Desserts are what we do best! And we’ve got LOTS to choose from!
Top Shelf – $6.24 plus HST
Cavalier Noir – Layers of rich dark chocolate mousse, chocolate sponge cake, and a crispy creamy hazelnut praline royale center. It’s our number one seller, and for good reason!
Caramel Douceur – Almond dacquoise and feuilletine royale with milk chocolate caramel mousse.
Fraisière – Pistachio mousseline and almond dacquoise with a tart & sweet strawberry rhubarb compote.
Trois Chocolats – A creamy trifecta of equal layers of dark, milk and white chocolate mousse on flourless chocolate fudge, it’s another crowd favorite for sure and is gluten-friendly as well!
Choco-Nutter – Our sinful bittersweet chocolate mousse gets amped up with creamy peanut butter and contains a layer of rich chocolate fudge in the center with a base of chocolate sponge cake. It’s sinful, rich and awesome!
Coco-Rêve – Our very first vegan dessert features coconut mousse, cherry compote and chocolate sponge cake.
24 Karat – Carrot cake with a ginger Bavarian mousse and topped with nut crumble.
The Classics – $5.65 plus HST
Lemon tart – Tart and sweet lemon curd made with fresh squeezed lemons, set into sweet pate sucree tart shells.
Fresh Fruit Tart – Smooth vanilla pastry cream in a sweet tart shell with mounds of fresh seasonal fruit
Vanilla Bean Mille Feuille – Layers of house made caramelized puff pastry and vanilla bean mousseline with a top layer of sweet fondant icing glaze.
Cashew Caramel Cheesecake – Vanilla bean cheesecake topped with creamy caramel sauce and toasted salted cashews.
Cherry Cheesecake – Vanilla bean cheesecake topped with cherry compote.
IS IT A MACARON OR A MACAROON?
Parisian macarons are a sandwich cookie that is made from a base of egg whites, sugar, and ground almonds, and can be filled with a dizzying array of flavored ganaches, buttercreams and jams. Their name is derived from the Italian words macarone, maccarone, or maccherone, for the meringue. Macaroons are often mistaken for macarons, as the word “Macaron” is French for “Macaroon”, one is made with coconut instead of almonds, and there is a different, more complex method to making these specific cookies, so many have adopted the french pronunciation to distinguish between the two!
Every month we change up our macaron showcase to take advantage of seasonal changing flavors and colors or what inspires us!
OCTOBER MACARON FLAVORS
- Salted Caramel
- Red Velvet
- Pumpkin Spice
- Buttered Popcorn