Updated for 2023! My North American Chocolate Easter Bunny & Egg Round-up became so long that most people didn’t even notice I had listings for Australia, the U.K., and the rest of Europe, too! So I decided to break out the European and Australian dairy-free Easter chocolate options into this dedicated post. That was several years ago. Now this list has also grown to include OVER THIRTY dairy-free Easter chocolate brands, each with their own collection of vegan Easter treats!
The Complete Dairy-Free Easter Chocolate List for Australia, UK & Europe
The following chocolatiers offer dairy-free Easter chocolate delights, including chocolate bunnies and chocolate Easter eggs! Most are also vegan and gluten-free, and some are soy-free and nut-free. We’ve listed these dairy-free Easter chocolate treats alphabetically by brand.
Allergen Notes: All items listed below were dairy-free by ingredients at the time of our review, but ingredients are subject to change at any time. And all products are at some degree of risk for allergen cross contamination. If you are concerned about potential cross contamination of an allergen, always contact the company to discuss their ingredient sourcing and allergen protocols before purchasing. Only you can decide what is safe for your needs.
Gluten Note: Most of the following are gluten-free by ingredients, but contact the company if potential cross contamination in production is a concern for you. Some of these chocolatiers do handle gluten in their facility.
The dairy-free Easter chocolate line-up at this Australian confectionery includes bags of chocolate mini eggs and large chocolate eggs that are dairy-free, gluten-free, and nut-free.
Their own “Free From” range includes an indulgent line-up of big chocolate button-filled chocolate eggs in white and dark varieties. This year they’ve also added large honeycomb chocolate eggs, white strawberry chocolate eggs and chocolate bunnies. They’re free of dairy, eggs, and gluten.
This UK chocolatier ships worldwide, so everyone can enjoy their vegan dark chocolate fondant mini eggs and vegan mint crisp mini eggs.
Most of their gourmet chocolate eggs do contain milk. But this British chocolatier makes a stunning vegan Venezuelan dark chocolate Easter egg.
Their Easter line is egg-centric, but includes a big variety, with a few different white chocolate creations, ricemilk chocolate versions, and even dark chocolate.
If you want to make a real impressions, consider getting something from their Easter Egg Collection. It’s an elegant gift in an array of designs, all dairy-, gluten-, and soy-free. They’re sold in UK stores and on Amazon.
Don’t let the name fool you. This artisan confectionery in Cornwall, the rugged Southwestern region of the UK, makes a “free from” line of chocolate bunnies that are made without dairy and gluten.
This UK chocolatier has an array of Vegan Easter Gifts, including dark and oatmilk chocolate eggs, bunnies (including Bertie!), and Easter shapes. They also have fully vegan Easter hampers.
This classic chocolatier goes above and beyond for dairy-free customers. Their vegan Easter line is extensive, with bunny hot chocolate bombs, milk chocolate ducks, a range of large chocolate eggs, and bunnies dotted with jelly beans and sprinkles.
Vegan chocolate Easter eggs with a dairy-free caramel center are the Easter specialty at this UK confectionery. They also offer matcha chocolate eggs. Everything is “raw” and sweetened solely with coconut blossom nectar.
They make dairy-free, gluten-free, nut-free, and vegan chocolate in the U.K., and their Easter line includes rice milk chocolate eggs, in original and orange, ricemilk chicks, and seasonal slabs.
This traditional UK chocolatier makes a dark chocolate, vegan line of Easter eggs, both mini and large, (some spiked with ginger or cherries and almonds). They also make cute bunny shapes and bunny lollies with their 72% dark chocolate.
Their organic, raw, vegan collection includes chocolate Easter bunny boxes and a few chocolate Easter egg confections. You can order this brand in the UK.
They specialize in dairy-free, nut-free and gluten-free chocolate confections and dark and white chocolate bunnies and eggs galore!
This vegan chocolatier in Australia has added more Easter options in recent years. They include milky-vegan cream eggs, passion fruit white chocolate rabbit bars, and candy filled eggs.
They’ve simplified this Easter, and are offering bags of their vegan dark chocolate mini eggs, and an Easter hamper with a collection of their vegan bars.
The unique Good Eggs from this UK confectionery are an Easter favorite. They are made with dark chocolate and covered in a crunchy candy coating.
The name Goupie doesn’t make me think of gourmet vegan chocolate, but that’s exactly what this UK company makes. For Easter they have white and dark chocolate bunnies, truffle-filled eggs, hot chocolate bomb eggs, and even “Jen the Hen!”
Simple and sophisticated, their organic dark chocolate egg is back. And it just happens to be vegan friendly and made without milk ingredients!
Their lively Easter collection boasts big eggs and egg bars in plain, salted honeycomb, and white raspberry chocolate, plus cute bunny chocolate lollies. You can find them throughout the UK, but they also ship to other countries.
This vegan brand just can’t be outdone. They’ve released big oatmilk chocolate Easter eggs in popular flavors: Salted Caramel, Cookies No Cream, and Salty Pretzel.
Their vegan line contains stunning chocolate bunnies, a range of jumbo eggs, and even this unique “splat” egg complete with non-dairy white chocolate egg white and yolk.
Their dark chocolate, foil-wrapped bunnies are made without dairy, and can be found in most countries. But the Lindt Hello line with vegan bunnies is exclusive to Europe.
They only offer one dairy-free Easter chocolate treat, but it’s a fancy one. This British chocolatier crafts Maldon sea salt dark chocolate eggs for the season.
This raw organic chocolate company is located in Australia, where they box up Easter treats. Their collection includes hot cross bun-spiced “milk” chocolate, mini eggs, hazelnut praline eggs, and a couple other bunny-inspired sweats.
This fine London chocolatier moves beyond the ordinary with vegan chocolate eggs in almond milk, wild flower, and starwberry.
If you’ve never understood the whole eggs and bunnies connection, then you might love this UK company’s line of hens and chicks. They also offer peanut butter mini eggs and “black” chocolate eggs with no sugar added.
This dairy-free chocolatier goes all out for Easter. They make jumbo “milk” chocolate and honeycomb Easter eggs, other shapes like Hammy Hamster and a white chocolate lemon fizz Mikey Bunny, caramel mini eggs, and more.
This UK retailer offers their own free from salted caramel honeycomb chocolate egg.
You can actually find quite a few dairy-free Easter chocolates at Aldi, but the Moser Roth milk-free, gluten-free egg and truffles are free from specialties.
This “Indulgent Vegan Kitchen” in the UK makes just one Easter treat, but it’s a good one: a vegan version of Cadbury Cream Eggs! They’re called Chuckie Eggs, and are available online and in stores.
This is another “free from” line that’s vegan and made without dairy, eggs, gluten, and nuts. It’s a rebrand by Kinnerton that just keeps getting better. This year, they’re offering FIVE varieties of their chocolate easter egg-candy bar combo pack, cookie dough filled easter bunnies, and little monsters eggs and lollies. They are a UK company, but are now selling in stores in Australia, too.
This Australian chocolatier offers a vegan hamper, and individual items, with a dark chocolate bunny, eggs, and choc drops.
Their big egg-shaped bars are printed with sweet messages and are “cracked” for breaking off pieces. To add to the uniqueness, they come in flavors, like peanut butter & strawberry, hot cross bun, and mint crunch.
Plamil So Free has become a classic allergy-friendly chocolate brand throughout Europe and Australia, but they are far from traditional. This year their cute Easter bags contain vegan eggs in white chocolate, carob, blonde caramilk, oatmilk, and no sugar added chocolate.
We aren’t sure what they have on deck for 2023, but in t he past, they’ve offered a house “Deliciously Free From” product line with dairy-free chocolate eggs in different flavors.
If you’re looking for raw artisan chocolate, then this UK company has you covered. Their dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan Easter goodies include classic bunnies, solid chocolate hens, and mini eggs.
Australians have good reason to be proud of this chocolatier. They make dairy-free, gluten-free, nut-free, and vegan chocolate with seasonal options, like chocolate Easter bunnies and eggs.
This major UK grocer offers their own free from line, complete with Clucky the choc chick, in ricemilk and white chocolate, and a white chocolate crunch egg.
More Dairy-Free Easter Chocolate Retailers
- Animal Aid – They don’t have their own brand, but all of the chocolates they carry are suitable for vegans, and they offer a good Easter selection.
- Holland & Barrett – For the past few years, H&B in the UK has made a dairy-free Milk Chocolate Style Egg that’s also free of gluten, nuts, and soy. We’re not sure if they’re bringing it back, but they do sell many of the other brands on this list!
- Vegan Grocery Store – This Australian online retailer has a fantastic section for chocolate, which includes many brands of dairy-free Easter chocolate.
Asda and Sainsbury are also retailers who sell other brands of dairy-free and vegan Easter chocolates besides their own.
Order your Dairy-Free Easter Chocolate early to allow enough time for your bunnies and treats to arrive before the holidays!
Be Allergen Aware: Again, if your special diet needs are particular, please read this article carefully and inquire with the manufacturer prior to purchasing. Also know that products, ingredients and processes may change at any time. Always double check with the manufacturer before purchasing or consuming any food whenever there is a food allergy concern.
On Gluten: Most of the above dairy-free Easter chocolate options are made without gluten or wheat, according to their ingredient lists. But, cross-contamination with gluten could still be a potential for some of these companies. Always double check with the manufacturer on their production processes if cross-contamination issues are a concern for you.