Dessert purists, straight-up chocoholics, and paleo sweet teeth – may I have your attention! Chocolate honey patties may be the “cleanest” treats on the market, but they are not for the faint of heart.
Sold in singles, double, or dangerous multi-packs, chocolate honey patties have an organic white honey filling with an unsweetened chocolate coating. Yes, the chocolate is unsweetened. We’re talking hard core cacao offering rich, bold, and slightly bitter contrast to the very sweet, gooey honey middles.
Tasting Notes for Heavenly Organics Chocolate Honey Patties
I’ve tried almost every flavor of Heavenly Organics Chocolate Honey Patties. I passed on the Espresso, since I’m not a fan of coffee, but have included notes on the rest.
This flavor has one of the gooiest middles with a bold fresh ginger taste from ginger extract. I found this one unique, yet addictive, with a very grown-up taste to savor.
The filling in this variety is more of a whipped ganache, and it’s utterly delicious. The middle is sharply sweet and honey-esque against the pure dark coating for amazing flavor contrast. Shockingly, this treat literally has just 2 ingredients!
Natural pomegranate flavor amps up the sweetness a little, and it provides delicious fruitiness that helps to marry the honey and chocolate. This was one of my favorites.
I’ve never been a fan of desserts with almond extract, and these chocolate honey patties were no exception. I think they were good, for the right taste buds, but the slightly savory vibe just wasn’t my thing. Picture above.
This combo was a little less runny than the Ginger and Almond (the filling didn’t threaten to ooze out when cut). And the flavor was lively and rich with potent peppermint oil. I thought it was pretty good despite it having a little too much depth and intensity for my taste buds. Pictured above and on the left below.
These are NOT your mama’s peanut butter cups. As you can see in the picture above, this flavor is double height compared to the other chocolate honey patties. While I have no idea why just this variety was super-sized, I’m not complaining. The surprisingly sweet and pure peanut buttery filling is a little thicker, yet still smooth and creamy. Similar to the Double Dark. The touch of sea salt further heightens the taste of these very “adult” peanut butter patties. Pictured above right and below.
The Facts on Heavenly Organics Chocolate Honey Patties
Price: $9 per 4.66-ounce bag (12 patties)
Availability: Heavenly Organics Chocolate Honey Patties are sold in natural food stores, but they are easiest to find online. You can order them from the company’s website below, on Amazon, or on Vitacost.
Certifications: Heavenly Organics Chocolate Honey Patties are Certified Organic, Non-GMO Verified, Fair Trade Certified, and Certified Kosher Pareve.
Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Heavenly Organics Chocolate Honey Patties are dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, soy-free, vegetarian, and most varieties are paleo. Some flavors are made without nuts and peanuts.*
For More Product Information: Visit the Heavenly Organics website at heavenlyorganics.com.
*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy.
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Great healthy treat
The simplistic ingredients and pure taste are fantastic! The organic raw honey middles are bright and sweet in staunch contrast to the unsweetened chocolate coating. They’re a little shocking at first, and definitely grown-up, but the alluring taste can quickly become addicting. My favorites were the double dark and pomegranate. I also liked the ginger and peanut, but wasn’t a big fan of the mint or almond.