Our customers asked for a sugar free slice. But it had to be the kind of quality that could carry the Chocolate Pizza Company brand. We found it. We think it is every bit as smooth, creamy and tasty as our regular chocolate. Not surprisingly, this sugar free version extra special. There is no English toffee in this slice – just pure, delicious milk sugar free chocolate. Wrapped in clear cellophane and available with a premium gift box. It is a perfect birthday, anniversary, thank you, congratulations or holiday gift for the person who needs a quality sugar free chocolate option. Sweetened with maltitol, a sugar alcohol found naturally in many fruits and vegetables.
LOCAL ROOTS, NATIONAL ATTENTION
Featured on CNBC’s On the Money, Hallmark Channel’s Home and Family, CMT’s Pickler and Ben, Chocolate Pizza Company has also appeared nationally and internationally on Food Network and Food Network Canada. Owner, Ryan Novak, started with the company as a dishwasher when he was 15 years-old. But at age 21, he jumped at the opportunity to buy the small-town chocolate shop. His vision was to turn it into a national brand. Chocolate Pizza Company is central New York’s largest chocolate maker. Its chocolatiers create over 100 unique, delicious and impressive chocolate specialties for any occasion.
The company is famous for its Chocolate Pizza. This trademarked confection blends the highest quality Swiss-style milk or dark chocolate with homemade English toffee. The toffee recipe is from Ryan’s hometown and dates back to 1919. He makes the toffee on-site in small batches for maximum flavor before being ground fine and mixed with the chocolate. Poured into actual pizza pans, the blend is then topped with a variety of candies and nuts. Peanut Butter Wings are just as famous. These salty-sweet gems draw rave reviews. Glitter magazine proclaimed, “You have not lived until you’ve tried these.” The Autumn Avalanche joins a host of Chocolate Pizza favorites that make great gifts.
Allergy note: All of our products are produced in a facility and on machines that share peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, wheat, milk and soy.