Raw Vegan Easter Egg Chocolates
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Raspberry Coconut Chocolate Eggs (Dairy-Free)

Who doesn’t love an egg hunt? Dairy-free chocolate eggs are hard to come by, but very easy to make. Did you know eggs and bunnies are symbols of spring and fertility? According to Gaelic, Druid and Pagan beliefs, Eostre is the Goddess of Spring, Fertility and New Life, all beautiful things worth celebrating this weekend. So with just 5 ingredients and no baking required, you can whip these up tonight!

Raw Vegan Easter Egg Chocolate

Ingredients (makes 9):

  • ¼ cup melted coconut oil
  • ¼ cup unsweetened cocoa or cacao powder
  • ¼ cup unsweetened shredded coconut
  • 0.5 – 1 pint of organic raspberries
  • 2 tbsp maple syrup
  • mini muffin pan or chocolate mold

Raw Vegan Easter Egg Chocolate

How to:

  1. Melt coconut oil by warming its jar in a bowl of hot water.
  2. Use a food processor or blender to puree raspberries (or mash by hand).
  3. Pour raspberries into a small mixing bowl and add all other ingredients.
  4. Whisk until well-combined.
  5. Scoop spoonfuls into your mold or unlined muffin pan.
  6. Freeze overnight.
  7. In the morning use a knife to loosen the edges of each chocolate. They should pop out. If not, freeze for longer.
  8. Keep cool in freezer or fridge until eaten.

Raw Vegan Easter Egg Chocolate

PCOS Powers:

  • cocoa powder (cacao is even better) = high in antioxidants, may lower LDL cholesterol, can reduce high blood pressure, and may act as an antidepressant
  • coconut oilanti-inflammatory, may positively impact thyroid function, may improve cholesterol profiles by increasing HDL cholesterol, use is controversial in the scientific community due to high saturated fat content so I use in moderation
  • raspberries = low glycemic load, high in antioxidants, high in fibre, may help lower inflammation
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Raw Raspberry Coconut Chocolate Eggs

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Hi health-seekers and welcome! A bit about me: I'm a plant-based blogger, fitness lover, feminist, and full-time doctoral student living in Vancouver, Canada on unceded Coast Salish territory. As a research scientist, I study the effects of lifestyle (nutrition, exercise and mental health) on PCOS and women's reproductive health.

54 Comments

  1. Great healthy Easter treat! Beautiful presentation too🐰

    1. Thank you, Mom! And thank YOU for the mini egg mold and cupcake liners! 💐

  2. Mmm, heck yes. I love berries and chocolate together, and adding coconut to the mix sounds wonderful.

  3. These look delicious! I love raspberry and chocolate together 🙂 They would be a great treat for any holiday just using a different mold!

    1. Exactly! The raspberry was a last minute “what do I have lying around I could add” decision! 🙂

  4. These look amazing! I wish I’d seen this recipe before Easter 🙂 I’m pinning it to try out later!

    p.s. I would love to collaborate with you at some point, I’m loving your recipes!

    1. Yay! The awesome part is that you can make them in any mold! I am all for a collab! I’ll message you. 🙂

    1. Thank you! I can say they certainly were.

  5. These look delicious! I love hearing how people come up with these things!

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  7. Those eggs sound so good. I can’t wait to make these.

  8. These look delicious. I cant wait to try the recipe.

  9. Raspberries and coconut are two of my favorites–thanks for this great recipe that combines them both! I started eating raw in 2008 and this is definitely a recipe that I will try.

  10. Yes, please. I’ll have one of the zig zag ones. 🐇

  11. These look really tasty!

  12. My favourite chocolates are those with a sweet filling, as it cuts through the bitterness of the dark chocolate and gives balance to the overall taste and texture.

  13. This is a perfect treat for Easter! I look forward to trying this

  14. I love that these are vegan. Now I can have chocolate on a vegan diet.

  15. Great treats for those with allergies in my family. I’m always grateful to find new recipes for them!

  16. Wow it looks so good and yummy. Thanks for sharing, i will try this for sure

  17. I want to try these dairy-free chocolate eggs. They look delicious and healthy too. I do not like dairy because it upsets my stomach.

  18. I would want to have these chocolates because they are dairy free. And you mentioned that cocoa can reduce LDL? wow, this is what I really needed 🙂

  19. These sound so delicious! I need to make these asap. I bet my children would even love them!

  20. These sound good! I love the combination of chocolate and raspberries! This recipe is awesome because of the healthy benefits we can get from the ingredients.

  21. I definitely knew about the egg part. Lol. These look awesome. Nice work

  22. I love these! They’re so pretty. I’m sure they’re delicious too.

  23. These look SO yummy! I’m not a huge fan of store bought Easter candy but these, oh man, I’d totally devour them!

  24. Yum – those look super delicious and healthy! I love raspberries, and think they gave such great color to these chocolate eggs. Thanks for sharing!

  25. You got me at coconut! I love anything coconut and this looks like a nice yummy treats for Easter.

  26. That sounds so good. I love the combination of raspberry and chocolate. I’m sure these taste amazing. I love that you only need 5 ingredients!

  27. These look good. I am going to have to make some and try them for myself!

  28. This is my first time to see this kind of combination. Looks interesting and maybe the taste too. Good thing it sugar free!

  29. This is a good vegan snack that is both tasty and healthy at the same time.

  30. This is a great alternative to a healthier treat. I have to give them a try. Thanks for the recipe.

  31. These look pretty good. Great presentation as well!

  32. These look and sound delicious! I might have to make them and see what the family thinks.

  33. I eat paleo and only eat unrefined sugar so these are perfect – I’ve been looking for an Easter egg equivalent for ages! Will have to whip up a batch this weekend!

  34. I was only saying today how I wish I could find a dairy free recipe for Easter eggs! Thank-you so much for sharing this!

    1. How wonderful! I know holidays can be tricky with loads of festive treats to choose from, but not necessarily friendly to our own different needs!

  35. i had one thing in mind going through this post, can i have some, can i have some. great steps for it and good to know that even some little meals can go a long way in filling that hunger.

    1. I think your response is the kind a recipe creator would hope for! Yippee! Thank you.

  36. When I first read the title I was thinking it was for breakfast eggs and thought, That’s different! haha! These look so yummy and easy to do!

    1. Haha oops! Is it misleading? I suppose I could’ve added “Easter” eggs in the title but I know not everyone celebrates Easter. Thanks for checking them out regardless! 🙂

  37. Nice …. I need some chocolate now.. it’s look so delicious

  38. Love the ingredients! These look so tasty.

    1. Thanks so much. I love thinking about each ingredient I use with an open mind about everyone’s needs. 🙂

  39. Thanks for sharing your new chocolate recipe.. Hope this spring will blessed me with a new life 🙂

  40. yum! These look so delicious! I must try them.

  41. Yum!! Those look really tasty!! Perfect treat for Easter!

  42. Absolutely great recipe, and really sweet way to make Easter even better xo

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  43. Well, well just when you thought you had seen them all. This is all new to me

  44. How cute for the holiday. Very nice!

  45. These sound amazing! I have a had a few dairy free chocolates and loved them! Thanks for sharing

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