This time of year, sometimes nothing beats biting into a solid chocolate bunny or some other sugary confection. If this seems like something you’d enjoy, then join us for the run down of vegan friendly Easter candies and chocolates!
Amanda’s Own Confections
According to their website, every chocolate and candy Amanda’s Own Confections makes is vegan besides their jelly beans and marshmallow clusters, so pick out your favorite chocolate bunny or adorable Easter themed chocolate medallion and go to town!
All of Chocolate Decadence’s chocolates are dairy-free and vegan. Feeling fancy? Check out their “Gourmet Easter Basket” which includes a Pure Dark Chocolate Easter basket filled with 2 Chocolate-Covered Caramel Eggs, 2 Double-Chocolate Eggs, 1 Chocolate-Covered Coconut Ball, and 1 Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter Ball.
Premium Choclatiers offers a variety of Easter themed vegan candy including truffles and peanut butter filled rabbits but perhaps their most unique item is the white chocolate bunny rabbit lollipop.
Sjaak’s Organic Chocolate
Among other Easter themed treats, Sjaak’s Organic Chocolate offers a giant tub of solid dark chocolate eggs wrapped prettily in spring colored foil. If that wasn’t enough, they also have a “peanut butter crunch” chocolate egg.
Vegan Essentials not only offers the fleeting pleasure that comes with eating chocolate, they also offer adorable keepsakes. Booja Booja Hand-Painted Easter Egg Truffle Boxes come with 3 truffles in flavors such as Hazelnut Crunch, Toffee, Champagne, Espresso and Ginger as well as a beautiful hand painted wooden gift box.
Pangea keeps it classic with vegan chocolate bunnies. You can choose either the “Divine Treasures” which include 5 miniature dark chocolate bunnies or the tried and true Tall Solid Dark Chocolate Easter Bunny.
Rose City Chocolatier
Rock City Chocolatier has a number of vegan offerings including fruit jellies, cordial cherries, chocolate peanut butter candies, chocolate bark and chocolate covered pretzels all clearly marked vegan!
Interested in making your own homemade Easter “Eggs”? Check out this article from The Vegetarian Resource Group: https://www.vrg.org/journal/vj2010issue1/2010_issue1_matzo.php