Miami's Best Easter Treats 2019
| April 17, 2019 | 8:30am
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Easter would not be complete without pastel-colored confections and creamy chocolate eggs, and this year, Miami's purveyors of sweets are going over the top.
Find your springtime favorites or start a new tradition with one of these Easter-themed treats. From cookie-dough morsels stuffed with Cadbury eggs to gem-colored, bunny-shaped cookies, these goodies are eggs-actly what you need this Easter week.
Easter cakes at Bunnie Cakes
2322 NE Second Ave., Miami
Hop on over to Wynwood's favorite vegan bakeshop for a slew of Easter treats, from gem-colored rabbit cookies ($12) to elaborate cake pops ($15). Themed cakes and cupcakes are also available for purchase in-store and online.
Courtesy of Garcia Nevett
Garcia Nevett Chocolatier de Miami
7312 Red Rd., Miami
This Easter, skip the outdated drug store candy and opt for Garcia Nevett's elevated chocolate confections. Choose from an assortment of handmade chocolate rabbits or nonpareil-filled eggs. Prices range from $6 to $150.
The cookie cup company has fused two guilty pleasures into one, perfect rotund dessert. Imagine your favorite Easter chocolate buried within a soft cookie bite. Choose from a collection of combinations like funfetti dough filled with a Cadbury caramel egg or a chocolate cookie stuffed with a Reese's peanut butter treat. Grab your Easter six-pack online for $29.99.
Courtesy of Pretty Sweet Bakeshop
Mini doughnuts dressed with marshmallow bunny ears, and bird's-nest arrangements made of toasted coconut and jelly beans can be found on Pretty Sweet's Easter menu ($1.25 each). The shop will be closed Easter Sunday, so plan accordingly.
Courtesy of OMG Brigadeiros
Grab a gift box of these confections in flavors like pistachio, coconut, key lime, and rainbow. A gift box of eight costs $16.80, a dozen costs $24.20, and a box of 16 brigadeiros costs $32.10. A giant Easter brigadeiro egg, filled with chocolate truffle, costs $18.
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