Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate, oh how I love you chocolate. People without allergies are shocked when I tell them I can have chocolate. Yes, most mainstream chocolate bars do have dairy in them. However, chocolate is not a dairy product. Chocolate is a gift from Heaven, right? God made it just for us ladies, right? Oh, maybe I’m wrong. Regardless of where chocolate came from though, you better go get some now. Here’s a wonderful list of some delicious chocolate recipes.
I’ve connected with fellow dairy free chocolate lovers to create the perfect list of 12 tasty dairy free chocolate recipes. All of these chocolate recipes are dairy free, soy free, egg free, gluten free and peanut free. Most are vegan as well! If you like lists like this, be sure to show it some love in the comments down below! 🙂
P.S. If you want more dessert recipes (including some with chocolate) check out the “6 Easy Gluten Free Desserts” Post.
This chocolate bark is such a simple recipe and will definitely meet all your chocolatey needs! It’s very similar to the Black and White Almond Butter Cups I made back around Halloween, but this bark is all about the chocolate. The dairy free white chocolate side is so creamy and so melt in your mouth good. Then the dairy free dark chocolate side is almost like vegan fudge.
This fudge is, well it’s fudge! Does it need any other words? Ok fine, I’ll elaborate a bit… it’s so creamy, so thick, so dark, so rich, so fudge! AND so dairy free! But honestly forget the fact that this is “allergy and vegan friendly” blah blah blah. ???? This is just fudge people. Yes, I made it a little bit different than normal fudge, but when you eat it you don’t have a clue!
A loaf of gluten free vegan chocolate banana bread is perfect to make on the weekends to have for snacks during the week. It can even be enjoyed for breakfast or at a brunch, even though it’s like dessert! It’s rich, decadent, not overly sweet, and filled with deep chocolate flavor that I hope you’ll love. It’s also fluffy…but at the same time, a little dense. I think that has to do with all the chocolate chips!
These fudgesicles are so ridiculously delicious and creamy! You won’t believe they contain no added sugar… and are healthy! These babies are packed with fiber and protein, thanks to the dates and hemp seeds.
Eat or Drink Original Recipe
Doesn’t chocolate pudding remind every one of their childhood? That’s a thing, right? We all sat there in the cafeteria eating chocolate pudding. Or on a friend’s couch talking about boys. Now even better we can have our chocolate pudding, completely vegan. Such easy steps and simple ingredients to make this too!
These healthy bounty bars are a copycat recipe of the good old bounty (or mound) bar! This homemade version of the classic is made with only 4 ingredients, no-bake, refined sugar-free, low-carb and super healthy. Entirely Paleo, Vegan and Gluten-free, these simple and easy to make chocolates are compliant with most popular diet trends. Raw version also available. Coconut lovers rejoice!
This is a chocolately-chocolate ice cream that is so chocolate-filled…serious chocolate overload happening. It’s one of those moments when the ice cream melts on your tongue and your eyes get wider and wider at the same time…and you can’t wait for that next bite.
These are the easiest desserts that are beyond delicious. It is the perfect dessert to bring to any party. Or just make for yourself when you’re craving something yummy. These are made very similar to rice crispy bars. Instead of puffed rice cereal, I used gluten-free Oreos. I also used vegan marshmallows to make these vegan-friendly.
This recipe for Chocolate Almond Avocado Pudding has all of the flavors of an Almond Joy in a creamy sugar-free pudding. This recipe can be part of a low-carb, keto, diabetic, gluten-free, dairy-free, Atkins, Paleo, or Banting diet. Note: Total time does not include chilling time.
These Cherry Chocolate Walnut Truffles are made with real whole food ingredients! Enough sweetness to satisfy, but with protein, fiber, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals too! And only 5 ingredients needed (6 if you count salt).
Mmm fudge. Can it get any better? Especially for us ladies at that time of the month. When the world is our enemy and chocolate is our only friend. Yes, fudge is the chocolatey treat we need. This fudge is similar to the Dark Chocolate Fudge recipe I posted a while back. However, this one has the addition of crunchy almond butter.
Healthy donuts that can be eaten for breakfast? Yes, it is true! Wait, really!? Yes, really! They are baked and the main ingredients are oat flour, almond flour, chia seeds, non-dairy milk, unsweetened cocoa powder (or cacao powder) and maple syrup. This means they are 100% vegan, gluten-free, refined sugar-free and full of good-for-you ingredients.