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Check out the diverse flavours of Delta’s sweet spots!

From donuts, to Parisian pastries, to the fruity flavours of a creamy lassi, Delta’s got sweet treats and more. Whether you’re doing a dessert run with the kids, or date night with one plate and two forks, Delta’s got the sweet spots that are sure to satisfy!

The Sweet Treat Trail

1. North Delta

If you’re looking for diversity on your treat trail, North Delta is the place to be. Happy Singh Street Eats is well-known for their extensive menu of shakes, lassis, floats and sodas with flavours that range from tamarand peach and blackberry honey lassis, to creamy shakes blended with your favourite chocolate bars. 

The sweet shop at Jagga Sweets is as tantalizing to the eye as it is to the tastebuds. Tray upon tray of colourful, freshly made Indian sweets stretch the length of the store with favourites selling out early in the day.  

North Delta’s Krispy Kreme Doughnut location is the only one in BC, making it a favourite destination for those addicted to their fried in-house, doughnutty goodness. 

Those on the cold and creamy side of the dessert debate can have it their way at Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt. With dozens of flavours and toppings to choose from, making your treat is half the fun! 

If you like your dessert with a little ambiance, a late night date with a slice of chocolate lava cake or key lime pie at the Cactus Club Cafe on Scott Road may be just what you’re looking for – along with two forks!

2. Tsawwassen

The Chocolate Bear Shoppe has been serving up decadent chocolates for more than 30 years. It’s also where you’ll find gummies, salt water taffy, jelly beans, liquorice, and other delights that will have the little ones tugging at your sleeves. 

On a hot, summer day locals line up for the cones, sundaes and shakes at the local Dairy Queen. And at any time of year you’ll find them at L’aromas Bakehouse, on the hunt for pain au chocolat, fruit danishes or a sweet roll for their morning coffee, or across the road at Tim Hortens with a box of Timbits in one hand, and the aforementioned coffee in the other. 

When you’ve got a range of tastes to satisfy, the White Spot is a tried and true solution, with a dessert menu that includes shakes, cheesecake, sundaes and pies. And date night at Brown’s Social House is sure to involve a warm, double chocolate brownie or the Oreo cheesecake-in-a-jar.

3. Ladner

Locals in the know arrive early at Gourmand Macaron in Ladner to grab a selection of their favourite baked goods. Their colourful, delicate macarons supply locations across Vancouver and they also sells other classics such as pain au chocolate, tarts, and flakey croissants in a range of flavours. 

Ladner has no shortage of long-time bakeries, and is home to both Delta Bakery and Richlea Bakery. The apple strudel and cupcakes are a favourite at Delta, while Richlea is known for its cakes, squares, and gluten-free options.

And if you’re looking for handmade chocolates, the confections at Ladner Artisan Chocolates are sure to please, from their signature handpainted truffles, which make an impressive gift, to classic truffle flavours like lemon, salted caramel, and strawberry balsamic.

4. For a real treat, book a candy-making class

Wishing Treats makes vegan, organic candies in a range of designs and colours that will delight your senses. You can book a candy-making class with your friends at the Wishing Treats studio in North Delta near Burns Bog and learn how to design, build and make your own incredible treats from scratch!  

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