12 Spots In Vancouver Where You Can Get Last-Minute Holiday Treats
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One of the best parts of the holiday season is all the yummy treats. It is time to indulge in gingerbread, yule logs, and sugar cookies. As these sweets are only available once a year, you'll want to rush to try them before they are gone. To help you enjoy tasty bites, we've gathered up where you can get the best holiday desserts in Vancouver.
Right now, you are probably going to plenty of holiday parties, but you don't want to show up empty-handed.
Instead, you can pick up a box cookies or a cake to thank your host. Trust us, they don't need another bottle of wine they're not going to drink.
While you are at it, it would be a good idea to pick up another box to share with your work colleagues too.
Many of Vancouver's bakeries have a lineup of that look as good as they taste. This year you'll be able to try , candy cane cinnamon buns, and even a Rudolph cake.
Plus, there are also plenty of classic for sale too. Artisan pastries and chocolate maker Thomas Haas told Narcity in an email that they will have "his famed Stollen, a delectable traditional German Christmas bread" that's a must-try if you love bready treats.
Here are 12 spots in the city where you can get super adorable holiday treats that taste as good as they look:
Address: 2150 Fir St., Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: Make your way to Beaucoup before Christmas to get your hands on one of their treats like their Eggnog Morning Cream bun.
Address: Vancouver Christmas Market, 1055 Canada Place
Why You Need To Go: They will be selling all sorts of festive flavours with adorable designs. Currently, their holiday macarons include gingerbread, candy cane, rum and eggnog, and cranberry white chocolate.
Address: Mon Paris, 4396 Beresford St., Burnaby, BC
Why You Need To Go: They are selling an eye-catching Christmas log that has mini decorative mushrooms on top and is filled with a current red jelly.
Candy Cane Cinnamon Buns
Address: Grounds Coffee, Multiple locations, BC
Why You Need To Go: These chocolate iced cinnamon buns topped with crushed candy cane pieces would be a delightful treat this month.
Chocolate Rudolph's Head
Address: Beta5 Chocolates, 409 Industrial Ave., Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: This incredible dark chocolate treat with a shiny red nose would be the perfect gift to give your friend this Christmas.
Santa Totoro Cookie
Address: Liberty Bakery & Cafe, 3699 Main St., Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: You can warm up this winter over a hot drink and one of their festive gingerbread cookies and the Totoro is wearing a tiny Santa hat.
Christmas Tree Soft Serve
Address: Matcha Cafe Maiko, 199-8279 Saba Rd., Richmond, BC
Why You Need To Go: For a limited time they will be selling ice cream cones that look like mini Christmas trees.
Christmas Chimney Cakes
Address: 221 Abbott St., Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: You can satisfy your sugar craving with a coconut cone filled with chocolate soft-serve.
Address: Chez Christophe, 4717 Hastings St., Burnaby, BC
Why You Need To Go: You can get a handcrafted chocolate Santa eating a Christmas cookie that would make a great present.
Christmas Stollen and Ornaments
Address: Thomas Haas, Multiple locations in Vancouver
Why You Need To Go: Right now, they have an impressive lineup of sweets including a classic German Christmas bread and chocolate ornaments.
Cookie Gift Box
Address: Oh Sweet Day, 1706 E. 1st Ave., Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: Inside the gift box, you'll get 32 freshly made cookies.
Address: Cupcakes, Multiple locations, BC
Why You Need To Go: You can order a Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer cake to share with your family over the holidays.