Where to Get Vegan Cream Eggs in Toronto


March 10, 2016

Danielle Height's cream eggBy Barbi Lazarus, Donor and Volunteer Resources Coordinator

Easter is almost upon us. For many years vegans have subsisted on whatever dark chocolate they could get their hands on in place of traditional giant, hollowed out chocolate bunnies or ooey gooey cream eggs. But, things have changed a lot these past few years. You know the explosion of vegan food options has hit a tipping point when there are so many places to get vegan poutine, vegan mac and cheese and vegan pizza that BLOG TO publishes articles naming the top five for all of them.

Enter: the vegan cream egg. Now available in so many places it will likely be difficult for you try them all this season. Here are the ones we’ve heard of so far, in alphabetical order. If you know of more, don’t hesitate to share!

Bunner’s Bake Shop: Kensington Market and the Junction

Home of the first vegan cream egg, these ones are giant and decadent.

D-Beatstro: Lansdowne and Bloor (featured in the photo at the top)

Take your chance at finding them available in the case for $2 each, or place an order by the dozen by emailing dbeatstro@gmail.com or phoning 416-53D-BEAT.

Danielle Height: Made in the west end (featured in the photo above)

Also being sold for $2 a piece. Email danielleheight@gmail.com to place an order.

Golden Apple/Urban Acorn's eggsGolden Apple: Liberty Village

They’ve advertised glorious looking decadent vegan cream eggs on their Facebook page, for $4.50 each. Phone or drop by to inquire.

Live on Chocolate: Raw Cream Eggs

These are being sold at The Big Carrot, Nature’s Emporium, Organic Garage and Goodness Me. Click here to see some images!

Urban Acorn Market: On Dupont in the Junction Triangle

Rumour has it they’ll be selling said cream eggs from Golden Apple in their shop starting next week!


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