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Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth at These 10 Chocolate and Candy Shops in Austin

Where to find everything from truffles, gummies, to pecan pralines

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For special occasions that call for sweet treats or those moments when only sugar and cocoa will do — or just, you know, holidays like Valentine’s Day and Halloween — Austin has no lack of options for candies and chocolates for gifts, party favors, or just yourself.

Here are the city’s best sweets shops for truffles, gummies, taffy, pralines, and other sugary goods. There are high-end chocolate stores like Delysia Chocolatier, the truest candy wonderland over at Big Top Candy Shop, the quirky Toy Joy, and others.

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Ecuadorian Chocolate Factory

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The Cedar Park shop focuses on Ecuadorian dark chocolate. There are bars, barks, and truffles with fillings ranging from passionfruit to mint to cognac, as well as dried fruits dipped in chocolate. Orders can be placed online or in person; deliveries and shipping are available too.

Austin Gourmet Popcorn

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Oh yes, the dedicated popcorn shop indulges in chocolates and candies. Pickup and delivery orders can be placed online, and there is in-person shopping.

Edis Chocolates

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Edis Chocolates specializes in truffles made with Belgian dark chocolate. Pickup orders can be placed online or over the phone, and there is in-person shopping.

Asahi Imports

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For fun Japanese candies and treats, head to Asahi Imports and browse through the wonder-filled aisles. Pickup and delivery orders can be placed online and there is in-person shopping. There’s a second location on South Lamar too.

Yummi Joy

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Quirky novelty shop Toy Joy opened a next-door candy shop, Yummi Joy, which is dedicated to all things candy, as well as fudge and truffles. Both businesses relocated into this new address, and there’s a downtown location operating as a walk-up window too. There is in-person shopping.

Lammes Candies

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The historic family candy shop has been operating since 1885, with several Austin locations. Don’t miss out on the popular Texas Chewie pecan pralines. Pickup and shipping orders can be placed online or over the phone, and there is in-person shopping.

Delysia Chocolatier

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The treats from the chocolate shop span truffles, bark, fun chocolate shapes and ones made with crickets. Shipping orders can be placed online and there is in-person shopping.

Intero Restaurant

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Chocolate owner Krystal Craig opened up a chocolate counter in her East Cesar Chavez Italian restaurant Intero, which means various truffles (caramel/toasted hazelnut, pumpkin chai) and barks (cinnamon almond). To-go orders are available in person or order during dinner.

Big Top Candy Shop

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The South Congress candy wonderland expanded its footprint, which means well over 3,000 different types of candies. There are also vegan and novelty ones, along with an old-fashioned soda fountain. There is in-person shopping.

The brand-new sweets truck in Bouldin Creek offers single-origin chocolate bars. There are traditional chocolates like the 58 percent dark milk as well as flavors like boba tea, yuzu, and lamb skewers (yes). Shipping orders can be placed online, and pickup orders can be placed in person.

Ecuadorian Chocolate Factory

The Cedar Park shop focuses on Ecuadorian dark chocolate. There are bars, barks, and truffles with fillings ranging from passionfruit to mint to cognac, as well as dried fruits dipped in chocolate. Orders can be placed online or in person; deliveries and shipping are available too.

Austin Gourmet Popcorn

Oh yes, the dedicated popcorn shop indulges in chocolates and candies. Pickup and delivery orders can be placed online, and there is in-person shopping.

Edis Chocolates

Edis Chocolates specializes in truffles made with Belgian dark chocolate. Pickup orders can be placed online or over the phone, and there is in-person shopping.

Asahi Imports

For fun Japanese candies and treats, head to Asahi Imports and browse through the wonder-filled aisles. Pickup and delivery orders can be placed online and there is in-person shopping. There’s a second location on South Lamar too.

Yummi Joy

Quirky novelty shop Toy Joy opened a next-door candy shop, Yummi Joy, which is dedicated to all things candy, as well as fudge and truffles. Both businesses relocated into this new address, and there’s a downtown location operating as a walk-up window too. There is in-person shopping.

Lammes Candies

The historic family candy shop has been operating since 1885, with several Austin locations. Don’t miss out on the popular Texas Chewie pecan pralines. Pickup and shipping orders can be placed online or over the phone, and there is in-person shopping.

Delysia Chocolatier

The treats from the chocolate shop span truffles, bark, fun chocolate shapes and ones made with crickets. Shipping orders can be placed online and there is in-person shopping.

Intero Restaurant

Chocolate owner Krystal Craig opened up a chocolate counter in her East Cesar Chavez Italian restaurant Intero, which means various truffles (caramel/toasted hazelnut, pumpkin chai) and barks (cinnamon almond). To-go orders are available in person or order during dinner.

Big Top Candy Shop

The South Congress candy wonderland expanded its footprint, which means well over 3,000 different types of candies. There are also vegan and novelty ones, along with an old-fashioned soda fountain. There is in-person shopping.

Kessho

The brand-new sweets truck in Bouldin Creek offers single-origin chocolate bars. There are traditional chocolates like the 58 percent dark milk as well as flavors like boba tea, yuzu, and lamb skewers (yes). Shipping orders can be placed online, and pickup orders can be placed in person.

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