Something Sweet on the South Shore


March 10, 2024

The South Shore has no shortage of sweet treats to enjoy during your stay. Whether you’re looking for something sweet for Easter, Pi Day, or just a weekend indulgence, you’ll find a wide variety of locally-made goodies that will hit the spot.

Stuzzi Café and Sweet Shop 

Stuzzi Café and Sweet Shop in Plymouth is a delightful fusion of a cafe and a sweet shop. When you walk through the doors you’ll be greeted by the delicious smells of roasted coffee, baked goods, and chocolate. You’ll have your pick of decadent gelato, fine chocolates, penny candy, and warm scones, croissants, and cinnamon buns. You can pick up some treats to go or sit by the window and enjoy them at your leisure.

Stuzzi Café and Sweet Shop

Crumbl Cookies Plymouth

There are few things better than a fresh-baked cookie, and Crumbl Cookies Plymouth has over 170 unique flavors you’ll want to try! But don’t worry about trying to eat them all at once. The menu rotates with six flavors featured on a weekly basis, and they’re all baked fresh every day. You’ll have plenty of excuses to come back over and over so you can find your favorite cookie. Or, if you’re staying in the area, you can have the cookies delivered to your door!

B’s Homemade Ice Cream

B’s Homemade Ice Cream in Plymouth is open year-round because there is never a bad time of year for ice cream. The flavors rotate by the season and feature both classics from your childhood and a variety of unique flavors. They make small batches of premium ice cream right in the shop and they’re always experimenting to make something new and delicious. You can get your ice cream scooped on a freshly baked waffle cone, or in a sundae, shake, or soda float.

Nantasket Sweets By Swedes

Over in Hull, Nantasket Sweets By Swedes works to make candy that won’t make you feel guilty. You’ll find Swedish candy made with natural fruit juices and high-quality spices as well as no GMOs, trans fats, or added HFCS. Choose an assortment of candy from the candy bar to make a mixed bag of delights. There’s also locally-made chocolates, taffy, fudge, soda, popsicles, and popcorn, so you’ll have all the treats you could ever want right at your fingertips.

Nantasket Sweets by Swedes

Keegan Kreations

If you’re looking for a high-quality patisserie in Plymouth, look no further than Keegan Kreations. Specializing in French pastries, you’ll also get your pick of cakes, tarts, cookies, and brownies. Their croissants are one of their specialties and there are 15 varieties of pastry that feature their croissant dough. The cakes are made from scratch and feature fillings like fruit mousse, chocolate ganache, lemon curd, and fruit preserves. No matter what you order, you’ll surely savor every bite.

Getting something sweet while visiting the South Shore should be a memorable experience, which is why there are so many incredible local bakers, chocolatiers, and ice cream parlors. When you plan your next trip, be sure to leave room for dessert.