Looking for a way to spoil your guests at the end of their meal? Here’s a few of our favourite sweet treats in Vancouver…
Petite Puf Cotton Candy
Who doesn’t love cotton candy? Petite Puff’s otton candy is made using only organic cane sugar, all natural flavours and colours, and a few unexpected ingredients. With a wide range of flavours like chai, strawberry lemonade, mango chili and cinnamon hearts, these little pufs of happiness are so much better than the stuff your guests will remember from when they were kids.
Nothing, and I mean NOTHING tastes better alongside a hot cup of coffee or tea at the end of a meal than the lovely Erin Ireland’s To Die For Banana Bread or Lemon Loaf. Using organic ingredients and free range eggs, these little bundles of goodness are always made by hand in small batches. My favourite is the “LL” – the touch of glaze and toasted coconut gets me every time.
Custom Cookies by The Whisk
Almost too pretty to eat, these gorgeous custom designed sugar cookies are a work of art. Whether you want a monogrammed design or something a little more intricate, Julie works closely with her clients to develop stunning designs that are sure to impress your guests. These also make great favours for your guests to indulge in as well.
On a hot summer evening in Vancouver, nothing will cool your guests down quite like a Johnny Pop. These handmade artisan popsicles feature fruit and ingredients that are locally sourced and handcrafted right in Vancouver and will make your guests feel like a kid again.
Sweet Bake Shop‘s Macarons
Every time I see one of these whimsical little treats while scrolling through our Instagram feed, I can’t help but stop and stare. With unique flavours like watermelon, root beer float, caramel latte and vanilla pear, the macarons (and many other delightful desserts) that you’ll find at Sweet Bake Shop are like no other in the city. Stop by their cute little shop in Yaletown and prepare to fall in love.