Milk chocolate has historically been the Easter Bunny's chocolate of choice yet as yummy as it is, not everyone - for a basket of reasons - can indulge in said sweet treat.
Luckily, with a bounty of options for vegan, plant based and dairy free Easter eggs hopping onto the market, these days, everyone can join in on the egg hunt.
So whether you're shopping (on behalf of the Easter Bunny, of course) for kids or grown ups with food allergies or ethical beliefs not aligned with milk chocolate, we've rounded up some of our top picks of vegan Easter eggs and bunnies - as well as where to buy them.
Read on and get hunting!
Established in 2003, Koko Black has become a distinctive brand known for its use of Australian flavours in its handcrafted chocolate. There are 15 new vegan-friendly products this Easter season that are made with 100 per cent natural ingredients - including 100 per cent naturally sourced cocoa and no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
Palm oil-free, vegan, dairy free and cruelty free, all Easter eggs and chocolates from Biome are produced with sustainable values front of mind. The site also features eco-friendly Easter chocolate that is soy free, gluten free and cane sugar free.
Jessica G. LynchJessica G. Lynch is a senior shopping content producer across all the Are Media digital brands with a focus on Gourmet Traveller and Better Homes and Gardens. When not writing, she might be taking a dip, hula hooping or talking someone’s ear off about the live action Scooby Doos.