Vegan Chocolate Chips
Are you looking for vegan chocolate chips for your cookies? I found Sunspire Chocolate Dream baking chocolate chips. These chips work well for the cookie recipes in the Yummy Plants vegan recipes collection, and they melt well for the chocolate pie recipe.
Sometimes I eat a few chocolate chips mixed in with walnuts as a good old fashioned snack! (I’m eating walnuts several times a week after reading The Harvard School of Public Health article that a handful of nuts several times a week can reduce your risk of cardiac arrest by 30 – 50%.)
I found these dairy-free chocolate chips at Whole Foods. I couldn’t seem to find the specific Sunspire brand online at Amazon, but I did find Enjoy Life baking chips online (in a 6-pack). Always check the ingredients, even for dark chocolate chips, to make sure they’re free of milk powder, whey, or casein (a dairy protein).
Glad there are dairy-free chocolate chips available for all of us!
Looking for more vegan foods? Visit the Vegan Food Reviews section to discover more products you can buy online or in stores. You’ll find products for vegan desserts, snacks, dairy and meat alternatives, and frozen/ packaged meals. I share vegan food that tastes good. These products are #YummyPlantsApproved!
Prefer to cook, bake, and make your own vegan snacks? Check out the Yummy Plants easy vegan recipe collection.
Rebecca Gilbert is the founder of Yummy Plants and the author of It’s Easy to Start Eating Vegan. She’s a traveler whose passion is to celebrate and share the joy of vegan food – all around the world! She is a former competitive figure skater whose switch to a vegan diet healed her chronic joint pain. She has been a featured speaker at the World VegFestival in San Francisco, Vegetarian Summerfest, and Paris Vegan Day. Book Rebecca to speak at your organization.