Being vegan doesn’t mean you have to miss out on sweet treats this Easter. The market has seen a big rise in the availability of vegan products recently and we’ve been hunting out the best sweet treats to share (or not!) this Easter weekend.
Looking for something chocolatey?
- Dark Moon Chocolates (@darkmoonvegan) – special Easter Box for £20 (incl P&P) You’ll get a tantalising: 3 x mini caramel eggs, 3 x mini creme eggs, 2 x hazelnut egg halves, 2 x caramel egg halves, 2 x creme egg halves, 1 supersize egg with chocolate ganache and caramel and a special dark moon. Delish!
- Friars.co.uk – their pink champagne and strawberry or Prosecco chocolate truffles look divine. We couldn’t decide, so picked both! They use the finest ingredients with more cocoa and no dairy. Perfect to treat someone special or just yourself!
- Hotel Chocolat – Free-from 70% cocoa bunnies – deep, rich and smooth they are ideal as a gift.
- Booja-Booja- plant based ice cream available in six yummy flavours – we love the Caramel Pecan Praline! Bursting with flavour and made from carefully sourced organic ingredients.
Baking at Home.
Try making your own Easter treats -we’d love to see what you made!
How about keeping it traditional with Rich and Fruity Hot Cross Buns, recipe at Vegan Life Magazine.
A vegan twist on traditional brownies? Try these Beetroot Brownies from Plant Based Magazine!
Or of course there’s always a vegan friendly wine to try 😉
Image thanks to @darkmoonvegan
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