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Sweeets Candy Shop Expands To Larchmont

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Leave the bagged candy bars to the kiddies this year. Sweeets, named best candy shop in Connecticut Magazine last year, opened a second location in Larchmont in June, and its Halloween selection is nothing short of boo-tiful. 

Owner Dana Schulman, whose New Preston, CT, store began as a pop-up 6 years ago, has stocked the Larchmont location with a panoply of confections from all over the country and the world, including some kosher, vegan, sugar-free, and gluten-free items. 

Sweeets in Larchmont
1935 Palmer Ave; (914) 630-4400
www.sweeetsusa.com

 

 

What would Halloween be without a little “trick or treat” mystery? TOPS Malibu Surprize Cornucopia contains a crepe-paper-rolled Surprize Ball with six or more surprises (some edible, some not) and additional surprises inside the cone. No two are alike, so what’s in ’em, who knows….

 

“It’s ali-i-i-ve!!” No, not quite, but it is handcrafted. Dr. Franken Mallow by MitchMallows: one scary dude with the guts of a vanilla marshmallow.

 

Nutter Butter cookies dressed up as ghosts, from Williams & Bennett of Boynton Beach, Florida, perfect for sharing with the ghoul-friends.

 

Get the party rolling with white chocolate masquerading as pimento-stuffed olives or chocolate that resembles packaged salami. (Trompe l’oeil beats trick-or-treat any day.)

 

Could these be the perfect flavors—I mean, favors—for your Halloween party?

 

What do you mean, grownups can’t go trick-or-treating? You can, however, treat yourself to a truffle fudge bar from John Kelly Chocolates, an exotic chocolate bar (such as Smoke & Stout Caramel) from Vosges Haut-Chocolat, or a bag of Paso Almond Brittle from LA.

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