Keep cool with your favourite CHOC Chick flavours on hot summer days with Choc Chicksicles – vegan, dairy-free, delicious and so easy to make!
This is a fantastic uncooked chocolate, fruit, nuts and biscuit bar that is a particular favourite with children. It takes minutes to prepare and an hour or so to set in the freezer or can be left to set overnight in the fridge, ready to cut into squares for your children’s lunch box.
These are cake pops with a difference; not only are they no-bake they’re also made with natural ingredients and without refined sugar. They are lots of fun to make, and are great for getting the kids involved. The best thing about these cake pops are that they are light, fluffy and delicious as well as being healthy and nutritious too. With a dark chocolate centre and white chocolate coating, these pops are perfect for any chocolate lover!
With Easter just around the corner these are the best little treats to make. Chocolate nests are a favourite this time of year, and fun to make whatever your age. These chocolate Easter nests are a healthy twist on the traditional kind, switching milk chocolate and syrup for raw chocolate and sugar-free salted caramel. While the ingredients are a little healthier, they taste just as good if not better and are dairy-free, refined sugar-free and vegan.
We love this, it’s super easy to make absolutely delicious and great to make with kids!
You don’t have to be vegan to enjoy this simple and delicious recipe for pancakes. They are perfect for any time of the day, any occasion and wonderfully free from gluten, dairy and eggs.
These really are a treat. Frozen banana takes on an ice cream-like consistency that is perfect for a healthier summer treat. In this recipe the banana pieces are filled with nut butter and then coated with chocolate. That satisfying crunch of raw chocolate, the ice-creamy banana and the salty peanut butter all mixed in a mouthful are a delectable delight for your taste buds.
This recipe uses fresh mint and the 40g amount is just a guideline as mint varies wildly in strength of flavour. We recommend adding a little at a time until you get the right amount for your tastes. Fresh mint produces a more “green” tasting mint than the synthetic mint flavourings many of us are used to. If you really dislike the “green” flavour of fresh mint, you could use a peppermint extract – again, adding a little at a time to achieve the right balance of flavour for you.
I love Easter, especially as it’s another excuse to eat more chocolate! But there is so much sugar, dairy and additives in store bought Easter Eggs, so I’ve come up with a simple and fun way to make homemade and healthier raw chocolate cream eggs. All you need is a handy mould*, organic raw cacao and a few extra ingredients to make delicious vegan Easter eggs.