All Natural. Vegan. Kosher. SunSpire Vegan Carob Baking Chips are naturally sweet and irresistibly fragrant. Carob brings neutral mellow notes to your baked treats. SunSpire Vegan Carob Chips are perfect in cakes cookies or an everyday substitute for chocolate. May all your baking be SunSpired!
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Rating breakdown6 reviews
5 out of 6(83%)customers recommend this product.
Customer reviews for SunSpire Vegan Carob Chips -- 10 oz
Review 1 for SunSpire Vegan Carob Chips -- 10 oz
good for you
October 1, 2012
"the ingredients 4g sugar is real good to know...taste like chocolate coated malted balls"
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Review 2 for SunSpire Vegan Carob Chips -- 10 oz
August 15, 2012
"I gave this 3 stars as it arrived melted in one lump mass. I did expedite shipping and that didn't help so as the other reader wrote, don't order these in the summer. As for the product, despite it's mess, I broke it into pieces and ate it that way. The taste is really good. I tried the unsweetened ones and they were awful. I ended up throwing them out.
I will order these again in the winter and stock up when they won't melt in transit."
"I LOVE these carob chips. I can make a quick treat by mixing almond butter, chia seeds, and these carob chips. Tastes sweet, but still healthy for you. The chips are great right out of the bag, too! If you love the taste of carob over chocolate like I do, these will become a STAPLE in your pantry. I guess my secret is no secret any longer........... Enjoy! Oh, one more thing. Try not to order these in the hot weather. They melt easily and may come in one melted mass of carob sweetness. Believe me, I ate the melted mass, too. It just wasn't as much fun and couldn't be used as chips any longer. lol"
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Review 4 for SunSpire Vegan Carob Chips -- 10 oz
Best Carob product
May 1, 2012
"I like it and my wife loves it. It has the natural sweetness without additional sweeteners. Will buy again."
"These are really chewy, almost uncomfortably so (modified corn....what? weird ingredient list). There are other ways to get your fix of chocolate - even in a carob substitute. These get even tougher and chewier if you bake them, like in a cookie. Not happy with this product. It actually makes me naseous."