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The Best Easter Treats in Toronto

The Best Easter Treats in Toronto

The Best Easter Treats in Toronto

Easter is fast approaching but there's still time to load up on the best Easter Treats in Toronto. Sure, the Easter Bunny has the foil-wrapped chocolate egg market covered, but if you're hoping to hop into Easter with something unique, Toronto's best bakeries, chocolatiers, even mixologists, have you covered. Choose from elaborate chocolate creations, baked goods that push the boundaries, Easter-themed tipples, and everything in-between and surprise your crew with a fresh set of spring-themed treats this year. With the best Easter treats in Toronto, you'll delight, amaze, tantalize and, sweetest of all, best the Easter Bunny at his own game.

Bar From Afar

Bar From Afar

Prefer your Easter treats to come from a bar, not a basket? Bar From Afar has you covered with its new Easter Experience kit. Designed to see you through the day, from Easter egg hunt to dinner cocktails, each kit includes three seasonal sippers, ranging from a cold brew-based, salted caramel and chocolate rum cocktail to a vodka and amaretto citrus stunner. Order by April 11th for GTA delivery.

46 Blue Jays Way

Wahlburgers

Wahlburgers

You'll want to head to Wahlburgers this Easter for a Hippity Hoppity Frappe that's as seasonal as the Easter Bunny himself. A milkshake made from cookies and cream and vanilla ice creams, chocolate eggs, mini marshmallows and a marshmallow bunny, this sweet sipper is festive, colourful and sure to make the kids go gaga. Still not convinced? Adults can spike their frappe with dark rum and butterscotch liqueur for a sophisticated upgrade.

130 Eglinton Ave E

The Social Blend

The Social Blend

For April, The Social Blend is offering a medley of vibrant, seasonal buttercream-filled macarons and dacquoises. Create your perfect box, combining honey lavender, marshmallow Peep, carrot cake, and more, and have enough treats to share with your best buds.

653 Dupont St

Stubbe Chocolates

Stubbe Chocolates

You'll want an assortment of Stubbe's charming chocolate bunnies, bon bons and eggs gracing your Easter table. Still, for a centrepiece that catches everyone's eye, you'll want to add the team's first ever carrot cake to your order. Sweet, moist and generously spiced, it's topped with a fluffy, lemon-scented cream cheese mousse and finished with green glaze, white chocolate, and marzipan carrots. Proficient in their chocolate expertise, it seems the Stubbe team is just as skilled when it comes to baking.

552 Parliament St

Staij and Co

Staij and Co

Available until April 24th, Staij and Co., has a pretty pastel menu of smash eggs, cupcakes, cakes, bunny bait, and sugar cookies on offer. Pre-order online for pick-up or delivery, and ensure you satisfy every egg- and bunny-themed craving there is.

443 King St W

SOMA Chocolatemaker

SOMA Chocolatemaker

A different sort of woodland creature has captured our attention this Easter, thanks to his chocolate fur, cacao nib and coconut quills, and concealed raspberry hazelnut chocolate ladybug truffles. Boasting an impressive pedigree, Quill the chocolate Hedgehog joins a fluffle of bunnies — in plain chocolate, strawberries and cream, lemon meringue pie, and more — on Soma's ever-creative Easter menu.

717 Queen St W

Nugateau Patisserie

Nugateau Patisserie

The gift of Nugateau's gorgeous eclairs always elicits squeals of delight. For Easter, the team has created a collection featuring stunning springlike designs, in flavours including vanilla, caramelia, chocolate cream with passion fruit, and chocolate orange.

1099 Yonge St

Nadege

Nadege

Nadège's Easter Collection is as praiseworthy as ever, featuring an array of creatively decorated chocolates, smash eggs, cakes, and even a bunny-shaped croissant filled with strawberry jelly and lime custard. Available in two sizes, the shop's Hidden Garden Cake combines lime mousse, berry compote, lemon confit, sponge cake and vanilla whipped ganache into an edible version of spring itself.

Mellis Chocolate

Mellis Chocolate

As cute a carrot as we've ever seen, Mellis Chocolates' Caroline the Carrot is made of 46% Valrhona chocolate with a hazelnut butterfinger layer. Inside, you'll discover tiny, speculoos-filled carrots, fruit caramels, almond puffed rice clusters and a strawberry bunny. If, that is, you can go through with bringing about Caroline's demise.

1912 Danforth Ave

Mary's Brigadeiro

Mary's Brigadeiro

Get your brigadeiro fill this Easter, with eggs from Mary's Brigadeiro bursting with the filling flavours of your dreams. Choose from classic brigadeiro, lemon cheesecake, salted caramel crunch with caramelized popcorn, and more. Delivered in vibrant furoshiki gift wrap, each egg makes a perfect gift, for yourself or others.

1162 Queen St W

The Grand Order of Divine Sweets

The Grand Order of Divine Sweets

Certainly not for everyone, the Grand Order of Divine Sweets' Zombunny Cake is sure to appeal to those with a quirky side and strong cravings for vanilla or chocolate cake. Also on offer, is a dreamy assortment of fandom eggs in designs inspired by everything from superheroes and baby Yoda to Harry Potter, and more.

920 Queen St E

Ed's Real Scoop

Ed's Real Scoop

Just in time for Easter weekend, the team at Ed's Real Scoop has batches of Easter Swirl Bark available to take home. Made of white and milk Belgian chocolate, generously sprinkled with colourful, chocolate eggs, its the perfect topper to a pint of your favourite ice cream.

David H. Chow

David H. Chow

As avant-garde as ever, David H. Chow has created a magnificent selection of chocolates sure to wow this Easter. Find honey peanut candy eggs, PB&J toast presented in chocolate form, and honey bee hive eggs filled with milk- and dark-chocolate-covered sponge toffee and white chocolate crunchy pearls. Available at select stockists around town, including Kiss My Pans and Alimentari, you'll want to shop early to avoid missing out.

483 Church St

Craig's Cookies - Church

Craig's Cookies - Church

If you've never seen an entire Cadbury Creme Egg enrobed in chocolate chip cookie dough, you'll want to head to Craig's Cookies to get your Easter celebration started. Pick up a half-dozen along with the shop's Easter Mix. With seasonal cookies in Mini Egg, carrot cake, Toblerone, toffee, Kinder Surprise and pride flavours, each mix promises the type of sugar high Easter calls for.

824 St Clair Ave W

Chocolat De Kat

Chocolat De Kat

Each Easter Bundle from Chocolat de Kat includes a selection of Easter-flavoured bon bons, solid galaxy bunnies, and a carton of hollow chocolate eggs. Still, those who prefer to pick and mix their favourite flavours can still customize a box. Or, simply order one of each.

1121 Queen St E

Bobbette & Belle

Bobbette & Belle

The team at Bobbette and Belle has never made a treat that was anything short of exquisite. For Easter, you can choose to decorate your table with iced cookies, pastel-hued Easter cupcakes, themed meringues, or, the pièce de resistance, an Easter Garden Cake decorated with hand-piped flowers, chocolate nests and eggs. Choose the flavour you prefer, and dig in. Yes, it's too pretty to eat, but not eating it would be a shame.

715 Queen St W

Bloomer's - Queen West

Bloomer's - Queen West

Each Easter donut box from Bloomer's includes seasonal faves, from Boston cream egg to blueberry lemon, presented in vegan donut form. Still, if all you want is a box brimming with carrot cake donuts, oozing with cream cheese filling and topped with carrot cake crumbs, we wouldn't blame you.

176 Hampton Ave

Avoca Chocolates

Avoca Chocolates

With three shops and online ordering available, it's easy to get your hands on Avoca chocolates' fair-trade, Belgian chocolate goodies. For Easter, the team has everything from pandemic-apropo masked chocolate bunnies to egg hot chocolate bombs, and smash eggs filled with handfuls of colourful jellybeans.

The Best Easter Treats in Toronto

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The Best Easter Treats in Toronto

Christine Peddie

Christine Peddie

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Easter is fast approaching but there's still time to load up on the best Easter Treats in Toronto. Sure, the Easter Bunny has the foil-wrapped chocolate egg market covered, but if you're hoping to hop into Easter with something unique, Toronto's best bakeries, chocolatiers, even mixologists, have you covered. Choose from elaborate chocolate creations, baked goods that push the boundaries, Easter-themed tipples, and everything in-between and surprise your crew with a fresh set of spring-themed treats this year. With the best Easter treats in Toronto, you'll delight, amaze, tantalize and, sweetest of all, best the Easter Bunny at his own game.

Bar From Afar

Bar From Afar

Prefer your Easter treats to come from a bar, not a basket? Bar From Afar has you covered with its new Easter Experience kit. Designed to see you through the day, from Easter egg hunt to dinner cocktails, each kit includes three seasonal sippers, ranging from a cold brew-based, salted caramel and chocolate rum cocktail to a vodka and amaretto citrus stunner. Order by April 11th for GTA delivery.

46 Blue Jays Way

Wahlburgers

Wahlburgers

You'll want to head to Wahlburgers this Easter for a Hippity Hoppity Frappe that's as seasonal as the Easter Bunny himself. A milkshake made from cookies and cream and vanilla ice creams, chocolate eggs, mini marshmallows and a marshmallow bunny, this sweet sipper is festive, colourful and sure to make the kids go gaga. Still not convinced? Adults can spike their frappe with dark rum and butterscotch liqueur for a sophisticated upgrade.

653 Dupont St

Stubbe Chocolates

Stubbe Chocolates

You'll want an assortment of Stubbe's charming chocolate bunnies, bon bons and eggs gracing your Easter table. Still, for a centrepiece that catches everyone's eye, you'll want to add the team's first ever carrot cake to your order. Sweet, moist and generously spiced, it's topped with a fluffy, lemon-scented cream cheese mousse and finished with green glaze, white chocolate, and marzipan carrots. Proficient in their chocolate expertise, it seems the Stubbe team is just as skilled when it comes to baking.

443 King St W

SOMA Chocolatemaker

SOMA Chocolatemaker

A different sort of woodland creature has captured our attention this Easter, thanks to his chocolate fur, cacao nib and coconut quills, and concealed raspberry hazelnut chocolate ladybug truffles. Boasting an impressive pedigree, Quill the chocolate Hedgehog joins a fluffle of bunnies — in plain chocolate, strawberries and cream, lemon meringue pie, and more — on Soma's ever-creative Easter menu.

1099 Yonge St

Nadege

Nadege

Nadège's Easter Collection is as praiseworthy as ever, featuring an array of creatively decorated chocolates, smash eggs, cakes, and even a bunny-shaped croissant filled with strawberry jelly and lime custard. Available in two sizes, the shop's Hidden Garden Cake combines lime mousse, berry compote, lemon confit, sponge cake and vanilla whipped ganache into an edible version of spring itself.

Mellis Chocolate

Mellis Chocolate

As cute a carrot as we've ever seen, Mellis Chocolates' Caroline the Carrot is made of 46% Valrhona chocolate with a hazelnut butterfinger layer. Inside, you'll discover tiny, speculoos-filled carrots, fruit caramels, almond puffed rice clusters and a strawberry bunny. If, that is, you can go through with bringing about Caroline's demise.

1912 Danforth Ave

Mary's Brigadeiro

Mary's Brigadeiro

Get your brigadeiro fill this Easter, with eggs from Mary's Brigadeiro bursting with the filling flavours of your dreams. Choose from classic brigadeiro, lemon cheesecake, salted caramel crunch with caramelized popcorn, and more. Delivered in vibrant furoshiki gift wrap, each egg makes a perfect gift, for yourself or others.

David H. Chow

David H. Chow

As avant-garde as ever, David H. Chow has created a magnificent selection of chocolates sure to wow this Easter. Find honey peanut candy eggs, PB&J toast presented in chocolate form, and honey bee hive eggs filled with milk- and dark-chocolate-covered sponge toffee and white chocolate crunchy pearls. Available at select stockists around town, including Kiss My Pans and Alimentari, you'll want to shop early to avoid missing out.

483 Church St

Craig's Cookies - Church

Craig's Cookies - Church

If you've never seen an entire Cadbury Creme Egg enrobed in chocolate chip cookie dough, you'll want to head to Craig's Cookies to get your Easter celebration started. Pick up a half-dozen along with the shop's Easter Mix. With seasonal cookies in Mini Egg, carrot cake, Toblerone, toffee, Kinder Surprise and pride flavours, each mix promises the type of sugar high Easter calls for.

1121 Queen St E

Bobbette & Belle

Bobbette & Belle

The team at Bobbette and Belle has never made a treat that was anything short of exquisite. For Easter, you can choose to decorate your table with iced cookies, pastel-hued Easter cupcakes, themed meringues, or, the pièce de resistance, an Easter Garden Cake decorated with hand-piped flowers, chocolate nests and eggs. Choose the flavour you prefer, and dig in. Yes, it's too pretty to eat, but not eating it would be a shame.