do you celebrate the holiday of Chocolate Easter Bunnies when you know someone with a dairy allergy? Since most chocolate contains milk or some derivative of it, you may think it’s impossible but it’s not! Here are some ideas for a Dairy Free Easter.
Premium Chocolatiers sells a complete line of dairy free chocolates and many are Easter themed! Its chocolates are sold in stores across the U.S. and online and contain no dairy, no nuts, no gluten and no eggs.
My favorite and most delectable chocolates come from Amore di Mona. While notEaster themed, no one will mind when they taste these dark chocolates and caramela that are all dairy free, vegan, gluten free, allergy friendly, non-GMO and free of preservatives and artificial ingredients. Order directly through the company or at Amazon. I especially love The Connoisseur Collection.
For children with dairy allergies or adults liking novelty items, fill their baskets with Easter themed pencils, erasers, paper and stickers. Many of these items can even be found at local dollar stores!
Easter plants make lovely gifts but if you have a cat or know someone with a cat, do not give them an Easter lily. Easter Lilies kill cats.
And if you are dying Easter Eggs this year, try an all-natural dye to enhance the experience. Check out this article from Delicious Living which gives complete instructions for using vegetable peels, fruits, and spices to make pretty eggs.
What are your favorite dairy free Easter treats? Share in our comment section.