Haven’t had a chance to think about Easter yet? No problem. You can still spoil your family and friends (or yourself!) with delivery treats from these businesses.
Hot cross buns, doughnuts and cruffins
Shortstop Coffee & Donuts
What could bring more Easter cheer than a Hot Cross Doughnut? These tasty treats are made from a spiced, yeast-raised dough, containing brandy-soaked dried fruits. Then they’re dipped in a honey glaze and finished with a cinnamon sugar stripe. Shortstop Coffee & Donuts offer a flat rate delivery via their website for $5, within a 20km radius of the city.
Earl Canteen will deliver eight fluffy Noisette hot cross buns to your door for $21. Earl is also delivering care packs stocked full of in-store favourites like grain and seed salad, granola, grass-fed beef and red pepper meatballs. They have other add-ons too, like delicious chocolate brownies and coffee beans. Order online by 2pm for next day delivery, within a 20km radius of the city.
Lune’s legendary Hot Cross Cruffins are coming back for four days of Easter this year. The cruffins are filled with sultanas, hot cross bun spice and custard infused with candied citrus peel. Call 0467 048 540 to order and pay for delivery over the phone. There’s a $50 minimum order and a $5 delivery fee. Available 8am to 3pm, or until sold out.
Hot cross buns are a must at Easter. Hot cross buns and an entire hamper of treats? That’s what we’d call 100% essential. Start traditional with house made hot cross buns from Sibling, then hop it up a bit with chai mix, yuzu ganache pistachio bundt cake, salted caramel truffles and more. Kinfolk’s Easter hamper can be delivered to your door, as can their entire range of grocery essentials.
Easter egg delivery
Kep Whitley has done it again! Her handpainted eggs are works of art and she is now offering delivery. The range includes vegan strawberry Easter eggs and dark chocolate eggs with crunchy coconut and Anzac crumb. She also has exquisite hand-moulded bunnies and chicks. If you’re having trouble deciding between all the delectable flavours, Kep also offers a convenient assorted six-pack.
Let Brunetti bring their Italian sophistication to you this Easter. There’s a range of eggs available for delivery from their website and they all come perfectly packaged for gifting. Check out the Superfood Egg, complete with dried blueberries, linseeds and pepitas. Or the white chocolate egg filled with freeze-dried strawberries. For the kids, there’s the Rocky Road Easter eggs or the Surprise Eggs filled with small chocolate characters.
Get the gorgeous range of Koko Black chocolates delivered to your door. There are cute moulded chocolate bunnies and all sorts of eggs in colourful foils. Other favourites include the Hot Cross Bites. Moreish morsels of cinnamon-spiced doughy deliciousness surrounded by chocolate. Or try chocolate lollypops and pretty little praline eggs. Right now, they’re offering free express delivery on all orders.
Haigh’s has been an Australian chocolate institution since 1915. Traditional treats include chocolate eggs in a variety of chocolate. Or the chocolate hens with little foil-covered eggs. Then there’s the bilby range, Haigh’s much-loved local alternative to Easter bunnies. There are even packs for kids which include a soft-toy and a chocolate egg. If you need your chocolate free from egg or gluten, they’ve got you covered with a helpful dietary requirement search bar. Delivery is a flat rate of $15 Australia-wide
Other delivery treats
Easter eggs not your thing? Here’s a selection of decadent treats to provide your sugar fix.
San Churro Docklands
San Churro in Docklands now delivers their chocolate fondue on Deliveroo. Available in milk or dark chocolate, they’ll send it with your choice of strawberries or banana for dipping.
Sweetie and Moustache Dessert Lounge
Sweetie and Moustache Dessert Lounge are famous for their layer crepe cakes, but now they’re delivering Easter treats too. Choose from the caramel and chocolate cake complete with golden Easter egg, or the Ferrero Rocher lava cake. They deliver via Uber Eats and Deliveroo.
Lukumades Carlton and West Melbourne will also deliver their doughnuts to your door via Uber Eats and Deliveroo. Now all that’s left to decide is whether you’ll go for the legendary Nutella loaded doughnuts or try one of the new flavours such as jaffa or matcha.
Please note that due to current circumstances, businesses may close or run out of stock at short notice. Check with individual stores for more information.