Easter Treats Dublin Style

Forgive me as Dublin is not my specialist subject, but I was asked if I would compile a Dublin based blog post similar to my Sligo Easter treats. I did put a call out but didn’t get many responses so I’ve had a look around and here are some I found.

Flow creating Handmade Chocolate Bonbons. Available in selected stores and also online. All details here: https://www.flowchocolates.ie/

Skinny Batch Bakery. From treat and cupcake boxes, to afternoon tea and full custom-made Party Cakes, they can do it all. Located in Lusk, Co. Dublin and open 7 days a week. Find them online: https://skinnybatch.com/

Take the Cake. Order online or find them in selected shops, including Nolan’s of Clontarf, Nolan’s Coffee Shop, Londis Malahide, Goat in the Boat, Skerries, Spar Ashtown, and selected SuperValu Stores in Dublin https://takethecake.ie/

Le Patissier. Before you get excited, the Easter collection is sold out for delivery but you can buy them from their kitchen. B9 to B11 Base Enterprise centre, Mulhuddart, Dublin, D15 Y921 Next time I’m in Dublin I’m visiting. Find them here: https://lepatissier.ie/

The Rolling Donut. Choose from the Easter Chick – A classic sourdough donut filled with Nutella and topped with vanilla icing & sprinkles or Eggs in Basket – A classic sourdough donut topped with vanilla icing, Oreo crumb & Easter eggs. Order online: https://www.therollingdonut.ie/ or visit them on O’Connell Street Lower, South King Street, Bachelors Walk, Liffey Valley and Pavilions Shopping Centres.

Treat Yo’Self Dublin. Easter themed hot chocolate and treats. Find them at the Setanta GAA Club on the Ballymun Road or in Phibsboro, at the front of The Bernard Shaw. https://www.facebook.com/treatyoselfdub

Fallon & Byrne have a fantastic range of Easter Eggs in their Exchequer Street Food Hall. You can also shop online too, and if you don’t feel like cooking Easter Sunday Lunch they’ll cook it for you https://www.fallonandbyrne.com/shop/special-occasion/easter/

I’ve heard so many good things about The Bakery by The Cupcake Bloke, and although I couldn’t find an Easter cake on their pages I’m sure they are doing some anyway – and just look at the beautiful cake above. Find them at 461 South Circular Road, Rialto Dublin, Ireland DO8 DAE4 and check out their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/thebakerybythecupcakebloke

KC Peaches have some amazing looking treats. You can find them on Nassau Street, Dame Street and St. Stephen’s Green. Find out more here: https://www.kcpeaches.com/

Again not an Easter treat but this one is Vegan and Gluten Free. It’s from Token (which is an amazing place) – great food and over 40 arcade games and pinball machines. Find them in Queen Street, Dublin https://www.facebook.com/TokenDublin

Bakeology Argentinian Bakery have cakes inside an Easter Egg! They are on Meath Street in Dublin 8. Find them on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bakeology.treats/

Baked have an Easter Treat Platter, and a website full of delicious treats. Baked is a Dublin based artisan bakery with locations in Dundrum, Citywest, Greenhills and Rathmines. They also deliver. Find them here: https://www.bakedonline.ie/

Again not an Easter treat, but this is vegan ice cream! I had to give a mention to Cornucopia on Wicklow Street. They are a vegetarian and wholefood restaurant and their food is amazing.

So, that’s my round up of Easter treats in Dublin. Are there any I should have included? Let me know valrobus@gmail.com

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