If you're looking for other Easter gifts to buy, check out my very extensive Easter vegan gift guide!

Win a Vegan Easter Gift

If you're looking for other Easter gifts to buy, check out my very extensive Easter vegan gift guide!

One lucky winner will get the following vegan Easter gifts:

 

So Free Organic Dairy Free Milk Chocolate Alternative Mini Half Eggs

So Free Organic Dairy Free Milk Chocolate Alternative Mini Half Eggs

 

Buttermilk Choc Honeycomb Easter Egg

Buttermilk Choc Honeycomb Easter Egg

 

Moo Free Sea Salt & Caramel Easter Egg

 

So Free Organic Dairy Free White Chocolate Alternative Easter Egg & Bunny Bar

So Free Organic Dairy Free White Chocolate Alternative Easter Egg & Bunny Bar

 

Hotel Chocolat Hard-Boiled Easter Egg Mint Chocolate

Hotel Chocolat Mint 70% Dark Egg

 

Moo Free Dark 65% Easter Egg

Moo Free Dark 65% Easter Egg

 

Holland & Barrett Dairy Free Organic Egg with Bunny Shaped Bar

Holland & Barrett Dairy Free Organic Egg with Bunny Shaped Bar

 

Hotel Chocolat Free From 45% Cocoa Bunnies

Hotel Chocolat Free From 45% Cocoa Bunnies

 

holland and barrett organic egg

Holland & Barrett Organic Fairtrade Dairy Free Egg

 

Hotel Chocolat Big City Bunny Dark

Hotel Chocolat 70% Dark Big City Bunny

 

Montezuma's Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Mini Egg Bag

Montezuma's Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Mini Egg Bag

 

 

If you're looking for other Easter gifts to buy, check out my very extensive Easter vegan gift guide!


This competition is open to anyone anywhere in the world, but please note if you are outside of the UK, your prize might arrive after Easter.

29 COMMENTS

  1. The hardest thing to me about being a vegan is the lack of choice when out and about, it would be nice to see more vegan choices with more than one meal to choose from. It’s great to see more things being added all the time, but there is still a long way to go.

  2. The hardest part about being a vegan is when you are out for a meal or snacks there is often nothing suitable on the menus. It is easier at home as you can buy your own ingredients to make great meals. There does seem to be more awareness of veganism but the information seems slow to come down to cafes and restaurants

  3. Although I am not a vegan, I was hoping to surprise my very best friend
    who is vegan with one of these lovely Easter surprises. She is such a won-
    derful friend and I believe she deserves something special.

    Thank you for the chance to enter your exciting giveaway prize!

  4. cheese I miss cheese none of the vegan alternatives do it for me so cheese is the hardest thing about trying to be vegan

  5. Would just love this for my other half and I. We have had to cope with some illness the last few years and lack of finances!! But I love vegan products. White chocolate being my favourite and milk chocolate his!! Been veggie for years and now vegan.

  6. The hardest thing is having to answer the same stupid questions over and over again! “Isn’t it hard to eat enough protein?”, “Don’t you miss having a lovely juicy steak?”, etc. etc.

  7. The hardest thing about being a vegan is the criticism and snarky comments that you get from other people. I have to admit that it’s starting to become more accepted since being vegan has been popular and fashionable, but there is definitely still a stigma attached to it. The annoying thing for me, is that whilst the adult selection of vegan food in restaurants has grown dramatically in recent years, children’s menus are really far behind and you’re still lucky to even find vegetarian options. This underscores the message that we’ve received for the past 6 years, that kids shouldn’t be brought up vegan. My son is a very health 5 year old that has been vegan from birth. It would be lovely to treat him with this bundle!

  8. I am Vegetarian my Wife is Vegan, she finds it difficult to get desserts that don’t contain dairy, however over the years more products and restaurants are now catering for vegans.

  9. My 2 eldest grandchildren are Vegan as like my son & daughter in law it used to be much harder to get Vegan products but of late there are many more products on the shelf’s & restaurants menus. So no trouble getting Vegan Easter Eggs this year even though they are priced higher so winning would be amazing

  10. I think the hardest thing about being a vegan is eating gout- the selection is poor. Although the selection for vegetarians has improved I still think that most restaurants do not know how to properly cater for vegans

  11. When people bring me gifts or food I can’t eat or use. I feel really guilty saying they are no good. Especially when they don’t understand and say well they are suitable for vegetarians-

  12. I’m not vegan but we all try to eat healthily and I am entering this for my fiancee who has health issues so is trying to eat more vegan food. The hardest thing for us has been the cost. It’s so much cheaper or to get ‘unhealthy’ processed food.

  13. Eating out is the hardest thing about being vegan. It’s ok if you live in the city, but if you live in a small rural village it is hard to find anywhere that doesn’t only served meat/fish/cheese.

  14. Currently it’s being very new to bring vegan. Not because I want to eat things but I’ve found there are a lot of hidden ingredients in things I would have assumed were fine. The choice eating out doesn’t seem great either

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