Mother’s Day is Sunday,
They are also available in our online shop.
Spring Floral Boxes
Swing into Spring with these handmade floral boxes. Fill them with an assortment of our handmade chocolates or choose a selection of our locally made panned items. Available in the shop or online.
Featured Bean to Bar: Muchomas
We carry four varieties:
70% Dark Chocolate with Roasted Coffee
44% Milk Chocolate
44% Milk Chocolate with Roasted Almonds
80% Dark Chocolate with Cacao Nibs.
NEW Franklin Ice Cream Flavors
Try our new Burnt Sugar Ice Cream, ushering us towards future warmer days while reminding us of where we came from.
As always, our dairy-free lineup stays fresh and unique. We’re now churning Dairy-Free Strawberry and Dairy-Free Green Tea!
War Admiral Phosphate
This Philly Winner, weaned on local thoroughbred MILK, leads the pack with great GINGER and finishes first in a garland of ROSES.
A DelCo Riddle that’ll knock your Derby off!
Wiener Eiskaffee (Veen-er Ice Cafe)
Black Coffee cold brewed in The Chocolate Café at Shane Confectionery with a scoop of Vanilla Bean, Whipped Cream, and Chocolate Syrup.
A Viennese coffeehouse classic.
‘One Tough Cookie’ Ice Cream Sandwich
Get out to VOTE on May 19th for your favorite candidate. Longtime Shane’s Customer Lynne Abraham inspired an ice cream sandwich made with her favorite confection, Almond Buttercrunch. This almond cookie is filled with Franklin Chocolate Ice Cream, rolled in Almond Buttercrunch Toffee and named for Lynne, who’s “One Tough Cookie”
Franklin Fountain coconut ice cream is whipped in a whirlwind with fresh banana and, for the first time ever, Shane’s own house made bean-to-bar chocolate. Served in a coconut shell with a bamboo straw for a true taste of the tropics.
Pinolillo is the national drink of Nicaragua, so popular that Nicaraguans commonly self-identify as “Pinoleros”. This icy drink is a unique blend of toasted cornmeal, cocoa, cinnamon, and coconut cream.
Sugar and Sweets: Oxford University Press
Tamanend Day – May 1st
On May 1st at 7pm we will host a celebration in commemoration of Chief Tamanend and William Penn’s Peaceful agreement to live in harmony at The Tamanend Statue (on the corner of Market St. and Front St.) Chief Tamanend was a respected leader of a Lenni-Lenape clan that inhabited this region and was known for his exceptional efforts at peace and friendship between the Native American tribes and the European settlers led by William Penn.