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Indulge Your Tastebuds With Canada’s Sweetest Easter Treats

After Thanksgiving, Easter is probably the most delicious holiday. Each spring, we’re overwhelmed with pastel-coloured icing, egg-shaped chocolates and other decadent treats. Hop through this post and peep the best pastries across Canada below:

 

Love Soirette

1433 W Pender St, Vancouver, soirette.com

This pastry and tea boutique specializes in cakes and macarons, and they aren’t skimping when it comes to speciality Easter treats. This spring, they’ve been offering sneak peeks at their decadent creations, including robin egg-blue macarons, chocolate nests and the carrot-shaped pops below.

 

BETA5

413 Industrial Ave, Vancouver, beta5chocolates.com

This West Coast chocolatier has received international recognition for their artisan and complex sweet creations. For Easter, they’re releasing a whole collection of treats, including coconut and passionfruit chocolate eggs filled with chocolate-covered macadamias and seasonal Easter reimaginings of their popular cream puffs.

 

Swiss Bakery

143 East 3rd Ave, Vancouver, swissbakery.ca

Step up the classic Easter marshmallow treat Peeps with Swiss Bakery’s meringue chickadees. While you’re there, don’t forget to explore their wide selection of breads.

A sea of chickadees! #🐣 #meringue

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Beaucoup Bakery

 2150 Fir St, Vancouver, beaucoupbakery.com

This French-inspired spot boasts some of the best croissants in the city, and for Easter, they’re keeping it classic with hot cross buns.

 

Yann Haute Patisserie

329, 23rd Ave SW, Calgary, yannboutique.com

This patisserie operates out of a little hundred-year old yellow house and is helmed by pastry chef Yann Blanchard who has Parisian training and 15 years of experience under his belt, so don’t be surprised to see intricate pastries like the Easter egg cage shown below.

 

Chocolatier Constance Popp

180 Provencher Blvd, Winnipeg, constancepopp.com

This chocolatier was the first in Manitoba to make their treats fresh from chocolate from their own cacao beans. In addition to chocolate geese and roosters , they’re also offering a chocolate caramel Easter cake—complete with a nest and eggs on top.

 

Maman

100 King St W, Toronto, mamantoronto.com

This charming French-style bakery offers rustic salads and sandwiches that are perfect for workers on the go, but for Easter, be sure to try their adorable Eggs In A Nest oatmeal cookies.

 

Bobbette & Belle

1121 Queen St E, Toronto, bobbetteandbelle.com

Nothing says “Hoppy Easter” like a classic sugar cookie. Head to this Toronto shop for a treat that’s almost too cute to eat.

 

Butter Avenue

477 Queen St W, Toronto, butteravenue.com

This bakery is a go-to spot for Torontonians in search of the best macarons. End your egg hunt with their darling Easter Chocolat Egg, filled with macaron cookies and decorated with bunnies.

 

Rocket Bakery & Fresh Food

272 Water St, St. John’s, Newfoundland, rocketfood.ca

This cozy spot (which doubles as a music and events space) offers a tonnes of fresh food, but specializes in tasty cakes and pastries. Try their Easter Delight Cake, which is a chocolate cake with ganache in between the layers all covered with vanilla buttercream.

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