Get out the Kinder, here are 6 chocolate recipes, easy recipes and 100% veggies for Easter

Who says Easter says egg hunt… and above all, chocolate! Of all shapes, sizes, and flavors, chocolate products are undoubtedly the stars of this Catholic holiday. But for people who follow a vegetarian diet, it is not always easy to find happiness in stores. So, if you want to treat yourself on April 27th, without having to hunt down industrial chocolate ingredient lists, opt for homemade instead. Here are 6 easy recipes of 100% vegan chocolate that are sure to delight young and old alike…so go to your stove!

Chocolate “Surprise Egg”

It’s definitely the best-selling chocolate of the Easter holiday: the surprise egg. Gourmet and fun, since it has a “surprise”, this sweetness is very much appreciated by children … And it is very easy to breed at home. the most? By doing this at home, you can choose for yourself what you will hide in the chocolate eggs (another chocolate or a small toy, for example). Sandra Fait Maison’s Youtube channel shows you how to make your own “Kinder Surprise” vegan egg with just two ingredients, available in organic stores:

  • 1 piece of vegan milk chocolate
  • 1 piece vegan white chocolate

As for the recipe, the ideal is to have a silicone egg-shaped mold at home. The video below shows you how to make your own surprise chocolate eggs step by step:

vegan chocolate “Easter nest”

Do you want a chocolate candy to share with family or friends? This “Easter Nest” is what you need. This gourmet and original cake, is very fast and does not require any animal products. With its “nest” look, this dessert is sure to bring some whimsy to your Easter meal. When it comes to decorating, you can unleash your imagination… and get everyone involved! To make this vegan chocolate cake, you will need the following ingredients:

  • 200 grams of flour
  • 75 ml vegetable oil
  • 200gm fine sugar
  • 250 ml vegetable milk or water
  • 50 g of bitter cocoa
  • 1 tablespoon white vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon baking soda
  • vanilla flavor
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • pinch of salt
  • A little milk for the glaze

For decoration:

  • 100 grams of dark chocolate
  • Appetizing sticks
  • vegan chocolate eggs

The different steps of the recipe are explained in the video below:

Chocolate and Coconut Macaroons “Easter Bunnies”

The “Easter Bunny” is a fictional creature that, according to tradition, distributes colored eggs on the eve of Easter morning. So what better way to celebrate this holiday than by preparing pastries in the shape of bunnies? On her blog, Delicaious offers a recipe for vegan, chocolate, and coconut macaroons. An original and refined recipe that will surprise your loved ones. To prepare these sweets, you will need:

Coconut husks macaroons

  • 75 g aquafaba
  • 90 grams fine sugar
  • 80g coconut flour (or coconut powder)
  • 80 grams icing sugar

chocolate ganache

  • 90 gm dark chocolate
  • 90 grams soy cream

To make this beautiful Easter dessert, head over to the Deliacious blog to discover the recipe details.

Chocolate cream in edible eggshell

This creamy dessert has it all: it’s chocolate, it has a special “Easter” decoration and, above all, it’s served in an edible shell as well. With a strong tofu and coconut cream, this vegan formula has a firm yet melting texture and delicious coconut taste. Something that will delight all your guests, without using a single egg! To prepare this creamy and vegan dessert, you will need:

  • 160g of firm tofu
  • 100 gm dark chocolate
  • 25 grams of sugar
  • 1 tablespoon cocoa powder
  • 200 ml vegetable cream or coconut milk
  • 8 grams of baker’s yeast
  • 2 pinch baking powder (optional)

You can watch the video below for the details of this Cosmo Cuisine recipe:

Small Chocolate Eggs, Kinder Style, Chocobon

On Easter, the more eggs, the happier! So why not opt ​​for mini eggs to increase the pleasure of your taste buds and have more chocolate to hide around the house? This recipe from the blog In Search of Flavors offers you a recreation of the popular “Kinder Shokobons” in a vegan version. Better for animals, the planet, and your health (obviously, you have a lower risk of catching salmonella with vegan chocolate), these gourmet little eggs will delight young and old alike. To prepare it, you will only need:

  • 50 gm vegan milk chocolate
  • 50 gm vegan white chocolate
  • 30 g hazelnut chips

Look for preparation instructions on the blog for flavors.

Easter pop cakes

They are not eggs, but their shape is similar. Cake pops are nothing but cake balls planted on a stick, like lollipops. Fun, original and endlessly customizable, these pastries are easy to prepare…and fast to eat too, as they can be eaten in one bite. To make your own vegan Easter cake pop, you will need:

  • 125gm brown rice flour
  • 125g teff flour (can be found in organic stores)
  • 150 grams of sugar
  • 50 gm potato starch
  • 50 gm vegetable ghee
  • 3 soy yogurt
  • 1 package of gluten-free baking powder (7 g)
  • One piece of dark chocolate
  • 4 tablespoons rice or soy milk

This recipe is signed because Gus can find it on his website or watch it on video:

There you go, all you have to do is go to the kitchen to be ready for D-Day! Did you like this article? Discover 5 tutorials for creating custom Easter decorations.

Leave a Comment