Best Places For Easter Candy In Baltimore

March 22, 2016 8:00 AM

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Easter is a tasty American holiday full of sweets and treats, including easter eggs full of candy, creme eggs, chocolate bunnies and many more sweet treats. Kids and adults alike enjoy all types of candy on Easter. But where are the best places in Baltimore to find that candy to fill up your Easter basket? This year, support some stores in the Baltimore area by buying your Easter candy locally.

The Candy Store
7002 Reisterstown Road
Baltimore, MD 21215
(410) 653-9900
www.thecandystoreonline.com

The Candy Store has a locally popular Jelly Belly fruit snacks selection which is said to be organic and kosher. The shop even offers stunning candy serving dishes. With a wide selection of bulk candy, dried fruits and nuts and a variety of holiday treats, The Candy Store is one stop you will not want to miss on your search for the perfect Easter basket candy.

Rheb’s Homemade Candies
3352 Wilkens Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21229
(410) 644-4321
www.rhebcandy.com

Rheb’s Homemade Candies is offering an Easter Nest for $31.50, which basically is a special Easter nesting made for mailing filled with a lot of goodies that is sure to bring a shining beam to the faces of young and old alike. Rheb’s specializes in Easter chocolate eggs and the shop has a great section of jelly beans as well. Their pecan eggs are especially delicious and appropriate for the Easter season.

Charm City Chocolate
809 W. 36th St.
Baltimore, MD 21211
(443) 449-5164
www.charmcitychocolate.com

Charm City Chocolate makes hand-crafted chocolates and confections that have decadent and delicious rave reviews from its customers. The shop is even offering a chocolate bunny face-off survey via their Facebook page. For Easter, Charm City Chocolate has a great selection of chocolate bunnies, egg shaped chocolates and candies and pastel colored treats of all shapes and sizes available. The store even offers carrot shaped bags of orange jelly beans for the little bunnies in your life.

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Wockenfuss Candies
6831 Harford Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21234
(410) 483-4414
www.wockenfusscandies.com

With nine different locations throughout Maryland, Wockenfuss Candies is definitely a local favorite candy company. They offer personalized hand-packed chocolate assortments and some amazing solid chocolate bunnies for Easter. They also offer sugar free chocolate favorites as well as one of American’s favorite Easter treats, the well loved marshmallow Peeps.

Goetze’s Candy Company
3900 E. Monument St.
Baltimore, MD 21205
410-342-2010
www.goetzecandy.com

Goetze’s Candy is a family owned business that was founded in downtown Baltimore in 1895. Goetze’s Candy Company recently celebrated a 120th anniversary of making sweet treats in the USA. Some of the staple products include the iconic American treat Caramel Creams, a soft, chewy caramel wrapped around a cream center. Keep in mind, in 1984, Goetze’s Candy also introduced Cow Tales, an elongated version of the classic Caramel Creams. Currently, Caramel Creams are available in six different flavors that include vanilla, original chocolate, chocolate, strawberry, apple and licorice. The Cow Tales are available in four flavors that include: apple, vanilla, chocolate and strawberry.

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Tradina DeMary is a photo journalist. She is better known as Baltimore Budget Events Examiner, one of the best social event enthusiasts in Baltimore City. She is very zealous about city living and urban exploration in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area. She has a background in applied information technology with a master’s degree from Towson University. When she is not busy attending social events and taking photos for the Examiner.com. She manages a website about personal growth through poetry, cooking, music, DIY projects and consumer advocacy. Such a local lifestyle guru her other professional news column can be found at Examiner.com here. http://www.examiner.com/budget-events-in-baltimore/tradina-demary