Updated for 2017! My North American Chocolate Easter Bunny & Egg Round-up has become 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.
The following chocolatiers offer dairy-free Easter chocolate delights, including chocolate bunnies and eggs, and even some delicious carob and passover treats! Among the mix, most are also vegan and gluten-free, and some are also soy-free and nut-free, but please check with the companies if severe allergies are a concern. Some like Moo Free work on allergen-safe processes, while others produce milk and / or nutty chocolate in the same facility as their dairy-free Easter chocolate goodies.
Animal Aid – Another online retailer, but all of the chocolates they carry are suitable for vegans.
- Asda – Their “Free From” range now includes some milky, dairy-free Easter options, including an affordable egg with chocolate orange discs.
Booja Booja – Truly gourmet Easter eggs for an elegant gift in an array of designs, all dairy-, gluten-, and soy-free.
- Chococo – This UK chocolatier has added an array of dark chocolate Easter eggs (and robots!) to their line-up, such as Honeycombe and Button-filled.
- Choices by Celtic Chocolates – This line is free of dairy, eggs, gluten and nuts, and includes both white and “milk” chocolate egg and bunny options. It is sold in major grocers.
D&D Chocolates – They specialize in dairy-free, nut-free and gluten-free chocolate confections and have carob treats, too, with ample adorable Easter options.
- Decadent Handmade Chocolates – This vegan chocolatier in Australia recently added more Easter options, including milky-vegan cream eggs, rabbit bars and allergy friendly freckled eggs.
- Divine Chocolate – They make Luxury Eggs and typically have a dark chocolate vegan variety.
- Holland & Barrett – They offer a Dairy Free Easter Egg with milky chocolate goodness. It’s also made without gluten, soy, and nuts.
- Hotel Chocolat – In years past, they offered milky “milk” chocolate Easter bunny and egg treats made with almond powder, but it looks like they are back to just dark chocolate Easter options for vegans.
Humdinger Dairy-Free – Bunnies for white chocolate fans.
- Kinnerton – Their “free from” dark chocolate (dairy-, egg-, gluten-, and nut-free) is available in Easter egg form (luxury dark chocolate) when the holidays hit. They are a UK company, but now selling in stores in Australia, too.
- Montezuma’s Chocolate – This is a traditional chocolatier, but they offer vegan dark chocolate cheeky bunnies and button-filled eggs, too. These options also appear to be soy-free.
- Mulu Organic Raw Chocolate – Their solid chocolate egg is sweetened only with agave and is both dairy-free and soy-free.
- Plamil – This popular dairy-free chocolate company offers a whole line of Easter goodies, including Easter bunny bars and a hollow Easter egg. They’re vegan and made without gluten and nuts, too.
Rawr – A raw chocolate company with solid chocolate Easter eggs.
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-contaminaion issues are a concern for you.
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