Sweetest Ways: Stick Around
Food on a stick isn't just for festival fun, so grab one of these three portable delights.
Campbell's Sweets Factory
Forget those amusement park concession stand candy apples. This gigantic Ohio Melrose apple ($9.95) is dunked into caramel, rolled in roasted and salted chunks of pecans and drizzled with white and milk chocolates — putting a welcomed spin on the boring carnival caramel apple.
The Cute Little Cake Shop
If you're anything like us, you can't be bothered with a plate and knife when it comes to cake. Ordered by the dozen ($24), these little balls of crushed up cake mashed together with flavored icings, rolled up and dipped into candy or chocolate coatings — in more than 200 flavors — are perfectly pint-sized for the dinner guest who says, "Just a small slice, please."
chocolate-dipped brownie pops
Sweet Moses Soda Fountain and Treat Shop
Your first bite of the moist cake covered in rich dark chocolate, all stuck on a fat popsicle stick ($5.50), will have you ignoring the fact that this isn't a cold treat. At least this way you won't have ice cream dripping down your arm — a couple candy sprinkles in the corner of your mouth will be the only evidence this indulgence ever happened.
food & drink
12:00 AM EST
January 24, 2014