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Fudge, Jams, Confectionery Treats

Log Cabin in the Glades

Mountain Charm Log Cabin

One of the wonderful things about Gatlinburg is the rich, traditional culture of the Smoky Mountains found in the Gatlinburg Arts & Crafts Community. Crafts are generally thought of as leather goods, pottery and woodworking, but you’ll also find craftsmanship in tasty treats!

As you browse the shops of the Crafts Trail, you’ll notice there are several places that cater to your palate that include southern recipe jams and sauces, homemade fudge and savory confections.

Fudgewrights
Relocated to Gatlinburg from Chattanooga, the Wright family has brought their skills to Gatlinburg to offer you made-from-scratch gourmet chocolates and a variety of fudge poured on marble slabs. The family welcomes you to stop in for a taste test so that you can choose your favorite sweet treats to take home.

Gatlinburg Craft Trail Sweet Shops

Wright Family

Glades Homemade Candies
Stop by to see the Bohanans in the Woodwhittlers complex for an almost endless variety of confections. With over 31 years experience in the treat making business, you know you’ll love their traditional recipes. Choose savory brittles, creamy fudge, chewy taffy, hand dipped and chocolate covered everything, and plenty of sugar-free choices too.

JD’s Corner
If you want a treat for yourself and your four-legged friends, you’ll find it at JD’s Corner. Chef JD has a selection of award winning sauces and marinades and gourmet dog treats.

Simply Savory Gift & Gourmet
This gourmet shop offers gourmet brand names you’ll soon love. Gourmet sauces and jellies, specialty mixes and fine condiments will have you preparing easy and delicious meals and appetizers your family and friends will rave about.

Jams, Jellies, Nuts & More
This shop’s specialties include more preserve, sauce, jelly, and marmalade flavors than you can even imagine. Looking for dressing, vinaigrette, seasonings and mixes? You’ll find those here too. Be sure to grab some fruit butters for breakfast at your cabin before you go.

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