Free From Christmas Chocolate

The recent Hotel Chocolat episode encouraged me and others in the allergy and coeliac community to look into genuine free-from chocolate products — particularly Christmas chocolate, which came up during the weekly Allergy Hour Twitter chat yesterday evening.

You’ll find a list of free-from chocolate brands at the foot of the Hotel Chocolat article, but here are some specific seasonal options which we uncovered.

 

Billy Goat Stuff

Free from soya, nuts, gluten, egg, cows’ milk.

Goat’s milk chocolate. Seasonal products include chocolate Christmas puddings, advent calendar, ‘merry christmas’ bars, santa lollies.

More here.

 

Cocoa Libre

This brand is free from all allergens except soya.

Seasonal chocolate products are milk / dark mint chocolate penguins, and orange / rice milk santa and reindeer. Also have a chocolate hamper.

Shop here. Stockists here.

 

D&D Chocolates

Free from: dairy / milk, gluten, egg and nuts. (Seem to use sunflower lecithin so possibly soya free too.)

Huge range of seasonal Chocolate products, including advent calendars, stocking fillers, chocolate snowmen, themed Xmas boxes, and (right) the only Christmas tree chocolate decorations we can find which are allergy-friendly.

Shop here.

 

Essy & Bella

Free from all 14 allergens.

‘We Three Kings’ chocolate, Christmas shapes and Rudolph Lollipop (pictured right).

Shop here.

 

Kinnerton

‘Nut safe’

Raymond Briggs Father Christmas advent calendar, chocolate figures and chocolate treats.

Details here.

 

Moo Free

Of the allergens, contain or may contain hazelnuts only.

Advent calendar, Christmas selection box, snowmen, santas …

More here.

 

Nut Free Chocolate People

No nuts or nut traces.

Gift sets, chocolate bars, hollow chocolate santas …

More here.

 

Nut Free Chox

Nut free!

Children’s Nut Free Chocolate Hamper (right), Christmas santas, chocolate selection box.

Available here.

 

Plamil Chocolate

Free from all allergens bar soya.

Advent calendar, penguin box, snowmen tray …

More here.

3 Comments

  1. Sarah Leggatt

    Great round-up, thanks Alex. FAQ page on the D&D website says their chocolate products are now produced in a soya-free environment. Could they be added to your 14-free list?

    Reply
    1. Alex G (Post author)

      Ah, well spotted. Funnily enough I emailed them to ask them about that possibility, but haven’t yet heard back.

      Reply
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