Where to Find Seasonal Easter Treats


Hurry, these treats are available just for Easter!

1. Heavenly Breads.

Beaucoup Bakery

Hot Cross Buns

Find the city’s best:
Beaucoup Bakery. 2150 Fir Street.
Bel Cafe. Rosewood Hotel Georgia-801 W Georgia St.
Terra Breads. Various locations.
Thomas Haas. 2539 W Broadway & North Vancouver.
Purebread Bakery. 159 W Hastings Street & Whistler.


Thomas Haas

Stollen: Thomas Haas’ legendary stollen is also available at Easter. The Easter stollen is made with almonds, Sicilian pistachios and kirsch soaked organic cherries finished with tiny chocolate eggs.

Thomas Haas. 2539 W Broadway and North Vancouver. See website for details.

2. Chocolate

For Vancouver’s famed chocolatiers, Easter is the time of year to unveil their fabulous creations.

Chez Christophe

Having a dinner party? Delight your guests and decorate each place setting with  chocolate art that guests can take home.

Beta 5

Can’t afford a famed million dollar Fabergé egg? Designer chocolate eggs are the perfect indulgent alternative.

Thomas Haas

For the very best of Vancouver’s Easter chocolate creations visit:

Thomas Haas Chocolates. 2539 W Broadway and North Vancouver.
Chez Christophe Chocolaterie Patisserie. 4717 Hastings St.
Beta 5 Chocolates. 413 Industrial Street & Cambie Street Pop-Up-3345 Cambie St.
Thierry Chocolates. 1059 Alberni St

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3. Cream Puffs.

Move over macarons, Cream Puffs and Eclairs are the new “it dessert”. Much like the famed macaron, cream puffs and eclairs have exploded onto the scene elaborately decorated and with unique flavour combinations.

Beta 5


Beta 5 Chocolates showcases two special cream puff creations for Easter. The Lemon and Yogurt Cloud – lemon curd, yogurt pannacotta, baked meringue cloud and Peanut Butter Cup – dark chocolate cremeux, peanut butter mousse, peanut butter egg. (Pictured above.)

Chez Christophe

Chez Christophe debuts the Easter Bunny Cream Puff filled with grapefruit curd and lychee confit along with their Eclair creation of carrot cake filled with cream cheese  cardamom ganache and hazelnuts.

Beta 5 Chocolates. 413 Industrial Street & Cambie Street Pop-Up-3345 Cambie St.
Chez Christophe Chocolaterie Patisserie. 4717 Hastings St.

4. Easter Cookies

Terra Breads

Terra Breads. Various locations.

Butter Baked Goods

Butter Baked Goods. 4907 MacKenzie St.


5. Easter Ham
Granville Island Market’s famed Oyama Sausage Co., known for the longest line-ups in the market brings in their special Swedish hams for Easter.

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Oyama Sausage Co. Swedish Ham

The hams come from local BC farms. What makes them “Swedish” is the style in which they are prepared, which is mildly salted, unsmoked and cured.  The fat and skin are left on, but the bone is removed.  Available in full and half size. Avoid bitter disappointment and pre-order your ham today.

Oyama Sausage Co. on Granville Island. 1689 Johnston Street.