a lovely hamper.

The Booja Booja Easter Eggs (centre), (from £12.90) are stunning,  hand painted eggs containing organic dairy free dusted truffles inside.    Take a look at the Booja Booja Organic Hazelnut Crunch Truffle Small Easter Egg, £12.90 and the Booja Booja Organic Champagne Truffle Large Easter Egg, £24.90.

The Moo Free Easter Egg Collection (bottom left), £15.49 works out better value than buying the eggs individually.  The collection contains one of each flavour:  Original Milk, Cheeky Orange (my favourite) and Bunnycomb.   

The Vegan Chocolate and Snack Hamper Gift Box (bottom right), £25 is not just for Easter, but it's full of chocolate goodies so makes a great gift at this time of year.     

Whichever vegan, dairy free Easter goodies you choose, I suggest you get them quick in case they sell out too.

Which is your favourite dairy free Easter egg or gift?

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  1. I absolutely love the orange moo free easter egg - so yummy! :p x

  2. I love the orange and bunnycomb moo free easter eggs. My nephew is severely allergic to milk and I bought one for him (and my sister who is still breast-feeding) today. Only £4 in Morrison's and they were in the 3 for £10 deal, so a pretty normal price! Xx

  3. I love the hamper but it's nice to see different flavoured chocolate eggs now. My little one is allergic to dairy and is so bored of plain chocolate buttons I'd love to give him a different flavoured and in a different box.

  4. Orange and honeycomb moo free - Love this flavour

  5. Booja Booja is my favourite, There chocolate is amazing

  6. I love the dark chocolate big city bunny from hotel chocolat. Cute as a button and decadently rich xx

  7. Booja booja just has to be the best chocolate going! !

  8. The Booja Booja Organic Champagne Truffle Large Easter Egg


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