Wyoming Hiking, Nature October 01, 2016
There’s A Chocolate Trail In Wyoming And It’s Everything You Ever Dreamed Of
There’s no better way to explore Wyoming than through your taste buds. Follow along on this tantalizing trail to some of the most delicious spots in Wyoming. This is one trail you won’t mind tackling because it is everything, as a chocolate lover, you ever dreamed of.
This chocolate shop has an interesting story behind it. The owner is a cowboy who turned into an artisan of chocolates. His business began out of the back of his truck while he was trying to raise money for a Bronc saddle. Now, people from all over the world are enjoying his chocolate creations. His specialties are truffles, custom truffles, Belgian chocolates, tablettes and other tasty treats.Their address is 1943 State Street in Meeteetse.
Donells Candies is a family run business. Their candy is made on site by three generations. Their chocolates include chocolate pecan pixies, chocolate cashew mavericks, chocolate clusters, toffee, barks, chocolates with chewy centers, chocolates with creamy centers and truffles. Pictured are the salted caramel truffles. Donells Candies is located in downtown Casper at 201 E. 2nd Street.
Queen Bee Gardens
Queen Bee Gardens started out with the production of honey and then evolved into delicious candy. Their specialty chocolate candy includes truffles, energy bars, honeymoons, haystacks and bark. Queen Bee Gardens is located at 262 East Main Street in Lovell.
Star Valley Chocolates
Star Valley Chocolates specializes in homemade gourmet chocolate, fudge and truffles. Their huckleberry fudge is out of this world. Star Valley Chocolates is located at 468 S. Washington Street in Afton.
The chocolates at Atelier Ortega are designed by a Master Chocolatier who carries his own exclusive line of artisan chocolates. Oscar Ortega takes chocolate and turns it into a piece of art. One of his specialties is his Mexican hot chocolate. Atelier Ortega is located at 150 Scott Lane in Jackson.
Cowtown Candy Company
The chocolate at Cowtown Candy Company uses organic ingredients in all of their chocolate treats. Some of their specialties are their turtles, fresh cream and butter truffles and homemade fudge. Cowtown Candy Company is conveniently located in historic downtown Cody at 1323 Sheridan Avenue.
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