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Sweets and treats abound in New Orleans. Whether you are looking for a snoball or milkshake to cool you down on a hot New Orleans summer day or searching for a hot cup of coffee to warm you as a cold wind blows off the Mississippi River New Orleans has either one for you. Not only does New Orleans have famous snowballs, coffee and delicious old fashion milkshakes you can all find pralines, pecan brittle, hand-crafted chocolates, cupcakes, donuts, ice cream and a vast assortment of other sweets and treats. On this page I will tell you were to find the best milkshakes in New Orleans, the creamiest pralines and the most delicious chocolates that New Orleans has to offer. I would say that either Johnny's Po-Boys ice cream shop or Mister Apple have the best milkshakes in New Orleans!

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Tip: Nothing is better than the taste of a freshly baked praline. So only purchase pralines from a shop that makes their pralines fresh daily.

Johnny's Po-boy Restaurant in the French Quarter

Johnny's SWEETS & TREATS - French Quarter

When you have finished eating the best po-boy sandwich in New Orleans head upstairs to Johnny's Sweets & Treats for desert! Upstairs at Johnny's you will find a 1950's old style Ice Cream and Candy Shop where they serve ice cream, old fashion milk shakes, malts, coke and root beer Floats, banana splits, sundaes, pies, other deserts and have a large selection of candy! So whether you have kids with you or not, Johnny's Sweets & Treats is a no brainer. Established in 1950 and located in the Historic French Quarter at 511 St Louis Street, Johnny´┐Żs Po-Boys is the oldest family po-boy restaurant in New Orleans.

Mister Apple * Candy Apples - Milkshakes - * French Quarter

If you are shopping in the French Quarter and find you are hungry for a special treat I recommend that you stop by the Mister Apple Shop. Sometimes when I am walking from work to catch the Canal St. Mister Apple in the French Quarterferry I will stop at Mister Apple and pick up a delicious hand spun chocolate milk shake. Besides the best milk shakes in the French Quarter Mister Apple offers ice cream, gourmet candy apples, Creole pralines, and New Orleans snow balls. They are located at 201 N. Peters Street.
Leah's Pralines in the French Quarter

Leah's Pralines * French Quarter

Leah’s Pralines is a family owned and operated business located in the heart of the historic New Orleans French Quarter. At Leah’s you will find a delicious assortment of creamy, traditional, chocolate, or mixed handmade pralines, turtles, Cajun mud, pecan brittle and much more. Everything Leah’s sells is fresh and delicious. You will find Leah's Pralines shop at 714 St. Louis Street.
The Spice & Tea Exchange in the French Quarter

The Spice & Tea Exchange of New Orleans * French Quarter

Be sure to visit The Spice & Tea Exchange in the French Quarter. Just follow the aroma of finest in savory spices, gourmet teas and seasonings and it will lead you to this charming little Spice & Tea Exchange. Their cooking herbs, spice blends and rubs are hand-selected for your cooking pleasure. Their gourmet teas are enjoyed by tea lovers across the nation. A culinary delight awaits you inside the Spice & Tea Exchange. They combine traditional and exotic gourmet spices, cooking herbs and seasonings from around the globe in the preparation of our 60+ hand-mixed signature blends and rubs. Packaging by the ounce allows you to experiment as you journey through their vast selection of spices and seasonings. The Spice & Tea Exchange is located 521 St. Louis Street in the French Quarter and their phone number is (504) 598-5689.
Laura's Candies & Creole Gourmet Store

Laura's Candies * French Quarter

Visit Laura's Candies Store for a taste of delicious Creole pralines, truffles, Mississippi Mud and other hand-crafted chocolates that are made fresh daily in their own kitchen. Laura’s Candies & Creole Gourmet is New Orleans oldest candy store and it is located in the French Quarter at 331 Chartres Street. Besides their delicious chocolates they also feature Laura's Creole and Cajun gourmet items for a taste of authentic New Orleans.
La Divina in the French Quarter

La Divina on St. Peter St. * French Quarter

Stop by La Divina in the French Quarter for some awesome, cool refreshing Italian ice cream, gelato. La Divina is the only place in the State of Louisiana to make Italian ice cream gelato (or ice cream for that matter) from scratch without pastes, powders or bases - and you can taste the difference! Everything is all natural, local and organic whenever possible. They use Smith's Creamery milk from happy grass-fed, hormone free cows, organic sugar, fresh eggs, and the best local produce, nuts, chocolates, and herbs we can find! Located right off Jackson Square at 621 St. Peter, they are open daily: La Divina not only sells gelato it is also a good place to eat in the French Quarter.

Old Fashion Milkshakes * Coffee * Snoballs * Pralines * Donuts * Cupcakes * Chocolate * Sweets * Handspun Milkshakes