COVID-19 can’t stop the Easter bunny from coming! Local bakeries and chocolate shops are pulling out all the stops for Easter with in-store pickup, curbside pickup and deliveries. We live in bakery and chocolate heaven here in Vancouver with some of the prettiest and tastiest goodies around.
Seven local spots to get Easter treats
Well this is something to get eggcited about! Easter Smash-Ables – break open a chocolate shell to find marshmallows and crispy chocolate and strawberry covered cereal pearls. Chez Christophe also has stunning signature eggs, chocolate lollipops and gift boxes.
4717 Hastings Street , Burnaby 604.428.4200
1558 Johnston Road, White Rock 604.385.4474
Always a local fave and widely available. If you’re looking for easter eggs that are a cut above, these are the ones! It’s too late for delivery but there is Curbside Pick Up is available at their Kingsway Factory Shop in Vancouver.
Artisanal, hand-made chocolates of the highest (and cutest) order. Easter offerings include eggs, bunnies, rabbits, chicks, gummies (gluten-free no less) and jelly beans.
2029 West 41st Avenue
Stunning, innovative and almost too dazzling to eat, check out Beta5’s collection of interglactic 80s-inspired chocolate creations and cream puffs this Easter.
413 Industrial Ave, Vancouver, (604) 669-3336
Hard to get prettier than these delightful, and oh so delicious, Easter cookies, macarons and cakes – make is easy on yourself and pick up an Easter cookie gift box or a mini-cake set. Curbside pickup and delivery available.
1433 W Pender Street, (604) 558-3308
For drop dead gorgeous Easter chocolates, you can’t beat West Vancouver’s Temper Bakery. Just look at those ‘worthy of an art gallery’ chocolate eggs! Order online for pick up or free delivery to locations on the North Shore.
2409 Marine Dr, West Vancouver, (604) 281-1152
For mouth-wateringly gorgeous cookies, cupcakes and all manner of yumminess, hit Butter Baked Goods for tea and treats this long weekend. By delivery only.
4907 Mackenzie Street, Vancouver, 604-221-4333
Harriet Fancott is the Editor and Social Media Manager for Vancouver Mom. She has over 20 years experience in the arts, tech and mom-based blogging arenas. She lives in East Vancouver with her husband and son where they enjoy exploring all that Vancouver has to offer from festivals and events to playgrounds and beaches to sushi and ice cream (although not together).