It's World Chocolate Day on Friday 7 July, but you don't have to worry about missing out if you're vegan or don't consume dairy. We've rounded up some of the tastiest and most indulgent dairy-free chocolates for you to enjoy…
Booja Booja truffles
Wonderfully decadent with a melt in your mouth texture and an array of flavours including almond and sea salt caramel and champagne, you would never guess these Booja Booja truffles were dairy-free. Better still, they are gluten and soya-free too, making them a treat that everyone can enjoy. From £3.99 for a 69g box at Ocado.
RECIPE: Vegan, lactose and gluten-free chocolate cake
Chococo Limited Edition Chocolate Covered Clusters
These tasty chocolate covered clusters contain chopped dates, cocoa nibs, dessicated coconut and chopped roasted hazelnuts all smothered in 67% house dark chocolate from Madagascar. Get in quick as these handmade chocolates are limited edition! £5.95 for 100g at Chococo.co.uk.
Divine 70% Dark Chocolate with Mint
The Divine 70% dark chocolate with mint is the perfect way to satisfy your sweet tooth after dinner, with natural peppermint crisp scattered throughout. It will taste even sweeter knowing that it's fairtrade too, with 44% of the profits going directly to the cocoa farmers in Ghana. £2.39 for a 100g sharing bar at Divinechocolate.com/uk.
Hotel Chocolat Gianduja Bombe Selector
Whether you eat dairy or not, these smooth dark hazelnut praline chocolates are a must-try. Suitable for vegans and free-from gluten, these are a popular choice from Hotel Chocolat's range of award-winning chocolates. £3.85 per pack, Hotel Chocolat.
Ombar Organic Raw Chocolate
Ombar focuses on creating tasty, raw chocolate bars that are good for you and the environment. Made with 100% organic cacao and natural ingredients, it offers a feel-good way to get your chocolate fix. Flavours include mandarin, blueberry and acai, and our favorite - coconut and vanilla. £1.99 for a 35g bar at ombar.co.uk.
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