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Little Choc Apothecary is NYC's First All Vegan Creperie

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Imagine the perfect vegan crepe. What would be inside? Chocolate? Fruit? Maybe something savory, like herb-roasted mushrooms or seitan with caramelized onions. If you’re in New York City, go to Little Choc Apothecary and find your perfect crepe. They are the Big Apple’s first all vegan creperie.

Occupying the space in Brooklyn that was once home home to vegan “fast food” restaurant, Foodswings, La Choc Apothecary is all vegan and certainly has a health angle to their menu: organic & local ingredients, no corn syrup or refined sugars. All the crepes are gluten-free and their fillings will wow you. Straight from their menu:

The Breakfast: scrambled tofu, spinach, coconut bacon, tomato, cucumber

The Masala: Pumpkin curried tempeh, raisins

Khail Seitan: Homemade Seitan, Kale, Caramelized Onion, Roasted Red Pepper, House BBQ Sauce

And for the sweeter side, mix & match different fruits and nuts with their “Newtella” (homemade chocolate-hazelnut spread), or enjoy some of their cookies, muffins, scones, cakes, or raw brownies. They also serve fresh juices!

Oh, New Yorkers. Sometimes it seems like you have all the vegan luck! Hopefully Little Choc Apothecary inspires more vegan creperies across the country.

Photo credit: Little Choc Apothecary / Facebook.com

 

 

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