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Easter Treats for Grown Ups

If you’re on the hunt for grown-up Easter treats,  let us give you a few clues on where to find them.

By now your childhood taste for Peeps, jelly beans and milk chocolate eggs has likely been replaced by slightly more sophisticated cravings. Here’s a look at where you can find extraordinary Easter treats:

Roselle Toronto: 

Roselle’s cakes, caramels, cookies and French-inspired pastries are the stuff dessert dreams are made of.  This Easter, Stephanie Duong’s arty Easters eggs are sublime:  individually painted and filled with limited edition milk chocolate hazelnut caramels, our signature mango passionfruit caramels & silky Earl Grey meltaways. Our advice?  Get there fast. Her cannellé’s sell out in hours.

Thierry Chocolates Vancouver:

Thierry’s is a Vancouver favourite. Their 2018 Easter line-up of eggs, bunnies, and chicks are available in-store starting today.

Patrice Patissier Montreal:

Patrice Demers is a Montreal treasure. Show up at an Easter brunch with his Paris-Brest made with Alpaco chocolate, praliné and almond Chantilly, and you’ll be remembered fondly for a very long time to come.

Popp Chocolates Winnipeg:

Chocolatier Constance Popp has been producing gorgeous artisanal chocolate creations, pastries & frozen treats in Winnipeg since 2007.  Chocolate fanatics will go far to satisfy their lust, but if Winnipeg seems out of reach, the beauties of Popp Chocolates are available online.