Sweet William Chocolate

Here’s an amazing diary-free & vegan chocolate spread that I’ve tasted earlier today thanks to the Sweet William brand.

They are perfect for sandwiches, fruits, pancakes, desserts & snacks – especially when preparing a healthy kids diet for breakfast, recess and/or lunch. However, my preferred topping belongs on cakes & even donuts which works really well alongside these colourful 100s & 1000s sprinkles from Dollar Sweets (190g pack).

I just wished they can make a different dairy free chocolate spread but in white vanilla flavour & not only that, I can play around some food colouring as well to reflect a different icing of cake/donuts other than chocolate. But still, it’s a nice chocolate spread to have that you can put on almost everything while they’re safe to eat away from dairy, eggs & nuts.

Although they’re out of stock on Amazon right now with no restocking date being finalised at this stage, but there’s still some units available to try here on eBay.

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Here’s some fresh, soft, sweet & dairy-free chocolate chunk cookies that I’ve made earlier this week at home. 

The following ingredients you need are:


* 2 tablespoons of melted coconut oil & other 2 tablespoons of apple sauce

* 1 whole egg replacer (by mixing 1 teaspoon of Orgran no egg product + 2 tablespoons of water)

* 1/4 cup of raw brown sugar

*  2 tablespoons of powdered sugar

* 3 x 1/4 teaspoons of vanilla extract


* 1/2 cup of wholemeal flour

* 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda

* Sprinkle 3-4 times with a bit of salt

* 1/3 cup of chopped Sweet William Vegan Mylk dairy-free chocolate block 

Start with mixing the wet and dry ingredients separately before you integrate them into the one bowl by mixing it again gently this time (using a spatula) until just combined. Then you can chuck in some chopped dairy-free chocolate blocks & mix it (gently again) for another 3-4 times, as you air-tight the cookie dough into the freezer with a plastic wrap for at least an hour or two.

Take the cookie dough out of the freezer after the resting stage by scooping one tablespoon each of cookie dough (serves a total of four cookies) into the baking tray (make sure you line it up with baking paper), while pre-heating the air fryer at 180 degrees Celsius for 4-5 minutes. 

Once that is done, place the baking tray onto the air fryer by lowering the temperature to 150 degrees Celsius for 12-14 mins before cooling it down for another 5-10 minutes & now it’s ready to eat. 

All in all, If you’re unable to find these dairy-free cookies that are ready-made at your local grocery store unless you’re willing to pay online elsewhere with some extra shipping costs, then this is the recipe for you.

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