Three Cheers for the Sweet Tooth!

If you are one of the lucky millions of people who have an unashamed sweet tooth (or ten), then you know how convenient it is to have certain holidays be fueled by the consumption of all things sweet and tasty – Halloween, Valentine’s Day etc. You also know that we don’t really need a holiday to celebrate the genius and joy that is all things sweet and tasty.

Nevertheless, Valentine’s Day is upon us and there are countless option to satisfy our deep and abiding cravings and chocolate-flavored impulses. While most chocolate candy is a dime a dozen nowadays, special occasions do call for some special indulgences. At Texas Treats, we go kind of crazy in the sweets department. With our Wild West Taffy, Texas-sized jelly beans, pecan pralines and all kinds of chocolates, we are your one-stop shop for Valentine’s Day happiness.

TX Treats - Longhorn ChocolatesOne of our most popular Texas sweet treats is our Longhorn Chocolates. These candies have been made in the Lone Star state since the 1800s in our wonderful and weird capital – Austin by the Lammes Candy Company. Smothered in caramel, dipped in chocolate and downright delectable, these pecan treats are sure to leave any self-respecting Texan in high spirits!

If you’re looking for just a small taste of heaven, get the 6oz box but if you are committed to a more thorough, longer-lasting (hypothetically) experience go ahead and splurge on the 12oz box! Whatever you’re looking for, we promise you won’t be disappointed at our sweet selection of Texas goodies!

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About texastreats

Howdy! We are a Texas-based company specializing in all things Texan! We have a wide variety of gift items, including food and personalized items, that you can view on our website or see in person at our Frisco store. Orders can be made online, on the phone, or in person at our store. We hope y'all like what you see and come back now, ya hear?
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