Raspberry Coconut Chocolate Eggs (Dairy-Free)

Raw, sugar-free, dairy-free chocolate eggs using 5 ingredients.

Raw Vegan Easter Egg Chocolates

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 raspberries (organic if accessible)
  • 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 (or cacao which is less processed) = high in antioxidants, may lower LDL cholesterol, can reduce high blood pressure, and may act as an antidepressant
  • raspberries = low glycemic load, high in antioxidants, high in fibre, may help lower inflammation

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Author: Dr. Dylan Cutler, Ph.D.

Dr. Dylan Cutler is the founder of Phruitful Dish. She's a holistic health content creator, vegan, athlete, feminist, social activist, and PCOS fighter. She obtained her Ph.D. in obstetrics and gynaecology specializing in PCOS management using nutrition, movement, and mindfulness. She resides in Victoria, Canada on unceded Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ territories.

55 thoughts on “Raspberry Coconut Chocolate Eggs (Dairy-Free)”

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

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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!

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

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

  8. 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!

  9. 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!

  10. 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.

  11. 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! 🙂

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