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Vegan Cream Eggs just in time for Easter

Vegan Cream Easter Eggs

What is the only time of year that you will see vegans up and down the country eating eggs until their heart’s content? Easter of course, although no animals are harmed in the process.

Celebrators of Easter, and all the egg-shaped chocolate munching that’s associated with it, will be pleased to hear that you can now get vegan cream eggs.

Easter vegan cream egg

Many of us haven’t had the pleasure of being vegan all our lives, so we may remember what Cadbury’s Cream Eggs used to taste like. If you haven’t had one then think mega sweet chocolate egg with extremely sugary fondant filling – a kid’s dream!

So you can imagine our delight when we stepped into a vegan cafe in Warwickshire and found the vegan version of one of the best Easter treats on the market. Each packet of two chocolate eggs cost £3 (plus delivery) and contain 153 calories. 

Rachel Brooks is the vegan wizard behind the eggs and ever since she started making them they have been flying out of the door of The Garden Shed Cafe in Leamington Spa. 

Easter vegan cream egg

Our Easter egg verdict

These really are the real deal! OK, fair enough, it’s still not Cadbury’s chocolate, but the whole experience is still there, however you used to eat them. Personally we bite the top off and try and suck out as much of the filling as possible. The end result is that you are left with cream egg all over your hands and face – perfect! 

In addition, we have to note that our tastebuds have refined a wee bit through age and we were thankful that even the fondant isn’t as sugary or grainy as the Cadbury’s ones from our childhood.

Easter vegan cream egg

If you would like to get your hands on these delicious cream eggs then you can place an order directly from The Garden Shed Cafe, Leamington Spa on Tel: 01926 730776 and Rachel will deliver them straight to your door.

Did you know that you can also get vegan Ferero Rochers now also? And cruelty-free croissants from Ocado – things are definitely looking up!

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