Would you like to win some delicious chocolate treats from The Raw Chocolate Company just in time for Christmas?
Of course you would!
The Raw Chocolate Company wants to give one lucky reader of dairy free kids a Bundle of their Chocolatey treats.
Their chocolate should suit most of ye – it is dairy-free, soy-free, gluten-free, kosher, fairtrade, organic andvegan.
The range contains chocolate bars and many raw chocolate covered berries and nuts. The chocolate is made from cacao, cacao butter, coconut palm sugar. The only additions then are raw fruits, nuts or seeds. Most chocolate that we eat contains cocoa which is cacao which has been roasted and processed. Cacao doesn’t go through the same process thus retains all its antioxidants which makes it better for you. It is lovely to find chocolate that is better for me, but does it taste as good?
They sent us some samples to try it out for ourselves! Raw Chocolate Goji Berries, Raw Chocolate Almonds, Salted Vanoffee Almond (my favourite!) Raw Chocolate Mulberries and Raw Vanoffee Mulberries. The chocolate covered berries and nuts were delicious, a realistic alternative to (traditional) sugar laden treats. The boys loved them. The 5 year old didn’t like the goji berries until I explained that they were like raisins. After explaining he tried again and couldn’t get enough of them then. I think the texture was funny, not what he was expecting. It would take me time to get used to raw chocolate, being a self-confessed chocoholic but these definitely give a good chocolate hit. I am on a quest to eat less processed, better for me foods and this ticks all the boxes.
In Ireland they are available in The Health Store, Holland & Barrett & Nourish and other independent health stores. In the UK they are available in health food shops, delis and coffee shops. There is also a list of UK stockists on their site.
These would make a fab delicious yet healthier addition to anyone’s Christmas stocking! 🍬
For your chance to win, all you have to do is to tell me about your favourite dairy free treat for Christmas time. Comment below or enter over on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram by commenting on the competition post.
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