Celebrate Easter with COCOALIBRE Dairy, Gluten, Egg, Nut and Wheat Free Chocolatiers Review

Celebrate Easter with COCOALIBRE Dairy, Gluten, Egg, Nut and Wheat Free Chocolatiers Review: April 2020

With the Covid-19 Coronavirus making worldwide waves, isolation periods and social distancing in force celebrating Easter 2020 with Family and friends will not be the usual social gathering.

That said, you must stay positive, make the most out of life and embrace Easter 2020.

Celebrate Easter with COCOALIBRE a bespoke and quality chocolatier who produce Dairy, Gluten, Egg, Nut and Wheat Free chocolate treats for all the family to enjoy.

They deliver direct to your door too, so no need to make an unnecessary visit to the shops.

Why not choose one of their delightful and delicious rice milk or orange rice milk chocolate Easter eggs, both as equally scrummy.

Their beautiful bunny slab is just a hop, skip and a jump away. A super slab of super yummy chocolate yumminess.

Why not jazz things with rice milk cute chocolate Chicks, Frogs and my personal favs the Sheep.

With a click of a button make Easter Eggcellent, with COCOALIBRE, treat family friends and yourself.

Stay Home and Stay Safe.

Thank you for reading 😊

Melanie xx

Contact:

https://cocoalibre.co.uk/

112 thoughts on “Celebrate Easter with COCOALIBRE Dairy, Gluten, Egg, Nut and Wheat Free Chocolatiers Review

  1. Those chocolate treats look so delicious! I love that everyone in the family can enjoy these, no matter their allergies. It can be so hard to get something for everyone to enjoy.

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  2. I love the look of the bunny chocolate slabs, so cute! It’s great that these treats are suitable for people with intolerance as well. I am lactose intolerant so these would be a great Easter gift for me.

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  3. I love that there are options out there for those that need it so that they are still able to enjoy traditional holiday delights 🙂 These look wonderful and I will have to look into these for my god daughter so thank you for sharing!

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    1. I could not have said it better myself. They are part of the Cocoa Horizon’s Foundation, so they reinvest a part in farmer training and farmer tools. This helps elevate farmers into experts, both male and female. With their crops, they can continue bringing you superior taste and they make a better living out of cocoa farming…so it is all good xx

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  4. This post made me miss my grandson even more. He loves chocolate, but at this time, I cannot give him his favorite snack. When this is all over, we are going to stuff ourselves with all the chocolate I can get my hands on, this brand included.

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  5. It’s so strange as I keep forgetting it’s easter this weekend as it just feels like all the days are merging into one. These chocolates look very tasty x

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  6. Oooh these look good, I love the bunny slab. It is nice to see some more alternatives as I am not a fan of the asda free from range of chocolate. Definitely will be ordering something for my daughter who is dairy free due to allergies. Thanks for sharing

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  7. These look great! It’s going to be strange Easter for everyone this year. We can’t even buy Easter eggs, they aren’t selling them as they aren’t seen as an essential

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  8. I’ve tried gluten free brownies and they were divine. So, I imagine these chocolates must taste awesome too. Great idea for those folks who are sensitive to wheat and more.

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