We’ve found the best gluten-free Easter eggs — so you don’t have to

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It can be easily achieved for an egg-free that covers all bases.

But someone who is alone gluten free will probably still want a creamy, milky egg – so they don’t miss out on the chocolate.

Fortunately, there are plenty of gluten-free ones Easter egg options out there – and we’ve rounded up some of the best on the high street.

Add one of these to the cart – you’ll be thanked for your effort.

Of course, always read the label to double check.

Milkybar White Chocolate Small Easter Egg

A winner (Photo: Sainsbury’s)

Lifestyle writer Alice Giddings says this is one of her favorite eggs to receive.

“As a celiac, it can be very frustrating to be free of literally everything eggs every Easter,” she says.

‘I want to feel like I’m eating real chocolate. The Milky Bar egg is my favorite big brand gluten free egg because I ate them before I had to go gluten free.”

However, keep in mind that not all sizes of this product are gluten-free — so stick with the small and double-check the label.

Available at Sainsbury’s for £1.25.

Cadbury Twirl Easter Egg Large

A classic (Photo: Tesco)

You can’t go wrong with a Twirl egg, but keep in mind that it’s the large size.

The extra wide variety in Twirl Orange flavor is also gluten free.

Available from Tesco for £3.

Cluckie the White Choc Chick

Middle of the road for the team on this one (Picture: Tesco)

As part of our recent review of taste-tested eggswas judged a solid choice by our team of journalists.

One reviewer said, “It’s hard to get a vegan, gluten-free, wheat- and dairy-free white chocolate that tastes like the familiar melt-in-your-mouth Easter offerings (even if it’s shaped like a cute lilac ). girl) but Tesco is doing his best with this one.’

Available from Tesco for £3.50

Cadbury Mini Eggs Easter Egg 507G

Yum (Photo: Tesco)

An extra large egg that is safe for people with gluten intolerance.

Available from Tesco for £10.

Aero Peppermint Mint Chocolate Giant Easter Egg

A large egg with an extra treat (Photo: Asda)

Mint lovers, there’s an egg for you too.

Available from Asda for £4.50.

Galaxy Minstrels Milk Chocolate Large Easter Egg

A creamy, smooth option (Photo: Sainsbury’s)

Many of the major brands have gluten-free options, so going for an egg-free brand from the grocery store shouldn’t be your first port of call.

Available at Sainsbury’s for £3.

Green & Blacks Dark Chocolate Easter egg with a thick shell

Treat them (Photo: Green & Black)

Fancy? This egg is sure to impress and will delight any dark chocolate lover.

Available from Green & Blacks for £6.59.

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