This collection includes a 24 piece Bittersweet Toffee Assortment, a 12 piece Petits Fours Assortment, a 20 piece Liquid Caramel and 72% Ganache Truffle Assortment, a 20 piece Tea Truffle Assortment, a 15 piece box of Salt & Pepper Truffles, a 14 piece box of Holiday Nougat, and a 6 piece box of Bittersweet Almond Fleur de Sel Toffee. Learn More
Added to our collection last holiday, this assortment quickly became one of our most popular items. A new take on culinary staples, the 15 piece box features two different flavors: Black Pepper infused ganache, and bittersweet ganache finished with Fleur de Sel. Both are hand dipped in bittersweet chocolate. Learn More
These bite size indulgences are a reinterpretation of Valerie Confections' signature Almond Fleur de Sel toffee. Each piece is hand dipped in bittersweet chocolate, then rolled in roasted organic California almonds, and dusted with French sea salt. Delicious, and highly addictive. Learn More
Our Everyday Indulgences are just that - delicious, uncomplicated treats to keep on hand when you need a sweet snack. You don't need a special occasion to enjoy them, but they're all still elegant enough to bring to a dinner party, or to offer as a gift.
The Durango Bark is darkened milk chocolate topped with some of our favorite flavors - roasted organic California almonds, cocoa nibs, and Durango smoked salt. Addictive.
Packed in biodegradable bags, with gold satin ribbon. Learn More
Our company began in 2004, offering 6 different flavors of artisanal toffee. Among them, the Almond Fleur de Sel was a standout, and has continued to be so popular that we're finally offering this single flavor box.
Our Almond Toffee is made by hand in small batches with the finest ingredients, including organic California almonds, then dipped in Valrhona bittersweet chocolate, and finished with a sprinkling of Fleur de Sel.
Reviewers have described this toffee as "a revelation" (Leslie Brenner, Los Angeles Times), and “the perfect combination of the sweets holy trinity of Butter, Sugar and Salt" (Evan Kleiman, KCRW).