Discover Montgomery County’s Best Fall Sweets

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With fall comes some of the sweetest flavors of the year. Discover The Valley Forge Tourism and Convention Board's favorite fall sweets in Montco. Image via Unsplash.

With fall comes some of the sweetest flavors of the year. Plump pumpkins and appealing apples are so versatile, they can be interesting additions to any number of dishes, including the Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board‘s following favorites.

Kilwin’s King Of Prussia Town Center

For the first time, the “Kilwins Experience” is now available in the Philadelphia area. Families will love to see their favorite treats made fresh in the store “theatre-style,” including Sea Salt Caramel Fudge, Pecan Caramel Apples, Cashew Brittle and “Original Recipe” Ice Cream.

Duck Donuts – King of Prussia

Duck Donuts brings the taste of the Outer Banks to King of Prussia. The famous Duck Donut is a freshly-made vanilla cake donut that can be coated, topped and drizzled as one wishes – hopefully with the Eagles game day assortment!

‘Feine – Conshohocken

This cozy Conshy café offers unique hot drinks (think jalapeño mochas, honey lavender lattes, and butterbeer) in addition to quality coffee and pastries. Stop by for a morning pick-me-up, or settle in to get some work done—they have free Wi-Fi and outlets available.

Asher’s Chocolates – Souderton

Asher’s Chocolates provides tours of its processes, where visitors can watch an army of pretzels marching endlessly under a curtain of falling liquid chocolate and emerging as decadent treats.

Discover more bakeries and treat shops to sweeten up the fall season here.

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