Not only are their products safe, but they are delicious too! If you didn't read the label, you wouldn't know you were eating "special food." It tastes like the real stuff!
We have used the Enjoy Life semi-sweet mini chips for baking for years. They are a perfect substitute for any chocolate chip recipe. Chocolate chip cookies, pancakes, muffins, donuts, etc, as well as melted for dipping/coating treats.
I was excited when Enjoy Life announced a new product release: Dark chocolate morsels. I was determined to make something other than chocolate chip cookies with these. During my holiday baking, I thought some dark chocolate morsels would go nicely in my cranberry bars. So I gave it a try, and boy was that a good decision. The bars are already pretty sweet, so the dark chocolate added a nice flavor without adding too much sweet.
|Cranberry bars with Enjoy Life dark chocolate morsels|
My opinion of the dark chocolate morsels? Perfection! They look and taste just like the real thing.
We use so many of Enjoy Life Foods products, from chocolate for baking to cookies to granola to seed and fruit mixes to chocolate bars to decadent bars and more. Okay, we pretty much use all of their products. You will see on many of my blog posts or Facebook posts that I often reference using Enjoy Life Foods items. Enjoy Life Foods are Top 8 Free (in a dedicated facility), gluten free, and free of anything artificial. I know I am making a good choice for my kids when I buy Enjoy Life Foods items.
We keep a variety of items on hand to grab for a snack or treat, and my kids know the food is safe when they see the Enjoy Life logo. Even my non-allergic kids eat and love these products!
The Enjoy Life Foods website is also very helpful. You can check out all their products, get new recipes, and learn more about food allergies. There are also coupons available to print.
While most "special food" costs a little more than "regular food," Enjoy Life Foods products are pretty reasonably priced. And I usually have a coupon with me to help reduce the cost. So go check out their website, print some coupons, and hit the grocery store on your way home to pick up some dark chocolate morsels. Then get baking.....and share the recipe of what you've made so others can enjoy it as well!