Following a vegan diet often means that you have to miss out on loads of delicious treats. But lots of brands are quickly catching on that cutting animals products out of your life isn't just a dieting fad, and are now coming up with lots of dairy-free versions of our favourite goodies.
And now you can get your hands on boxes of vegan Ferrero Rocher-style chocolates.
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What a time to be alive!
The Kavici Choco Spheres are technically 'accidentally vegan', as they don't actually display any sort of vegan certification but the recipe is completely dairy free and absolutely delicious.
The yummy chocolates are made from sugar, cocoa powder, cocoa mass, cocoa butter substitute, nut, wheat flour, salt, peanuts, soya, wheat and gluten.
If these sound like something you'd like to have in and around your mouth, then you can get your hands on a box from Poundstretcher - which, as you've probably already guessed, means they cost just a quid.
Larger boxes of the wafer coated, hazelnut praline treats are still a steal at £2.99, according to Vegan Food UK. Bargain or what?!
And if you're after a tasty vegan tipple to go alongside your chocolates, you may have seen that you can now get dairy-free Bailey's to complete the perfect set-up.
The original recipe of Baileys mixes aged Irish whiskey with fresh Irish dairy cream, cocoa and vanilla to create a rich, creamy alcoholic bev that's beloved by the masses. Delicous, sure, but obviously not so much of a hit with those that don't, won't or can't eat dairy.
That's until now, thanks to the introduction of Bailey's Almande - an 'alcoholic almond drink blends sweet almond oil and almond essence (from crushed almonds), cane sugar and purified water with a touch of real vanilla'.
According to The Spirits Business, Baileys Almande was initially released on a trial basis in north America - but at that time it wasn't vegan, as the original drink contained beeswax.
But following increasing interest from the ever-expanding vegan community, Baileys bosses decided to make it a fully-fledged animal-friendly liqueur.
It's gluten free, too, just in case you were wondering, and each serving has just 67 calories - almost half that of a measure of normal Baileys, which has 130 calories per serving.
Vegan Ferrero Rochers with a glass of vegan Bailey's? Sounds like one extremely dreamy night indeed.
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