Vegan Cadbury Egg Bowls

 If you have been following Fork & Beans for a while, you will note my love for holidays and foods that are shaped in celebration for it. Shoot, I have a section in my Recipes that is labeled Holidays so it’s needless to say that I love getting creative with my food when there is a holiday approaching.  Aside from Halloween (you should know that I am obsessed with Halloween!) Easter is my second favorite holiday to make food for. Why? I have no clue but I am assuming it has something to do with creating desserts that look like eggs maybe? I just plain ol’ love me an egg-shaped dessert.

Cadbury Egg Bowls: A chocolate shell filled with a coconut cream mousse and topped with a peach soaked in syrup.

When I feverishly created my Vegan White Chocolate Mousse recipe, I knew immediately how I was going to use it. In fact, I created it *just* for these Vegan Cadbury Egg Bowls. I’m not even exaggerating when I say how excited I was to assemble them. Every phase to making these made me giggle like a little school girl…

Vegan Cadbury Egg Bowls - Fork & Beans

 How to create the Edible Non-Dairy Chocolate Bowls:

Melt your chocolate (if you need tips of chocolate-making, this post is just for you) in a heat-safe bowl.

Lightly blow up a balloon and tie it to secure. I prefer cleaning and drying off the balloon at this point (no need for the taste of latex). Also, think about the radius of your blown-up balloon–you will be filling the bowl with 1/3 c. mousse so you don’t want it too big (I just blew in one small breath of air). OR use water balloons–they will be a good size once filled with air.

Gently dip the balloon into the bowl of melted chocolate, ensuring that the sides are coated as well.

Place on a wax paper-lined baking sheet and freeze for 20 minutes. Make sure that the chocolate is fully set otherwise when you pop the balloon the bowl will cave in.

Once the chocolate has set, pop each balloon and carefully remove it from what is now the edible bowl. If you are having difficulties removing the balloon, just be patient and gentle with it, moving it back and forth until completely removed.

Place back into the freezer until you are ready to serve.

Vegan Cadbury Egg Bowls - Fork & Beans

Prepare your vegan white chocolate mousse and have the canned apricot or peach ready (I used a 1 1/2″ round cutter for the perfect size for the yolk) so you can immediately fill the edible chocolate bowls because you are not going to want to wait any longer to eat up these super festive Vegan Cadbury Egg Bowls. Eeeeeeeeee….aster!

Vegan Cadbury Egg Bowls - Fork & Beans

Vegan Cadbury Egg Bowls
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A fun Easter dessert to share with your family. A chocolate edible bowl filled with a vegan white chocolate mousse and an apricot--a sure crowd pleaser!
Serves: 6 Cadbury Egg Bowls
  • 1 recipe Vegan White Chocolate Mousse
  • 6 Edible Non-Dairy Chocolate Bowls (see above for the directions)
  • 6 canned apricots or peaches, cut into small circles (use a 1½" round cutter)
  1. Fill the chocolate bowls with about ⅓ c. of the mousse.
  2. Place the apricot on top.
  3. Dessert is served!

Can you tell how airy, decadent, and creamy that mousse is??

Vegan Cadbury Egg Bowls - Fork & Beans


Happy vegan egg making, friends!




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  1. This looks so amazing :) and your blog is full of great recipes. I just bought my self a blander so I can make more vegan meals. Will definitely try some of yours recipes.
    Thanks Cara

  2. Brilliant!!!!! You are a freakin’ genius – using apricots for the yolks, say whaaaaat!

  3. You are so talented! This is just fabulous :) I didn’t know there were such a thing as canned apricots! How peculiar! Boy they do look exactly like egg yolks :)

  4. Sarah Auzina says:

    I love these! So cute! I never would have thought apricot for the yolk. I was sure you did some kitchen alchemy with potions and powders and such, and the yolk was going to be some encapsulated goo of some sort. I like the apricot idea even better!

  5. My wife is alergic to eggs and I was making fun with her that she can eat that kind of eggs. This looks so delicius and the idea si so innovative!
    Thanks for sharing.

    • Haha. Bostjan, I love how you poke fun at the wifey–I hope she enjoys the heck out of these eggs! xo

  6. No effing way. This is the cutest & most delicious sounding Easter treat I have ever heard of!

  7. Never would of guessed that the yolks were apricots, how clever!

  8. I love this Cara and so excited to make these for my kids. Thank you!

  9. wooow what a great idea of making a Chocolate Bowl :) Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  10. I agree that the apricots look amazing! Very creative.

  11. I can’t get over how yolk like the apricot is. Crazy!

    Looks yummy. I mean, c’mon, chocolate bowls?! Nice!

  12. these are insanely adorable..u better keep playing with your food. i don’t know what the world would do without you!:) xx

  13. You are seriously the cutest. I would love to play in your kitchen. Your mind is so creative!

  14. So cute! You really think outside the box Cara, what a great idea to use apricots, I love this recipe!

  15. These are so adorable. YOU are adorable! Thet should be put up on the Instructables web site for fun food options. Chocolate bowls are so much fun. You should make a couple of double or triple strength ones, fill them with goodies and seal with more chocolate. Your nieces would go bananas. Heck, I’d go bananas. You do know Caitlin and I have wedding anniversaries next week right? Just sayin’ :-)

    • Chocolate bowls ARE so much fun! It was my first time doing them and I was so excited that I figured out how to do them but then disappointed when I realized that I wasn’t the first person to think of it. Womp womp. ha! Sending you an anniversary bowl… xo


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