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I’ve actually found this vegan Easter bunny for Â£9.95 which I thought was great value for money!
It’s still Â not very easy to find eggs without any dairy products in and I’ve spent a good couple of hours searching around for them. But one thing that people might not be aware of is that cocoa milk and butter isn’t actually a dairy product. I know it’s a stupid thing to say, but some people haven’t realised that yet. Although some chocolate retailers don’t put the full dietary information on their websites, it’s always good to look out for “milk powder”. Or you can usually just drop them a line, and although they’ll be busy at this time of year, they should be able to respond to you quickly enough.
Trying to find dairy Free Easter eggs isn’t the easiest thing in the world. What I have found is that probably best to go down the Booja Booja route as not only do they taste fantastic, but they look great too. They’re handmade and organic too. They’re not designed for kids however.
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