Most chocolate-covered nuts in shops have milk, these are plant-based. Many nuts (and dried fruits) are toxic to pets, as is chocolate. Use a letterbox guard if ordering online for these treats, if you live with pets.
- Raw Ecstacy sells activated nuts, coated in raw chocolate.
- Fabulous Fudge Factory makes chocolate-covered peanuts
- Super Fudgio offers organic chocolate covered peanuts, and chocolate covered raisins.
- Nakd offers a chocolate-covered nut bar, sweetened with dates and covered in cocoa & sea salt.
- Octo Chocolate (Poland) sells nuts coated in milky vegan chocolate.
- By the River Eats (Scottish borders) offers walnuts in chocolate.
Many nuts (and dried fruits) are toxic to pets, as is chocolate. Use a letterbox guard if ordering online for these treats, if you live with pets. Conkers are also toxic to pets, so never let dogs play with them. Call your vet if you think your dog ate one.
Nuts are Choking Hazards
To help prevent choking in children or people with swallowing difficulties, sit up straight while eating, and avoid eating on the move. NHS says nuts are ok for pregnancy, but not for allergies or medical conditions. If a relative (like a father has an allergy), you may wish also to avoid for safety. Other choking hazards are:
- Nut & seed butters
- Cherry tomatoes
- Corn kernels
- Grapes & dried fruits
- Hard sweets
- Melon balls
- Crisps & crackers
- Marshmallows & gum
- Chips & popcorn
- Granola bars
- Carrot sticks & veggie hot dogs (cut lengthwise and then again)