As Easter approaches and supermarket shelves start to fill with chocolate eggs, you may find yourself craving some sweet treats.
Wonder no more! Dairy-free chocolate Easter eggs exist – and they’re easier to find than you think ….
NOMO stands for “No Missing Out”, and it really does offer a cure for FOMO.
Perfect for an Easter hunt, NOMO’s adorable bunny-shaped chocolates feature creamy vegan milk chocolate with cookie dough–flavoured centre made from rice cereal and cocoa pieces.
NOMO eggs are also available in 2023!
These Australian-made vegan, gluten-free eggs come in Golden Comb, Mint Crunch, Macadamia, Hot Cross Bun and Peanut Butter and Strawberry variations and are on shelves in so many shops across Australia, including:
Note: different flavours may be exclusive to different stores.
Chuckie Creme Egg
The closure of Treat Dreams in 2022 left a creme egg-shaped hole in all our hearts. Now, Vegan Grocery Shop. The Green Edge and Vegan Perfection have brought in the Mummy Meagz “Chuckie Egg” filled with a gooey fondant centre and made with creamy oat milk chocolate.
This year Loving Earth have done away with its classic BooBook Chocolate Eggs box in favour of Hazelnut Praline Eggs, Hot Cross Bunny, and Magic Mini Eggs.
Order online or find these in store at:
A full list of Loving Earth stockists is available on their website.
Rocky Road Co
If you’re looking for an alternative to a bunny, you can’t go past this Aussie icon.
Not only is this cute native totally adorable, it’s also creamy, Aussie made, and vegan certified.
Available from The Vegan Grocery Store.
With eggs made with BunnyComb (vegan honeycomb), white chocolate bunnies, milk chocolate mini eggs, you’re sure to find something for everyone. As well as being vegan, Moo Free offerings are also gluten and soy free.
Moo Free chocolate eggs are available from many shops, including the following:
- Vegan Grocery Store
- The Easter Egg Warehouse
- Happy Tummies
- Sunnybrook Health Store
- Select Aldi stores
Wrapping-free vegan Easter eggs exist (yay for the environment!) and you can find them at Source Bulk Foods stores around the country! If they’re a gift, pop them in a cute recycled jar for presentation to your eco-minded pals.
Find the closest store to you here.
In 2021, Australian chocolatiers Koko Black announced a dark chocolate vegan range, including hollow and solid eggs, and bunnies.
Available at Koko Black stores in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Perth and Canberra, or in their online store. Also available at select Myers!
Available at Aldi, the Moser Roth Dark Chocolate 70% Mini Chocolate Easter Eggs are great for an affordable Easter egg hunt.
You may have given and received Lindt bunnies in the past – but did you realise the dark chocolate ones are vegan?
Available in most major supermarkets and health-food stores, Sweet William dairy-free bunny chocolates are easy to find – and very easy to eat! Cute chocolate bunny faces make a great Easter treat for kids.
Sweet William chocolate is available from many shops, including:
Click here for Australian stockists.
Gingerbread bunnies make a cute gift, and with both chocolate and gluten-free options, Gingerbread Folk ensures no one will miss out on these cruelty-free Easter treats.
This small Australian business has been making delicious handmade chocolates since 2013. The Easter offerings are plentiful and include vanilla fondant cream eggs, chocolate bunny lollipops, and large eggs filled with rocky road!
Order online here or pop into one of their stockists.
Organic Times’ dark chocolate range is vegan – including a small and large bunny and hollow egg. Made in Australia!
Plamil So Free Easter Egg
This organic, gluten-free, fair trade, vegan Easter egg will be a hit with kids and adults alike. The company also makes mini Easter half-eggs, which are great for an egg hunt!
They’re available at: