Take a look at most chocolate or candy bars sold at stores and you will see the ingredients include milk. So what kind of Valentine chocolate do you get for a chocoholic who also happens to have a milk allergy or who eats vegan? Here are some excellent options:
AMORE DI MONA – DairyFreeGina Approved Brand and my personal favorite – Your valentine will melt away with a gift from Amore Di Mona – these artisan chocolates are what dreams are made of. Dairy Free, Allergy and Diabetic Friendly
ENJOY LIFE FOODS – The entire line is free of the top 8 food allergies, including milk. The baking chips are terrific for making chocolate dipped strawberries – see recipe here. And the mini bars are perfect for school Valentine parties.
THE CHOCOLATE GIRL – Kosher Parve Chocolatier out of Los Angeles – ships nationwide.
CHOCOLATE HOLLOW – Dairy Free chocolate from Vermont
DEAR COCO – Vegan, Gluten Free handcrafted chocolates
DIVVIES – Vegan and Nut free chocolates with kid friendly designs!
EATING EVOLVED – Vegan, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Soy Free, Refined Sugar Free, Paleo
ETHEREAL CONFECTIONS – Dairy Free and Gluten Free out of Woodstock, Il. Ships nationwide.
LAKE CHAMPLAIN CHOCOLATES – This chocolatier offers a vegan dark chocolate line including dark chocolate hearts!
NIBMOR –Better for you chocolate that’s Fair Trade, vegan, non-GMO, Organic and Gluten Free!
NO WHEY CHOCOLATES – 100% Milk Free, Tree Nut Free, Gluten Free, Egg free, Soy Free, and contain no artificial sugars or flavoring!
PASCHA CHOCOLATES- Pascha is another company making chocolate free of the top 8 allergens and made in a dedicated allergen free facility that’s free from peanuts, nuts, dairy, soy eggs, wheat and gluten.
RESCUE CHOCOLATES – Vegan Chocolates with profits going towards helping animals in need – great tasting chocolate and helping animals — nothing better than that!
SJAAK’S – Offers a large vegan line made in a gluten free and egg free facility.
ZIMT – Completely Vegan and delicious chocolates, plus chocolate covered popcorn!
Are you a chocoholic? What dairy free chocolates do you like? Share in our comment section.