June 16th is National Fudge Day, so why not celebrate with one of these five sweet treats? By Carly Petrone.
You're going to want to make a trip to the Lower East Side to pick up a box of Mini Melanie's latest truffle. The Cookies n' Cream fudge truffle is nothing short of delicious. It's filled with creamy fudge and a crunch of homemade Oreo in the center. You may want to snap a picture of these decadent and beautiful bites before you eat them - each one is individually painted with a black splatter finish. Can't make it to the store? They ship nationwide and are available for delivery so there's no excuse not to satisfy that sweet tooth.
You can't go wrong by celebrating National Fudge Day with a 1 lb. box of Li-Lac Chocolates' Legendary Fudge. Enjoy 8 individually cupped fudge pieces for $26. Manhattan's oldest chocolate house has been making fudge for more than 90 years (with the original recipe!). Plus, their fudge is both gluten-free and Kosher friendly so everyone can celebrate this sweet holiday.
If you're in Southampton or planning on taking a trip out there, definitely stop into the Southampton Fudge Company on Main St. You can buy homemade fudge that is rich and creamy – the best kind of butter confection. Try traditional favorites like Vanilla Chocolate Swirl or Maple Walnut or try something a little different like Jamocha Mud Slide or one of their seasonal favorites. You can also pick up a box or order a pound of fresh fudge for $29.95. You might want also be enticed to try their salt water taffy – another must-have candy for the upcoming summer season.
It may not be Thanksgiving yet but The Sweet Life store on Hester St. is busy whipping up some pretty stellar pumpkin pie fudge. A pound will only cost you $12.50 (something you may want to remember once the holiday season rolls around). One bite of this comforting flavor and you'll immediately want to gather your friends and family together for a turkey dinner.
If you're still looking for a last minute Father's Day gift then make your way to Jacques Torres. They're offering a special fudge-like dessert that comes with a little kick. Dad's Cognac Truffles ($18/box) are infused with real Cognac and tossed in cocoa powder, making them a bit more exotic than the traditional chocolate truffle. These delicious bites are only available this week so make sure to place your order now.
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