The Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny (and More!) Round-Up

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Updated for 2021! We’re now 13 years into our annual Dairy-Free and Vegan Chocolate Easter Bunny Round-up! It now includes TWENTY ONE (yes 21!) chocolatiers in North America (most in the U.S., but several available in Canada). For options elsewhere, see our Australia, Europe & New Zealand Dairy-Free Easter Chocolate Round-Up.

Of course, there is more to Easter than chocolate bunnies. There are chocolate eggs, chicks, and truffles too! And these days we get to pick between dark, semi-sweet, “milk,” and white chocolate options. Aren’t we spoiled? Vgans, gluten-free / casein-free dieters, lactose intolerant consumers, and even those with multiple food allergies and gluten-free needs can literally choose from dozens of cute and tasty Easter chocolate options! But you might want to hop on over to place your order now. I’m guessing that many of these chocolatiers will sell out before the holiday arrives.

The Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny and More Round-Up - vegan with gluten-free and allergy-friendly options - including creme-filled eggs and white chocolate treats!

The BIG Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny & More Round-Up

If your special diet needs are particular, please read this article carefully and inquire with the manufacturer prior to purchasing. I have included notes on what “free-from” needs the chocolatiers cater to (including soy-free and nut-free), and if we’ve read that they use shared equipment in production. However, you should always double check with the manufacturer before purchasing or consuming any food whenever there is a dietary concern. Now onto the vegan and dairy-free chocolate bunnies and eggs!

Amanda’s Own Easter and Passover Chocolates

The chocolate bunny population is exploding at Amanda’s Own this year! They now have baby bunnies, bashful bunnies, momma bunnies, long-eared bunnies, bunny friends, and more. They also have chocolate eggs and other Easter and springtime shapes. Created specifically for their child with multiple food allergies, Amanda’s Own claims to be the “home of great tasting chocolate that is completely dairy-free, tree nut-free, peanut-free, egg-free and gluten-free!” Amanda’s Own is known for kid-friendly chocolate, so it is no surprise that they are offering up quite a sweet little line of Easter chocolates.
Website to Order: www.amandasown.com
For: Dairy-free, Vegan, Gluten-Free, and Multiple Food Allergies

Vegan, Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny or Bunnies

Vegan Treats Chocolate Bunnies & Eggs

This local Pennsylvania bakery tackles chocolate making with ease, and ships seasonal sweets throughout the U.S. This year they’re offering Bunny boxed chocolates, “milk” and white chocolate bunnies, cream eggs, and more.
Website to Order: www.vegantreats.com
For: Dairy-Free, Vegan

Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunnies, Eggs, and More

No Whey! White & “Milk” Chocolate Easter Bunnies

This company has won my taste buds over. They offer “milk” chocolate, white chocolate, and semi-sweet Easter Bunnies in addition to Easter egg truffles, creme eggs, and an assortment of other fun white, milkless, and dark chocolate treats. Every year, you can expect the head chocolatier, Yochy, will make something new. And their manufacturing facility is top allergen-free, which means they are dairy-free, gluten-free, egg-free, nut-free and now soy-free!
Website to Order: www.nowheychocolate.com
For: Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Vegan, and Multiple Food Allergies

Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny Round-Up - No Whey Chocolates Pictured

Ethereal Confections Chocolate Bunnies & Bark

This completely dairy-free and gluten-free chocolatier even has a storefront in Woodstock, IL. But, you can buy their delicious confections from anywhere in the U.S. For richness, they use coconut milk and coconut oil, rather than soy, and they offer a delightful dairy-free Easter chocolate range, including solid chocolate bunnies, dairy-free filled Easter eggs, jelly bean bark, bunny bark, and chocolate nests.
Website to Order: www.etherealconfections.com
For: Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Vegan

Vegan, Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny Round-Up: Ethereal Confections pictured

Sjaak’s Organic Fair Trade Vegan Chocolate Bunnies

Say that ten times fast!  But seriously, beyond the fact that these treats obviously meet all possible eco-friendly and socially aware standards, Sjaak’s dairy-free chocolate Easter bunnies win the cuteness award! And this year they have adorable bunnies in a variety of flavors, including paleo coconut milk, cinnamon churro white chocolate, cherry-filled dark chocolate, coconut lime-filled “melk” chocolate, and “melk” chocolate filled with vegan gummy bears. And of course, they also have vegan “melk” chocolate eggs for a back-up.
Website to Order: www.sjaaks.com
For: Dairy-Free*, Vegan, Gluten-Free

Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny Round-Up - Sjaak's Bunny Pictured (organic, fair trade and they have "Melk" versions

Gnosis Chocolate Raw Easter Collection

The Ostara filled chocolate egg collection and chocolate bunny collection have returned from Gnosis this year. The bunnies include white, dark, and “milk” chocolate varieties, and the eggs reflect the company’s exotic raw food mission.
Website to Order: www.gnosischocolate.com
For: Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, Vegan

Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny Round-Up

Grocer’s Daughter Dark Chocolate Bunny Boxes

This sweeet little company sells vegan dark chocolate bunnies, which are available as stand alone hollow bunnies, lollies, or in a box set with other Easter shapes. They also offer dark chocolate peanut butter praline eggs.
Website to Order: www.grocersdaughter.com
For: Dairy-free*, Vegan

The BIG Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny and More Round-Up

Lake Champlain Classic Dark Chocolate Easter Bunny

Since the Mr. Goodtime Bunny is milk chocolate, I suppose we will have to be content with the regal Classic Dark Bunny, which is boasted as vegan and gluten-free.  Well, I guess he is pretty handsome. For those who prefer “cute” to handsome, Lake Champlain also offers dark chocolate placesetting bunnies and organic dark chocolate hopp’n bunnies to share with all Easter guests.
Website to Order: www.lakechamplainchocolates.com
For: Dairy-free*, Vegan

Vegan, Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny Round-Up: Lake Champlain Vegan pictured

Pure Lovin’ Organic Chocolate Bunnies & Chicks

Based in Victoria, this vegan, organic and fair trade certified chocolatier ships goodies throughout Canada and now the U.S. This year, they’re bringing back their crispy bunnies in vegan white, “milk,” and dark chocolate, along with their solid chocolate eggs and peanut butter eggs. Plus, they’ve added a few new items, like cute cow-shaped creamy vegan white chocolate infused with fruity blueberry and lemon.
Website to Order: www.purelovinchocolate.com
For: Dairy-Free*, Vegan, Gluten-Free, and Soy-Free

Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny Round-Up - Pure Lovin Organic Chocolate Bunnies Pictured

Rescue Chocolate “The Good Egg”

Rescue Chocolate gives you a good excuse to enjoy more chocolate at Easter with their vegan chocolate cream-filled eggs (aptly named, “The Good Egg”). 100% of the net profits from your Rescue Chocolate purchase are donated to animal rescue organizations around the country. Sadly, they aren’t bringing their chocolate bunnies back this year.
Website to Order: www.rescuechocolate.com
For: Dairy-Free*, Gluten-Free, Vegan

The Big Dairy-Free and Vegan Easter Bunny and More Chocolate Round-Up (Updated Annually! Includes options for gluten-free, nut-free and soy-free - US and Canada). Pictured: Rescue Chocolate Good Eggs

Coracao Organic Dark Chocolate Bunnies and Eggs

The fun selection of dairy-free, gluten-free, peanut-free, soy-free Easter chocolate eggs from Coracao Confections is returning! They will have Superberry, Salted Caramel, and Almond Butter filled chocolate egg truffles and dairy-free chocolate Easter bunnies. This great company also sweetens their chocolate solely with coconut sugar and has paleo options.
Website to Order: www.coracaoconfections.com
For: Dairy-Free*, Vegan, Peanut-Free, Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, Paleo

The BIG Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny and More Round-Up - Coracao Vegan, Gluten-Free Chocolate Eggs pictured

Mama Ganache Vegan Easter Bunnies

Unlike many other brands, this chocolatier makes vegan chocolate that is also free of soy lecithin. Yes, you heard me right, their vegan Easter bunnies and eggs are dairy-free AND soy-free. This is another one of those great Fair Trade and Organic certified companies, so don’t hesitate to support them. Oh yes, and the bunnies! They make vegan dark chocolate versions for most of their bunnies, including the solid chocolate bunnies, bunny and nest, big bunny, and VERY big bunny (shown below).
Website to Order: www.mama-ganache.com
For: Dairy-free*, Soy-Free, Vegan

Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny Round-Up - Mama Ganache Vegan Varieties Pictured

Lindt Dark Chocolate Easter Bunnies

This is one of those “accidentally vegan” treats. I really don’t think the people at Lindt had non-dairy as their goal, especially since many of their dark chocolate bars do contain milk. However, the Lindt Dark Chocolate Gold Bunnies that we spotted in the U.S. AND Canada, were made without dairy ingredients. Nonetheless, they do contain soy lecithin and artificial flavor (since when is chocolate not good enough on its own?), and may be at risk for cross-contamination with dairy in production.
Website to Order: www.lindtusa.com
For: Dairy-Free*, Gluten-Free, Vegan

Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny Round-Up - Lindt Gold Foil Dark Chocolate Bunny Pictured

Lagusta’s Luscious Vegan Chocolate Bunnies & Cream Eggs

Lagusta has seriously upped her game this year! Each year she offers a new assortment of bunny flavors, and treats, and this year includes a Strawberry White Chocolate Bunny and English Cream Eggs. Just some of the other tasty options include Milk Chocolate Marble Eggs, Chocolate, Nougat Bunnies, and Peanut Butter Bunnies.
Website to Order: www.lagustasluscious.com
For: Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Vegan

The Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny (and More!) Round-Up - includes Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Eggs - Vegan, gluten-free, and allergy-friendly options too!

Obsessive Confection Disorder Vegan “Cadbury” Eggs

Though they haven’t ventured into the bunny fields just yet, I would be remiss not to mention the Sweet Dream Eggs from this all-vegan chocolatier. These have sweet “egg” fillings with the sugary whites and yolks reminiscent of Cadbury Cream Eggs, but without dairy. They also offer Rhesus Peanut Butter Eggs. And this year, 25% of the peanut butter egg sales will benefit primate sanctuaries – they buy them snacks and toys and have them sent. The chocolate eggs will be available from mid-March through the end of April. It appears that this chocolatier does shun soy, but I haven’t been able to gather any allergen-specific information from them just yet.
Website to Order: www.obsessiveconfectiondisorder.com
For: Dairy-Free*, Vegan, and Soy-Free

Obsessive Confection Disorders Vegan Cream Filled Dream Eggs

Divine Treasures Easter Chocolate

This year they are making loads of dairy-free Easter chocolates, including bunnies, hens, eggs, lambs, and vanilla creme-filled eggs! Last year they had white chocolate and strawberry white chocolate bunnies – we’re hoping those come back. They also have a dark chocolate line that is free of soy lecithin. This soy-free chocolate is cleaned on shared lines with their other chocolate, but cleaned between runs. As always, contact the company whenever a severe allergy is a concern.
Website to Order: dtchocolates.com
For: Dairy-Free*, Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, Vegan

The Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny and More Round-Up - vegan with gluten-free and allergy-friendly options - including creme-filled eggs and white chocolate treats! PIctured: Divine Treasures Chocolates

Sweet Pete’s Chocolate Bunnies & Filled Eggs

This candy company disappeared from the vegan scene for a few years, but they’ve re-emerged with vegan options for every holiday. This Easter, Sweet Pete’s has giggling vegan dark chocolate bunnies, peanut butter bunnies, peanut butter eggs, and coconut cream eggs.
Website to Order: www.sweetpetescandy.com
For: Dairy-Free*, Gluten-Free, Vegan

Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny Assortment - Chocolate Emporium (and a dozen more chocolatiers!) Pictured: Chocolate Emporium Butterscotch, White, and other Chocolate Bunnies. Pictured: Sweet Pete's Vegan Easter Goodies

Creek House Solid Dark Dairy Free Easter Bunnies

This artisan chocolatier hand crafts organic solid chocolate vegan Easter bunnies in the weeks leading up to the holiday each year. And two years ago they added organic vegan ganache filled Easter eggs (2 half eggs placed together to form one big 1/2-pound chocolate egg!). They are not a dairy-free facility, but make a point to pour non-dairy chocolate bunnies.
Website to Order: www.creekhousechocolates.com
For: Dairy-Free*, Gluten-Free, Vegan

Creek House Solid Dark Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunnies

Olivia Chocolate Bunnies and Eggs

This year, they’ve brought back their allergy-friendly chocolate Easter bunnies in dark, white, and “milk” varieties. They’re organic, vegan, and made with over a 1/2 pound of chocolate! And they’re also selling their popular vegan Cocomilk Chocolate Eggs decorated with their dairy-free white chocolate. This company is located in Quebec Canada, but they do ship throughout North America.
Website to Order: oliviachocolatiers.com
For: Dairy-free, Vegan, Gluten-Free, and Multiple Food Allergies

The Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny and More Round-Up - vegan with gluten-free and allergy-friendly options - including creme-filled eggs and white chocolate treats!

Chocolate Emporium Easter Chocolate

This chocolatier is back, and they have had no shortage of holiday-friendly shapes, sizes, and flavors. They offer a dairy-free chocolate Easter bunny assortment, foil-wrapped eggs, raspberry cream eggs, bunny pops, and cute Easter packages. They also have an array of tasty “chocolate” flavors, including butterscotch, white, and strawberry.
Website to Order: www.chocolate-emporium.com
For: Dairy-Free*, Gluten-Free, Vegan

Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny Assortment - Chocolate Emporium (and a dozen more chocolatiers!) Pictured: Chocolate Emporium Butterscotch, White, and other Chocolate Bunnies

Moo Free Big Organic Chocolate Eggs

This is actually an English chocolatier, but they do ship their delicious, big, hallow eggs to the U.S., too. I’ve trialed one variety, and it was sweet, milky deliciousness.
Website to Order: www.amazon.com
For: Dairy-Free, Vegan, Gluten-Free, and Soy-Free

The BIG Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny and More Round-Up - Moo Free Chocolate Eggs pictured

Vermont Nut Free Dark Chocolate Bunnies

This “nut-safe” company now has some dark chocolate Easter options. They are made without dairy, but the company does make a lot of milk chocolate (with dairy), too. Dark chocolate options include large and medium bunnies, chocolate pops, and Easter shapes.
Website to Order: store.vermontnutfree.com
For: Dairy-free*, Vegan, Gluten-Free, Nut-Free

The Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny and More Round-Up - vegan with gluten-free and allergy-friendly options - including creme-filled eggs and white chocolate treats! Pictured: Vermont Nut Free Dark Chocolate

Enjoy Life Easter Chocolate Minis

They don’t come in bunny or egg shapes, but the variety Easter package of their chocolate bar minis are always well-received. It includes their top allergen-free dark, ricemilk, and ricemilk crunch chocolate.
Website to Order: enjoylifefoods.com and amazon.com
For: Dairy-free, Vegan, Gluten-Free, and Multiple Food Allergies

The Dairy-Free Chocolate Easter Bunny and More Round-Up - vegan with gluten-free and allergy-friendly options - including creme-filled eggs and white chocolate treats! Pictured: Enjoy Life Easter Chocolate

* This manufacturer may process milk chocolate in the same facility. If severe food allergies or milk cross-contamination may be a concern, always contact the manufacturer before consuming to verify ingredients and manufacturing processes.

More Important Notes

Be Allergen Aware: If your special diet needs are particular, please read this article carefully and inquire with the manufacturer prior to purchasing. I have included notes on what “free-from” needs the chocolatiers cater to (including soy-free and nut-free!), and if we’ve read that they use shared equipment in production (see star note below). However, 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: The above chocolates that are noted as “gluten-free” are made without gluten or wheat, according to their ingredient lists. But, cross-contamination with gluten could 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.

Order your Dairy-Free Easter Chocolate early to allow enough time for your bunnies and treats to arrive before the holidays!

For more dairy-free holiday deliciousness, see our posts for Easter and Passover.

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About Author

Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

72 Comments

  1. Thank-you for this list. I can’t have any dairy at all, and my daughter has a peanut/tree nut allergy. I can usually find chocolate for her, but this year I was feeling a little sad about not having a bunny of my own. Funny I know, considering it’s supposed to be about the kids. But now I have a dairy free, peanut/tree nut free (because I know she’ll want a taste of mine) bunny on the way. I’m so excited 🙂

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  4. Joanne Doherty on

    Hi,
    Great article, however no mention of other countries such as Australia. Do these companies deliver overseas ? I was also wondering if you had information regarding the possibility of purchasing ‘sugar free/gluten free etc type Easter bunny products within Australia ?

    Cheers

  5. Thank you for this list. I have ordered from Amanda’s Own and Allison’s Gourmet in the past. Both places have yummy chocolate that my daughter loves. I am going to try one of the others this year because they offer some candy that she has not been able to try because she of a dairy allergy. Thank you so much for your research and for posting this!

  6. Heather Thome on

    Thank you so much for posting these! I thought my 3 yr. old daughter would have to skip a chocolate bunny this year… Really appreciate the heads up on all these dairy and/or egg free options!

  7. Thank you for posting this list. I barely found out that my five year old is highly allegric to dairy and mildly to soy. I have been struggling trying to come up with his Easter treats. Since most stores do not carry dairy free chocolate.

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  12. I happened to stumble onto your website and was very excited. My son also has a dairy intolerance. He is extremely picky and with Easter around the counter I was stumped. I am glad to see all these options. I do know that Divvies is supposed to be sold in Wegmans and in Wholefood. I did not see any in Wegmans so I will try Wholefoods. He will have to try the chocolate first. If get a thumbs up I will order from the websites you provided. But wanted to thank you immensely and am going to buy your book for him! Wonder though I have lots of allergies and wanted to know if you have come across any thing . I am dairy, soy, corn, gluten and sugar intolerant, I know that is a tall order but if on the off chance I would appreciate it. Again thanks do much for your website and book!!!
    Theresa

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  16. Due to multiple food allergies in our household, I generally end up making homemade Easter confections and use molds and lollipop sticks to make them more creative. So I was pretty excited to see this list! However, I found only one of the above that fit our requirements, Amanda’s Own. I had high hopes for the Sweet Earth chocolates but their website doesn’t include any list of ingredients. In fact, though the article here claims they are soy free, I have a hunch that they are soy LECITHIN free, not soy free. Also there were several listed that used artificial food colorings and flavorings, which I found to be a big disappointment. We have a son on the spectrum and we are gluten, casein, corn and soy free. As well as artificial anything of course!

  17. This is a great article Alisa! My 2.5 year old son is highly allergic to milk and we have to carry an epi pen wherever we go. As he gets older, we struggle to find ways to make him feel normal in social settings – i.e. taking his own little dairy-free cakes to birthday parties, frequenting ice cream shops that have dairy free options etc.

    And this year I have been agonizing over what to do about Easter. Since I moved to the U.S. I have tried to hold on to some English traditions. As such my eldest has enjoyed many Easter egg hunts with the hollow boxed Easter Eggs from England.

    But now that my little one is old enough to want to participate, I had been fretting about what to do this year – especially as my usual British produce supplier only carries milk chocolate eggs. I will be going to each of the sites you have listed to see if they will ship to the U.S. Fingers crossed!

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