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We’ve all seen the headlines: veganism isn’t safe for kids. Someone decided veganism was dangerous for children, and next thing you know, the media can’t stop demonizing the natural health movement.
We aren’t making a case for a totally vegan lifestyle for your kids. We are, however, going to explain why vegan Easter baskets are better for you, your family, your longevity, and the environment in the long-run.
1. Sustainability: Saying no to plastic wrapping, dairy-made products, and egg-filled presents will help animals live longer, happier lives while also decreasing our waste footprint in landfills. Yes, you can help save the world with just one Easter basket.
2. Natural Energy: Veganism carries a significant amount of health benefits, essentially removing all saturated fats from your diet by relying on healthy fats instead. It’s better for your growing children.
3. The Taste: Have you ever tried a chocolate that’s made with coconut milk and sugar over regular cow milk? Get ready, your taste buds have no idea what’s coming!
This Easter, make a vegan commitment with our No Whey Vegan Easter chocolate selections, helping you to fill each and every Easter basket with love and happiness in every bite.
Sunday, March 4, 2018
Easter, more than any other holiday, is marked by copious amounts of chocolate being lumped together in baskets, centerpieces, and bowls for guests and kids to munch on. Characterized by the Easter Bunny who so graciously drops off more chocolate than we should eat on the eve of Easter, chocolate and Easter seem to go hand in hand.
However, did you know it’s possible to indulge in Easter chocolate that is also vegan? If you make a commitment to vegan chocolate this year, you’ll be saving the planet, the Easter bunny, and promoting sustainable health for you and your family members while it’s happening.
Eating vegan chocolate is better for the environment, relying not on animals but on our own devices to come up with flavors and textures that are nature-made. A safer, cleaner environment means a happier home for the Easter bunny.
From a health perspective, cutting out animal byproducts and relying on the pristine ingredients of our world is better for you and your kids. Coconut and nut-based vegan chocolates taste just as good – if not better – than the dairy alternatives.
Consider incorporating our No Whey Vegan Easter chocolate products into your Easter experience this year.
Monday, February 19, 2018
Another big holiday is on the horizon, which means if you’re a vegan, you’re already starting to panic. Easter is characterized by mountains of chocolate, ham, and other meat and dairy-filled dishes that you just don’t want to appease. Thanks to the versatility of vegan cooking, it’s possible to whip up an entire vegan Easter dinner without anyone batting an eye.
Here are some Easter-inspired vegan dinners to indulge in this year:
1. Spring stuffing: Without butter, stuffing is mainly vegan! Throw together your favorite spices with bread, vegan broth, and vegetables, slow cooked in the oven until your stuffing is crisp and tender.
2. Sweet potato pancakes: When we think of spring, we think of lighter veggie-based flavors. Sweet potato perfectly complements any Easter dinner. Whip out some sweet potato pancakes fried in oil for your guests.
3. Salad: Yes, come April, people are receptive to salad with beach season on the horizon. Get creative with a slew of salad spreads, utilizing the fun flavors of arugula, pine nuts, cranberries, and more.
As always, don’t forget to top the evening off with some vegan sweets. We’re providing an entire line of No Whey Easter chocolate, made with you and your vegan consumption in mind.
Monday, February 5, 2018
Easter is on the horizon, which means a waterfall of gooey, chocolatey, and dairy-filled goodness awaits you. However, we’re here to show you that Easter doesn’t necessarily have to be defined by the butter, creams, and milks that go into Easter desserts. Vegan alternatives are just as delightful – and better for you, too.
Here are 5 vegan Easter treats you won’t want to miss this year:
1. Avocado Easter Egg: Make centerpieces out of drizzled coconut-based chocolate on top of an avocado. When pulled out of their skins, avocados are surprisingly egg-shaped.
2. Acai Mini Cheesecakes: Thanks to the combo of cashews, lemon juice, and dates, you can make mini cheesecakes with fun spring colors. Top it off with some lemon zest.
3. No-Bake Cake Pops: Medjool dates are blended with almond and coconut flour to create rich little velvet cheesecake bites that are out of this world. Red velvet is kind of mandatory for Easter, right?
4. Strawberry Shortcake Crisp: Serve mini shortcake cups to your guests this Easter.
5. No Whey Easter Chocolate: If you’re not in the mood to cook this year, buy pre-made vegan chocolate with our No Whey Easter chocolate selections today.
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
When we think of Valentine’s Day, we think of hearts, kisses, and chocolate. It’s just where our brains naturally wander. If you thought of chocolate when you read Valentine’s Day, you’re not alone. There’s something comforting and homey about chocolate, something that warms our hearts and our souls.
Valentine’s Day and chocolate goes hand-in-hand because:
· Happiness: Is there anything better than melting chocolate on your tongue? Chocolate is similar to love, and love is similar to happiness. So when we think of Valentine’s Day, our mind goes to a happy place where we reflect on chocolate as well.
· Satisfaction: There’s something irreplaceably satisfying about eating chocolate. It satisfies our senses, providing a rich, sweet, and fleeting experience that will help with any sweet craving.
· Memories: Some of our fondest memories are made around meals and food. We can bet you have some kind of family memory associate with chocolate, chocolate fudge, ice cream, or a mixture of the three. Eating chocolate takes us back, filling our mind with warm memories that lift our spirits.
Saturday, January 20, 2018
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
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
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.
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.