Chocolate is a big part of Christmas. Whether you’re a sweet tooth or not, no one can resist chocolate at the most wonderful time of the year but if you’re someone with food allergies or intolerances, finding festive treats that are safe for you can be tricky!
Chocolate is a popular gift to give at Christmas and I get asked by so many friends and family members what chocolate I can have/what chocolate is gluten free and although a lot of normal chocolates are safe for me to eat, I can see the panic in their faces about buying me something that isn’t labelled gluten free.
I’ve now started recommending Moo Free Chocolate to both fellow free from foodies and anyone who asks what chocolate I can have as it is not only delicious but is clearly labelled gluten free, dairy free and soya free, so people feel safe and comfortable buying that for me!
I was very kindly sent a few tasty treats to try from Moo Free, some from their regular range and some festive chocolates, so I thought I’d share with you what I’ve tried as well as a few super cool Christmas chocolates you need to grab before the big day!
There’s nothing I used to love more than grabbing a big bar of Dairy Milk but I’m now hooked on the big chocolate bars from Moo Free and they’ve got a selection of flavours!
I was sent the original and the fruit and nut bar, the plain being my favourite, however they also do a banana bar and a hazelnut bar.
If you want to grab a little bar of chocolate on the go, the Moo Free mini bars are sold in many of the supermarkets and are pretty affordable.
I’ve tried both the original and honeycomb bars, both of which are delicious, however they also do a mint bar and an orange bar and I definitely want to try those!
Original Chocolate Santa and Snowman
Getting festive now, I was sent the Chocolate Santa and the Chocolate Snowman, both of which are made with the original plain chocolate which is just so tasty!
These are really fun for Christmas and so generously sized, the chocolate is so thick!
If you’re looking for a super tasty free from advent calendar then this could be the one!
The Moo Free advent calendar is vegan, dairy free, gluten & wheat free and soya free, making it perfect for most people with food allergies!
Moo Free Selection Box
You can’t beat a selection box at Christmas and now Moo Free have made sure that people who are gluten and dairy free don’t have to miss out!
Their selection boxes contains a bag of the delicious choccy drops, a chocolate snowman, chocolate snowman, mint mini bar and an orange mini bar, so a real great selection and super thoughtful gift for someone who might not be able to have the classic selection boxes!
Moo Free also sell a selection of other chocolate including baking chocolate and Easter eggs but for this time of year, I think they are the main products you need to know about!
You can buy Moo Free in Sainsbury’s, Asda, Morrisons, Waitrose and a selection of smaller, health food shops.
Have you tried Moo Free? What was your favourite product?
*I was kindly sent these products by Moo Free Chocolate but this blog post is not sponsored and all opinions are my own.