My Favorite Chocolates
With Easter and Mothers Day quickly approaching, I want to share with you which vegan chocolates I think are the most mouth-watering delicious!
Amore di Mona has insane caramel. They also make versions of caramel with fruit inside like cherries, which are also so fantastic. Their dark chocolate is really good but I preferred their caramel. Their chocolate is Fair Trade, organic, and uses raw agave nectar.
ChocAlive has delicious truffles. They are all good but I’d have to say my favorite is the pistachio flavor. ChocAlive is raw, vegan, gluten-free, and organic.
Chocolate Inspirations is so good its nuts. They have a whole section of vegan chocolates and brittles. The Artisan Italian Orange Bar and Artisan Organic Hummingbird Nectar Tea Bar are both crazy yum. Cinnamon Toast Toffee to cashew brittle to Peanut Butter Pillows, are they kidding me??? The english toffee is absolutely scrumptious as well.
Concious Chocolate makes the best raw chocolate I have ever had. It is creamy, soft, and extremely tasty. The company is organic, gluten free, and raw.
Nicobella Organics is dangerously good. The yummiest truffle flavor I have tried is the Walnut Flaxseed, but they are all so good! Nicobella uses Fair Trade and Organic ingredients.
Sweet and Sara makes super cute vegan goodies for Easter occasions. They have vegan marshmallow peeps and bunny shaped chocolate. Apart from the festive goods, I love the Chocolate Biscotti and Cinnamon Hazelnut is very good too.. Oh my goodness they are tasty… Also, their Peanut Butter Smore and Peppermint Bark Vanilla (might be just for xmas but) is SO good.
If you do indulge in some chocolate this Easter, I hope it’s some that is extremely delicious!
I am always on the look out for out-of-this-world yum vegan chocolate. Leave me a comment below with your must-try favorites!
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