Review: Xan Confections

Xan Confections was kind enough to send me some wonderful chocolate treats from their Jewels Collection and Saintly Sins. I was delighted when I opened the box to these fancy chocolates – the kind you see in chocolatier shops but are never vegan.


The Jewel Collection  includes 5 non-dairy, gluten free caramels and are delicious. The flavors include Coconut Pecan Caramel, Espresso Almond, Butterscotch Caramel, Ancho Chili Caramel and Chocolate Caramel; all of which are delicious. I have to say my favorite was the Anch Chili Caramel though it has as nice spice that hits the back of your throat.

55The Saintly Sin Collection  are chocolates that have only 29 calories, 1 gram of fat and 5 grams of carbohydrates per piece and are diabetic friendly, gluten free and vegan friendly. How can you not love a piece of chocolate that is only 29 calories and comes in Raspberry Sin, Strawberry Sin and Pineapple sin? I have to strawberry was my favorite and my husband and I didn’t feel bad about sharing all 3 of them in one sitting.

Now you can just jump online and order these delicious treats and don’t forget to check out their Ladybug Truffles, Signature Collection and BigMouth Collections as well. Oh yeah and if you are lucky enough to live in Arizona, California, Hawaii, Michigan or Nevada check out the Xan Confections  site for the retail locations near you.


4 responses to “Review: Xan Confections

  1. How is it possible those are so low in calories? They look too good to be true!

  2. Caramel was the one candy I always had a weakness for. These looked really good.

  3. Lindsay, thank you so much for the wonderful review and comments! Since the Saintly Sins are made with a dark, fine chocolate filled with real fruit sweetened with organic blue agave nectar instead of refined sugar, they are low in calorie but still pack a punch! Glad you enjoyed them 🙂

    Also, to clarify, the Saintly Sins and the Jewels are vegan, as well as select pieces from the Signature Collection, but the LadybuGs and BigMouths are not vegan.

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