Posts Categorized: Fall Treats

Caramel Apples are Back for the Fall Season

The most anticipated seasonal specialty of the year, Hilliards Chocolates’ homemade caramel apples are finally back in stores for the fall season! Whether you have been waiting for them to arrive since the end of last autumn or have just begun hearing rumors of their delicious flavors, we promise that they are well worth the… Read more »

Enjoy Pecan Caramel Apple Bark on National White Chocolate Day!

Fall is quickly approaching here in Massachusetts, as is one of our favorite days of the year: National White Chocolate Day! Sure, when it comes to rich, creamy, sweet and delicious chocolate, most individuals prefer the milk or dark chocolate varieties. But we at Hilliards Chocolates believe that is only because they haven’t tried the… Read more »

Let Hilliards Chocolates Handle Dessert this Thanksgiving

A time to celebrate with our loved ones and give thanks for all we have, Thanksgiving is also a busy day, especially for those hosting the festivities. While you are busy polishing silverware, basting the turkey and preparing your favorite fall-themed recipes, let Hilliards Chocolates make dessert! Whether your family is a fan of pumpkin,… Read more »

Fall Favorites: Caramel Apples & Pumpkin Fudge

From the fresh breeze to the colorful array of leaves falling from the tree, Boston is full of life this fall. Your family is probably just as busy as ours, cleaning out the gutters, raking the leaves and unpacking Thanksgiving decorations. After a Saturday afternoon working around the house, enjoy one of Hilliards Chocolates’ favorite… Read more »

The Delicious History of Halloween and Candy

A much loved holiday for children and adults alike, Halloween provides the unique opportunity to enjoy candy and other sweets while dressed as anyone or anything you can imagine. Chocolate molded in the likeness of jack-o-lanterns and ghosts, candy is one of our favorite parts of the festivities. From milk chocolate ghosts to caramel apples… Read more »