Holiday baked goods and gift boxes are now available at Sweet Thea Bakery. Last year’s pop-up shop at 4305 Main Street in Vancouver was a success; it’s now a permanent storefront, offering everything Thea’s ovens produce.

This holiday season, you can expect to find Thea’s famous Stollen, Plum Pudding (Christmas pudding), Lebkuchen, Kipferls vanilla, Honey Hearts, and a limited edition Premium Fruitcake (Christmas Cake) made with high-end sour cherries, soaked in brandy for 3 months, from Jobst-Hof Orchards in Oyama, BC. You can also expect to find cookies like Traditional Shortbread, Ginger Crinkle, Raspberry Jammers, and other baked goods.

In 2021, Sweet Thea Bakery is also offering three holiday gift boxes:

  • Holiday Cheer ($50) – 1 x 500g traditional Fruitcake, 1 bag Chocolate Lebkuchen cookies, package of 2 Gingerbread Men, and 1 regular loaf of Stollen
  • Holiday Joy ($75) – 1 x 500g traditional Fruitcake,  1 500g traditional Fruitcake with Marzipan Icing, 1 bag of Shortbread (8 pieces), 1 bag Chocolate Lebkuchen cookies, package of 2 Gingerbread Men, and 1 regular loaf of Stollen
  • Holiday Love ($100) – 1 x 1kg traditional Fruitcake, 1 bag Chocolate Lebkuchen cookies, 1 bag Honey Hearts cookies, 1 large loaf of Stollen, 1 bag of Raspberry Jammer cookies (6 pieces), 1 bag of Ginger Crinkle cookies (6 pieces)

Sweet Thea’s Main Street store is also the place to find a wide selection of gourmet favourites from quality vendors, including: Frostbites cordials & syrups, The Nut Merchant’s locally roasted nuts, Le Meadows Pantry’s locally handcrafted jams and marmalades, Maples Sugar Shack maple syrup and maple products, and Greendale Herb & Vine infused honeys.

For years, Sweet Thea was one of the most popular food vendors at Circle Craft, Make It Show, Vancouver Farmers’ Markets and other local markets and craft fairs.   However, beginning this year, the only place you can get Thea’s delicious baking is online at sweetthea.com or in one of her three stores: 4305 Main Street in Vancouver, 20540 Duncan Way in Langley, or inside the B.C. Ferries Terminal at Tsawwassen for Westbound ferry passengers.

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