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Sweet Freedom and Choc Shot

We are a nation of chocoholics, let’s face it, in many instances we turn to our dark and delicious friend for comfort before sharing our pain with partners or friends.  The challenge is to keep the various forms of chocolate interesting to appeal to our changing and generally super busy lifestyles.  I have been known on occasion to make hot chocolate as they do in France with pure chocolate melted into hot milk.  My goodness what a pain that is to do as it can be quite time consuming and rather frustrating especially when you have a baby running into your heels with his walker and two little Princesses wanting this and that.  Powdered chocolate needs a blooming good stir or else you get lumps, and even when you do stir it in well or at least that’s what you think, you get a chocolatey mass at the bottom that never quite mixes in!  Many of you reading this will feel my pain as I am probably describing a daily routine that you too experience at least with the chocolate powder.  You will be pleased to hear I come baring good news!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Ok, so I am overly excited but did you know …….you can get liquid chocolate to make hot chocolate (Choc Shots)?  I know it’s like the invention of the wheel all over again.  This can be used in drinks and on foods and is available in different flavours including: Plain Chocolate and Chocolate with Orange Spice, both of which are available in Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Waitrose, Co-op and Ocado at the hot chocolate shelf RRP£3.59.  They will also be introducing a Chocolate with Coconut (launching 31st March at Holland and Barrett).


  • 100% natural
  • Sweetened with our magic ingredient, award winning Sweet Freedom
  • Only 14 calories per teaspoon
  • Low GI / GL – no energy highs and lows
  • Suitable for diabetics as part of a healthy diet
  • NO artificial colourings, flavourings or preservatives
  • GM, dairy & gluten free
  • Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
  • Made in the UK

The little ones and I sure did know what to do!

Step one

Open packaging excitedly.


Step 2

Show mummy what was sent to review.


Step 3

Open the first choc shot and sample.  Once approved go to step 4!


Hang on mum we need to make sure, out come the spoons.


Step 4

Make a dessert!

Chocolate Coconut / Chocolate Spiced Orange and Banana Puffs


Wipe children clean then take a block of puff pastry and roll it out and cut into 4.


Place banana slices diagonally over the middle and then drizzle with the choc shot of your choice.



Fold the first side in and remove the excess pastry in the middle.


Fold second side in and place on a baking tray that has been lined with foil and sprinkled with flour.


We made half with the coconut one and half with the spiced orange.


Cook for approx. 25 minutes at 190 degrees in a fan oven 200 degrees in a conventional oven.

Having let the little ones loose on this they did squeeze quite a bit of syrup on the bananas, well who could blame them.  If you are making this at home put about a tablespoon and a half just in the middle part as this will bubble up and through the ends when cooking.

Don’t they look good!


Everyone was so excited about trying them that I didn’t get to add my last minute touches so if you do give these a go give them a little sprinkle with icing sugar once they have cooled and a small drizzle of the chocolate sauce on the top and serve.

Step 5

You will need a drink to go with it!

An obvious treat to make with the choc shots is hot chocolate.

Just make sure you remove the seal before using lol, I hadn’t done this when I gave the bottle to my youngest daughter with hilarious results.



Check to make sure you have used enough.


Step 6

Serve and enjoy.


Both flavours were sweet and chocolatey.  The coconut flavour really came through in the coconut shot and the warm orange spice in the orange shot.


A great treat for adults and super simple and self-explanatory:

Strawberries with chocolate sauce


As well as chocolate Sweet Freedom also make two different sweet syrups that are made from carob, apples and grapes. These syrups have multiple uses.

syrup 1  syrup 2

The original tastes and sweetens like white sugar and the dark like brown sugar.

  • 100% natural
  • Made from 100% fruit; apples, grapes and carob
  • Only 13 calories per teaspoon
  • Use 25% less gram for gram
  • Low GI / GL – no energy highs and lows
  • Suitable for diabetics as part of a healthy diet
  • NO artificial colourings, flavourings or preservatives
  • Produced using a water process with no chemicals or enzymes used
  • GM & gluten free
  • Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
  • Made in UK
  • 16g of fructose per 100g (sugar is 50g, honey 40g, agave syrup 90g)
  • Branded products called ‘fruit’ sugars are made from sugar beet and are 100% processed fructose

I popped some over some yogurt for breakfast.


Hubby at the last banana or that would have gone in too.  This tastes similar to honey and was really nice and sweet (I have a sweet tooth).

I also found it a great alternative to golden syrup on pancakes.


The products have won Gold Stars in the Great Taste Awards for the last three years and quite rightly so as they do taste lovely.

Sweet freedom is better for you than the sugar we see sold in the shops this sugar alternative has a low glycemic index so when you use it instead of the sugars we are accustomed to as it helps avoid the sugar highs and lows that one would normally experience.  It is only recently that the risks of excessive sugar have been brought to the public’s attention.  Whatever form sugar is in it should be taken in moderation.  Excessive consumption of sugar in any form although more so of refined sugar (white sugar) can result in tooth decay, premature aging, obesity, types 2 diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease as well as other conditions so it is best to control your daily intake especially as it is highly addictive (I should know I’m a sugar addict!).

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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Looks like a great product; totally unsure how I could have missed it 🙁
    I need to buy some for sure.

  2. Ooh these look amazing, and you can do loads with them. I’ll keep an eye out for them next time I’m shopping x

  3. They look so yum! Going to keep an eye out for them!

  4. Oh I love choc shot in my porridge, so good and low in calories

  5. loving these look so easy to use , have seen them in store i work in but been unsure of them so thanks for showing made me feel more at ease

  6. Well done on the winners of the comp. I’m too late for that but I had never heard of these products before and I think they’re great! I always worry when adding chocolate to porridge that I’m ruining the goodness of the porridge but these products don’t.

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