It's time to talk vegan chocolate. Did you know you can find several different brands and varieties right at Target - both chocolate bars AND chips?
Check out the vegan chocolate at Target that we found below...
1. Equal Exchange Dark Chocolate Mint Crunch
If you live for that perfect mint and chocolate pairing, get the Equal Exchange Dark Chocolate Mint Crunch chocolate bar at Target. The varied textures of the peppermint crunch and the velvety dark chocolate play nicely off one another, and all the ingredients are organic and vegan. Dive in for an after-dinner treat.
2. Lindt Excellence 85% Cocoa Extra Dark Chocolate
Though Lindt is not exactly known for vegan chocolate with its many milk chocolate bars and truffles, it does make some dark chocolate bars that are vegan by happenstance. The 85% Cocoa bar is luxuriously silky and bittersweet with subtle depth from bourbon vanilla beans. It's good all by itself, but you can also bake with it for a deep chocolate flavor.
3. Ritter Sport Dark Chocolate with Marzipan
Did we make your day with this one? Genius German chocolate brand Ritter Sport offers this incredible vegan chocolate bar filled with creamy, almond-flavored marzipan. Ritter Sport can't claim vegan status for it as its production equipment is likely shared with non-vegan chocolate items. However, there are no animal products in the bar itself.
4. Endangered Species Dark Chocolate with Sea Salt & Almonds
Fans of sweet almonds wrapped in deep dark chocolate, we've found your chocolaty snack. It's sprinkled with sea salt to amplify the richness of the chocolate while the almonds lend a toothsome crunch. And it comes with gluten-free, fair trade and vegan certifications to boot.
5. Green & Black's Organic 85% Cacao Bar
This really is some serious dark chocolate. It has a high concentration of cacao for rich flavor, and we love that it's ethically sourced. Keep it in the kitchen cabinet and break off a nibble as needed—you'll probably find that a little goes a long way.
6. Enjoy Life Semi-Sweet Mega Chunks Baking Chocolate
OK, so these chocolate chunks are meant for baking, but maybe we've snuck a handful or two straight from the bag on occasion. They're semi-sweet, so you can use them in vegan chocolate chip cookies (or eat them—did we say that already?). The cool thing about them is that they're super allergy-friendly for those who can't tolerate gluten, soy or nuts.