Dairy Free Christmas Chocolate Selection Box

the vegan kind christmas choco

Now I am not a vegan, I am however lactose intolerant, semi vegetarian, so when I saw Gemma from the blog www.hellogemma.com talk about The Vegan Kind’s Christmas Selection Box on Twitter, I immediately ordered one for my self, to indulge in around christmas.

I had been buying so many different Christmas chocolates for my husband, friends and visitors, that I was literally considering taking the consequence and eating some, as the temptations was just starting to become to great. I just wanted chocolate that was like the Christmas chocolate I was buying for others. So this box made me so Happy!

The selection box is now out of stock at vegan kind, but I am sure you will be able to find some of these chocolates on other websites or in some health food shops.

The box contained:

1 x Vego Mini Bar
1 x Ichoc Choco Cookie Bar
1 x Sarelle Bar
1 x Almighty Foods Mindful Mylk Bar
1 x Vivani Mini White Chocolate Nougat Crisp Bar

I have now gotten use to eating darker chocolate and on occation I buy some Ombar Mylk Buttons, so I can definitely taste that I am not used to eating sweeter chocolates, but I have to say that I have had a small piece of each bar and they are all delicious.

My favourite is definitely the Ichoc Choco Cookie Bar, as it has a great balance of “milk” chocolate that is balanced out by the dark chocolate cookie pieces.

The Vego Mini Bar (which is in no way mini) is like Nutella in a bar form and the Sarelle Bar is like Ferrero Rocher in a bar form, so both are great if you have been missing hazelnut-chocolate chocolates.

Mindfull Mylk is very much like the Ombar Mylk chocolate, a very lovely “milk” chocolate, with a slight yoghurt chocolate taste to it.

And last the White Chocolate Nougat Crisp Bar, which is probably my least favourite, but purely because it is a bit to sweet for my changed tastebuds, but if you have been missing white chocolate crisp bars, then you will love this I am sure.

The box was £11 including shipping, so a really good deal I think, as I normally pay £2 for a small 35g mylk bar.

So Thank you Gemma and The Vegan Kind for making my Christmas a little more festive.

For more information on The Vegan Kind monthly subscription boxes, visit www.thevegankind.com

If you can’t get your hands on some of these dairy free chocolates, you can always make a portion of my peanut honeycomb pieces. You can find the recipe by clicking Here.