#CDAM16 Weekly Sponsor Pascha Chocolate Vegan Milk Chocolate Chips

When was the last time you had white chocolate…okay, but when was the last time you had dairy-free white chocolate? If you’re like me, probably never. But what about dairy-free white chocolate that is gluten-free, and free from the top 8 allergens and is also organic? Welcome to the magic that is Pascha Chocolate and their brand new (as in not quite out yet) organic rice milk chocolate white chocolate baking chips. Did that last sentence just blow your mind? It certainly blew mine when I met these chips at the Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim this past March. I blogged about my new product finds on CeliacandtheBeast.com and for New Hope as part of their blogging team – read all of our blogger favorites here.

I’m telling you, you’re gonna lose your mind over these vegan milk chocolate chips. As soon as you can get your hands on some!

Pascha Chocolate Rice Milk White Chocolate

Pascha Chocolate Rice Milk

These chips are made in a dedicated dairy-free, nut-free, wheat and gluten-free facility. Soy is used in the facility but these chips are made on a completely dedicated soy-free line and lab tests of the chips do not detect any soy down to 5ppm.

The vegan organic white rice milk chocolate chips are made with:

  • Organic Cocoa Butter
  • Organic Rice Milk Powder (rice syrup powder, rice starch, rice flour)
  • Organic Cane Sugar
  • Organic Vanilla

The vegan organic rice milk chocolate chips are made with

  • Organic Cane Sugar
  • Organic Cocoa Butter
  • Organic Rice Milk Powder* (rice syrup powder, rice starch, rice flour)
  • Organic Cocoa Mass
  • Sunflower Lecithin

Stay tuned to their website for when these rice milk vegan milk chocolate chips launch! However, we will get you a package of them when they are ready to go! Enter to win these with Pascha Chocolate goodies! Just follow the terms and conditions in the Rafflecopter below!

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**Pascha Chocolate is a paid weekly sponsor of Celiac and the Beast and #CDAM16! We thank them very much for their sponsorship and for making great chocolate!**

47 comments

  1. I’ll admit, I’m not a huge fan of milk chocolate, prefer the dark variety. But, my kids love’m. I would make them some Rice Krispie Treats to have for a lunchtime snack!

  2. Okay, okay … calm down everyone. I’m going to win these bad boys, so just back off! I NEED these!!!!!!! For EVERYTHING!!!!!! ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤
    ~jules

  3. I would bake some amazing muffins or cookies! Most likely, they wouldn’t make it that far and end up in my mouth.

  4. I can’t wait for the white chocolate to hit the market! We’ve so many allergies that every other option has either not worked for our profile, or has tasted just . . . blegh. I used to make a cookie recipe at Christmas that included dried cranberries, dark chocolate, and white chocolate. If these chips work for us, then all that’s left is for us to get a dehydrator for the cranberries! Yay!

  5. I would probably make peppermint bark. That was one of my favorite Christmas treats before my celiac diagnosis and finding out about my (cow) dairy allergy.

  6. Oh my goodness! I am allergic to soy along with being celiac. I haven’t had white chocolate in sooooooo many years because I have never been able to find any without soy in them. I have to find these!!

  7. I would bake some gluten free chewy white and dark chocolate chip cookies for the local volunteers and my grands! <3

  8. The other allergy-friendly white chocolate I’ve been able to find has been too expensive to use for much, but I like to dip puffed rice treats in white cocolate. I also use white chocolate to up the cocoa fat content of other allergy-friendly chocolates to try to get a better temper so they don’t bloom (go all blotchy and chalky). Looks like my daughter might get some white chocolates in her advent calendar this year!

  9. There’s a great recipe for Rocky Road cookies in Vegan Cookies Take Over Your Cookie Jar; I rarely make them because a family member is allergic to soy and I haven’t been able to find soy-free vegan white chocolate chips. Looks like those days are coming to an end…

  10. I’d eat them straight out of the bag lol. But I’d also make white chocolate chip cookies and use them in pancakes!

  11. Oh my. Vegan white chocolate chips. Wow. I’d first make white chocolate peanut butter cups or some kind of crispy white chocolate bar. I cannot wait for these to come out

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