Vegan Chocolate Spread

Vegan Chocolate Spread

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Our creamy vegan chocolate spread is an instant heart winner and is made using cacao, peanuts, cashews and sugar! 

 

Why sugar? We have another variant that is made with jaggery and is healthier but if you find the taste of gur in your food too overwhelming then you can go for this.

 

We get our organic raw cacao beans from Tamil Nadu, and slow roast them to bring out the flavour. Each cacao bean is hand-shelled by the local women of Dhanotu village before it dances in the blender with the rest of our ingredients. The result is a smooth, liquid chocolate which can be spread on your morning toast, you can also make cookies, chocolate bars, choco-balls, smoothies or just lick it straight from the spoon!

 

Interestingly, while you are relishing our vegan chocolate spread, you are also helping the animals at the same time as all the proceeds from the sales of the products are used to support our animal clinic.

 

Quantity: 150 grams

Ingredients: Cacao, Sugar, Peanuts, Cashews

 

Benefits:

 

  • The antioxidant-rich flavonoids (which give cacao its dark colour), are great free radical fighters. This may make it a benefit in reducing the risk of certain types of cancer. 

 

  • Chocolate is rich in anandamide, which triggers a serotonin response in the brain and helps improve mood and mitigate stress and panic attacks.

 

  • Iron in chocolate spread helps to fight off anemia by producing RBC. It reduces fatigue and tiredness.

 

FAQs

 

Is dark chocolate helpful in depression?

Dark chocolate has been shown to contain neurochemicals, such as serotonin, that have a psychoactive and euphoric effect on the mind. It should come as no surprise that chocolate can instantly improve your mood as serotonin is a neurotransmitter that regulates mood and cognitive function.

 

How can you eat chocolate spread?

You can spread it on breads and toasts, waffles, pancakes, muffins, or it to your shakes.

 

Does vegan chocolate contain less calories?

You can eat vegan chocolate in moderation while on a diet, as it contains fewer fats and calories.

 

How to pick the best chocolate spread?

Go for something that is vegan, and free from artificial colours, preservatives and uses natural sweeteners like dates or jaggery.



Best before 6 months from the date of manufacture.



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