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Gluten-Free Treat Ideas: Hnina Organic Chocolate [My Review]


Chocolate is one of those things that is actually good for you, But let's be real though, some chocolates have more of a "wow" factor than others. Am I right?


So I had the chance to try some healthy rich chocolate made by a company called, "Hnina Gourmet." They have a mission to provide delicious and HEALTHY chocolate to all of us chocolate fans. Founded by Vanessa Morgenstern-Kenan, she decided to create chocolate of her own just because she couldn't find any quite good enough for her and her family. I think that's pretty awesome! Check out her story here.




I got to try out some amazing truffles and chocolate bars by Hnina Gourmet. Their truffles are so incredibly rich and they actually aren't too sweet. They are truly a healthy chocolate experience so you will actually feel REALLY good about yourself after enjoying this chocolate. 

I ended up wanting to try out this chocolate in baking and I bake muffins on the weekends usually. I broke up a chocolate bar and sprinkled in the top alongside some berries. And you guys, this chocolate cooks up GREAT! It inspired me to think up more creations and I would love to try out this chocolate with some hot chocolate. Yum! 

If you are curious about some great recipe ideas then here's a few that I think you will be inspired to create thanks to this chocolate - 

Homemade Smores Fudge Wedding Favor

Chocolate Chip Protein Muffins

Chocolate Sandwich Cookies
Have your taste buds been activated??? Well, I highly recommend going online to Hnina Gourmet's website and selecting some of their delectable chocolates. Remember, they aren't overly sweet so this makes them great for healthy tasty snacking and also adding them to any recipes you feel inspired to create! Best of all, it's vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, GMO-free, and so many other amazing things!

Visit their website to shop for chocolate. Plus be sure to visit them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Also their blog has some great recipes that you must check out, here.

I am also happy to announce that I will be giving away some Hnina chocolate to one lucky reader! You'll be receiving the same chocolates I received! Enter via Rafflecopter below. Giveaway ends on 1/31. US Only.

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I received the above items in exchange for my honest review.

Comments

  1. I would love to try them all, and I think I would go for the Macadamias + Pistachios first, they sound so special! Wow!

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  2. I have had the pleasure of trying HNINA Chocolates before and they are simply delicious each one is unique in their own special way with their crunch of nuts! I absolutely loved the almonds and hazelnuts one it was so good! crunchy, creamy, sweet !

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  3. I would like to try the Macadamia's and Pistachios. They look delicious! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you. Happy January!

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  4. I would like to try their Brazilian nuts + Almonds + Coconuts.

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  5. I'd like to try the Pistachios & Hazelnuts.

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  6. Brazilian Nuts, Almonds, and Coconut sounds like a fabulous combination.

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  7. It all sounds so delicious! I would love to try the Walnuts + Cashews truffles!

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  8. I like the Brazilian nuts + Almonds + Coconuts.

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  9. Pistachios & Hazel Nut Truffles sound yummy!

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  10. Pistachios & Hazel Nut Truffles sound yummy!

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  11. I think the Macadamias + Pistachios truffles sound delicious. I love that they use sprouted raw organic pistachios and macadamias.

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  12. All of them seem wonderful to try. I think I would try the Macadamias + Pistachios Truffles or the Brazilian nuts + Almonds + Coconuts first.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  13. The hazelnuts and almond truffles looks really good!

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  14. I would love to try the Walnuts + Cashews.

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  15. I love chocolate and would be happy if I win

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  16. Would love to try them all especially the Brazilian nuts + Almonds + Coconuts! YUMMY IN MY TUMMY! <3 XOXO

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  17. I love chocolate more than anything, thank you so much for this!

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  18. The walnuts and cashews chocolate looks so amazing! That one definitely catches my interest!

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  19. I'd like the Sprouted Truffles with walnuts and cashews Rosanne rosans4@comcast.net

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  20. Macadamias + Pistachios catches my eye! Tasty!

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  21. The Macadamias & Pistachios sound so delicious. Thanks and Happy New Year!

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  22. They all look yummy, but perhaps Macadamias and Pistachios.

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  23. I think i would like the pistachios and hazleneuts

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  24. The Brazilian nuts + Almonds + Coconuts Truffles sound yummy.

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  25. The Pistachios + Hazelnuts sounds awesome to me!

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  26. The walnuts and chashews look good

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  27. I would like to try their Walnuts + Cashews.

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  28. The Walnuts + Cashews Hnina Chocolates catches my eye.

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  29. I would like the Almonds + Hazelnuts.

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  30. I think that the Brazilian nuts + Almonds + Coconuts sound really good.

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  31. I'd like to try the Almonds + Hazelnuts

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  32. The Macadamias and Pistachio Truffles caught my eye. They look so good.
    Laurie Emerson

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