Take a look at most chocolate or candy bars and you will see the ingredients include milk. So what kind of Easter chocolate do you get for a chocoholic who also happens to have a milk allergy? Here are some excellent options:
Amanda’s Own– Chocolates including bunnies, eggs, lollipops and bars free of dairy.
Amore Di Mona -A DairyFreeGina approved brand. The most decadent chocolate you will find on the planet free of dairy, soy, gluten, tree nuts, and peanuts
Chocolate Emporium- Vegan chocolates – look for the chocolate Easter bunnies and eggs
Divvies- Vegan and nut free chocolates with a special Easter collection.
Eating Evolved – Vegan, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Soy Free, Refined Sugar Free, Paleo
Gnosis Chocolates – Certified Vegan, Kosher and Organic, also free of gluten and soy . Look for the chocolate eggs for Easter.
Lagusta’s Luscious Chocolates– Vegan handmade artisan chocolates including bunnies, eggs, and more.
Moo Free Chocolates – Vegan chocolate eggs, bunnies and bars in various flavors. Free of dairy, egg, wheat, gluten, fish and shellfish. May contain tree nuts and soy.
Natural Candy Store – Online retailer for bunnies, jelly beans, food color for Easter eggs, and baking decorations. Be sure to look for the dairy free items .
Nibmor -Better for you chocolate that’s Fair Trade, vegan, non-GMO, Organic and Gluten Free.
No Whey – 100% Milk Free, Tree Nut Free, Gluten Free, Egg free, Soy Free, and contain no artificial sugars or flavoring. Check out it’s special Easter shop.
Rescue Chocolates – Vegan Chocolates with profits going towards helping animals in need. Look for the chocolate Easter bunnies.
Sweet and Sara – Vegan Peeps and oh so cute!
Vegan Essentials – Online retailer approved by DairyFreeGina. All products sold are Vegan. Check out the Easter Shop.
Zimt – Completely Vegan and delicious chocolates, plus chocolate covered popcorn
What dairy free chocolates do you like? Share in our comments section.