It’s smooth and creamy and homemade. And you won’t find creamsicle fudge anywhere else.
You’re probably headed there for creamy homemade fudge. (The vanilla rocks.) But
Seaside Country Store also stocks bags of old-fashioned favorites.
You haven’t lived until you’re tried the chocolate praline fudge at Seaside Country Store. It’s made at the counter for all to see. It’s fun to watch handsome Rick Frostad blend all that creamery butter, fresh cream, sugar and seasonal flavors such as cranberries and walnuts. The most popular flavor, after creating some 36 over nearly 40 years, is “good ol’ plain chocolate,” says owner Amy Vickers. Peanut butter ranks second. The peanuts are freshly ground.