How to Put Together an Easy Vegan Easter Basket

A little late to the Easter game this year? The big day is less than a week away, and if you’re reading this, maybe you haven’t stocked up on treats for your little ones (or big ones!) yet.

But don’t worry: We have your tips for a simple and sweet vegan Easter basket!

While it’s probably a little too late to order specialty items online (unless you’ve got Amazon Prime!) or road trip to Vegan Treats, you can still put together an awesome, all-vegan Easter basket from stuff found right at the local store.

Here are a few of our favorite finds from convenience stores, supermarkets, and more. Vegan candy is everywhere these days, so bring on the sugar rush!

Smarties Candy Rolls
This ethical, all-vegan candy company is co-run by an amazing, animal-loving lady boss, Liz Dee! These old school candies are as tasty as ever, and they make a super colorful addition to your sweet selection. The company also makes lollies, if you wanna mix it up!

Jolly Rancher’s Original Flavor Jelly Beans
For the jelly bean aficionado, these sugary treats come in strawberry, orange, blue raspberry, watermelon, grape, and apple flavors. They’re rainbow-hued and free from animal ingredients!

Sour Patch Bunnies
Sour Patch kids are awesome, but it’s nice to mix it up for Easter and throw some adorable animal-shaped candies in the mix. These bunny-themed versions of the classic sweet-and-sour candy are a perfect addition to anyone’s basket.

Ring Pop Easter Collection
Everyone’s favorite edible jewelry comes in Easter editions, so you can gift cutie-patootie blue raspberry bunnies to your favorite kiddo.

Swedish Fish Assorted Eggs
Soft and sweet, the Easter edition of these famous fish are egg-shaped and come in orange, lemon, lime and original Swedish Fish flavors.

Lindt’s Dark Chocolate Gold Bunny
It isn’t an Easter basket without chocolate, and this adorable Lindt bunny is “accidentally vegan,” so you can have all the indulgence with none of the cruelty to cows!

So, celebrate with compassionate candy this Easter!

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