I’ve done the work for you so you can just go out and get them.
These are the mainstream ones and Tesco own brand, since I did my checking in Tesco – and I’ve included any that are either vegan or are not vegan but look like they might be – with a picture of the ingredients list showing you why they aren’t vegan. The more you know. Enjoy the easter egg porn. xx
Those were all the vegan ones I found (with the exception of the Free From ones which I’m sure you already know about).
And the following eggs are DEFINITELY NOT VEGAN (but looked like they might be). To avoid irritation, don’t buy these next ones if you’re after dairy free.
These last ones are definitely not vegan and you’d never think for a minute that they were, but they’re just lovely to look at, complete Easter egg porn, so I thought I’d share them with you. Who knows, maybe one day they’ll make them so I can eat them.
UPDATE (SUNDAY EVENING): I CHECKED IN THORNTON’S (like, their actual full shop with the cafe and the full range) AND NOT ONE SINGLE ONE OF THEIR EGGS OR EASTER CHOCOLATE TREATS ARE VEGAN. NONE OF THEM.
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