You Can Get Adorable Pokemon Macarons Only For 2 Days At This Washington Pop-Up
You've gotta eat 'em all!
You might have watched it, tried to catch 'em all on the hot game, or even eaten inspired Pokemon food. But the latest among them are these adorable macarons, and you can bag them at the CrackleCreme pop-up in Bainbridge, Washington.
This sweet affair will see Vancouver B.C. based Tom Vu of CrackleCreme serve up these crafty treats on December 21 and 22 at Ba Sa, a Vietnamese restaurant on the island.
It's only a short, 30-minute ferry ride from Seattle, so you and your pals can have a jolly good time even as you get there.
While the macarons come in a burst of flavors like orange, jasmine, lavender, hazelnut, chocolate, oreo, pandan coconut crème brûlée, matcha, and key lime that'll pique your interest, it's how they look that'll steal your heart.
We've seen everything from Pikachu to Shooky, Jigglypuff, Bulbasaur, and Charmander fashioned into these bite-sized baked goodies!
There's something about good looking food that not only gets us excited but our cameras flashing too. So, why not pick some of these other cute creations?
You can get other animated characters on your macaron too. Hello Kitty, cute minions from Despicable Me, Pusheen cat, Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and even the poop emoji make an appearance amongst other popular cartoons.
The B.C.-based dessert spot is also known for its crème brulee that comes in cute mason jars. You can take them home for $5 a pop.
For those who like a little bit of punch to their confections, you can get yours spiked with Bailey’s Irish cream liqueur, bourbon, or Guinness.
These will also be available at the pop-up this weekend.
If you're looking for dreamy Instagrammable fare or you just want a one-of-a-kind holiday present for a friend that hearts food, you know where to go.
We've also compiledof how you can get to Bainbridge and the other islands. You're welcome.
When: Saturday, December 21 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Sunday, December 22 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Address: Ba Sa, 101 Winslow Way East, Bainbridge Island, WA
Why you should go: For Insta-worthy macarons shaped like Pokemon and other animated characters that you can otherwise only get in Canada.