We LOVE chocolate. Lots of people ask us if you can still eat chocolate as a vegan and the answer is yes – there is sooooo much choice. And on the plus side you’ll be supporting independent smaller businesses by buying their chocolate as opposed to the big names, which also happen to be full of sugar.
Dark chocolate and raw chocolate is actually good for you, we love to eat a square (or two, or three, or four) after dinner. It is said to be a natural digester and tells your body you’re done eating for the night.
1. Booja Booja
OMG, when we first tried this chocolate we thought we’d died and gone to heaven. It is incredible. Our favourites are the hazelnut truffles or the raspberry ones.
2. Pana Choc
Have you seen Pana chocolates instagram? If not, stop what you're doing and head there right now. It is one of the most beautiful instas out there. Based in Australia this chocolate is raw, organic and handmade. A chocolate that's full of antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins and minerals. Sounds pretty good huh? Tastes amazing!
3. Om Bar
We first tried this chocolate when it came in a goodie bag at Vevolution festival. Organic raw chocolate that contains live cultures, it really is melt in the mouth! They started their business in a tiny kitchen. You can read more about their story here.
4. The Raw Chocolate company
Based in Sussex, this was one of the first raw chocolates we tried when going vegan. It’s really delicious and comes in handy snack sizes. They also do a range of chocolate covered mulberries, raisins or goji berries. A superfood chocolate hit!
Craving milk chocolate? Well this is the closest thing to it. Probably not as nutritionally good for you as the others, but it is amazing! Especially if you’re in need of that sweet chocolate hit. We buy it for a treat, great for a cinema snack.