Seaside Chocolates logo

The story

So if you have been a client of mine, you would’ve received a little brown paper bag of chocolate at Christmas time. It has always been my way of saying thank you to my clients for supporting my small business; I feel that it has been the least I could do for the incredible folks that I see daily and have stood by my business for so long.

Years ago, a friend of ours came to our house and brought some these really delicious chocolates and they were in truffle cups.

I asked her what the recipe was.
She gave me the recipe.
I told her that I am going to start making these.
So I did.

I started with truffle cups, and then I moved on to molds which makes my life a little bit easier and the chocolate more uniform. I have been asked many times over the years that “ YOU SHOULD BE SELLING THESE!” and I am finally listening.

The chocolates are made by me, batch by batch in Prospect and are available for a limited time during the holiday season. (Obviously if you want some outside of the holidays I will make them).


chocolate brick size

The original brick


chocolate square size and lady fingers

Small brick or lady finger (for a party platter)


Free delivery within HRM

If you would like some chocolates, email me! [email protected]

Kelly Carrington's seaside chocolates logo sketchThere is no words I can say for the support of my family for putting up with the space I take up in the kitchen, and the quality control.

  • My middle son (M) for being interested enough to come up with the logo and the name.
  • I would like to thank you to big deal R for the recipe that started it all.
  • My long time client KHC for the first chocolate molds and finally,
  • My long time clients PN & JM for the real push to get me to sell them and for advice.

I can’t thank all of my clients for just being happy to receive them year after year.