It's a little late to enjoy Vermont Nut Free Chocolate's St. Patrick's Day treats but there are plenty of other reasons to order and indulge in a special nut-free chocolaty treat. There's Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day, and there's tomorrow! All great times for chocolate!
Vermont Nut Free Chocolates sent a box of St. Patrick's Day chocolate coins, miniature chocolates, and Leprechaun Pops and I gave Sebastian one of each this morning. What's really funny is that I had already sent him to school and I forgot it was St. Patrick's Day! He didn't wear green, and I didn't give him a special St. Patrick's Day treat! I felt so bad. I grabbed a green sweater from Sebastian's closet, and one of each of the St. Patrick's Day treats from Vermont Nut Free Chocolates, jumped in the car and made a fool of myself at the school's reception desk when I told them that I needed to give Sebastian a green sweater and some chocolate! I know all four of the women behind the desk thought I was crazy. What's worse is that one was the school counselor. I'm sure she thinks I'm crazy!
Vermont Nut Free Chocolates are handmade, gourmet quality candies, that provide children withpeanut and tree nut allergies a way to safely enjoy chocolate treats.They’re also a great alternative for classroom parties in peanut-free schoolsor day care centers.
Here are some fun Vermont Nut Free Chocolates facts:
- There's a fun chocolate tool set for little guys and dads
- You can buy chocolate for baking including chocolate chips, cocoa powder, and unsweetened baking chocolate
- A litter of 9 chocolate pigs is only $3.25!
- Perfect for class treats
- And yes, they sell Truffles!
Treats can be ordered from the company’s web site, http://www.vermontnutfree.com/