Grandma Daisy’s

Grandma Daisy’s has plenty of old school charm to go with a wide variety of sweet treats, some made in house while many others are created by outside vendors. You’ll find ice cream, truffles, candy, fudge, popcorn, novelty gifts, and more. The truffles, made by Sweet Shop USA, would have been better with a softer… Continue reading Grandma Daisy’s

Springdale Candy Company

On our way out of town after an amazing camping and hiking trip, we needed a quick bit before hitting the road. So, what’s better than hitting up the local candy store for breakfast? It’s a cute place that looks like the typical tourist/vacation spot full of candy and other sweet treats. Ice cream comes… Continue reading Springdale Candy Company

North Pole Sweets

Yet another store located in the newly renovated area of The Village, this small shop has plenty of sweets — Dryers ice cream, fudge, chocolate, and candy. My single purchase was a dark chocolate almond cluster. With a good balance of bitter chocolate and almonds, it hit the spot for a light snack. 3 Stars… Continue reading North Pole Sweets

Hershey’s Chocolate World

I was hoping this place would be more like an interactive museum, but it’s not. It’s just a two story shop with every Hershey and Hershey-related product you could imagine. If you’re looking for a photo op, you’ll find a Statue of Liberty on the first floor and the Empire State Building on the second… Continue reading Hershey’s Chocolate World

M & M’s World

Young kids and M&M addicts will love this place. It’s four stories of every conceivable type of M&M merchandise, flavor, and color. There’s a huge self-serve dispenser along one wall filled with every color for $12.99 per pound (yeah, that’s a huge markup and you’ll be better off buying a five pound bag from Costco).… Continue reading M & M’s World