Easter is just around the corner and many people will be turning to The Swiss Colony to provide a sweet treat for their families.
The Swiss Colony is a family-owned company that originated the tradition of sending food gifts by mail in 1926 and has never looked back. Over 80 years later they now offer hundreds of festively packaged gifts, ranging from cheeses, cheese spreads, and specialty meats to chocolates, butter toffee, and a ton of decadent desserts.
When it comes to spring and Easter, The Swiss Colony has everything from traditional baskets to unique treats that are perfect to send to friends or family at home or across the country to brighten the season. Is there anyone out there that wouldn’t be thrilled to find a beautifully decorated, mouthwatering surprise at their door?
I’ve seen hand-decorated treats before, but can’t remember ever seeing anything nearly as adorable as these. Monkey Girl just stared at them in awe.
Then when I told her they were cake, she had to try each animal!
These treats were a huge hit on our house. Each animal’s milk chocolate gives way to a luscious whipped chocolate center!
We are waiting to unveil the Mini Easter Petits Fours until Easter Sunday. What is great about these items is that if you pop them in the freezer right away, they will stay fresh for months! The Mini Easter Petits Fours are cake is layered with butter cream and blanketed in sweet confection. Each box contains include Strawberry, Lemon, Orange and Vanilla cakes. We can’t wait to try them!
Both products retail for $19.95. These great items from The Swiss Colony are a delightfully yummy way to celebrate Easter as well as the arrival of spring. They’re just the right combination of scrumptious and adorable!
With everything from cute to practical, the selection at The Swiss Colony is sure to make any lucky recipient’s mouth water from the moment they open the box. With a flavor and style to meet any budget (there are quite a few affordable options that are less than $20), it is easy to know that you aren’t breaking the bank while still celebrating the holiday in a tasty way.