Leave the Kinder, here are 6 chocolate, easy and 100% plant-based Easter recipes

Who says Easter, says egg hunt… and especially chocolate! Of all shapes, sizes and flavors, chocolate products are undeniably the stars of this Catholic holiday. But for people on a vegan diet, it is not always easy to find happiness in the stores. So if you want to treat yourself on April 27 without having to look up the ingredient lists of industrial chocolates, opt for homemade. We present you 6 easy, 100% plant-based chocolate recipes that will delight young and old alike… So get to your stove!

Chocolate “surprise egg”

It is definitely THE best-selling chocolate for the Easter holidays: the surprise egg. Gourmet and playful, because it contains a “surprise”, this sweet is greatly appreciated by children… and it is very easy to reproduce at home. Most ? Doing it at home allows you to choose what to hide in the chocolate egg (for example, other chocolates or a small toy). The Youtube channel Sandra Fait Maison shows you how to make your own “Kinder Surprise” vegan egg with only two ingredients, available in organic stores:

  • 1 bar of vegan milk chocolate
  • 1 bar vegan white chocolate

For the recipe, it is ideal to have a silicone egg mold at home. In the video below you can see step by step how to make your surprise chocolate eggs:

Vegan Chocolate “Easter Nest”

Want a chocolate treat to share with family or friends? This “Easter nest” is what you need. Gourmet and original, this cake is very quick to make and requires no animal products. With its “nest” look, this dessert is sure to add some whimsy to your Easter meal. When it comes to decorating, let your imagination run wild… and get everyone involved! To make this vegan chocolate cake you need the following ingredients:

  • 200 g flour
  • 75 ml vegetable oil
  • 200 g caster sugar
  • 250 ml plant-based milk or water
  • 50 g bitter cocoa
  • 1 tablespoon white vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon baking soda
  • vanilla flavor
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • a little milk for the glaze

For decoration:

  • 100 g dark chocolate couverture
  • appetizer sticks
  • vegan chocolate eggs

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

Chocolate and coconut “Easter Bunny” macaroons

The “Easter Bunny” is an imaginary creature who, according to tradition, would hand out colored eggs on the eve of Easter morning. So what better way to celebrate this holiday than to prepare pastries in the shape of rabbits? On her blog, Delicaious offers a recipe for vegan, chocolate and coconut ‘rabbit’ macaroons. A refined and original recipe that will surprise your loved ones. To prepare these macaroons you will need:

Coconut macaron shells

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

chocolate ganache

  • 90 g dark chocolate
  • 90 g soy cream

To make your beautiful Easter macaroons, visit the Deliacious blog to discover the details of the recipe.

Chocolate cream in its edible eggshell

This cream dessert has it all: it is chocolate, has a special “Easter” decoration and above all it is served in a bowl that is also edible. Thanks to firm tofu and coconut cream, this vegan preparation has a firm yet melting texture and a delicious coconut aftertaste. Something to surprise all your guests, without using a single egg! To prepare this creamy and vegetable dessert you will need:

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

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

Small chocolate eggs “Kinder Shokobon” style

At Easter, the more eggs, the happier! So why not opt ​​for miniature eggs, to increase the pleasure of your taste buds and have more chocolates to hide around the house? This recipe from the blog Looking for flavors offers you the opportunity to reproduce the famous “Kinder Shokobons” in a vegetable version. Better for animals, for the planet and for your health (a priori, you’re less likely to get salmonella with vegan chocolate), these little gourmet eggs will delight young and old alike. To prepare them, you only need:

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

You can find the preparation instructions on the blog Looking for flavors.

Easter pop cakes

They are not eggs, but their shape is similar. The “pop cakes” are nothing but cake balls planted on a stick, like lollipops. Playful, original and infinitely adaptable, these pastries are very easy to prepare… and also quick to eat, as they can be devoured in one bite. To make your own vegan Easter “pop cakes” you will need:

  • 125 g brown rice flour
  • 125 g teff flour (found in organic stores)
  • 150 g sugar
  • 50 g potato starch
  • 50 g vegetable margarine
  • 3 soy yogurts
  • 1 packet gluten-free baking powder (7g)
  • 1 bar of dark chocolate
  • 4 tablespoons rice or soy milk

Signed this recipe Because Gus can be found on his website or watch it on video:

There you go, all you have to do is go to the kitchen to get ready for D-Day! Did you like this article? Discover 5 tutorials to make a personalized Easter decoration.

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