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{Paleo & Vegan} Healthy Cadbury Eggs


Cadbury Eggs were an Easter tradition growing up as a kid, and I  absolutely loved them. We usually only got one or two Cadbury Eggs in our Easter basket, so we preserved them and saved them until we were ready to devour them!

Fast forward to now, and I honestly can’t remember the last time I had a Cadbury Egg. Yes, they were a fun tradition growing up, but as I have become more health conscious, I’ve decided to ditch the Cadbury Eggs and choose healthier options instead.

I am so happy to say that I have found a homemade – Paleo and Vegan – version of Cadbury Eggs! It’s still candy, but a much healthier option than what Cadbury has to offer. This is something I wouldn’t mind eating or allowing my kids to eat every year for Easter.

This recipe for healthy Cadbury Eggs have no artificial flavors or coloring and no processed or artificial sugars. Yes…candy can be made with real ingredients and still be yummy candy!

Healthy Cadbury Eggs



Chocolate Egg Shell: 

½ cup all natural dark chocolate chips or chocolate pieces

1 ½ teaspoon coconut oil


1 egg white (see an egg free filling option at the bottom of this page if you cannot eat eggs!)

¼ cup pure honey or other sweetener of choice

2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract

pinch of sea salt

egg mold (you can get these at craft stores, party stores, kitchen stores, online, etc.)

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