The Best Sweet Treats in Sedona
Craving something sweet? Consider yourself lucky because Sedona is not only a great destination for outdoor adventures, it is also where you can indulge in delicious pastries and desserts. Satisfy your sweet tooth and check out our mouthwatering list of favorite local sweets.
The Sedona Fudge Company
The Sedona Fudge Company has been family-owned and operated since 1982, and continues the tradition of creating artisan treats with their wide variety of handmade fudge, candies, and cookies. They use a long-established fudge-making process that visitors can watch through the glass windows that surround the store’s kitchen.
Start off your morning with a sweet treat at Sedonuts! This local donut shops serves a large variety of fresh and yummy donuts all made from scratch that you can enjoy with a steaming cup of coffee. Make sure to get there early before the donuts are sold out, and to try the “vortex” donut; a local favorite.
If you’re interested in trying some artisan handmade ‘true’ gelato, then Pussycat Gelato is the spot for you. Their gelato is 100% natural with no preservatives, making it a healthier option with lower calories. Not only is they’re gelato amazing, but the hip retro décor of the restaurant makes this place a fun and unique experience.
Craving something sweet, but still want to be healthy? Then you’re in luck because ChocolaTree’s raw chocolate is actually good for you! Not only are their unique chocolate creations delicious, they’re also nutritious. ChocolaTree has its own organic cacao farms, where the cacao pods are hand-harvested and ground by hand. Their master chocolatiers sweeten the cocoa with organic sweeteners, like honey, maple syrup, and dried fruit.
Grab your favorite pastry from Layla’s Bakery-Café! This place features a rotating cast of freshly baked classic European pastries including croissants, pain au chocolat, eclairs, lemon tarts, scones and cookies. In addition to their delectable sweets, they are also known for their fantastic sandwiches such as the Turkey Club.