Milkless Chocolate Bars (5 pack) - Gluten Free, Nut Free, Milk Free
- Milk / Lactose Free
- Peanut / Nut Free
- Gluten / Egg Free
- Vegan Friendly. Soy Free
- Taste just like milk chocolate
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Ingredients: Vegan Cane Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Cocoa Mass, Maltodextrin (From Corn), Sunflower Oil, Sunflower Lecithin, Tragacanth Gum (Natural Thickener), Titanium Dioxide (A Mineral For Color), Dextrose, Natural Vanilla
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Top Customer Reviews
I really wanted this to be my vegan solution to the candy problem since I don't yet know how to make my own candies. I bought these bars, plus two fancier boxes of chocolates, for my birthday. It was an expensive disappointment. I ate one bar rather quickly, the way I do when a dessert just isn't hitting the spot; then I forgot about the rest of the bars that I had put in the fridge to resolidify them. And it is not easy for me to forget about chocolate.
For starters, I am Vegan - a rather recent conversion. I'm not much into candy to begin with, but I have had a fair share in my lifetime. The only real "candy" I would crave is the occasional chocolate bar. The only bars I would ever buy before going Vegan were Kit-Kats or Mounds (non-almond), so if you find those attractive, then perhaps we have similar taste profiles. I craved a bar maybe once every month or two and that was the extent of my adventures.
Well, recently I craved a "chocolate bar" once again, but being Vegan I decided to limit myself to something non-mainstream & certified Vegan. This product sounded like the best idea - and it was.
The "texture" is quite good - it has a sharpness to it, and it disintigrates quite evenly. To boot, it tasted exactly like a chocolate bar should. As for the taste, it isn't as salivating to me as a Kit-Kat or a Mounds, but it certainly delivered - it satisfied my craving just as well as those other bars.
The flavor of the sugar was somewhat uneven in comparison to the chocolate. It was no doubt "good", it just wasn't as evenly blended in with the flavor of the chocolate. The sugar was somewhat crisp and distinguished from the chocolate taste, and perhaps others will look at that as a strength. I also was perturbed that there were no nutritional facts listed on Amazon, and was somewhat "meh" about the fact that it does contain a heavy 9g of saturated fat per bar (45% DV).
The BEST part about the bar, though, was not the taste per se but the aftermath of the eating.Read more ›
In my opinion, if you NEED chocolate and can't eat dairy, make brownies. Most mixes are dairy-free.
They came last night, and my mouth went into instant overdrive at the sight of the simple, but pretty packaging, causing me to drool on myself as I worked to get the shipping plastic off. I tried a piece of the polar bar first. It was... ok. But being used to the white chocolate lindt bars (which used to be my favorite for white chocolate), I had my expectations set too high. It tasted alright in a white chocolate easter-bunny sort of way, but a bit more sugary than anticipated, with an odd, greasy, waxy afterfinish on the roof of my mouth. I have to admit, I was somewhat disappointed.
So I moved on to the "milk" chocolate. Opening the package, the smell was lovely and familiar. The taste was again, ok. It tasted more like a hershey's kiss-type chocolate, than a hershey's bar-type chocolate; being in Canada, there's a difference between the two- the bar having a slightly lighter, honey-like finish to it, as well as a delicious melt-on-your-fingers silkiness. But I liked it better than the polar bar.
This morning I tried melting it in the microwave. Equal amounts of the polar and milky bars in a dish for 30 seconds, with a little stirring, made a silky smooth fondu-quality melt.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
How do they have the nerve to advertise this product as tasting and looking like milk chocolate?
It doesn't. Not one bit. And it's not even good as just dark chocolate.
I didn't taste these but my daughter loves them. So glad I can get her something like this once in a while since she can't have dairy.Published 7 months ago by Marci Davis
SO GOOD! My first dairy-free and gluten-free chocolate, and I won't even look for another brand. I'm reordering again just 2 weeks after my first order...Published 8 months ago by Leah
Great taste, almost exactly like milk chocolate. A little expensive but worth it.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
I liked this product. It is more like milk chocolate for me since i am vegan. I have only seen dark vegan choc in the past. Very happyPublished 9 months ago by Ronald Wayne
These taste great! As someone who is avoiding dairy, this is a delicious chocolate substitute. The size of the bars are great too, big enough to satisfy a craving (and maayybbeee... Read morePublished 9 months ago by AnnBanan