As Easter approaches and supermarket shelves start to fill with chocolate eggs, you may find yourself craving some sweet treats.

However, if – like many other caring Australians – you’re avoiding cruel and unhealthy dairy foods, you may be wondering how you can get that chocolaty fix without harming animals.

Wonder no more! Dairy-free chocolate Easter eggs exist – and they’re easier to find than you think ….


Moo Free

With cute flavours like BunnyComb and Cheeky Orange, in addition to the original chocolate egg, you’re sure to find an egg the kids will love. They just may not want to share ….


Moo Free chocolate eggs are available from many shops, including the following:

You can also enter your postcode here to find more stockists.


Aldi Choices

Yup. Aldi’s home brand chocolate Easter eggs are vegan. They taste DELICIOUS – and each egg comes with chocolate buttons! Since both the “milk” and white chocolate options come at a very affordable price, you’ll be forgiven for eating more than one.

Yay for Aldi! Vegan Easter Eggs and white chocolate too!! #Aldi #Easter #eastereggs #vegan #veganism #veganfood #veganpower #whatveganseat

A photo posted by 🌱Elem Saggy🌱 (@veganbeachanimals) on Feb 29, 2016 at 1:15am PST

Be sure to grab one at your local Aldi store before they run out!


Constant Craving

If you’ve never had a Constant Craving chocolate before, trust us – you won’t be disappointed! Velvety smooth and rich, these Tasmanian handcrafted vegan chocolates are melt-in-your-mouth good.


Available in specialty stores and online. You can find a full list of stockists here.



Lindt offers a vegan chocolate egg and bunny combo pack! And Easter isn’t complete without a chocolate bunny.

You may have given and received Lindt bunnies in the past – but did you realise the dark chocolate ones are vegan? Deliciously dark and sweetly satisfying, this combo will be sure to satisfy your Easter cravings.

Jess wants my accidentally vegan Lindt bunny. Too bad Jessica! 😁🐰💚 #vegan #vegansofig #govegan #veganforever #Airedale #airedaleterrier #terrier #dog #dogs #dogsofIG #dogsofinstagram #instadogs #ilovemydog #lindt #lindtbunny #bunny

A photo posted by Helen (@jess_airedale) on Mar 4, 2016 at 8:28am PST

Find Lindt dark chocolate bunnies at many supermarkets, Lindt shops and cafés, and online.

With so many cruelty-free options available across the country, it’s easier than ever to avoid dairy foods and spare cows a lifetime of suffering.

Happy Easter!

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Article source: PETA Files

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