Coconut Collaborative launches decadent vegan praline chocolate pots

Coconut Collaborative launches decadent vegan praline chocolate pots

Read Time:   |  8th February 2021

The Coconut Collaborative has added another delicious new sweet treat to its range of plant-based desserts - Praline & Chocolate Little Pots.

When you want something sweet after your meal, the Coconut Collaborative’s perfectly-sized dessert pots are a great option for those looking for something indulgent and dairy-free.

The latest addition to its range is the brand new Praline & Chocolate flavour, a rich chocolate pudding with notes of caramel, hazelnut and praline which is available at Tesco now priced at £2.50 for a pack of four.

Coconut Collaborative’s new praline lots are perfect for those looking to get their chocolate fix without going overboard on the calories and sugar as these impressive pots are only 110 calories each, half the calories, half the fat and contain 3 times less sugar than comparable alternatives.

The company currently offers a selection of delicious flavours to please every palate in its ‘Little Pots’ range, including chocolate, salted caramel, banoffee and espresso.

The new Praline & Chocolate Little Pots are not the only exciting new launched from the Coconut Collaborative as the brand has also recently launched a tasty new vegan vanilla custard made with real vanilla.

Although the custard swaps dairy for coconuts, the company promises you won’t be able to tell as it is thick and creamy and ‘actually tastes like custard’. Coconut Collaborative’s vegan custard is available to purchase now from Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Co-op.

Missing your favourite non-vegan chocolate bars like Snickers and Twix?

Have a go at making your own dairy-free chocolates with these nostalgic vegan chocolate bar recipes!

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