Raw, Healthy, Vegan, Dairy Free Chocolate Easter Egg Recipe

We all know how hard it can be to stay on track with a healthy lifestyle when festive times like Easter come around, Chocolate is calling you and the grocery shops are filled with unhealthy temptations for you and your children.

Instead of giving in to the temptation of all the pretty packaged Easter eggs on display at the supermarket that are bad for your health and filled with a long list of ingredients you cant understand. This Easter we have the perfect chocolate recipe so you can try making your own guilt free treats that everyone can still enjoy.

Below is a easy, yummy and ideal Raw, Organic & Vegan Chocolate Easter Egg Recipe..
Make this healthy Easter Eggs at home with the kids and share with your family knowing you wont be punished with food regret days later. 
Natural, Dairy free and vegan choc treats you can make at home for the family. 


Organic, Paleo, Vegan and Dairy free Easter eggs


  • 80g organic raw coconut oil
  • 200g organic raw cacao butter
  • 240g of your choice of preferred sweetener.  Pick from Organic coconut nectar,  raw agave syrup, honey, maple syrup or another preferred sweetener
  • 8 tablespoons organic raw cacao powder
  • 1/4 Teaspoon vanilla paste or extract
  • Pinch of salt


Start by slowly melting the coconut oil and cacao butter in a heatproof bowl over a simmering pot of water. Make sure to stir them together to melt and combine. 

Add the 200g of cacao powder, 1/4 Tsp vanilla paste, a pinch of salt and 240g of the preferred sweetener to the bowl. Stir together using a spoon or use a whisk to  mix together the ingredients so everything is completely combined. 

Its time to get the easter chocolate mould's ready on a tray to start creating your chocolate eggs!

Once your the chocolate mixture is ready, Carefully pour the mixture and share the amount between your moulds.

If you prefer solid easter eggs, let them set in the fridge and if you are preparing your easter eggs well before hand than set chocolate in the fridge. If you are making this recipe and don't have much time, you can always speed up the process by putting the chocolate mould's into the freezer to set.

When they have had plenty of time to set and look ready then start by popping the easter eggs out of the mould. 

You can either leave the eggs hollow, fill them up with a nice treat, like a vegan mousse, some nuts or coconut before using some melted chocolate to fix and glue the 2 halves together.


Keep your easter eggs stored in the fridge in warm weather so they don't melt. They can be stored at room temperature if it is quite cool.

* To achieve the ideal raw chocolate, A food dehydrator is the perfect way to melt the cacao while keeping a consistent temperature.




Chocolate Easter Egg

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