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Free From Chocolate for Valentine’s Day

Roses are red and violets are blue, here’s a list of vegan, dairy, egg and gluten free chocolates we’ve made just for you.

We don’t want anyone to feel left out on this Valentine’s day, so we have compiled a list of products which are diary free, egg free, vegan and gluten free chocolates to make sure you can easily find one for your special someone this Valentine’s Day (or any day really, chocolate is for life, not just for February). These options are the perfect gift for yourself or a loved one.

Ombar 72% Dark Chocolate Bar-Vegan & gluten free chocolate

Ombar 72% Dark Chocolate Bar 35g (This Product May Contain Nuts)

If you really want to push the boat out and get something very lux that they will love then try this 72% Chocolate Bar available at Waitrose. Or melt the gluten free chocolate and dip strawberries into the melted chocolate to create a very romantic treat.  

ASDA Free From Chocolate Bar (This product does contain soya.)

ASDA Free From Chocolate Bar-Vegan & gluten free chocolate

This is a great choice for someone who doesn’t like dark chocolate and wants something sweeter. Plus, BBC Good Food voted this one of their top five vegan chocolates so your date will love the taste, flavour, and texture of this supermarket gem. Put it in a pretty gift bag and get some lovely flowers to win some extra brownie points.

ASDA Extra Special Free From Truffle Collection-Vegan & gluten free chocolate

ASDA Extra Special Free From Truffle Collection (This product does contain soya.)

A luxury selection box of chocolate truffles perfect for any Valentines Present. This set contains four different flavours of truffle (Vanilla, salted caramel, orange, and strawberry). Yum!

Moo Free Caramelised Hazelnut Nibs (This product does contain Hazelnuts.)

This bar of joy has been sprinkled with caramelised hazelnut pieces to bring some crunch to a smooth milk chocolate base.

Sweet Freedom Choc Pot Chocolate Spread- Vegan & gluten free chocolate

Sweet Freedom Choc Pot Chocolate Spread

Rather than a classic box of chocolates how about combining ALL the valentines traditions by making pancakes for breakfast in bed AND using this delicious and smooth chocolate spread as the topping? Perfect!

GU Free From Chocolate & Vanilla Cheesecakes- Vegan & gluten free

GU Free From Chocolate & Vanilla Cheesecakes (This product does contain soya.)

A delicious dessert with a gluten free biscuit base and dairy free toppings. Perfect for getting your chocolate fix on Valentines day without missing out on flavour or luxury!

Are you inspired to make a chocolate treat yourself? try our Chocolate Shortbread Cookies recipe. 

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