You asked: Is any Easter candy vegan?

Milkless Easter bunnies, chocolate-filled plastic surprise eggs, and bunny-shaped chocolate lollipops (in both white and milk chocolate) are just a few of the vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, and peanut-free options available from No Whey.

Which Easter candies are vegan?

With a little research and a careful eye, you can fill your basket with all the vegan Easter candy your inner-bunny desires.

  • Jolly Rancher Jelly Beans. …
  • Moo Free Easter Bunnycomb Egg. …
  • Moo Free Organic Rosie Rabbit. …
  • Lake Champlain Dark Chocolate Carrot. …
  • Skittles Egg. …
  • SweetTarts – Chicks, Ducks & Bunnies.

Can vegans eat eggs?

Well, the short answer is yes! Unless they are vegan (meaning they don’t eat dairy products, eggs, or any other products which are derived from animals), some vegetarians do eat eggs and belong to a group known as lacto-ovo-vegetarians which according to the Vegetarian Society is the most common type of meatless diet.

Are Skittles processed with nuts?

Skittles, Starburst, and Lifesavers

While none of these candies contain nuts in their ingredients lists, check the packaging closely before consuming.

Which Easter eggs have no nuts?

Plamil (and Holland & Barrett) use a nut-free factory and are soya-free. Choices (as well as Tesco’s and Sainsbury’s) use soya lecithin and make no mention of nut allergies. Moo-Free – soya free but may contain traces of hazelnuts. NOMO aka Kinnerton – made in a nut-free factory.

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