2019 is the year that veganism really established itself. Veganurary was a roaring success, with companies like Papa John’s, Pizza Hut, Greggs and others keeping their Veganuary specials on the menu. Stocks of vegan cheese ran out for Papa Johns, and Greggs saw a huge increase in sales off the back of their Vegan Sausage Roll. This easter is a big one for the vegans, who in years past may have fallen by the wayside as everyone chowed down on chocolate. We thought we’d pull together a list of some of the best vegan offerings this Easter, this year no one’s getting left out!
Moo Free: One of the most well known dairy-free chocolate companies has a range of easter offering. You can get yourself a plain chocolate egg, orange and honeycomb flavours, or our favourite salted caramel. Flavours and goodies for everyone at moo-free, especially seeing as their products are also gluten and soy free. You can find out where to grab a Moo Free Easter egg with their stockist locator here.
Montezuma’s Dark Chocolate PB Eggs: These mini Easter eggs are made of dark chocolate and filled with a soft peanut butter centre, making them just about the most indulgent vegan Easter eggs we’ve ever seen. Whether you’re making an Easter egg hunt or just kicking back on the long weekend with some Netflix, you can’t go wrong with these gorgeously rich little bits. You can get your hands on a pack (or five) from the link above!
Hotel Chocolat Extra Thick Easter Egg: Look at this absolute unit of a chocolate egg. Just look! Coming in at nearly half a kilo this is not an Easter egg for the faint hearted, it explores the in-depth flavours of their small batch roast Colombian and Honduran cacao beans and will keep you going until Christmas! From the home of chocolate comes and easter egg like no other, perfect for that special someone.
As veganism becomes more and more popular the options available to vegans expand. Subway just launched their vegan sub and wrap and there are more surely to come. There can be little doubt that veganism has stormed the mainstream in a big way, it’s not going anywhere anytime soon!