Why You’ll Love It
About This Brand
Evaporated cane juice, natural chocolate liquor (non-alcoholic), non-dairy cocoa butter.
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Reviews For Semi-Sweet Chocolate Mini Chips
Based on 25 Reviews
My kids immediately used these (without my permission) to make some chocolate chip pancakes. They were quickly forgiven when I realized they were delicious. I will just have to buy more.
- Nina M
best dairy free chocolate by far!
Fantastic deep chocolate flavor! Wishing I had purchased more than just one bag.
Dairy and soy free was enough for me to try these. They are my favorite chocolate chips to bake with! Delicious
Hands down waaaaay cheaper than other places locally.
These are fine for cookie projects... but they don't melt as well as other chocolate. They also have sugar.
Great Chocolate for Baking (.. and snacking!)
I've been using these chocolate chips for a while now for any recipe which calls for them. I also on occasion if a bag is open snack on them :-). The chocolate is good and doesn't upset my stomach like other chocolates which contain ingredients such as soy and dairy. And what I love most is the price I can get them here on Thrive.
Love the gluten free option for yummy treats!
Not as good as the Mega Chunks but still awesome
Don't be scared by what isn't in these chocolate chips, but by what is. I'll admit, gluten free, soy free, dairy free didn't sound appetizing to me but I tried them at the recommendation of a friend. They are the best chocolate chips I've tasted and worth the price
My go-to chips
I use these in baking, and in banana pancakes. Wouldn't be caught without them.
Enjoy Life Chocolate Bits
Love this. No soy is important for me.
Fantastic, tastes like regular choc chips
Love these choc chips! Great for baking, as a dessert topping or plain by the palm full.
I use these in pancakes, ice cream, etc. - wonderful to have in the natural food pantry.
I do like this as a good option. It is not the most ideal, but is tasty and safe for my GF kids. I am able to purchase this item at a better price at my local shopping location. I really like the simplicity of the ingredients! However, it is not labeled organic or fair trade. Absolutely (as of today) would buy it again.
My favorite treat!
I keep a bag of these in my desk at work and have one small handfull when I need a sweet treat. They are divine! It is so hard to find soy free chocolate and this brand does not disappoint!
Not a fan
These are way too bitter to be appetizing. If you like dark chocolate, go for it. If not, these chocolate chips are not for you.
I love baking cookies and pastries, but since going vegan I've had to get a little creative. One of the things I missed most was chocolate chip cookies. I'm so happy my friend told me about these!!
I've tried carob chips before, and they were that disappointing taste of *almost* being chocolate, but not quite. These taste like chocolate, and actually have coca butter in them, so they have the right texture as well! I've even started to eat these by themselves as a snack, and put them in my trail mix.
- Jody Pittman
Good for those sensitive to peanuts.
My wife loves baking chocolate chip cookies for my daughter. However, she is always very cautious about the brands offered in the grocery stores because our daughter is allergic to peanuts.
I ran across this brand last week and found this chocolate to be nut and peanut free..perfect for my daughter! In addition to that, it is free of gluten, lactose and GMO's.
We did find that it had a slight waxy texture, but all of the other benefits rule out the competition.
- Darnell Washington
Simply the best
I don't have any allergies but my partner is both lactose intolerant and has a gluten allergy. My mother is lactose intolerant too and she recommended these chocolate chips for a sweet snack that we can share. She uses them for baking, but my partner and I love eating them right out of the bag, or melting it into some almond milk for yummy, dairy and gluten free stove-top hot chocolate. The mini morsels are so cute and perfect for a chocolate fix, and they melt easier because they're tiny. I expected them to taste different somehow (read: worse) than regular chocolate, but it was not the case at all. Super delicious, and a worry-free treat for me and my boo! Perfectly semi-sweet with a rich chocolate taste, and a smooth, melt-y texture that's different from the cheaper, waxy-feeling chips.
Better When Melted or Baked
I cant have casein so these chips are for me!
Because these chips are dairy-free they do not melt in your mouth. I do find that if you add them on top of brownies and bake them, they melt just fine. I actually prefer them this way. I have also had success on the stove-top, in a pot, melting it into a sauce. This also helps with aroma therapy! I can't wait to use these in my gluten-free chocolate chip cookie recipe.
- A. Powell
Excellent Flavor & Texture
I am an avid baker and these chips beat all others. Their small size means they melt very quickly on your tongue which releases a burst of creamy, sweet, chocolate flavor. I prefer to mix them into brownie recipes as a way to disperse the chocolate more evenly throughout the batter. That way, the eater gets a consistent amount of delicious chocolate chip flavor in each bite.
These are great chips. They have no waxy taste.
Enjoy Life Mini Chocolate Chips. Like the name says you will enjoy these chips. They are gluten free, dairy
free, nut free, and soy free. They have a Great Taste.
Semi-Sweet Chocolate Mini Chips
These are great chips and have great flavor, not waxy like a person buys in a store.
- Thrive User
Best Chocolate Chips!
I love the small size and they are big on flavor!
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