Top 5 Uses for Moo Free Vegan Chocolate
One of our favourite things to do is to spend an afternoon idly swiping through Instagram to see how people are enjoying Moo Free’s delicious vegan chocolate.
What we’re amazed by is how many creative uses you have for our choc, other than just popping the whole lot into your mouth the moment you lay your eyes on it. So we decided to list the top 5 alternative ways that people use Moo Free chocolate. We’ve taken some examples from Instagram that will get you reaching for your choccy stash.
Remember how your mum would never let you have chocolate for breakfast? Now we’re adults and can do what we like, can we handle the responsibility?
Without a doubt, the most popular thing to do with your Moo Free chocolate is to pop it into your breakfast. Oats (often gluten-free) are often the place to start. Add some lovely fruit and a few squares of your favourite Moo Free choccy. For our more decadent breakfasters, one of our lovely vegan chocolate characters seems to be the perfect addition.
We think this super fantastic bowl by @ashleysbowl looks like a delicious super-balanced way to start the day. Visit her Insta post to see what goes into this morning-time wonder.
Everyone knows that pancakes are not just for Shrove Tuesday – and Moo fans love pancakes. Whether you’re gluten-free or vegan, or whatever dietary requirements you have, you’ve found a way to get your pancake fix. And the more chocolate drizzled on your pancakes, the better. By far, the most popular choccy addition is our Baking Drops (exclusive to Tesco).
The Mini Moos come a close second but any of our delicious vegan choc is suitable for pouring over your warm pancakes.
Stop what you’re doing right now and take in this fabulously tasty-looking stack from @classyvegangem. Her post gives the lowdown on how to recreate this spectacle.
It’s sweet, it’s crunchy, it’s melty and chocolatey – it’s easy to see why everyone loves Rocky Road. It also seems that there isn’t a limit to how much of our gorgeous vegan and gluten-free chocolate goes into this.
Cast your eyes over this perfect-looking Rocky Road by @dairyfreedaisy and weep over the fact that it isn’t in front of you right now. Luckily for you, Daisy’s Instagram post lists the ingredients she used to make this amazing treat.
So you take your favourite vegan chocolate and then you make it into a more sophisticated sort of chocolate. Not that Moo Free choccy doesn’t have class but we’ve seen some very posh chocs. The amount of creativity and talent people put into these delights is astonishing.
We don’t really have words for these creations by @queen.of.the.desserts. Aren’t they just phenomenal? We can practically taste them. Sigh. Sadly, there is no recipe yet, although there have been promises of one.
We all love cookies. But what about freshly baked cookies, loaded with chocolate, slightly soft in the middle and warm from the oven? These are the best kind, aren’t they? And Moo fans just love to get in their kitchens and cook up a chocolatey storm.
Baking Drops or Choccy Buttons are just the trick for your cookie creations and both come in original, or in our famous vegan white chocolate. Oh gosh – white choc cookies…
Marvel at this little pile by @lucieslunchboxadventures. Can you imagine the heavenly smell from her kitchen? Here is the recipe, so you can get baking immediately.
Is your belly rumbling a little bit? Ours certainly are. What a wonderfully creative lot Moo fans are. We love seeing your ideas and creations so keep tagging us on Instagram.