It’s the end of March and that’s usually when I start buying gluten-free matzo and looking up gluten-free candy and chocolate shaped like bunnies or chicks. Easter is just around the corner, and we’re so lucky to live in a time where we have so many options for gluten-free Easter/Passover/or-any-other-spring-day candy and chocolate. One of these options is Pascha Chocolate!
Pascha is an allergen-friendly organic chocolate company that is FREE FROM: Wheat and gluten, peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, soy, egg, shellfish, and fish. They are Top-8-Free and awesome.
One of the reasons why I love Pascha is that they love their certifications. They are: certified vegan (vegan.org), fair trade certified, non-GMO project verified, USDA organic, paleo certified, and kosher certified. For gluten, they are certified by the CSA. They are also part of the 1% for the Planet network – where Pascha is donating 1% of their sales to 1% for the Planet nonprofit partners. Since we know certifications take a lot of hard-work and a lot of hard-earned capital to get, you can tell how dedicated Pascha is to food allergies, sustainability, and the environment and the people within it. Don’t you just want to give them a hug now?
They offer three varieties of BAKING CHIPS: 85% bittersweet dark chocolate chips, 100% unsweetened dark chocolate chips, and 55% semi-sweet dark chocolate chips.
Looking for a great recipe to make with these chocolate chips? Check out these ideas using Pascha chocolate chips!
CHOCOLATE BLUEBERRY COCONUT SCONES by Pascha
CHOCOLATE CHIP SKILLET COOKIE by The Pretty Bee
Interested in purchasing these chips or other great Pascha chocolate products? Visit their FIND A STORE section of the website.
Are you making something for Easter or Passover* that involves chocolate chips? ENTER TO WIN PASCHA CHOCOLATE today and if you’re the winner, you can receive the chocolate chips a few days before the Easter Bunny visits! Follow the terms and conditions below using the Rafflecopter to enter to win. US only.
**THIS POST IS SPONSORED BY PASCHA CHOCOLATE**
*While Pascha chocolates are certified kosher, they are not certified kosher for Passover specifically