Having a kid on a special diet is so hard. Yes, I did just whine a little. I love food. My kids love food. We particularly love chocolate. A lot. A. Whole. Lot. Especially when it is baked in to that decadent form of gooey goodness we call chocolate chip cookies. Oh yeah.... To my dismay, all the mainstream chocolate chips have dairy and soy lecithin added. Boo. Soy lecithin is on the "no no" list for my son and we are limiting dairy. What when chocolate chip manufacturers thinking when they added an ingredient like soy lecithin to unsuspecting chocolate? Because the only thing I really know about soy lecithin is that it is an emulsifier and I don't understand the manufacturing process of chocolate chips - I can't answer why they put it in there! LOL.... But, I kept searching the good search and finally found what I was looking for!
|Why, YES! You did hear angels singing!|
They were AWESOME! They melted and everything! They tasted marvelous! My kids, my husband, and my refined tastesbuds could not tell they were lacking any of those allergens...... That is good! I can not wait to try these on other things, like in my trail mix recipe! Woot!
Ok, so here are the details if you want to snag you a bag. You can buy Enjoy Life chocolate chips in mini chips or chunks. They are available online at The Gluten Free Mall or at your local grocery store for around $5 a bag. Enjoy Life also has many other products I am excited to try out, like their boom Choco boom chocolate bars. If you click on that link there is currently a coupon for 75 cents off two! It is worth your time to run over to their website at http://www.enjoylifefoods.com/, and check out their other products. You may find it makes feeding those on those "free" diets much easier.