Where to Find Vegan Easter Treats in Melbourne This Year!

You and your family will be spoilt for choice this Easter in Melbourne. Whether you’re searching for vegan Easter eggs or vegan hot cross buns, or if you’re looking for a new and fun Easter present idea, then have a look at what’s on offer. There are plenty of ideas so you can spoil your vegan loved ones over the Easter weekend.

Vegan Chocolate Eggs and Blocks

The Vegan Grocery Store

The Vegan Grocery Store has the biggest range of Australian and international Easter chocolate including a limited Easter edition of Booja Booja and Treat Dreams Easter gift packs.

If you place your order online, finalise your order by April 10 so you get your vegan Easter treats in time. Or, you can shop in-person. The Vegan Grocery Store will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Sunday but open Easter Saturday 10am to 5pm. They’re open during regular business hours leading up to Easter.

The Vegan Grocery Store, 124 Johnston Street Fitzroy Victoria 3065

Photo credit: The Vegan Grocery Store

Ethika Life

Ethika Life is 100% vegan and cruelty free. The online shop was created because the founders had a desire to do better for animal welfare, for the planet, and for the health of all beings. Simply put, Ethika Life wants to make a difference.

You, too, can make a difference by purchasing your vegan Easter treats online via their website. There are a range of treats to choose from – vegan Easter eggs, blocks of vegan chocolates and other vegan chocolatey treats. They are based in Melbourne’s outer east so your order should reach you in time before the Easter holiday.

Vegan Chocolatey Treats

Choc Chip Hip

Choc Chip Hip make New York style Cookies with a wholesome twist. All cookies are plant-based and made with wholefoods. You can even contact them for vegan-friendly custom fondant sugar cookies.

Though for Easter, try ordering their special Easter Box containing carrot cake cookies, white Biscoff cookies, triple-choc cookies and hot-cross spiced balls. Or you can DM them for a customised box or to pre-order a set box for pick-up or delivery. You can order then arrange pick-up on April 11 and 16. Click this link for online ordering details, requests for special dietary requirements and pricing.

Photo credit: Choc Chip Hip

The Hemp Soft Serve Company

The Hemp Soft Serve Company was born to create hemp soy soft serve with the difference of not using coconut milk in the recipe. Hemp is a versatile seed that creates a smooth and tasty icecream. Make the Easter Sunday meal a memorable one with a take-home tub of The Hemp Soft Serve Company dessert.  Their chocolate flavours are Chocolate, Choc Mint, Choc Hazelnut, Choc Banana and Choc Pineapple. Place your order through the usual meal delivery services online or grab some in-person at their outlet in Heidelberg West.

The Hemp Soft Serve Company, 20 Culverlands Street Heidelberg West Victoria 3081.

Photo credit: The Hemp Soft Serve Company

The Vegan Dairy

The Vegan Dairy is located on the Mornington Peninsula, and they make all of their own vegan cheeses, butters, and crèmes. Their vegan products are delicious and kinder to the environment.

Having a vegan dipping crème to enjoy on Easter Sunday is a decadent way to celebrate. Buy a jar of vegan chocolate crème, some vegan sweet biscuits and fresh strawberries and you have a luxurious treat to enjoy with a loved one, or yourself.

Place an order online (pending deadlines), or you can find a jar at your nearest stockist in and around Melbourne.

The Compassionate Kitchen

Here’s another way you can spend the four days of Easter – binging on The Compassionate Kitchen’s Binge Box. The award-winning vegan cake makers have now created the ultimate chocolate box for you to enjoy. Indulge on chocolate ganache, marshmallows, cookie dough balls, brownie bites and more! Place your order online for all the vegan chocolatey goodness.

Vegan Hot Cross Buns

Vegan hot cross buns are all that is sweet and good on Good Friday. These spiced and sweet buns, usually made with fruit and marked with a cross on the top, should be devoured on Good Friday. Though, you can still buy them around Melbourne before then. Just remember to place your order early. Here are the best places around Melbourne where you can buy your supply. I dare you to wait until Good Friday to eat them!

Photo credit: Mister Nice Guy’s Bakeshop

Mister Nice Guy’s Bake Shop

The all-vegan bakeshop haven Mister Nice Guy’s Bakeshop is already baking vegan hot cross buns. They’re available to pick up in a pack of six in-store or you can place an order for yours in advance. Orders can be taken in-store, too. Boxes of six are already available and ready to go.

Mister Nice Guy’s Bake Shop 151 Union Road Ascot Vale Victoria 3032

Smith & Daughters

Smith & Daughters will be pumping out yummy vegan hot cross buns this year. You’ll be able to buy traditional or chocolate flavoured buns which will go nicely with a slab of vegan margarine on top once you toast them.

Smith & Daughters, 107 Cambridge Street Collingwood Victoria 3066

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