Moo Free Blog
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.
As part of Autism Awareness Week, we’ve asked one of employees, Joe to talk about his experience of working at Moo Free.
Hi there, I’m Joe, I’m an admin assistant/blog writer/image designer for Moo Free, I’ve been with the company for just over 3 and a half years and I am on the autistic spectrum (specifically Asperger’s syndrome).
We’ve got a new recipe for our Made with Moo Free campaign, it’s Chocolate Tiffins from Zoe! Thanks for the recipe Zoe.
- 500g Gluten free Oat biscuits
- 30g high quality coco powder
- 160g dairy free butter
- 2 tbsp golden syrup
- 2 tbsp caster sugar
- 2 large bars of Moo Free chocolate
Here at Moo Free we have lots of leading ladies. And what makes a leading lady you may ask? Well, in our eyes, a leading lady is someone in authority. She takes charge, she leads a team, a department or even the whole business. She knows what to do at the right time or even the wrong time. She is there no matter what, she offers support, she understands.
Moo Free Banana Bread
- 4 ripe bananas (save one to top the loaf!)
- 1 tsp Pumpkin spice or cinnamon.
- 150g Gluten free self raising flour.
Can you believe we’re already halfway through January, doesn’t time fly! Did you know that throughout the year we host a fun little activity called “Made with Moo Free”?
We’re looking for kings and queens of Moo Free cuisine to submit an allergy-friendly recipe that also uses Moo Free chocolates in some form or another.
There are a few rules to follow.
- Keep the recipe free from, not everyone can enjoy foods we take for granted, either through allergy problems or dietary choices.