Hippity Hoppity Easter’s on its way and we’re hopping with excitement for these delicious treats and events! Fill your Easter basket with the tastiest local treats around! Chocolate eggs, baked goods, delicious tea or for adults, add a bottle of Nova Scotia wine or Boxing Rock 14 Carrot brew.
Put a spring back in your step with this Springtime Box of gourmet local treats. Box is wrapped in cello with a perfect bow and includes: Sweet Spot Chocolate Shop hollow chocolate bunny and solid chocolate eggs, Noggins Corner Farm Market apple chips, and Gourmandises Avenue Choclaterie meringues. Available now until April 19th. Pickup in office only.
Sweet Spot Chocolate Shop
An Easter without chocolate would be like Valentine’s Day without… well chocolate! Make sure to include some of Sweet Spot Chocolate Shop’s delicious figurines or chocolate covered marshmallow eggs to your Easter basket!
Gourmandises Avenue Choclaterie
Gourmandises Avenue Chocolaterie has truly outdone themselves this Easter! They’ve created chocolate figurines and beautifully decorated eggs that are perfect to include in a basket or hide around the house. Check out their social media to see the 3ft chocolate bunny they made!
The Old Apothecary
Looking for options other than chocolate eggs and figurines? Baked goods are a fantastic Easter treat too. The Old Apothecary has whipped up mini egg cookies, full size chocolate egg tarts with dark chocolate salted ganache, as well as their usual assortment of yummy treats!
Just Us! Coffee
Not a big chocolate bunny person, but want to get on this sweet action? Just Us! has got you covered with their wonderful hot chocolate flavors, including: Malted Milk Hot Chocolate, Peppermint Hot Chocolate, and Spicy Mexican Hot Chocolate.
Easter is not just a time for the kids! If you’re filling an Easter basket for adults, make sure you include some Nova Scotia wine. We suggest L’Acadie Vineyards, Avondale Sky, Benjamin Bridge, Luckett Vineyards, Planters Ridge Winery, Blomidon Estate Winery, Grand Pre Wines, Gaspereau Vineyards, St. Famille Wines, Lightfoot & Wolfville, Lunenburg County Winery, Petite Riviere Vineyards or Jost Vineyards.
The Tea Brewery
Include some tea or tea accessories from The Tea Brewery in your Easter basket. It’s the perfect treat to warm up with.
Boxing Rock Brewing Company
We are taking a page out of the Easter Bunny’s playbook with this one. Sip on and enjoy Boxing Rock’s 14 Carrot Gold pale ale. It may not count towards your daily vegetable intake, but 1,100 pounds of carrots were used to create this delicious brew! Hurry before the Easter Bunny scoops every case up.
The Flying Apron Inn & Cookery
What good is a holiday if you don’t need to wear stretchy pants for a few days afterwards? The Flying Apron’s brunch buffet will certainly keep you coming back for more with everything from cinnamon raisin french toast with NS maple syrup to lamb and vegetable hash with feta. They even have assorted Easter squares and cookies. Maybe even turn their Easter brunch buffet into a getaway with their Easter room special!
Sugar Moon Farm
Come on up for some spring yumminess! Make a visit to Sugar Moon Farm to adventure on a hike through the woods, followed by a sugary, maple inspired brunch, and if your sweet tooth still is not satisfied have some sugar-on-snow and go on a sugar camp tour. They are open all Easter weekend from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Don’t feel like cooking an Easter dinner? Scanway Catering has got you covered with Easter special take home meals. From a mustard and maple glazed ham to cream cheese carrot cake, this meal will certainly not disappoint. Meals will be packaged in oven-friendly aluminum containers with heating directions included. Orders must be placed by April 18th at 12 p.m.
Inn on the Lake
Let Inn on the Lake do the cooking and cleaning when you reserve a table for their Easter special! Enjoy a roasted, golden beet salad, followed by your choice of entree, and a sharp lemon tart. Specialty brunch is also available.