Sweet Treats that Customers Will Indulge In

Most people have a sweet tooth, even if it’s tiny—it’s evolution! People eat cake, in the form of donuts, pastries, and muffins, for breakfast, not to mention overly sugared cereals. And so many people view a piece of chocolate as the cure to ease tension and stress. And you can’t host a party or dinner without serving dessert! Here are some sweet treats that customers will indulge in.

Your Customers Will Love These Sweet Treats

1. Chocolate and Yogurt Bridge Mix

A more diverse but sweet mixture, Chocolate and Yogurt Bridge Mix features chocolate-covered peanuts, chocolate-covered raisins, malt balls, and yogurt-covered peanuts and raisins. The sweetness of the chocolate and raisins is a good balance for the salty peanuts and tangy yogurt.

2. Chocolate Fruit and Nut Mix

Meanwhile, Chocolate Fruit and Nut Mix combines crunchy, salty nuts and tart dried fruits covered in both milk chocolate and dark chocolate. The bitterness of the dark chocolate only enhances the sweetness of the milk chocolate.

3. Dark Chocolate Almonds

For a healthier option, try something covered in dark chocolate. Dark chocolate is packed with antioxidants and contains less milk fat than lighter chocolates. Plus, with the protein and fiber that almonds contain, this is a snack that you can feel good about, with enough energy to keep you fueled throughout the day.

4. Dark Chocolate Cranberries

Or try the same recipe but with dried cranberries instead of almonds—a little tarter and with a lot more fiber that can aid your customer in digestion, reduce cholesterol, and aid the immune system.

5. Dark Chocolate Pretzels

For a saltier kick to your customers’ sweet cravings, try stocking dark chocolate-covered pretzels. They make a crunchy sweet snack and a must-have at any party or get-together.

6. Yogurt Pretzels

Tangier than chocolate, but still with a touch of sweetness, yogurt-covered raisins and yogurt-covered pretzels

7. Greek Yogurt Fruit and Berries

Greek yogurt has more protein and less fat than regular yogurt, so it’s already healthier. Then, by using it to cover cranberries, apricots, and pretzels, this sweet, tangy, and slightly salty combination is chewy, crunchy, and delicious.

8. Milk Chocolate Cashews

Is there any better nut than a cashew? It’s already slightly sweet and then to dip it in milk chocolate, it’s absolutely heavenly.

Your Customers Want Sweets!

And then there are milk chocolate-covered peanuts, almonds, pretzels, and raisins, not to mention some yogurt-covered peanuts. And around the holidays, you can add some Christmas Mix, Christmas Pretzels, Easter Mix, Halloween Mix to your stock, all of which feature some sort of chocolate or yogurt-coated treats and appropriately colored candies. A personal favorite is the Halloween Mix, filled with candy corn, candy pumpkins, roasted peanuts and pumpkin seeds, Reese’s Pieces, and milk chocolate pretzels—a perfect salty and sweet combination. For more information on why packaging and portion size matters to your customers, contact our team today.