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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Pascha Chocolates - Dark Chocolate FREE of Top 8 Allergens AND Gluten-Free

Looking for NUT-FREE dark chocolate?  How about DAIRY-FREE and EGG-FREE too? COMPLETELY FREE OF TOP 8 ALLERGENS, GLUTEN-FREE, made in a dedicated allergen free facility, GMO-free, and vegan?   I have a great tasting option you will want to try.


Pascha Chocolate Review from Smart Allergy Friendly Education

Pascha Organic Dark Chocolate, Product of Peru, Made for Pascha Chocolate Company Toronto, Ontario, Canada.




A few weeks ago, my kids and I had the opportunity to try THREE of their FIVE varieties.  Due to it's bitterness, enjoying dark chocolate can be an acquired taste.  I was was curious to see what my kids would think. Here are the three options we tried:


Our Pascha Taste Tasting Trial

55% Cacao Ingredients:  ORGANIC SUGAR, ORGANIC COCOA MASS, ORGANIC COCOA BUTTER AND ORGANIC VANILLA


70% Cacao Ingredients:  ORGANIC COCOA MASS, ORGANIC SUGAR, ORGANIC COCOA BUTTER, ORGANIC NATURAL COCOA POWDER AND ORGANIC VANILLA


55% Cacao with Goldenberries Ingredients:  ORGANIC SUGAR, ORGANIC COCOA MASS, ORGANIC COCOA BUTTER, ORGANIC DRIED GOLDENBERRY AND ORGANIC VANILLA


Their favorite was the 55%  Cacao bar, followed by the 70% Cacao bar.  They didn't really like the 55% Cacao with Goldenberries.  Personally, I liked the contrast the sweet and sour Goldenberries added to the bitterness of the chocolate.


For more information, contact:  Paschachoclate.com or customerservice@paschachocolate.com


Understanding the principles of their chocolate making, may entice you to try their chocolates even more.  The following is directly from their 'PHILOSPHY' link: 



  • Use only ingredients that might be found naturally together, like cocoa and sugar cane.
  • Use ingredients that are organic or at least grow under organic principles.
  • Produce as close as possible to the source of these ingredients, to preserve freshness and to reduce the possibility of contamination or spoilage in any way.
  • Product in a bean to bar process:  in the same facility the bean goes in and chocolate comes out.  So little chocolate is made this way but it is the only way to guarantee the purest possible product.
  • While we hope to gradually increase the range of chocolate types that we produce, we will only make product that adheres to these principles.   

Try them out!  I have NO doubt you will be pleased!  I was thrilled to find them here locally here in Boise at Jake's Gluten-Free Market .

3 comments:

  1. These bars look and sound wonderful! Thanks for the review! I'll be looking for them at Whole Foods!

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    1. Angie... if you are a dark chocolate fan, I'm sure you will love them. Thanks for taking time to post.

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  2. I love that there are choices for chocolate lovers! Thank you for this review! These bars look amazing...yumm!

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