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Premium Chocolatiers Gluten-Free Fear Not PeaNot Cups
Premium Chocolatiers have struck a home run with their tasty Pea"not" Butter Cups. These delightful treats look and taste just like traditional peanut butter cups with milk chocolate, but are peanut-free. Crafted with a signature blend of roasted cocoa beans and cocoa butter with no shortenings or coatings added, these melt-in-your mouth candies are free of milk, nuts, gluten, and eggs.
They are perfect for anyone who loves the delicious combination of peanut butter and chocolate, but is on gluten-free diet or is allergic to peanuts. Peanot Cups are especially great at Halloween or anytime.
For more information, visit their Web site.
Review written by Patricia Seeley.
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