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Let Them Eat Candles®


Premium chocolate candles to light up birthday cakes and celebrations. Why didn’t somebody think of this sooner?

Rather than messing up a gorgeous cake with drippy wax candles, why not top it with delicious chocolate candles?  You can not only light them, you can eat, too!

Thanks to the clever chocolatiers at Let Them Eat Candles, you can top your party cakes and cupcakes with premium milk or dark chocolate candles, festively decorated in your choice of 12 colorful candy designs.

Can you really light them?

Yes. Each candle has a short paraffin-coated cotton wick that burns just long enough to sing “Happy Birthday” or cheer the guest of honor. Blow out the candle, remove the (cooled) wick and enjoy some premium chocolate.

Let Them Eat Candles® are the delicious exclamation point for every celebration.

These edible artisan candles are the brainchild of mom Loree Sandler. During one of her children’s birthday parties, she finds herself fixated on the wax candles melting onto the cake – and decides right then that a candle renovation is in order.

“I’m trained as an architect, devoted to details, and birthday candles were ripe for revision,” Loree says. “Thus began my journey to improve upon a tired tradition. Thank you for joining me in this quiet revolution. Shine on.”

Loree’s chocolate candles are sold three to a box (representing the past, present and future), available on www.LetThemEatCandles.com. They make great hostess gifts and gift toppers; look for limited-edition holiday patterns. Not for birthdays only, custom chocolate candles are available in quantities for corporate anniversaries, weddings and other occasions.

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