I just had the best chocolates that were nut free, from Vermont Nut Free Chocolates. Vermont Nut Free Chocolates is a company created by a mother with a son that had a peanut allergy, and of course every kid likes chocolate, so she had to do something about it!
The chocolate company offers tons of nut free chocolates. Varying from St. Patrick’s Day chocolate to Ester chocolate, to baking products, creams, books, pops, fudge, and trail mix, as well as much more.
I received a holiday Easter selection of nut free chocolates. Easter Drops which was a decorative box filled with their solid, milk chocolate drops, each individually wrapped it pastel colored foil. There were 40 pieces in the box.
And boy! Were these good! They had that rich, milk chocolate taste. Just simply scrumptious.
Also, I had a Crispy Chick, it is a chunk of chocolate shaped into an adorable, delicious chick. Made from milk chocolate and crisp rice.
Once again, I was not disappointed. The chiclet was great and the crisp was great as well.
Lastly, I had Easter Eggs, which was in a mesh bag and each chocolate egg was individually wrapped in foil. It’s time the chocolate was dark, I’m not much of a fan of dark chocolate. So I gave it to my son, he said it was smooth and very rich.
Vermont Nut Free Chocolates has a lot to chose from from their Easter candy election, they have things like, Easter Toffee Crunch, Easter Pretzel Toppers, Chocolate Crosses and more!
What really caught my eye was their Pretzel Caramel Bark, it looks so savory and crunchy, yet sweet and creamy. As well as their Easter Pretzel Toppers, pretzel stick with molded chocolates on top, DELISH looking!
Something that I really liked in their Easter 2013 holiday selection catalog, there is a section where you can order what you want and you can choose whether you want your item to be dark or milk chocolate. A great innovation.
Another thing I liked, in another one of their catalogs, there is a section where you can buy chocolate pops, and they have a variety of designs. Like you can have a chocolate pop in the shape of a basketball, butterfly, horse, rose, American flag, and even a dinosaur!
It is obvious that I really liked my chocolate that I received from Vermont Nut Free Chocolates. I highly recommend their products I had as well as for you to visit their site at vermontnutfree.com and check out their wide variety of chocolates!
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Disclosure I received products in exchange for an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be good for my readers.