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Happy Bunny: 10 Delicious Vegan Easter Candy Recipes.

Easter is all about chocolate and treats. Do it cruelty-free this year and try these vegan candy recipes!

Homemade Vegan Easter Eggs

"There are a variety of places online where you can order vegan Easter candy, and finding vegan chocolate bunnies, chocolate eggs, or jelly beans-just like those you remember filling your Easter basket with as a child-is no longer difficult."

Peta offers a ton of vegan resources.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Easter Candy |

These look absolutely amazing. That chocolate peanut butter combo is the best.

Homemade Peppermint Patties | Pickles & Honey

"I've been meaning to try my hand at homemade mint patties since before Halloween, but this recipe got lost between my seasonal infatuation with pumpkin, eggnog, and all things Thanksgiving. There are a few peppermint patty variations out there, but many use cream cheese."

They would work well in an egg shaped most as well.

Cadbury Creme Eggs

"I am a Creme Egg junkie. Growing up, I used to steal them from my siblings' Easter baskets. For real. When I gave up animal products, this was one of the "sacrifices" I had to make. But to take this lying down? Never. I just had to find a homemade solution."

Don't miss out on that Creme Egg experience. Here is a cruelty free kind.

Easter "egg" sugar cookies

"So, I was trolling around the interwebs (as I do a bit too much), looking for inspiration for an Easter-themed baking project, when I saw these homemade vegan sugar cookies that someone had posted on Vegweb.com. They looked so pretty and Eastery, that I simply had to rip-off the idea and make my own."

Cookies are a great easter treat and easy to make!

Vegan Chocolate Candy Recipes - The Dinner-Mom

"Shhhh. I've been very busy assisting the Easter Bunny with vegan chocolate candy recipes. I help out every year because my daughter's basket must be peanut-free, soy-free, egg-free and dairy-free. In exchange, I always get a little extra dark chocolate. Below are some tips and inspiration for making home-made candy that are sure to get your creative juices flowing."

HOW TO: Make vegan, organic marshmallow Peeps for Easter

"Step 1: Gather Your Ingredients 1 3/4 cups organic sugar 1 cup water 3/4 cup organic light corn syrup 1/4 cup organic powdered sugar 4 tsp agar agar powder 1 tbsp organic vanilla 1 cup organic sugar natural food colorants Step 2: Soak the Agar Powder You will need to soak the agar powder in 1/2 ..."

Raw Dark Chocolate Cherry Cream Cups

"Ah, my love affair with dark chocolate cherry cordials. They were one of my favorite treats growing up, but being filled with sugar, HFCS, artificial flavors, and preservatives, I just simply chose not to consume them anymore. Sigh...It's for the best though because this recipe brings splendid news."

Swedish Vegan Chocolate Balls

"These classic Chocolate Balls is a Swedish no-bake sweet, served at birthdays, special occasions and as an everyday treat. This ball is rolled in something Swedes call Pearl Sugar, a rough cut type of sugar that won't melt, even if baked in the oven."

Easter Candy

"I had such grand intentions for Easter. There were going to be tiny egg-shaped carrot layer cakes (next year), and at least three kinds of homemade candy (someday). As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I was trying to come up with a perfect food-craft tradition to take the place of the traditional family egg dye."