The Moo Free Chocolate Blog
Just how do you cope when you work in a factory surrounded by chocolate that you have to eat as part of your job? Read all about dairy free chocolate overdoses and the struggle to create the perfect dairy free chocolates.
Eek! Exciting news today. I’m proud to announce our annual Moo Free Easter egg hunt! Mikey Bunny is understandably very excited as it’s his favourite time of the year.
Each year he visits various webpages on The Vegan Society's website, leaving Moo Free Easter eggs in all sorts of places, ready for people to find. All you need to do is click on them to enter our competition – eek! Let’s hope that Kitty Cakes doesn’t find out, we nearly had to cancel it one time when she cheated and found all the eggs and nearly scoffed them all up!
Here’s how it works. When you find one of the Moo Free Chocolates Easter eggs, depending on the type of egg it is (Original, Bunnycomb, or Orangel) you’ll enter the draw for that egg however the more eggs you find from separate pages the better chance you have of winning- eek! For example, if you find Bunnycomb eggs 3 times from 3 different pages you’ll have 3 chances of winning that egg. In fact, if you find all the eggs you could even win three of them – eek!
You can find the competition here.
Best of luck and happy hunting.
Lily Lu Lemur
Eek! Exciting news today. I’m pleased to announce that Booths (not to be confused with Boots) are going to start stocking Moo Free Chocolates. From what I’ve heard, they will start rolling out at the start of March and by the beginning of April all stores will have stock.
Booths will be selling these Moo Free chocolates:
Why am I telling you this again? Because it’s Pancake Day next Tuesday, and the Moo Free Organic Baking Drops are delicious toppings!
I’ve even done a bit of hunting around on the internet and found a lovely recipe to which you can add baking drops!
I hope you have a lovely Pancake Day :)
Leading “free from” chocolate manufacturer Moo Free launches Easter egg range for 2017
It wasn’t long ago that people with a dairy allergy or lactose intolerance had to go without chocolate eggs at Easter. All that has changed now and there are delicious dairy-free and gluten-free alternatives widely available.
The market leader Moo Free has unveiled its line-up of Easter eggs for 2017 and there are three varieties available... Click here to download the full Press Release.
Eek! Hi there everyone Lily Lu Lemur here, doing something a little different for this post. This time, I wanted do a proper introduction of myself so here goes...
To start off I’m a ringed tail lemur, named for the black and white ring like pattern on our tails. I work on the production line at the Moo Free factory, and I’m usually in charge of my favourite bar - the Minty Moo! My favourite foods are fruit, nuts, leaves and, of course, chocolate - though I seem to be the only lemur who likes it (although tamarind fruit makes me go equally bonkers eek!) I also enjoy basking in the sun (though I live in Britain so those times can be few and far between but when they are it’s great).
I tend to be very excitable, and I usually let out an eek when I am - it’s just something I can’t help. On the other hand, it works well with my athletic nature, giving me the energy to keep fit and climb the tallest tree. Although Cheeky Chops is a lot better at climbing than me, whenever we have a jumping competition I am the master and I always beat everyone else - eek!
Anyway, I’m off to write up the next blog post – typing with these paws is difficult, you see, so it can take me a bit of time!
See you next post!
Lily Lu Lemur