When you have a hankering for some fudge around Redmond, several nearby shops can satisfy your sweet tooth. They offer both classic recipes and outside-of-the-box creations that won't disappoint. Here are three of the best places to pick up some fudge near our Redmond apartments.
The founder of Seattle Fudge actually grew up in Michigan. He purchased a fudge shop in Petoskey and started using a recipe that had been in the same Michigan family for generations. Soon after he moved to Washington, Seattle Fudge opened its doors. Today, the shop is popular among locals and visitors alike. Flavors include grasshopper, chocolate peanut butter, and almond toffee crunch.
Growing up, Randy Brinker lived with his grandmother. Their dinner guests included everyone from the mayor to local priests. Her recipes were so popular that she published one every week in the Sunday paper. Randy wanted to honor his grandmother, so he opened a candy shop named after her. That's how Sweet Mickey's was born. It's a place where you can indulge your senses as well as a spot where the community can connect and create lasting memories. Fudge flavors include maple nut, gourmet creamy turtle, and dark chocolate sea salt caramel.
At the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, you can watch as the candy makers prepare treats in front of your eyes. They use traditional tools like copper kettles and marble slab cooking tables. Founder Frank Crail learned to make chocolate on a ping pong table. Today, he offers classic treats that many adults haven't seen since childhood. Fudge offerings include rocky road, chocolate pecan, and semi-sweet dark chocolate.
Before sampling some of the best fudge around Redmond, enjoy some delicious dumplings from a local restaurant. If you're looking to call Parkside home, please contact us. Our leasing staff will gladly help you discover everything our apartments in Redmond, WA have to offer.