If you're a vegan, like me, you will be familiar with the idea of giving up some of the foods you love.
Unfortunately, being a former chocoholic...Easter was once the hardest and most depressing time of year for me. That is, until I discovered vegan chocolate that actually tasted...what? nice!!? and not only vegan chocolate, vegan Easter chocolate too?
So to prevent the future suffering of other vegans or dairy free life livers, I thought I would list a few brands that have created sufficient chocolate alternatives.
Topping the list we have Sweet William Easter Bunnies. This delicious, sweet and creamy alternative to milk chocolate is the best tasting vegan chocolate I have had to date, and the best part about these are: they are available in your local Coles! (maybe Woolworths too, but my local Woolworths didn't stock them). I ate myself sick eating these this Easter season, in true Easter tradition! You can find these here.
Number 2: If you are into dark chocolate, Lindt dark chocolate Easter bunnies are the way to go. I'm not a big dark chocolate eater, but these accidental vegan treats are a big hit with my dark chocolate loving buddies.
Number 3: Moo Free chocolate is another milk chocolate substitute. Not quite as creamy as the Sweet William, but still an eggcellent alternative. Available also in 'bunnycomb' a honeyless honeycomb chocolate egg; these go down a treat!
The only downside is that you have to purchase these online, so shipping costs will have to be added to the total cost. You can find these here.
I hope I have assisted some of you chocolate loving Vegans in finding the perfect tasting, cruelty free alternative to your addictions.