Looking for a bit of sugar for your sweetie? Try one of these delectable treats.
Use agave nectar as a ready-made substitute for simple syrup in any recipe. This organic trio features plain clear, butterscotch-y
amber, and rich, molasses-like raw.
Alfajores, common in Chile and Argentina, sandwich luscious dulce de leche between two buttery wafers, then swathe them in chocolate. Mmm!
Price: $28/Box of 12
Each jar is a flavor snapshot of different areas of a Minnesota farm. From top: Buckwheat, Summer Blossoms, Wildflower, Prairie
Flowers, Sweet Clover.
Price: $21/5 [2-ounce] jars
Shop: Ames Farm
Pear Hazelnut, Quince, and Strawberry Fig "patés"—think marmalade.
Price: $7.89 per jar
Shop: Oregon Growers and Shippers
Bright bee work: raw honey from a Tennessee farm’s wild-flowers, herbs, and shrubs.
Price: $10/12-ounce jar
Shop: TruBee Honey
As-good-as-homemade sorbet. If each bite weren't icy cold, you'd swear Ciao Bella sorbets were fruit. Our favorite flavors:
raspberry, blood orange, and passion fruit.
Shop: Specialty Grocers
Let the kids have the candy corn and save these incredibly smooth, soft, buttery caramels for yourself. They're available
in 12 flavors (from cashew to coconut), but sea salt was our favorite.
Price: $12/8-ounce bag
Shop: Indugle Caramels
There's a surprise inside these Komforte Chockolates bars: Brittle bits of ramen noodles or crisp tortilla pieces with lime
Price: $3/2.5-oz. bar
Shop: Seattle Chocolates
Luscious and light as air, French macaroons from New Orleans confectioner Sucré sandwich cream or mousseline between cloudlike
layers of meringue.
Price: $23/15-piece box of assorted flavors
Intensely flavored chocolate barks—from orange hazelnut to strangely addictive rose hip pistachio or mango paprika—from a
Scarsdale, New York, artisan.
Price: $25-$27/half pound