I’m not going to lie.
When I was told I needed to follow a gluten-free diet, I immediately thought of chocolate. I knew that Reese’s peanut butter cups are gluten-free. But, I didnt want to eat the same gluten-free chocolate bar for the rest of my life.
I’ve been reading about gluten-free chocolate bars for several weeks. And, I’m so relieved!
Below, you’ll find ideas for the following:
- vegan chocolate bars
- dairy-free chocolate bars
- gluten free candy bars
- gluten free halloween candy
- gluten free chocolate bars on Amazon
- gluten free chocolate bars in the UK
What Chocolate Bars Are Gluten-Free?
At the time of this post, Lindt offered several Excellence Bars that are labeled gluten-free. You can find them on the website and on Amazon.
- 70% Cocoa Excellence Bar
- 78% Cocoa Excellence Bar
- Roasted Hazelnut Excellent Bar
- 90% Cocoa Excellence Bar
- 85% Cocoa Excellence Bar
- White Chocolate Excellence Bar
- Intense Orange Excellence Bar
- Chili Excellence Bar
- A Touch Of Sea Salt Excellence Bar
- 99% Cocoa Excellence Bar
- Dark Coconut Excellence Bar
- Caramel With A Touch Of Sea Salt Excellence Bar
- Raspberry Excellence Bar
- Roasted Almond Excellence Bar
- Intense Mint Excellence Bar
- 95% Cocoa Excellence Bar
- Pink Peppercorn Excellence Bar
M&M’s are gluten-free except pretzel and crispy.
Always carefully read the labels for seasonal and temporary flavors. You may find traces of wheat or other allergens.
You can find M&M’s at most major retailers.
MARS does not offer a specific gluten-free candy list. Always read the labels.
At the time of this post, 3 Musketeers bars are gluten-free.
The Celiac Disease Foundation reported that Nestle Milk Chocolate bars are gluten-free.
No Whey Foods chocolate bars are free from the top 8 allergens including gluten, milk, soy, and tree nuts. You can read more about the bars at No Whey Foods. You’ll find the polar dream white, semisweet dark, and the milkless chocolate bar.
You’ll also find No Whey Foods gluten-free chocolate bars on Amazon.
Organic Ocho Candy offers gluten-free chocolate bars including caramels, coconut, peanut butter, and dark caramel. You’ll also find a fair trade certification, organic labels, non-GMO ingredients, and some vegan varieties. You can order them online or at major retailers.
You’ll also find Ocho Candy chocolate bars on Amazon.
The Hershey Company reported that Reese’s FAST Break Bar, Reese’s Nutrageous Bar, Peanut Butter Cups (except unwrapped minis and seasonal shapes), and Pieces (except pieces eggs) are gluten-free.
You can find them on Amazon and where Hershey products are sold.
You can review the allergen labels for MARS Galaxy products on the website.
At the time of publishing, galaxy smooth milk, galaxy minstrels, and galaxy ripples did not contain a wheat allergen label. However, you should continue to read the labels.
Again, MARS does not offer a gluten-free candy list.
Please read the labels carefully. At the time of this post, Snicker bars were free from gluten containing ingredients.
UliMana offers gluten-free truffles. They are USDA organic, gluten-free, vegan, dairy-free, raw, no processed sugar, fair trade, and non-GMO. They ship for free with any order over $50. You can order them on the website.
Zazubean offers dark chocolate.
The chocolate bars are organic, gluten-free, gmo-free, and soy-free.
You’ll find Zazubean on well.ca and on their website.
If you try a gluten-free chocolate bar, send me an email or use #chewthisup on Instagram. I want to see your pictures.
And, if you find a new favorite, hooray!
♥ Lorally B.
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