If you're looking for a sweet and indulgent treat, Central Texas is the place to be. From Dallas to Pflugerville, there are plenty of chocolate shops offering delicious chocolates, candies, and desserts. Whether you're looking for a unique culinary experience or just a tasty snack, here are some of the best chocolate shops in Central Texas that you should definitely check out.
Dude Sweet Chocolate, Dallas- Established in 2003, Dude Sweet Chocolate is a gourmet chocolate and fine wine experience. The kitchen offers an impressive selection of chocolates and truffles with over 52 flavors to choose from.
You can also find 25 flavors of macarons, 25 different pastries, and 15 flavors of sorbets and ice cream. Plus, you can attend a wine and chocolate pairing, afternoon tea, a night of live jazz, lunch or dinner, a night of literature, or an open microphone.
Dr. Sue's Chocolate- Dr. Sue's Chocolate creates healthy, all-natural dark chocolate with no preservatives, artificial flavors, colors or sweeteners.
You can get 54 percent Callebaut Belgian dark chocolate chips to bake at home or individual Venezuelan Araguani dark chocolate bars with flavors of gooseberries, chestnuts and honey.
Sablon- Sablon is the first premium restaurant in North America to offer excellent quality chocolate desserts, drinks and small bites. Try sweet crepes such as peanut butter and banana, or treat yourself to chocopizas or Chocolate Avalanche, a delicious chocolate ice cream.
Chocolate Secrets- Chocolate Secrets chocolates harmonize chocolate, art, tradition and innovation. They are individually handmade with organic, natural and top quality ingredients. Plus, they offer an extensive 18-page menu with delicious chocolate dishes such as tiramisu or hot chocolates with hazelnuts.
Andrea's Chocolate- Andrea's experience dates back to a 25-year career as a chocolate teacher and production manager at one of the first chocolate shops in Dallas.
Here you can find soft butter candies made with cane sugar, French butter and chocolate that are cut into large cubes and rolled in South American dark chocolate.