Trick or Treat Yourself to Something Special this Fall
Ghosts and ghouls aren’t the only happy haunts this spooky season! At Suzi’s Sweet Shoppe, we’ve come to find that chocolate can be just as haunting (err… tempting rather) as much as other Halloween offerings. But the treats don’t have to stop with the witch’s cackle! With the holiday and gift giving/appreciation showing season fast approaching, we’d like to take the time to discuss our favorite fall treats — and maybe start your holiday shopping?
The hottest trend right now are these devilishly delicious hot cocoa bombs. Our hot cocoa bombs are decorated seasonally, so you’ll never know what surprise you’ll find when the chocolate melts. Just be sure to watch out for hitch-hiking ghosts! As far as Thanksgiving goes, let us help you out on the dessert front with our Turkey Basket. This basket is chock full of melt in your mouth goodies like assorted milk and dark chocolate truffles, treats, and delights. Another great Thanksgiving option is our Falling Leaves Platter, which is decorated with foil wrapped chocolate leaves to bring a touch of fall colors to your dessert options.
Now that we’ve gotten you through the first few weeks of fall weather and what to serve or bring as a hosts’ gift on Thanksgiving, we’d like to talk about the gift-giving season and upcoming holidays. At Suzi’s Sweet Shoppe, we have a little something for everyone. From gluten free options, dairy free dark chocolate, and even sugar free options, we can help you make hosting a breeze.
We love being able to help our customers, so please don’t hesitate to ask us any questions you may have by calling us at 732-796-0115, shopping with us in-shop, or visiting us on our website. With the ability to ship most of our products, sending your gifts just got a lot easier, but if you’d like to pick up your order, we do offer pick-up via our shop window or you can pick up your goodies, and maybe a little something for the road home, in-shop. We can’t wait to be a part of your holiday table!
- Susan Hordych