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Best dairy free dark chocolate?

(20 Posts)
Dorisday13 Mon 15-Apr-13 14:37:26

I'm new to dairy free!! All help gratefully received :-)

YoniLovesChachi Mon 15-Apr-13 14:44:57

Aldi have some really nice dark chocolate bars, and they're cheap!

I think the vast majority of dark chocolate is dairy free anyway, so you won't have any trouble finding it. You just have to try lots and lots of it until you find your favourite grin

LaundryFairy Mon 15-Apr-13 14:48:58

These are expensive, but rather lovely:

www.boojabooja.com/

Dorisday13 Mon 15-Apr-13 15:27:19

I think they say 'may contain milk' which some things cause my dd to be sick (via my breast milk ) I think she must be very sensitive!

YoniTrix Mon 15-Apr-13 20:25:07

Lindt 70% is my favourite.

Lindt is also only one to be soya free

DorisIsWaiting Mon 15-Apr-13 21:21:08

Lidl do several dairy free in their JD Gross range which are V nice with orange and raspberry etc as well as the plain (and only £1.09) they also do a Bellarom brand which is soya free too (it says on the packet not suitable for milk allergy sufferers but DD1 (DF and SF) and DH have been fine (they have abdo pain contstipation type problems).

DorisIsWaiting Mon 15-Apr-13 21:23:01

Oh and Booja booja state that "You can trust that everything we make is dairy free, vegan, organic and utterly delicious!"

They are my absolute favourite (even though I'm not BF anymore and can eat anything!).

EeyoreIsh Mon 15-Apr-13 21:25:04

lidl and Aldi are my favourite! super cheap yet so so tasty.... grin

Dorisday13 Tue 16-Apr-13 11:36:24

Thanks ladies! I'll check it out x

Happygirl77 Tue 16-Apr-13 19:29:10

Lindt certainly not the only soy-free dark chocolate!

Green & Black's usually is, but my personal fave is Montezuma's (Waitrose sells it). And I have 13 months dairy- and soy-free experience thanks to my sensitive breastfed dc3! wink

babybarrister Wed 17-Apr-13 22:13:07

I second Montezumasmile - definitely soya free although I was told by consultant that soya lecithin will not cause problems

Dorisday13 Thu 18-Apr-13 11:27:02

Cool where can I get montezumba from?

Dorisday13 Thu 18-Apr-13 11:27:41

Just saw waitrose! Sorry sleep deprived brain can't read!! X

Fluffycloudland77 Mon 22-Apr-13 15:29:18

The aldi Belgian fair trade one is very nice. Not too bitter.

Katiebeau Mon 22-Apr-13 16:32:21

Hello. Dairy free Mum here too. Good luck and in most supermarkets you can get kinertons chocolate lollies or a big block. Dairy, egg, nut, gluten and soya free and yummy. They clean down before the production run so it real of free from allergens.

Hotel chocolat good too as are Lint.

Happygirl77 Mon 22-Apr-13 19:37:03

Not sure Hotel Chocolate goodies are soya-free hmm I love their stuff and MIL keeps buying it unawares! May not be an issue for the OP, mind (and it tastes awfully good...)

Dorisday13 Mon 22-Apr-13 21:58:26

Luckily I'm not soya free too

Happygirl77 Thu 25-Apr-13 17:16:42

Free P&P on Montezuma's website this weekend with the code SUNSHINE - I think the majority is soya AND dairy free but pls check before you buy! smile

ClimbingPenguin Sun 28-Apr-13 22:11:01

Sainsburys taste the difference have some dairy free, plus one that is also soy free

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