Review of Chocologic Free From Christmas Chocolate Lollies

This year I decided that I should make it my mission to start my Christmas reviews early. So when I discovered that Tesco’s had launched their Christmas free from range I had to pop in store and find out more. Sadly, a lot of the section was already out of stock. However, there was chocolate and I love chocolate so I decided to grab some to try. The first festive chocolate I decided to try was Chocologic free from lollies.

I personally liked the packaging, simple clear cellophane which means you can tell exactly what you are going to eat. To the back is a white label with the ingredients list. It is clearly labelled as being dairy free and suitable for a vegan diet. Onto the ingredients list with regards to allergens soya is highlighted. There is a may contain warning for peanuts and nuts.

On opening the packaging I was immediately greeted by a subtle aroma of sweetness that I associate with free from the chocolate. I was looking forward to trying this chocolate Santa. The actual chocolate is made up of one piece which was impossible to break into pieces. On biting into the chocolate my taste buds were first hit by the sweetness from the chocolate. Onto the chocolates texture. The chocolate was slightly hard to initially bite into. This soon became smooth in texture and melted slightly in the mouth. I ate this chocolate in one sitting and confess to licking the stick it was on to make sure that nothing was left behind.

So would I recommend this chocolate Santa? Yes I would It is a great value festive chocolate with the right balance of flavour and texture. So if you like chocolate and follow a dairy free, gluten free and or vegan diet give this festive treat try. So thank you Chocologic for producing festive chocolate that I can enjoy.

81 thoughts on “Review of Chocologic Free From Christmas Chocolate Lollies

  1. When you opened the packaging and bit into it, I was right there with you! I couldn’t imagine that a dairy-free chocolate would even taste good! Guess there are some items for me to try this season, especially chocolate-related. 😃

  2. Ah thank you for the heads up! My youngest is dairy free and we shop at tesco so this would be perfect to stick in the christmas eve box! Great price too! Can’t beat Tesco with free from products, I have always found the whole range amazing! #fabfridaypost

  3. i think chocolate reviews are the best idea! I wanna do it too! These lollies look so good and it is great that you liked them xx corinne

  4. Yum!!! Will be trying these now, to be honest I always assumed they might be a bit more like cooking chocolate but on your recommendation I’m in. Have stumbled, because we all need chocolate reviews! #mondaystumble

  5. Hi Chloe, it must be a worry for people with allergies to safely enjoy chocolate. These festive treats sound perfect for filling the gap and the plain wrapping shows off the chocolate treat perfectly.

    Thank you for linking up with the #MMBC.


  6. They really look and sound great. I also love the fact the price tag is reasonable. That’s pretty rare with ‘free from’ food. Glad you found something you loved 🙂 As always, thanks for joining in with #FreeFromFridays.

  7. It’s so great to see what is out there now for those with allergies. I’ll be recommending these to a friend who will appreciate them. #bigpinklink

  8. It’s brilliant that there is something that people and especially children can really enjoy at Christmas if they are dairy free. Sounds fab! Thanks for linking up to the#bigpinklink this week.

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