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March 25, 2015

Andie’s Specialty Sweets

by Anne Paddock

Andie’s Specialty Sweets makes some of the most picture-perfect beautiful candies including Vintage Candy Buttons, Sugar Butterflies, Hard Candy Sea Glass, Chocolate Antique Candy Keys, Chocolate Candy Winter Acorns, Chocolate Filled Candy Sea Shells, Nuts, and more. So exquisite as to take your breath away, each beautifully designed candy elicits wonder and joy in both appearance and taste. Chocolate, peppermint, vanilla, and fruit are just a few of the many flavors of these very special candies.

Edible_Vintage_Candy_ButtonsHand made from proprietary recipes, Andie’s Specialty Sweets are made in small batches by confectionary artists using wholesome ingredients like fair trade chocolate, organic tapioca syrup, organic sucanat, raw cacao, and real organic fruit juices (tangerine, cherry, lemon, green apple, and boysenberry). Absent are hydrogenated and fractionated oils, corn syrup, and artificial flavorings.Candy_Glass

The 60 types of specialty sweets are also hand poured, sculpted, and given a special artistic tinkering, the old-fashioned way: by hand. Lovely to decorate cakes and desserts, or to use as party or wedding favors, to fill candy dishes, to decorate tabletops, or to just bring joy to your day, Andie’s Specialty Sweets can be purchased at  their Etsy shop: www.etsy.com/shop/andiespecialtysweets currently although the company is in the process of expanding. Stay tuned for some sweet news!Chocolate_Gears

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