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If you are a fan of Crunchies and honeycombs, then you won’t be able to resist those vegan honeycomb chocolate squares! Just a few ingredients and you got a nice treat to enjoy with some coffee (or tea) in the afternoon.
A classic British treat!
Sweet and crunchy, this decadent treat is the perfect chocoholic’s dream. These are so easy to make that you will find yourself reaching for them each time you have a sweet tooth. Plus, beyond being delicious, they are extremely healthy too and provide the perfect vegan boost.
How can we make honeycomb chocolate squares vegan?
As a vegan brand, we do not make products with honey in it (it’s for bees, not for us!). However, it does not mean that vegans can’t eat those delicacies in the same way as non-vegans. All we have to do is:
- Replace honey with either maple syrup or golden syrup (higher sugar content)
- Use Push dairy-free chocolate
And, you got yourself those treats which are deliciously moreish. Let’s jump right into the making!
Vegan Honeycomb Chocolate Squares
If you’ve try this glorious crunchy recipe, let us know in the comments, and don’t forget to leave a rating.
100g vegan milk chocolate
100g vegan dark chocolate
- 3 tbsp golden syrup
- 100g vegan butter
- 200g digestives crushed into a fine powder
100g Doisy & Dam Ballers (vegan)
100g crushed up honeycomb
Handful of Push Honeycomb Chocolate Buttons
200g vegan chocolate of choice (for top)
How to make vegan honeycomb chocolate?
In a saucepan, pour the vegan butter, golden syrup, and vegan chocolate and stir until they melt.
Tip: You can use Vitalite as the vegan butter. The golden syrup is important to keep the sugar from crystallising.
To get it all crunchy, add them to a dish of crushed digestives and ballers from Doisy & Dam mix once they've melted.
The next step would be to add the honeycomb and honeycomb buttons. You can either prepare the honeycomb at home or purchase our favourite Push Chocolate honeycomb buttons.
Fun fact: The honeycomb contains no honey or comb!
Press the dough into a tin.
Melt the vegan chocolate and pour it onto the top.
You can add more honeycomb buttons if you’d like.
Store in an airtight container and let it set in the freezer for 1 hour.
Sink your teeth into those dairy-free vegan honeycomb chocolate!