Halloween Chocolates For the Zombie Apocalypse

With Halloween coming up fast, everyone is trying to find the best accessories to make their parties cooler than anyone else’s. Eliminate some of the madness of your month, and choose to order your ghoulish goodies from The Sweet Tooth!


Halloween At TheSweetTooth.com

Who are you going to call when you need a chocolate skull that drips “blood” when you bite it? Call The Sweet Tooth, of course. Whether you want ghostly lollipops, chocolate skulls or Halloween pretzel trays, The Sweet Tooth can create anything you could possibly be looking for on this spooky day.

Throwing a party? Wow your guests with a chocolate 3D pumpkin. Need something a little more spooky? Try the chocolate 3D skull!

Are you spending this Halloween at the office? Can’t decide on what to get your boss? Give him a Halloween gift basket, and he can enjoy an assortment of treats! Bonus: Maybe you will finally get that promotion you’ve been working towards, and you will definitely make all the other employees wish they had brought him such amazing gifts!

If you are starting to think about Holiday Gifts, how about beating the crowd and giving your clients a unique Halloween themed gift basket?

If none of that sounds as delectable or as spooky as you’re looking for, you can contact us to place a custom order. Let your imagination run wild with all the endless possibilities of treats that our artists can make out of chocolate!

Each chocolate goody is hand-made, so you can rest assured that your product will be fresh and handled with care. Whatever your holiday needs may be, you can bet that The Sweet Tooth will be able to fulfill them. With delicious chocolates and custom designs, you will not regret it!

Happy Halloween!

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Sweets For Your Sukkot Sukkah

Sukkot begins on the fifth day after Yom Kipper, creating a transition from one of the most solemn holidays to one of the most festive.

Sukkot is the last of the three Jewish pilgrimage festivals. Sukkot celebrates both historical and agricultural events. Historically, Sukkot commemorates the forty-year period during which the children of Israel were wandering in the desert, living in temporary shelters. Thus we build the Sukkah.  Sukkot is also a harvest festival and is sometimes referred to as Chag Ha-Asif, the Festival of Ingathering.  Sukkot is also known as The Time of Our Joy.

Sukkot is a seven-day festival of eating, entertaining and even sleeping outside in Sukkahs (who says Jews don’t go camping).  Sukkahs are usually decorated with  rugs, tapestries, banners, hanging fruits and vegetables and other whimsical touches representing a harvest theme.

It is traditional to share this time with food, flowers, friends and family. Families enjoy spending time in their Sukkot and inviting others in for a meal or snacks. While there are no traditional foods for Sukkot, any menus incorporating the harvest from the local area is appropriate. Stuffed foods, like kreplach or stuffed cabbage and soups are often served as they can incorporate many items from the harvest.

Chocolate can also be a special treat during Sukkot and a great way to honor guests or just surprise a special someone. The creative design of The Sweet Tooth’s wonderful assortment of baskets, trays and specially molded chocolates make them perfect for Sukkot.











Contact us ASAP, so we can help you get these great treats in time for Sukkot. Better hurry though! Time is short!

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