Saturday, January 20, 2018

No Whey Chocolate’s Vegan Valentine’s Day Chocolate Selections

If you’re worried about cultivating a vegan Valentine’s Day this year, since the majority of companies ignore vegan and dairy-free needs on the day of love, look no further. Here at No Whey Chocolate, we’ve made a commitment to milk-free, nut-free, and vegan-filled chocolate products that are just as good – if not better – than the real thing. Chocolate desserts can be just as delectable without heavy creams and eggs. We can leave the chickens and the cows alone while we enjoy our special lovey dovey day.

Some of our special edition Valentine’s Day No Whey Chocolate products include:
·         Signature Truffle Collection: Vegan, allergy-free, and all-natural boxes of chocolate that are as tasty as they are beautiful.
·         Peanot Love Box: A box of 6 big chocolate hearts, artistically design and alluring in design. They’re of course, vegan!
·         Heart Truffle Box: Packaged in an adorable heart box, this is another collection of delicious white, milk, and dark chocolates, all dairy and allergy-free!
·         Lemon Love: Lemon-chocolate that spells out LOVE!
·         NoNo Love Box: Chocolate love drops that can be passed around with all the people you love.

Check out our extensive selection of vegan chocolate for Valentine’s Day 2018.

Monday, January 15, 2018

3 Reasons to Have a Vegan Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day and eating health conscious doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive. You can save the planet, invest in sustainability, and show affection through chocolate this February. If this is something you’re interested in, here’s 3 reasons to have a vegan Valentine’s Day:

1.      Cruelty-Free: If you want to save the planet and enjoy Valentine’s Day this year, consider our No Whey Chocolate products. Sourced from zero animal byproducts, no living creatures were harmed or abused in the making of our products.
2.      Sustainability: Animal slaughtering and byproducts destroy the planet through waste and emissions. Since our chocolates required none of that, you’re contributing to sustainability while enjoying our delectable chocolates. Who knew that saving the world could be so tasty?
3.      Personal Health: If anything, eating vegan is healthier for you. Milk-free, dairy-free, and soy-free products are lower in fat, yet just as delicious and enticing. You can enjoy the decadence of chocolate and actually tell yourself you’re eating healthier – especially on Valentine’s Day.

If you want to celebrate a Valentine’s Day that has more meaning than love, consider a vegan approach when picking out those perfect chocolates for your special sweetheart.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

A Vegan Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is on the horizon. It’s time to start thinking about your special someone, and how you want to show them how much they mean to you. If you or your partner is a vegan, it’s absolutely possible to have a vegan Valentine’s Day.

When we think of Valentine’s Day, everyone’s mind first wanders to chocolate. Who doesn’t want chocolate on Valentine’s Day? As most of us assume, chocolate is made with milk, cream, and eggs. However, in 2018, vegan chocolate that’s milk-free, nut-free, and gluten-free is waiting for you through No Whey Chocolate.

Vegan Valentine’s
We carry a variety of vegan chocolate products, catered specifically to those special days and moments. Whether you’re interested in:
·         Vegan chocolate candy
·         Vegan chocolate collections
·         Seasonal Valentine’s vegan chocolate

And the list goes on… We’re committed to products that are peanut-free, nut-free, egg-free, soy-free, and preservative-free. It’s good for you, easy on digestion, vegan verified, and without the preservatives and chemicals that are contributing to dangerous health conditions in people today.

If you’re ready to have the vegan Valentine’s Day you’ve always dreamt of, consider perusing our No Whey Chocolate products, prepared for the day of love this February.

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Tips For Safely Celebrating The Holidays Around Children With Food Allergies

Food allergies are becoming more and more common among children in our world today. As a byproduct of our increasing reliance on pesticides and other chemical compounds, more individuals than ever are living with mild to severe food allergies that can be life threatening. For most big families, accommodating these food allergies is a natural part of the holiday process.

Just to be safe, here are some tips for keeping everything allergy-free:

1. Allergen-Free Foods
A great place to start is They have a long list of allergen-free recipes, with each major allergen identified in traditional holiday dishes. Additionally, consider vegan options for people with gluten and dairy allergies. If a child has a nut allergy, certain vegan dishes will also accommodate for them.

2. Communicate
Try and open up dialogue with everyone attending the Christmas celebration before they arrive. This way, you’ll have plenty of time to peruse different vegan and allergy-free recipes before the big day. The worst part of having allergies during the holiday season is having to take a backseat while everyone else enjoys the delicious treats and food at your fingertips.

3. Talk to Educators
Remember, the holidays are happening at school, too. Kids will be bringing in desserts filled with allergies multiple days before Christmas. If your child has a severe allergy, be sure to let the school know and recommend some vegan alternatives they can send around to parents in an email.

Vegan Alternative
If your child is stressed about providing a holiday dessert for friends and family, but doesn’t know how to accommodate for allergies, check out our different selection on No Whey Chocolate. All of our products were made with common food allergens in mind.

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Here Are a Few Reasons to Consider Going Vegan This Holiday Season

We don’t tend to associate veganism with the holiday spirit. However, now is the perfect time to consider turning over a new consumption leaf, making your new habits known to your family members. As a vegan, you can share the magic behind the movement at Christmas dinner, and explain to everyone what it means to you to be a vegan consumer.

If you’re on the fence, here are a few reasons to consider it now:

1. You’ll Be Saving The Planet
One of the best gifts you could give the planet for Christmas is going vegan. Vegan means saying no to all animal byproducts that were harvested and collected through massive corporations, releasing chemical waste into rivers and fumes into the air. Instead, by making a commitment to plants and fruit, you’ll be saving the environment – one meal at a time.

2. It’s Better For You
No health guide has ever tried to make the argument that red meat and cheese are good for you. Animal byproducts are some of the worst products for us. No other species eats the milk of a foreign species, and neither should we. Your body was created with the intention of plant-consumption.

3. No More Animal Cruelty
The conditions under which animals live before butchering in our global meat market are absolutely mind numbing. During the holiday season, consider the reality for other living creatures on this planet. By going vegan, you’ll be sparing millions of animals from a cruel and inhumane death over the course of your lifetime.

Going vegan can seem like an overwhelming lifestyle change. Don’t worry; you can still get your chocolate fix as a vegan with our No Whey Chocolate products. All of our products are also common allergen free meaning that the are milk free, nut free, gluten free, soy free, wheat free as well. 

Monday, December 4, 2017

The Top 3 Vegan Desserts You Should Make For Christmas This Year

December is upon us, which means Christmas is just around the corner. A day of family bonding, gift exchanges, religious observance, and holiday feasting, Christmas is definitely a holiday that revolves around food.

If you want to impress everyone this Christmas with your vegan creativity, try out these top 3 vegan desserts this month:

1. Sweet Potato Brownies
Sweet potatoes can substitute for a lot of sweets-based meals, masking the fact that a potato was used in your dessert. Instead of eggs and butter, you can use a sweet potato in your brownie, mixed in with layers and layers of chocolate and vegan fudge.

2. Oatmeal Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies
Vegan and gluten-free, these cookies will be a holiday hit at your Christmas dinner. Everyone loves the combo of cranberry and chocolate, especially during the holidays, which means folding the two of them together in one vegan-based chocolate dough will have everyone coming back for more. We bet that your guests won’t even know that they are vegan. Throw together some flaxseed meal, gluten-free flower, brown sugar, baking soda, and mix it all together with dairy-free chocolate chips, layering the cranberries in at the end.

3. Sweet Cherry Tarts
Warm, red colored desserts are perfect for the Christmas season. Grab some organic cherries at the grocery store, add in some cane sugar, lemon juice, flour, salt, vanilla extract, and you’re well on your way to making a deliciously sweet and seriously satisfying Christmas treat. For a gluten-free version, substitute in gluten-free flour.

Holiday Vegan Treats
Although your guests may turn their nose up to your desserts upon hearing the word vegan, persuade them to give these delicious and totally satisfying desserts a try during your holiday celebrations.

As always, don’t forget our milk free chocolate at No Whey Chocolate, easily folded into any cookie, brownie, or tart batter. Our chocolate is also nut free, gluten free and free of all eight common allergens.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

How to Make a Vegan Christmas Dinner

It can be extra hard around the holidays to stick to veganism. There’s an abundance of breads, meats, cheeses, and baked goods from relatives that are chock full of milks, eggs, and other animal byproducts. Not to mention, if you’re someone with nut allergies, you can find nut extracts in just about everything around the Christmas table.

If you’re in need of some vegan Christmas cooking inspiration, here’s a few recipes for a delicious vegan Christmas dinner:

1. Rosemary Roasted Potatoes
Who doesn’t look a hearty potato on a cold Christmas morning? You can cook up a large batch of roasted potatoes covered in rosemary and olive oil. Yum.

2. Glazed Roasted Cauliflower
How about some balsamic glazed roasted cauliflower? Simply bake the cauliflower until crispy, drizzle balsamic all over it, and quickly pop it in the oven for the finished touch.

3. Spiced Hot Fruit
This can be eaten as a side dish, dessert, or added to your drink. Chop up some pears, apples, and peaches, lay them on a cookie sheet, and douse them in raspberry and blueberry juices, with cinnamon sprinkled on top. Roast them until the compote is bubbling.

4. No Whey Vegan Chocolate
Who said being a vegan was tasteless? With our No Whey Vegan Chocolate selections, you can show up to Christmas dinner with a full box of chocolate in hand. Everyone wants some chocolate on Christmas day.

5. No Whey Stocking Stuffer
If you need some last minute gifts for relatives at Christmas dinner, you can get the job done with our vegan, nut-free chocolate wrapped stocking stuffers. Delicious, nutritious, and environmentally sustainable, you’ll be gifting conscious consumption to the important people in your life!

Don’t wait until the last second to prepare your vegan Christmas dinner. Get a head start with these recommendations today.