Great for any occasion
We use high quality ingredients such as Valrhona, Callebaut and Madagascar Bourbon vanilla. We avoid chemical additives. Our cupcakes are not all available daily, we offer them by rotation. Enjoy our carefully hand-baked cupcakes and vegan cupcakes, in flavours that will make your mouth water! Click the images to discover more.
No eggs, no dairy, equally delicious
If you are vegan, have certain allergies, food intolerance or other dietary restrictions, try our vegan cupcakes, carefully baked without egg or dairy products, equally delicious. Click on your favourite flavour to discover more.
In-store prepared delights
Sweeten your day with these classic treats! We prepare all our cookies, brownies and other treats early in the morning using the best ingredients, free of chemical additives. Click on the images below to find out more.
Straight from our kitchen
Our snacks are prepared on the premises, and we avoid the use of chemical additives. Our bagels don't contain eggs or dairy, making them a perfect choice for vegans or those with allergies or specific diets. They are 100% free of chemical additives, with 100% natural ingredients, and contain less than 3% fat. Enjoy for breakfast, lunch or at any time of the day! Click on the images below to read more.
Did you know?...
Here are some fun facts about Cupcakes.
• Cupcakes are over 200 years old, the earliest mention of cupcakes was in 1796. In the 1950's they were modernized and became what we know and enjoy today.
• In 2009 a 3-meter wide and 1,2-meter tall cupcake was baked. It weighed 555kg, and had 2 million calories. The smallest cupcakes are 1,5cm tall and 3cm wide.
• 13% of brides serve cupcakes at their wedding instead of traditional cake.
• In the 19th century "cupcake" defined cakes prepared using measurments of a tea cup. The original recipe was 1 cup butter, 2 cups sugar, 3 cups flour, and 4 eggs. They were also called "1-2-3-4 cakes"...
• Cupcakes? Muffins? Magdalenas? A cupcake is a sweet pastry covered by frosting and decorations, where the cake is flat, spongy and sweet. A muffin is a more compact pastry and has neither frosting nor decoration, thus less sweet. A magdalena is a type of cake that is less compact, made with oils and not decorated.
• The average cupcake has about 250 calories. You burn 250 calories by running, swimming or biking for 20 minutes, or hiking for an hour.
• Most popular cupcakes are chocolate, vanilla, carrot, oreo, caramel, and red velvet. Most unusual cupcake have flavours like bacon, beer, garlic, curry and french toast.
• The wedding cake has its origins in the tradition of breaking a large loaf of bread. After 150 years of using layered cakes, modern weddings use cakes made entirely with cupcakes.
• Paper liners were initially used only for baking, but in the 1930s decorative papers were introduced for serving, not just baking.
• The first carrot cake was created in the 1960s and 10 years later it became a popular dessert choice.
• In Canada the Red Velvet cake became very popular 70 years ago.
• "Let them eat cake" is wrongfully attributed to Marie Antoinette, the expression is much older.
• Variations of cake have been around for centuries. There was little distinction between bread and cake in Egyptian and Roman times.
Here are some fun facts about loaf, muffins, quiche, salads, sandwiches, and scones.
• Loaf cake, also known as a pound cake, back in the early 1700s was made with 1 pound each of sugar, eggs, and flour and butter.
• As of the 19th century American-style muffins are made without yeast, hence their nickname "quick bread".
• The word muffin derives from the old German word "muffen", meaning a small cake.
• The most popular sweet muffin varieties are with banana, chocolate chip or blueberry.
• The classic quiche originated in the French area of Lorraine while under German rule.
• The word quiche is derived from the German "kuchen" meaning cake.
• The largest quiche was made in 1997 in Paris and fed 125 people.
• Quiche became popular in North America in the 1950s.
• Salad comes from the Latin word "herba salta" (salted herbs) because the greens were seasoned with dressings containing lots of salt.
• Lettuce is a member of the sunflower family, and started out as a weed around the Mediterranean Sea.
• Leonardo da Vinci was the first artist to depict salad in his paintings (Leda, 1504).
• The famous medical practitioner Hippocrates started the practice of salad being served first, believing that raw vegetables went through the system easy, without obstructing any food that followed.
• The word sandwich is credited to John Montagu, the fourth Earl of Sandwich. Story has it that during a gambling event he asked a servant to put the meat from his meal between two slices of bread, so he can continue gambling with one hand.
• The longest sandwich was created in Italy in 2004, it measured 634 meters.
• Scones are believed to have originated from Scotland.
• The term "scones" has been first recorded in 1513.