Easter is the only time of year when eggs are fair game for vegans. We’re speaking, of course, of the eggs made from chocolate and filled with peanut butter and plant-based crème. Floppy-eared chocolate bunnies are also on the menu, as are gelatin-free jelly beans and foil-wrapped dark chocolate carrots. Whether you’re looking for fruity delights or single-origin chocolate eggs, here are 10 vegan candies to ask the Easter bunny to leave in your basket. 

Vegan Treats

1 Chocolate galore from Vegan Treats

Spurred by the pandemic, this award-winning sweet shop now ships seasonal goodies nationwide for special occasions. For Easter, the bakery has morphed into a chocolatier. Confections include an array of á la carte and boxed arrangements such as cookie dough-stuffed chocolate bunnies, full-sized chocolate Bunny Bars, “Veganburry” cream eggs, and a sweet assortment of gothic-themed Unlucky Bunny filled chocolates.
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2 Bunnies, eggs, and more from Sjaak’s

Let’s put it this way: if you bought one of each Sjaak Easter chocolates, you’d have enough candy to last you to next Easter. The new holiday line of sweets is packaged in reusable wooden crates stuffed with bite-sized chocolate bunnies, individually wrapped chocolate peanut butter and caramel eggs, solid chocolate bunnies, and more. Fill your cart and entertain the kids with your haul—they’ll be hunting for hours. 
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Pieces of Vermont

3 Easter maple candy chicks from Pieces of Vermont

If you’ve never experienced maple candy before, you’re in for a treat. We’ll take these adorable chick-shaped candies of pure, crystalized Vermont maple syrup over mass-produced jelly beans and ultra-processed Peeps any day.
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Lagusta’s Luscious

4 Solid and filled chocolate bunnies from Lagusta’s Luscious

We want a chocolate bunny in every flavor! This vegan chocolatier is cranking out sweet bunny-shaped treats in a medley of flavors—from solid dark and strawberry white chocolate to nougat and peanut butter-filled. The adorable lopsided ears of these edible creations make our heart melt every time.
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Fine and Raw

5 Bunny-themed bars from Fine & Raw

Not all Easter chocolate has to be shaped like a bunny—these bars say it all on the packaging. Made by a small-batch, vegan, Brooklyn-based chocolatier, these decorative bars feature bunnies splashing in puddles, playing leapfrog, and unsuccessfully pulling off sweaters. Try the sea salt-studded bar for a sophisticated salty balance to the otherwise sweet collection in your basket.
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Hotel Chocolat

6 Extra-Thick Easter Egg Rare & Vintage from Hotel Chocolat

Save the oat milk chocolate for the kids—this treat is for adults. Crack open a sensuous dark chocolate egg to reveal a tumble of decadent single-origin chocolates from Columbia and Honduras. Savor each like a glass of fine vegan wine. When it comes to chocolate, this is the good stuff.
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Lake Champlain Chocolates

7 Vegan Easter chocolate from Lake Champlain Chocolates

This Vermont-based chocolatier underwent a bit of a spring cleaning in 2021 and launched a delightful range of vegan Easter treats. Fill your basket with classic chocolate bunnies, divine dark chocolate truffles, and purple foil-wrapped chocolate carrots. The latter may not improve your eyesight, but they’re guaranteed to brighten up any lackluster vegan Easter basket. 
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8 Assorted Easter truffles from Coracao

Some people don’t want to hunt for chocolate, and that’s okay. Find all of your Easter treats in one box with Coracao’s spring-themed assortments of vegan filled chocolates. These aren’t your typical peanut butter or nougat-filled confections—expect sweets such as a Tangerine Fudge Hen, Lemon Caramel Cup, Superberry Egg, and other divine flavor combinations. The company also puts a fun twist on egg cartons, filling each crevice with colorful chocolate eggs stuffed with almond butter, salted caramel, and more.
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9 Fruity treats from YumEarth

Not a chocolate fan? Stock up on this organic candy company’s Easter treats. The chocolate-free line includes juicy bunny-shaped gummies, chewy fruit Giggles (think Skittles), sour beans, and hard candy lollipops. Even chocolate lovers need to add variety to their baskets.
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10 Vegan Easter Gift Set from Divine Chocolate

There’s no need to go hunting for a basket when you order this inclusive Easter set. The dark chocolate-themed box includes five full-sized Divine chocolate bars in a variety of flavors and a bag of mini solid dark chocolate eggs. No judgment if you purchase this gift all for yourself.
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11 Interactive confections from Karma Baker

This is the only place we’ve found that provides a tiny mallet to break open a vegan white chocolate egg. The large, candy-filled, edible egg is just one of the items contained in this allergen-friendly bakery’s Delux Easter Gift Box. Other goodies on offer include chick-shaped cake pops, Bunny Butt cake doughnuts and filled chocolates, peanut butter-stuffed chocolate eggs, and a full-sized robin blue cake topped with handmade Cadbury-style chocolate eggs. All of it is available for nationwide shipping. 
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12 Marbled Fruit Eggs from Tavernier Chocolates

These artisan dark chocolate eggs are not your average Easter candy. Each 65 percent dark Ecuadorian chocolate morsel is studded with dried blueberries and raspberries that not only provide a bright pop of color but a pleasantly surprising tartness to each chocolaty bite. Don’t stop here. This small batch chocolatier offers a number of unique and vegan-friendly confections such as Dark Chocolate Fete Mendiants and smoked sea salt-studded bars.
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Ethereal Chocolate

13 Chocolate, jelly beans, and cocoa bombs from Ethereal Chocolate

At this conscious café and chocolatier, chocolate and jelly beans and chocolate harmonize as one. Both the Jelly Bean Bark and Bunny Bark feature non-dairy chocolate studded with vegan fruity jellies. Prefer to keep your fruit and chocolate separate? Ask the Easter Bunny for one of the spring-themed cocoa bombs. Both the salted caramel and dark chocolate varieties are stuffed with vegan marshmallows and cocoa mix. It’s going to be a sweet Easter.
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