Find The Coolest Easter Chocolates At These Shops In The GTA

Find the coolest Easter treats for kids and support these local shops and bakeries this Easter! These are not your everyday chocolates... From smash eggs to the cutest chocolate bunnies and more, these gourmet treats will satisfy any sweet tooth.

Nadège Patisserie, Toronto

Nadège Patisserie Easter

Nadège Patisserie with locations in Yorkdale Mall, Queen West & Rosedale has the most adorable Easter collection. Made with the finest quality chocolate ingredients from around the world, these Easter treats are guaranteed to bring smiles this Easter season.

Pictured: Superhero Chocolate Bunnies ($20), Chocolate Unicorn ($39.50), Family of Chickens ($89) and Harry Potter Bunny ($20). 

View their Easter collection here.

Stubbe Chocolates & Pastry, Toronto

Stubbe Chocolates & Pastry Toronto

Stubbe Chocolates & Pastry, located at Dupont Street and Christie Street, in Toronto's west Annex is led by Chef Daniel Stubbe. The boutique shop specializes in high-quality, artisanally crafted truffles, chocolates bars, custom chocolate designs, and pastries. 

Pictured: Baby Chick ($7.50), Floppy Ear Bunny ($15.75 - $29.50), Easter Chocolate Box ($62.75) and Chick House ($52.00).

View their Easter collection here.

Walker's Chocolates, Burlington

Walker's Chocolates Easter

Walker's Chocolates has been creating hand-crafted premium chocolate since 1983. They serve the Hamilton, Burlington and Oakville areas. Their Easter Shop is now open.

Pictured: Smash Egg ($39.95), Large Peter Rabbit ($24.95) - Small ($15.95), Packaged Bunny Ears ($9.95) and Butter Cream Egg ($6.95).

View their Easter collection here.

Soma Chocolate, Toronto

Soma Chocolate, Toronto

Soma Chocolate opened in 2003 and now has 3 locations in Toronto: Distillery District, King Street West, and their Cacao Bean Lab on Brock Street. The idea of creating a small, funky chocolate factory was born in the minds of David Castellan and Cynthia Leung. Their concept is finding new ways to create and enjoy chocolate.

Pictured: Cutest Bunny Ever - Dark Chocolate with spots ($16.00), Easter POD - Sour Cherry ($40.00), Runaway Bunnies ($4.50) and Bootylicious Bunny Milk Chocolate ($14.00).

View their Easter collection here.

DesBarres Chocolate, Uxbridge

DesBarres Chocolate, Uxbridge

This shop in Uxbridge manufactures single origin, direct trade, bean to bar chocolate, which contains only pure cacao beans and organic cane sugar.

Their famous Two-bite Bunnies are coming soon. The marshmallow bunny has returned and they’ve added a trail mix bunny filled with yummy dried fruit, seeds with honey; a 9-5 bunny with coffee ganache with Ontario dried cherries; and a Montgomeryshire sea buckthorn bunny with coconut caramel.

Visit their website for more info here.

The Chocolate Messenger, Toronto

The Chocolate Messenger, Toronto

The Chocolate Messenger is the go-to source of gourmet treats for all of life’s sweet occasions. Chocolates are freshly made on the premises in the old Swiss tradition of chocolate-making. Only the finest ingredients are blended together, without the use of chemicals or preservatives. They are also selling the popular Smash Easter Eggs.

Pictured: Easter Box ($18.95).

View their Easter collection here.

Old Firehall Confectionery, Unionville (Markham)

Old Firehall Confectionery Easter

Opened in June 2009, the Old Firehall Confectionery is situated in the historic Firehall building on the quaint Main Street in Unionville, Ontario. Their Easter collection also includes Macarons, Easter Gift Baskets, Cookies and Egg Kits.

Pictured: Belgian Chocolate Bunny ($19.99) and Belgian Chocolate Smash Eggs ($19.99).

View their Easter collection here.

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