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postheadericon Vegan Treats Easter Basket Review

VEGAN TREATS Easter Basket Review


I ordered “The Ultimate Lucky Bunny” basket from

*I was not paid or given free product  for my review.

WOW! These were some of the tastiest Easter Chocolates that I have ever encountered… and believe me when I say that I scour the internet and health food stores for delicious Vegan Chocolate.

I received the box only days after ordering, and for the sake of being able to review them before Easter I HAD to dig right in. Not only were these chocolates some of the tastiest that I’ve had, they were also BEAUTIFUL! Each piece looked like a masterpiece filled with deliciousness!

As stated on the Vegan Treats description the basket includes:

  • 1 bunny buddy box containing two betterfinger bars – I never thought I would get to taste these again – they were spot on!
  • VT (2) (Medium)
  • 1 pack of twin caramel cookie bars – these “twix” imitations were delicious, but I would have loved the caramel to be a bit creamer
  • 1 pack of twin peanut butter cookie bars – Yum.
  • VT (3) (Medium)
  • 1 foil-wrapped chocolate egg filled with handmade coconut cream encased in our Swiss dark chocolate – One of my FAVORITES. These were so good, I could have eaten 50 of them!!! Seriously – how do I get more???
  • VT (6) (Medium)
  • 1 foil-wrapped chocolate egg filled with peanut butter cream encased in our Swiss dark chocolate – Yum
  • 1 white chocolate bunny pop – this is the first vegan white chocolate that was really tasty – most of the “white chocolate” I’ve tried previously have had more of a waxy feel. These were amazing and reminded me of the White chocolate I had as a child.
  • VT (10) (Medium)
  • 1 swiss chocolate bunny pop – Yum.
  • 1 carrot bag filled with eight handmade milk chocolate eggs – Yum.
  • 1 pink box containing two chocolate speculoos bunnies – Oh My Gosh – I was not expecting the burst of delicious flavor and addictive taste of these. I’ve never tasted speculoos before – and apparently I’ve been missing out. One of my FAVORITES!
  •   VT (4) (Medium)VT (11) (Medium)
  • 1 bag of five swiss chocolate and five white chocolate bunnies – Yum.
  • VT (9) (Medium)
  • 1 bag of six passion fruit swiss chocolates – These were so beautifully decorated that I was hesitant to eat them. These were very good, even though I’m not really a fan of fruit flavors with chocolate.
  • VT (8) (Medium)
  • 1 bag of four veganbury eggs – One of my FAVORITES… these lived up to all my hopes and dreams of a vegan cream egg. Well done!!! (see comparison below)
  • VT (7) (Medium)

I also had to compare the two different types of vegan cream eggs…

vs. (Medium)

The left one is from Premium Chocolatiers and is good. They use a sweeter chocolate that is more like milk chocolate, but as you can see the cream is my smaller and harder. The Vegan Treats version oozed out and reminded me exactly of the Cadbury version I had as a kid. The chocolate is darker and more of a shell. It. Was. Amazing.!!!!!vs. (2) (Medium)

Now for the cons. The web site does not offer individual items for sale. I would LOVE to pick and choose which chocolates and how many I want. I assure you that I would have doubled (or tripled) up on some of these if given the chance. So PLEASE Vegan Treats… for those of us that don’t live within driving distance… offer more of your goodies online!!!!   I promise you will have a loyal following 😉

postheadericon MORE vegan Easter treats!

Not sure how I’ve missed this one… but I will be ordering to review ASAP!!!!

How awesome does this sound:

Included in every box:

  • 1 bunny buddy box containing two betterfinger bars
  • 1 pack of twin caramel cookie bars
  • 1 pack of twin peanut butter cookie bars
  • 1 foil-wrapped chocolate egg filled with handmade coconut cream encased in our Swiss dark chocolate
  • 1 foil-wrapped chocolate egg filled with peanut butter cream encased in our Swiss dark chocolate
  • 1 white chocolate bunny pop
  • 1 swiss chocolate bunny pop
  • 1 carrot bag filled with eight handmade milk chocolate eggs
  • 1 pink box containing two chocolate speculoos bunnies
  • 1 bag of five swiss chocolate and five white chocolate bunnies
  • 1 bag of six passion fruit swiss chocolates
  • 1 bag of four veganbury eggs

postheadericon VEGAN EASTER TREATS!

Some of the best Easter treats are also Vegan!  For so many years, if you chose to be Vegan it meant “going without” certain things and traditions…. but now… almost everything has a vegan version!!!   (not to be confused with “healthy” but most certainly “yummy”)


Some of my favorites:

  1. Premium chocolate:

offers a wide variety of Easter treats that you can’t live without.

Like the vegan version of Cadbury cream eggs:

Cream VEGGs

Chocolate (and white chocolate- I know vegan white chocolate!) bunny pops !!!

Lollipop - Wheelbarrow Bunny



  1. Divvies:   

Offers some delicious solid bunnies –

and while there you should also order Chocolate Brownie Cookie Sandwich with Vanilla Filling just because they are awesome!


  1. VeganEssentials:

is always a great place to stalk up on vegan treats:

Organic Chocolate Easter Basket with Bunny and Eggs by Sjaaks







  1. Sweet & Sara:

Vegan “peeps” & Vegan chocolate covered marshmallow bunnies – straight from your childhood!!

Sunny: Chick Veep [1 pc]Skipper: Chocolate Marshmallow Rabbit 8

  1. Sjaak’s :


always has some yummy vegan treats.. and special ones for Easter

like the pb crunch egg:


Caramel filled chocolate eggs:


And some solid chocolate eggs


  1. Rose City Chocolatier

If you like hazelnut truffles (or pb filled easter eggs)… these are the perfect ones for you!

vegan chocolate easter bunnyvegan chocolate


  1. The Natural Candy Store:

Offers a variety of chocolate and other candy Easter treats.

Allergy-Friendly Dark Chocolate Smiling BunniesEaster Bunny Lollipop

postheadericon Cinnamon-Apple Muffins

muffin (Medium)

1 ½ C Flour

¾ C Sugar

1 ½ tsp baking powder

1 tsp cinnamon

½ C non-dairy milk (I used almond unsweetened)

1/3 earth balance butter

1 Tbs flax

3 Tbs water

1 apple, chopped


Heat oven to 375. Mix and bake for 20 mins.

postheadericon Oatmeal-flax-chocolate chip cookies

IMG_6228 (Medium)

Oatmeal Cookies

½ Cup Earth Balance butter – softened

¾ Cup brown sugar

½ Cup maple syrup

2 Tbs ground flax + 6 Tbs water

1 tsp vanilla

1 ½ Cup flour

1 tsp baking soda

1 tsp cinnamon

Dash of salt

3 Cups of Oats


½ Cup Chocolate Chips

½ Cup Nuts (I used hazelnuts)

unsweetened coconut


Other seeds


Heat oven to 350.

Mix all ingredients except oats and optional stuff

When well mixed, add in oats & other toppings

Bake for 10 mins

postheadericon Bannana “Ice Cream”


– Slice and freeze bananas

– Let defrost for about 10 mins

– Blend in food processor….. and EAT!

– After banana’s are blended & the consistency of soft serve – other ingredients can be added and blended in (chocolate/almond butter is yummy)

– Re-freeze for a harder “ice cream”

postheadericon Strawberry Oatmeal Squares

Strawberry Oatmeal Squares

1 ½ C Flour
1 ½ C Oats (quick cooking)
2/3 C Sugar
½ tsp Baking powder
¼ tsp salt
½ tsp cinnamon

¾ C vegan Margarine melted
1 vegan egg replacer
2 tsp Vanilla extract
1 14oz jar Strawberry preserves (or any other fruit you’d like!)
½ Coconut flaked

– Mix all dry ingredients (except coconut) together in large bowl (bowl 1)
– Add margarine & vanilla, stir
– set aside 1 ½ – 2 Cups (into bowl 2)
– Add egg replacer to bowl 1
– press mixture from bowl into baking pan
– spread preserves over crust
– Add coconut to mixture that you set aside (bowl 2)
– sprinkle over preserves
– Bake at 350 for 40 mins

postheadericon REVIEW: Vegan Samoas Recipe

REVIEW: Vegan Samoas

Recipe found on VegNews:


Well, after 5 hours of mixing, baking, waiting, heating, stirring, coating, waiting…. I’d say these cookies are good.  Not great, not bad, but good.   Would I happily eat and enjoy them – yes!  Would I spend the time and effort to make them a second time – definitely not!

postheadericon Vegan Coconut Cake with Strawberry frosting

Vegan Coconut cake

¾ C Sugar

2 ¼ C Flour

1 tsp Baking powder

1 ½ non-dairy milk (I used Almond)

¼ C + 1 Tb melted vegan margarine (I use Earth Balance)

1 tsp vanilla

½ C Shredded coconut


Preheat oven to 350

Mix together: Sugar, flour, baking powder

Add in: Milk, margarine and vanilla while stirring

Fold in coconut

Bake for about 40 mins.



Vegan Strawberry frosting

1 C frozen or fresh strawberry

1 T water

2 C Powered Sugar

2T margarine


In a small pan, bring strawberries & water to a simmer.  Cook for about 10 mins.  Place in food processer with sugar and margarine…. Blend!


postheadericon Vegan Popcorn Balls

Vegan Popcorn Balls

1 large bowl filled with popped popcorn

1/3 Cup Agave Syrup

1 TB vegan margarine (Earth Balance)

2 Tb cold water

1 Cup Powdered Sugar

½- 1 Cup Vegan marshmallows

–          In a saucepan over med-low heat mix together all the ingredients (expect popcorn).  Sir continuously until mostly smooth.

–          Pour mixture over popcorn and mix evenly

–          Wait until mostly cool and then shape into balls.