CT, Manchester – Divine Treasures

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Thanks to Liz for commenting on the GDF Facebook Fan Page with this recommendation for Divine Treasures:

“Divine Treasures in Manchester, CT also serves vegan nut-milk based soft serve along with incredible vegan chocolates. The soft serve is not mentioned on their website, but there is a picture of the soft serve sign on their Facebook fan page.”

And Tiffany, for her comment on another one of our posts:

There is a local company in Connecticut that also has an online store for vegan and dairy free European chocolates that are AMAZING! Divine Treasures is the company. If you are local they even have soft serve “ice cream” that is to die for! I highly recommend them!

Divine Treasures in Manchester, CT serves dairy-free, vegan & gluten-free handmade chocolates, ice cream, nut cheese, pizza and more!

This little chocolatier uses fine Belgian chocolate to make each batch of their chocolates by hand, which includes filled and seasonal treats. They use organic ingredients whenever possible, and the treats are vegan and reportedly gluten-free, too. If you can’t make it to Manchester, they do ship their chocolates nationwide.

But there are big benefits to visiting the storefront! Beyond the dairy-free soft serve ice cream, Divine Treasures offers vegan nut age cheese, gluten-free vegan pizza, croissants, and more indulgent foods. They also take orders for vegan ice cream cakes!

Divine Treasures in Manchester, CT serves dairy-free, vegan & gluten-free handmade chocolates, ice cream, nut cheese, pizza and more!

Where to Find Divine Treasures

Location: (Parkade Plaza) Middle Turnpike West, Unit 404, Manchester, CT

Phone: 860-643-2552

Website: dtchocolates.com

About Author

Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Senior Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

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