Even in a health-conscious city like Austin, sometimes that sweet tooth needs to be satisfied. Whether it's chocolate, giant lollipops or gummies, candy shops in Austin offer up plenty of treats to choose from.
This local chain of candy shops stocks everything from pralines to chocolates and taffy.
1706 S. Congress Ave.
This shop is packed to the brim with candies and also serves classic sodas, shakes, and ice cream treats.
409 W. Second St.
The downtown candy joint sells candy, dairy-free ice cream, fudge and includes vegan, gluten-free and other diet-friendly options.
Helene Park Chocolates
6800 Westgate Blvd. #117
The South Austin store is all chocolate, all the time and sells pieces by the pound and arrangements of chocolate-dipped fruit.
2626 Texas 71, Cedar Creek
Stop in for pralines, fudge, pies and more at the highway-adjacent shop, which also boasts a 14-foot squirrel statue (the largest in the world).
Maggie Louise Confections
1017 E. Sixth St.
These aren't your average molded chocolates. The treats come in all shapes made to look like a cactus, pineapple, lipstick and even Texas.
7425 Burnet Rd.
Skip the big corporate brands of assorted chocolates and go local with this shop's inventory of boxed chocolates.
3808 Spicewood Springs Rd. #102
Truffle lovers can pick between nearly two dozen varieties made from all-natural ingredients. Edis also offers baked goods.
2900 W. Anderson Ln.
This spot specializes in nut-based sweets and also carries candies like Jelly Belly beans, gummies and chocolate.
10710 Research Blvd.
The candy chain has a location in Northwest Austin which sells various chocolates, lollypops and brittle.
11621 Rock Rose Ave. #100
Looking for a place to buy giant-sized candies? This chain location stocks the big-name brands and products like a 5 lb. gummy bear.
11700 Rock Rose Ave.
This chain of boutique candy shops boasts "luxury" chocolates, gummies, cocktail candies and sugar-free, vegetarian and kosher options.