50+ Vegan Easter Treats To Buy In 2024
Wondering what the options are for vegan Easter treats to buy in 2024? This post will help you out. It includes over 50 of the best vegan Easter snacks and chocolates, with most being available from UK supermarkets.
I also recently did a post about all the vegan Easter eggs available in the UK and at the time, I realised there were so many other delicious vegan Easter chocolate and treats that weren’t chocolate eggs. So I thought I’d write a list of them in this post for you! There are over 50 options to choose from, including chocolate bunnies, vegan ‘Creme Eggs’. mini eggs, biscuits, cakes and so much more. I hope you enjoy the post!
Vegan Easter snacks and treats to buy
There are many vegan Easter eggs to choose from in 2024. In fact, there were so many (50!) options that I had to make a whole post dedicated to them. This post will focus on smaller Easter treats and snacks but make sure to check out my UK vegan Easter eggs post if you’d like to see the full list of options.
Chocolate Easter treats
I’ve made a huge list of all of the vegan Easter chocolate treats I could find and there are over 40 to choose from. I split them up into groups according to the brand/supermarket, to make the list a bit easier for you to navigate.
Supermarket vegan Easter chocolate
Not all of the supermarkets had a vegan Easter selection but Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s and M&S did have a few to choose from. Keep in mind that the Easter eggs are not included here.
Vegan Easter treats from M&S can be purchased in your local store or via Ocado.
Tesco has a few different kinds of vegan Easter chocolate treats, including their super cute Cluckie the chocolate chick! Here are the 4 chocolate options I could find on their website:
- Tesco free-from popping candy & mallow chocolate bar
- Tesco free-from Cluckie the chocolate chick
- Tesco free-from Cluckie the white chocolate chick
- Wicked Kitchen Benny the Bunny
Asda’s vegan chocolate Easter treats were hard to find but they did have a chocolate bunny. Keep in mind that Asda also stocks a few Easter bakery items and many branded Easter treats, both of which are listed further in this post.
There seems to be a running theme of chocolate bunnies this year and Sainsbury’s vegan Easter selection is no different! Check out these three bunny-themed chocolate treats.
- Sainsbury’s free from Billie the chocolate bunny
- Sainsbury’s free from choc bunny lolly
- Sainsbury’s free from choc orange bunny lolly
Branded vegan Easter chocolates
Next up are the Easter chocolate snacks from some of the most-loved chocolate and/or vegan brands. There are plenty of options to choose from here- simply click on the links to purchase directly from the company. These are not affiliates- I just thought the links would make your life easier!
Booja Booja is a luxury chocolate brand and they have quite a few vegan Easter chocolates to offer this year. Check them out:
- Booja Booja Easter edition truffles
- Booja Booja chocolate orange truffles in hand painted Easter egg
- Booja Booja hazelnut truffles in hand painted Easter egg
- Booja Booja salted caramel truffles in hand painted Easter egg
- Booja Booja honeycomb truffles in hand painted Easter egg
- Booja Booja champagne truffles in hand painted Easter egg
Moo-Free is one of my favourite dairy-free chocolate brands and they have some delicious vegan Easter chocolates to offer. I personally can’t wait to try the Mikey bunny!
- Moo Free orange Easter hamster
- Moo Free chocolate mini eggs
- Moo Free caramel filled mini eggs
- Moo Free Easter egg hunt box
- Moo Free milk chocolate bunny bar
- Moo Free Mikey bunny lemon fizz
Montezuma’s have quite a lot of vegan options this Easter. The dark chocolate peanut butter mini eggs look amazing!
- Montezuma’s dark chocolate peanut butter mini eggs
- Montezuma’s absolute black mini eggs
- Montezuma’s Plucky dark chocolate chick
- Montezuma’s Lucky ‘milk’ chocolate chick
- Montezuma’s Frizzle dark chocolate hen
- Montezuma’s dark chocolate chunky Easter chicks
Of course I had to include Hotel Chocolat in this list! Their vegan Easter chocolates taste just as good as I remember their original chocolate tasting. It’s so luxurious that you can enjoy it for yourself or give it to someone you love as an Easter gift.
- Hotel Chocolat raspberry chocolate bunnies
- Hotel Chocolat chocolate city Easter bunnies
- Hotel Chocolat dark chocolate city Easter bunnies
- Hotel Chocolat big city Easter bunny
- Hotel Chocolat Rabbert chocolate hollow
- Hotel Chocolat Gianduja chocolate eggs
Buttermilk’s Easter selection (aside from their chocolate eggs) includes a chocolate bunny and a chocolate orange bunny bar.
Nomo have a great selection of chocolates and when it comes to vegan Easter snacks, they have these two cute chocolate bunny bars:
Other vegan Easter chocolate treats to buy
Here are all of the other dairy-free Easter chocolate snacks I could find. Do let me know if there are any that I’ve missed!
- Lindt dark chocolate Easter bunny
- Mummy Meegz chuckie eggs
- Doisy and Dam good eggs
- Dr. Oetker Easter chocolate cake decorations
- H!P Easter bunny peanut butter chocolate truffle bites
- Divine dark chocolate mini eggs
Bakery treats & sweets
Now that we know hot cross buns are vegan, let’s take a look at some of the other vegan Easter bakery items on offer in the UK supermarkets. I couldn’t find much in some of the supermarkets but Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s had a few tasty treats on offer.
- Soreen lemon mini loaves
- Soreen orange & rainbow carrot mini loaves
- Tesco mini Easter gingerbread biscuits
- Tesco free-from Easter gingerbread kit
- Asda Easter bunny crumpets
- Asda free from mini caterpillar cakes
- Asda free from hot cross bun fudge
- Sainsbury’s hot cross bun loaf
Hot cross buns
I know hot cross buns should technically be included in the bakery treats list above but I wanted to give them their own section. The reason for doing this is that hot cross buns are one of those things that are usually accidentally vegan, so there are LOTS of options to choose from. I’ve written a whole post about hot cross buns as well as the vegan options that are available to buy in supermarkets. If you’re feeling really fancy, try making your own with my vegan hot cross buns recipe.
I hope you enjoyed this post and found some new ideas for vegan Easter treats to buy! If you found the post useful, please share with a friend by using the share buttons on this page. Happy Easter! xo