Let Graeter’s Help You Celebrate

{Giveaway Closed: Congrats to FFC reader, Sarah N.}

Our friends at Graeter’s want to help you make Valentine’s Day and Fat Tuesday extra SWEET this year with treats from their stores.

While we all know Graeter’s for its delicious ice cream, Graeter’s has been hand-making chocolates and confections for more than 140 years. All of their candies are made in small batches, with the same care and attention they give their ice cream.

{Valentine’s Day}

Photo via Graeter’s Facebook page

If you are still looking for a sweet treat for your special someone for Valentine’s Day, Graeter’s has lots of items to choose from:

  • Valentine Marshmallow Hearts – Fluffy heart-shaped marshmallow dipped in Graeter’s signature dark chocolate. $1.99 each.
  • Valentine Sandwich Cookies – Everyone’s favorite cookie drenched in creamy milk chocolate and decorated just for Valentine’s Day. Set of 4 starts at $5.95.
  • Valentine Chocolate Heart Boxes – A selection of handmade butter cream, caramel, nut, fudge and toffee centers dipped in Graeter’s milk and dark chocolates. Starting at $13.95.
  • Valentine Chocolate Heart Truffles – Rich gourmet truffles in a variety of flavors. Starting at $14.95 per box.
  • Valentine Mint Patties – Creamy mints covered in dark chocolate and artfully decorated for Valentine’s Day. Starting at $10.95 per box.

{Fat Tuesday}

Photo via Graeter’s Facebook page

Fat Tuesday, celebrated on February 21, is just around the corner and Graeter’s can help you celebrate in true New Orlean’s style.

  • You’ll find Paczki (pronounced POONCH-key), a round sugar-coated pastry that is deep fried and filled with a variety of different flavors, including Red or Black Raspberry, Sweet Cream and Custard ($1.05 each)
  • One- and two-pound King Cakes that come complete with a plastic baby, strand of Mardi Gras beads and a gold-foiled chocolate coin ($10.25 and $19.95)

Want to try Graeter’s chocolates and other treats on us? The folks at Graeter’s have given us a $25 gift card to give away to one lucky Family Friendly Cincinnati reader!


Enter to win a $25 gift card for Graeter’s! Entering is easy, just leave a separate comment for each one you do (or already do). Only number 1 is required. The others are just “icing on the King Cake’” so to speak ;-) :

1) Tell us… Dark Chocolate, Milk Chocolate or White Chocolate?

2) Subscribe to FFC’s eNewsletter

3) Come join the fun over on the FFC Facebook page

4) Become a fan of Graeter’s on Facebook

5) On Twitter? Tweet about this giveaway (or RT our Tweet about it) including @FamFriendlyCin

That’s it, it’s that easy.

Giveaway will close Saturday, February 18th at 3pm. Winner will have 24 hours to respond. Please make sure that when you comment you include a valid email address. Winner will also be posted to the FFC Facebook page.

Good luck!


Disclosure: Graeter’s provided the gift card for us to giveaway to one lucky reader in exchange for helping spread the word about their Valentine’s and Fat Tuesday offerings.   

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  1. Mary Geretz says

    My granddaughter Marly and I are big fans of white chocolate but the dark chocolate is so much better for us! I already subscribe to the FFC newsletter and get great vacation ideas from it!

  2. Leslie says

    #4 – Already a fan/follow on FB. Also – every year for Fat Tuesday my family eats ice cream for dinner at Graeters! Best dinner ever!!!

  3. Julia says

    Who in Cincinnati is not a fan of Graeter’s on Facebook. You haven’t lived until you have had black raspberry chocolate chip ice cream. Sweet & bitter combo is delicious too!

  4. Julia says

    Oh that is an easy one. Dark Chocolate, especially pretzels dipped in it. Nothing like the salty, bitter sweet combo. Yummy!

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