Give the gift of Chocolate this Valentines Day with Mrs. Cavanaugh’s Famous Chocolates!



I love good chocolate, and with the Holiday’s approaching more people will be buying chocolate for themselves or as a gift to someone they know. If you are going to be buying chocolate it’s important to know that what you are buying is good. With Mrs. Cavannaugh’s you will know that the chocolate won’t be that gross $3 box of chocolates that you may sometimes get from others. I have a lot of foodies (Food friends) in my life, and I usually put together items or buy food gift baskets for them, and one thing I always make sure to put in is chocolate. Everyone loves it, and when you buy good chocolate it shows that you actually took your time and choose something you know is good.


So this season when you go out to buy chocolate remember Mrs. Cavanaugh’s and check out this great deal just for my readers: My readers receive Buy 1 lb Get 1 lb FREE of Mrs. Cavanaugh’s Chocolates use promo code: usfamily2014


Here is more about how Mrs. Cavanaugh’s Chocolates came about:

Time was when Marie Cavanaugh spent hours in her South Dakota farmhouse each Christmas season making pecan rolls and homemade chocolates for holiday gifting.

“It started when my aunt sent her pecan-rolls recipe,” Mrs. Cavanaugh recalled. “I gave the recipe my own touch and started making the yummy specialties. Then I began dipping chocolates. Our friends and neighbors loved these treats, encouraging me to start a candy business. Finally, I decided it might be a good idea.'”

Her husband George and children Carla, Lorraine, Calvin, Colene and Genise rallied, helping Mrs. Cavanaugh fill demands for her homemade sweets.

…In 1972, the family moved to Utah, leaving good friends and their beloved cattle ranch. 

“It was a difficult decision, especially for George,” Mrs. Cavanaugh said. “He was excited about making our new venture, which we chose to call Mrs. Cavanaugh’s Candies, a great success. We felt Utah was blessed with good chocolates and that we would enjoy – and could compete with – those who pride themselves on making excellent chocolates.”

Millions of pounds of chocolates later, Mrs. Cavanaugh’s candies have earned a reputation for unquestionable excellence….
Ask chocolate aficionados. They will direct those seeking the best chocolates to the popular Mrs. Cavanaugh’s Candies.

My readers receive Buy 1 lb Get 1 lb FREE of Mrs. Cavanaugh’s Chocolates use promo code: usfamily2014

Tell me in the comments below what kind of gifts you get your Foodie Friends or what food products you love to get as a gift!


14 thoughts on “Give the gift of Chocolate this Valentines Day with Mrs. Cavanaugh’s Famous Chocolates!

  1. Masshole Mommy says:

    I am a big fan of chocolate! These look so good!

  2. Who wouldn’t love to receive chocolate for Christmas?! Thanks for sharing that great promo code!

  3. What i would give for a piece or 12 of chocolate right now.. this is the hardest time of year to be on a diet.

  4. I’m not big on chocolate, but I absolutely love Turtles so those are the one chocolate gift I will love and I received a box of them last Christmas! Kind of hoping for some again this year! 😉

  5. OMG I love chocolate and those look amazing!

  6. Chocolate should be given all year round. Well that’s what I think because I want it all year round. 🙂

  7. I love chocolate! These look so delicious! Anyone would love to receive these as a gift.

  8. Any chocolate besides dark.

  9. Those chocolates look delicious! I wouldn’t mind getting those from my husband. Yummy!

  10. I have such a bad sweet tooth, there’s not better than getting chocolate in the mail.

  11. I love this chocolate! it’s so good!!!!

  12. I love chocolate and I love when I get them as gifts

  13. who doesn’t love chocolate? Those look delicious!

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