These Vegan Rocky Road Bars by Mummy Meagz are wheat, dairy and nut free, suitable for vegans and available in 4 different flavours!
Mummy Meagz Vegan Rocky Road
When Mummy Meagz got in touch for me to try their new Vegan Rocky Road Bars, I didn’t really know what to expect. I’m not Vegan, but I’m always being asked by friends and readers if I know of any vegan recipes, or anywhere to buy vegan sweet treats that taste nice! Generally, if I’ve ever tasted a vegan alternative to a classic, I’ve usually been disappointed, so I was thrilled when I tasted Mummy Meagz Vegan Rocky Road Bars, and they tasted beautiful!
The handmade bars contain no nuts, fruit, dairy, eggs or gluten, and so I’m amazed how they are still packed full of flavour and taste just the same as the real deal, if not more flavoursome! I find it really surprising how tasty the marshmallows are without the unwanted ingredients such as gelatine, I wouldn’t even have been able to tell the difference!
Vegan Rocky Road Flavours
They come in four difference flavours including original, orange, minty and sea salt & cinder toffee. I’ll be honest, I am not a fan of mint chocolate at all, so I’ve passed that one over to my husband to try, but as soon as he opened it I could smell the mint chocolate instantly, so I don’t need him to tell me that it is packed with flavour!
I am a huge lover of orange flavoured chocolate, and that can cause problems sometimes when trying an alternative. The reason I say this, is because when you have already decided that something tastes amazing, you set yourself up to be disappointed when you try another version. In this case however, I opened the packet and was instantly greeted with the scent of chocolate orange. It reminded me so much of the smell of when you open a tin of Quality Street and take out the orange ones, which incidentally, are my favourite! The vegan Rocky Road bars taste as good as they smell, and I can say I will definitely be buying a secret stash of them for sweet tooth emergencies.
It’s so nice to know that there is an option of flavours to mix it up a bit, with the sea salt and cinder toffee being another winner, although there is nothing quite like the original! It was a close call between the chocolate orange and the original, but I think for me the plain one just takes the trophy!
Wait! That’s not all…
Hearing that Meagan and Willow, the founders of Mummy Meagz, also have a cafe called ‘Blondes’, in the village of Cottingham in the East Riding of Yorkshire makes me have something to look forward to when our lockdown here in the UK has lifted, as I would love to visit! Even if just to try their vegan Creme egg alternative, Chuckie Eggs!
Until then, I will have to make do with ordering them from Holland and Barrett where you can buy Mummy Meagz Vegan Rocky Road bars for only £1.49, or the Chuckie Eggs for only 99p!
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