Belvas Belgian Chocolates - Mixed Dark Chocolate Easter Eggs

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Celebrate Easter with these groegous and delicious mixed dark chocolate Easter eggs!
Dark full 72%, Dark ganache and Dark hazelnut praline.
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Celebrate Easter with these gorgeous and delicious mixed dark chocolate Easter eggs!
Dark full 72%, Dark ganache and Dark hazelnut praline.


Nutritional Information


Inulin, Cocoa Butter, Hazelnuts, Cocoa Mass, Cocoa Powder, Shea Butter, Vanilla, Sunflower Lecithin.
Organically-grown products.
Controlled by Certisys BE-BIO-01.
May contain milk and soy.

Energy: 2205 kJ/ 528 kcal
Fat: 45.55 g Of which saturated: 21.56 g
Carbohydrate: 6.76 g of which sugars: 4.04 g
Protein: 6.46 g
Salt: >0.01 g

Contains: hazelnuts.
May contain traces of almonds, pistachios, milk and soy.

Inulin is a dietary fibre extracted from the roots of certain plants. Chicory root is the most used source, but the inulin we use in the Belvas No Sugar Added Chocolate recipe is extracted from Agave root.

It is considered a prebiotic, in the sense that it stimulates the development of the bacteria of the intestinal flora.

As such, it maintains a normal intestinal transit (health claim granted by the European Food Safety Authority).

It has only been available in organic form for a few years, which has enabled Belvas to develop a recipe for chocolate with no added sugar, certified organic by avoiding alcohols (polyhydric alcohols), stevia, and sweetened fruits, often used in recipes for reduced sugar chocolate.

Caution: foods rich in inulin can cause flatulence, especially for those not used to it. Belvas organic inulin chocolate should therefore be consumed in moderation at first. For example, one sweet a day.

The organic Agave inulin used by Belvas is not to be confused with Agave Syrup, which is another extract of the same plant, but Agave Syrup is some sugar, not a fibre.