While clementines and chocolate kisses may be a tradition for some; we’re putting these delicious, locally-made snacks in our friends stockings this year!
Merry Mint Chocolate Bar
Chocosol Traders, Toronto, chocosoltraders.com
This fresh, seasonal creation is available at the Sorauren Farmers Market, Evergreen Garden Shop and of course, in their shop.
Butter Tart Chocolate Bar
Centre & Main Chocolate, Warkworth, centreandmainchocolate.com
A collaboration made especially for the Butter Tart Tour in Kawarthas-Northumberland, this sweet chocolate bar is one of many STUNNING creations (we also love the beautiful Art Farm Produce Borage & Beet bar) inspired by local flavours of the region. Bonus:
you can order online!
David H. Chow, Toronto, davidhchow.com
As delicious as they are beautiful, these edible ‘ornaments’ make a great holiday gift.
Dare to Dream Farm, Clarington, dare2dreamfarm.com
Maple Fluff is natures cotton candy – made from 100% pure Ontario Maple Syrup in Durham Region. It’s SO much fun to eat and is a great conversation starter around the tree Christmas morning.
I Love Puffy Love, Toronto, ilovepuffylove.com
According to their website, these pair well a cup of chamomile tea or a glass of extra brut sparkling wine. We’re into it. Find them (and other locally made treats!_ through Foodie Pages
Postcard Chocolate Bars
Alicja Confections, Ottawa, alicjaconfections.com
For all those friends who can’t be with you Christmas morning, you can send a A POSTCARD CHOCOLATE BAR! Each bar is individually wrapped in beautiful packaging and includes flavours like Cereal & Milk (!), Lavender Lilac, and Potato Chip. Yum!
Looking for last minute gift ideas? Check out our Gift Guide!