Ethical and ultimately indulgent! Celebrate Easter with these Australian made, vegan chocolates.

There is no better feeling than cracking into a chocolate Easter egg. And, for most of us, the many Easter treats we receive don’t seem to last no longer than a week – it truly is the most delicious time of the year!

So, this year, just in time for Easter 2024 celebrations, we’ve compiled a list of the best vegan chocolate Easter eggs. Whether you’re looking for something more diet conscious or environmentally friendly, surprisingly there are some delicious vegan chocolates out there to enjoy.

So, turn your usual drab into something indulgent with our list of the best Australian made vegan chocolate for Easter 2024!

<strong>Koko Black</strong>
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Koko Black

An Aussie favourite and for a good reason! Koko Black is a gourmet Australian chocolate brand that’s perfect for Easter 2024. Established in 2003, Koko Black are experts when it comes to creating handcrafted, decadent Belgium couverture chocolate for Aussies to enjoy. Guilt free, Koko Black’s range includes a selection of dairy free, vegan chocolate Easter eggs in Australia – all made from 100% natural ingredients! With no artificial flavours, Koko Black also supports 100% sustainably sourced cocoa.

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<strong>Loving Earth</strong>
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Loving Earth

For all your ethically sourced and produced chocolate you simply cannot look past Melbourne-based company Loving Earth this Easter! Founded in 2007 by Scott Fry and Martha Butler, Loving Earth is dedicated to creating chocolate treats which are not only good for you, but the planet too! This vegan Australian chocolate brand is proud to sell dairy-, soy- and gluten free Easter eggs. Free from cane sugar, Loving Earth uses organic, plant-based ingredients that is then housed in compostable packing. Score!

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<strong>Monsieur Truffe</strong>
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Monsieur Truffe

From humble beginnings at Melbourne’s Prahran market, Monsieur Truffe has risen to international acclaim as one of the best Australian made chocolate brands. Each of these organic, sustainably packaged chocolates feel like a gift from a bygone era of handmade chocolate and rural craft that you can’t help but fall in love with. But the real magic is when you unwrap the bar to reveal these delicious, vegan chocolates in flavours such as Honeycomb, Rum & Raisin, Caramelised Almonds, Native Plums, Whisky & Nibs, Coffee Beans and much more!

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<strong>Organic Times</strong>
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Organic Times

With over 20 years in the organic chocolate business, Organic Times knows a thing or two about creating one of the best vegan Easter chocolate! Founded in Melbourne in 1999, Organic Times dreamt of making a more natural and organic alternative for the confectionery market, and so they did! Now, as an organically certified company, Organic Times continues to make products which are high quality, free from palm oil, fair-traded, sustainably packaged and vegan where they can be.

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<strong>Pana Organic</strong>
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Pana Organic

Renowned for their delicious handmade products, Pana Organic is famed for having some of the best vegan chocolate Easter eggs. Founded in Melbourne by Pana Barbounis, they are praised for their ethically sourced ingredients from around the globe and their plant-based, dairy- and gluten-free Easter eggs. As their business has grown, so too has their range which now includes chocolate spread, dessert sticks and more. For Easter, their range includes flavours such as Mint Crunch, Peanut Butter & Strawberry, Golden Comb, Hot Cross Bun and Macadamia.

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If you’re wanting to treat yourself to the finest artisanal chocolate, check out this guide to the 6 Best Gourmet Australian Made Chocolate Brands. Or, shake up Easter 2024 celebrations with these Boozy and Easy Easter Cocktail Recipes.

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This article was first published on March 22 2021. It was updated and edited by Hunter and Bligh on March 04 2024.