Petit Pot Vegan Chocolate Pudding
UPDATE: This review was for the original Petit Pot plant-based chocolate pudding made with a coconut milk base. The company has updated their product to Petit Pot plant-based chocolate pudding with an oat milk base and is now selling the jars in a 2-pack. The new vegan chocolate pudding is a different product than the one featured in this review. The flavor and texture are different and the new jars are plain – they don’t feature the Louis character in the same way.
Say Bonjour to the Petit Pot vegan chocolate pudding! This adorable little dark chocolate dessert makes my heart and taste buds smile :) Not only is this pudding delicious, but the jar itself is sweet. The Petit Pot logo front and center is a joyful beret-clad character named Louis. I just can’t bear to part with these cute jars!
Here’s what I love about this vegan chocolate pudding by Petit Pot:
- This vegan pot de creme has an intense dark chocolate flavor with a rich and creamy texture.
- It’s already portion controlled. Each glass jar contains a single serving of this scrumptious pudding.
- The glass packaging is artwork and it’s fun to reuse the jars. (I currently store my bulk spices in the the empty jars. (Hi Louis!)
Petit Pot currently makes two vegan flavors: Dark Chocolate and Vanilla Rice Pudding. They have a vegan dessert section on their website so you can monitor their offering as it changes.
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