Lily's Milk Chocolate Bar with Stevia Salted Almond -- 3 oz
These actually taste like the real deal. No bitter aftertaste usually associated with stevia. I've bought these several times and will buy more in the future to help curb my sweet tooth
March 9, 2015
Milk chocolate sugar free
For those who love milk chocolate, this is a great bar. Lily's chocolates taste just like the sugared counterpart. I recommend.
January 14, 2015
Good after the first bite
The first bite tastes weird, but your taste buds quickly adjust to the fact that this is a sugar free chocolate bar. The texture is perfect- smooth and creamy, not too waxy or hard.
December 11, 2014
Love this new Flavor!!
I love all Lilly's chocolate bar and products,
but this new flavor is just to die for!! It's really amazing
and the smooth buttery flavor melts in your mouth!!
October 5, 2014
CAN I SAY I'M IN LOVE???
Lily's Salted Almond and Milk Chocolate Bars are a God send. I am one that can't have any refined sugars so for a while chocolate bars were a thing only in my memory. But the Lily's company have come up with a winning combination of natural sweeteners that they use in their chocolate without any bitter flavor or aftertaste that some of these natural sweeteners can give off. They use a combination of erythritol and stevia and their chocolate is the best I've tasted of the companies out there that use a similar combination. They have a line of dark chocolate bars that are also very good. But I'm a fan of milk chocolate and when they came out with this one I was so excited to try it. And it didn't disappoint. This bar leaves a creamy feeling in your mouth and you can taste a tiny touch of saltiness from the salted almonds, which are chopped into tiny pieces rather than large pieces of almonds. It's an excellent chocolate bar and I highly recommend trying it and all of their other chocolate bars. The dark chocolate Crispy Rice is my favorite in their dark chocolate line. Tip: I take 2 of their plain chocolate bars and melt them in the microwave along with a teaspoon of coconut oil. Then I fold in cashews, marcona almonds and walnuts and then spread the mixture out on a parchment lined sheet. Place in the refrigerator until set and then break apart with a knife for my own homemade chocolate nut bark. My husband loves it!
January 29, 2014