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Make Wockenfuss Candies and Chocolate Treats Part of Your Family’s Thanksgiving Tradition!

Make Wockenfuss Candies and Chocolate Treats Part of Your Family’s Thanksgiving Tradition!

You can make chocolates part of a new Thanksgiving tradition!

Gifts aren’t typically considered to be part of the Thanksgiving season. All everyone seems to be thinking about areparades, football, and turkey – and what’s for dessert, if they aren’t too full by that point! However, you can make chocolates part of a new Thanksgiving tradition. Why not invite neighbors over and share the love?

To Host or Not to Host

When you were growing up, you probably didn’t spend too much time thinking about how complicated it is to prepare Thanksgiving dinner. Some people skip the effort altogether, going out to eat at nearby restaurants that offer themed menu items for the occasion. But this day becomes even more meaningful when you spend it with the people you love the most. After all, cooking, baking, and eating together are part of the language of love. Chocolates make a fantastic gift for someone who is hosting the get-together. And wouldn’t it be a sweet surprise if you’re the host?

Small Candy Gifts

Many people associate candy with Halloween or Christmas rather than Thanksgiving. Still, giving and receiving candy treats from Wockenfuss can make someone’s day, even if it’s only a small token of affection. Caramel popcorn, pumpkin-flavored truffles, and milk chocolate turkeys are some of the treats that will liven up the party! Chocolate turkey pops and jelly beans are also unusual gifts that will bring a smile to the recipient’s face.

The Sweet Taste of Gratitude

Thanksgiving has its roots in the colonial days of America, long before it was a country. Native Americans had many traditions associated with thankfulness for a bountiful harvest before winter came, and the same was true in England and throughout Europe; it’s unsurprising that these customs merged once they overlapped in the New World. States as far apart as Texas, Florida, Virginia, and Maine have all claimed that they hosted the first-ever Thanksgiving banquet. If you have loved ones living out of state, the holiday is a terrific time to send them some delicious Wockenfuss candy. Why not make it a yearly ritual?

A Wide Selection of Chocolate Treats from Wockenfuss Candies

Head to WockenfussCandies.com and browse our wide selection of chocolates and candies; we promise you won’t be disappointed! Wockenfuss Candies is one of the oldest candy makers in Baltimore. We opened our doors in 1915 and have proudly served the people of Baltimore ever since. If you have any questions about our wide selection of chocolates, please contact Wockenfuss Candies by calling 1-800-296-4414 or email info@Wockenfusscandies.com. When you’re not savoring our sweets, stay satisfied by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest!

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