Celebrate springtime with sweet handcrafted treats made by talented artisans from across the South. From homemade fudge pie to pecan toffee, here are a few mouthwatering Southern desserts to indulge your sweet tooth this season.
Why mess with a classic recipe? This rich and creamy Old Fashioned Fudge Pie from Colts Chocolate features pure milk chocolate mixed and melted into a flaky crust. It’ll serve up to eight.
Think of your favorite cheesecake crust coated in milk chocolate. Sound good? Then you’ll love these buttery soft chocolate-covered Broadway Grahams, made in Nashville by Colts Chocolate.
Enrich any dessert with a drizzle of burnt, nutty, salty goodness with this Burnt Caramel Sauce. J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works makes the sauce in West Virginia using organic cream, butter, and sugar.
Baker Sam Holmes makes her Pineapple Cashew Brittle in Greenville, South Carolina. A vegan and gluten-free brittle, it’s made with just a handful of ingredients: cane sugar, dried pineapple, cashews, and salt.
Made with 100-percent natural ingredients and a secret family recipe, Griff’s Pecan toffee is a crunchy sweet treat that also happens to be gluten-free.
Written by Daniela Johnson