If you are unwaveringly devoted to dark chocolate (like I am!), forgoing milk chocolate is probably not a big deal. However, for the many vegans that long for the creamy, dreamy days of savoring bite after bite of milk chocolate, National Milk Chocolate Day can seem like a cruel food holiday. Good news milk chocolate vegans! The company No Whey Chocolates offers a luscious selection of light chocolate confections that will satisfy your crave for their milk-derived counterparts.
Do you know your vegan ingredients?
I stumbled upon No Whey while looking up non-vegan ingredients in packaged foods. The company’s website has a long list of vegan-unfriendly food ingredients — not just the names of them, but also where they come from and where they are found. Sit down for this one: Handy Dandy Vegan Reference to Questionable Ingredients.
Vegan “milk” chocolate
After you get your fill of questionable ingredients, treat yourself to a tour of the yummy selection of dairy-free chocolate confections. Whether you want to order a bunch in honor of National Milk Chocolate Day or surprise your milk chocolate loving friends with a delicious vegan alternative, take your pick of truffles, fudge, chocolate bark, pretzel swirls, nut clusters, peanut butter cups, chocolate bars and more. Our favorite is the Cranberry and Cashew Bark with Light Chocolate.
No Whey also offers gluten-free and soy-free confections for those with special dietary needs.
What is light chocolate?
Though the founders of No Whey Chocolates won’t divulge the secret recipe for their light chocolate, they guarantee that it is free of any animal-derived product. No whey, no lactose, no artificial dyes, no not-even-close-being-unvegan ingredients. If you’re ready to put in your order or have further questions about No Whey’s chocolates, visit VeganLightChocolateNoWhey.com.
Happy National Milk Chocolate Day!