Warm, Sweet And Ready To Eat: Brisbane’s Best Winter Dessert

Feeling bummed out about the grey skies and chilly weather? Well then it’s time to treat yourself to some of Brisbane’s finest winter desserts. All that warm pastry, soft meringue and rich, melty chocolate is sure to turn your frown upside-down – so here’s where to get it!

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Image credit: Four & Choclate Facebook

Flour & Chocolate Patisserie

Morningside

Not everywhere manages to snag the title of number-one spot for desserts in Brisbane, so Flour & Chocolate must be doing something right. Actually, they do a lot of things right – everything on their menu is divine. But when it’s cold outside, our particular favourite would have to be the bread and butter putting. It uses croissants instead of bread (extra butter never hurt anyone, right?), and they’re all soaked in a smooth egg custard for rich, silky perfection.

“BEST BAKERY… EVER!!!! F&C is my go-to for a fat donut or the best bread ever. I can’t fault these guys at all.” – maddi12345

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Image credit: Miss Claudes Facebook

Miss Claudes Crepes & French Cafe

New Farm

A proper French-style cafe with a serious talent for crepes, Miss Claudes is one of a kind. They do a wide range of breakfast and dessert crepes here, and we’d highly suggest treating yourself to the “Moulin Rouge”. That’s two fresh crepes topped with Nutella, strawberries, banana, Nutella drizzle (you can never have too much Nutella), and served with vanilla ice cream and/or crème Chantilly.

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Image credit: La Casamia Facebook

La Casamia

Paddington

As one of Brisbane’s pudding paradises, we could hardly leave La Casamia off this list. It’s a bright, contemporary venue where desserts are an art form, and you’re guaranteed something delicious, no matter what you order. The Baked Alaska is especially good – and it’s so appropriate for winter. The exquisite mass of ice cream and meringue is served in flames, so you can warm up before you dig in!

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Image credit: Passion Tree Facebook

Passion Tree

Brisbane

Passion Tree is a hugely popular dessert bar in the centre of Brisbane, and it’s certainly earned the adoration it receives. From the vibrant macarons to the wildly creative pancake stacks, everything here is designed to delight. Try the Campfire S’mores hot chocolate, and you’ll soon see what we mean. Loaded with crushed Oreos and toasted marshmallows, there’s a reason it’s described as “epic”.

“Great place to hang out with friends over coffee or dessert. Since opening they’ve added a range of new dessert and drinks. One of the latest being a stack of pancakes with matcha ice cream, matcha sauce and some mocchi and azuki beans. It’s SO GOOD! Their service is fast and the atmosphere is just casual and fun.” – Kristy W

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Image credit: Veganyuumm Facebook

Veganyumm Dessert Bar

Everton Park

Thought fruit was the only vegan dessert? Well, you’d better think again. There are heaps of sweet treats that are both tasty and vegan – and you can find all them at Veganyumm. As Brisbane’s very first all-vegan bakery, their goodies are both healthy and planet-friendly – so you can feel good about eating them, no matter how many you scoff down. There’s plenty to choose from on the menu, but if you’re not sure where to start, go for the Cinnayums with choccy sprinkles. They’re cin-sational!

“This shop reminds us of the TV show with the two girls who own a cupcake shop. We had a brownie. Woot. If this is vegan, I could be converted. It was too rich for both of to get through but yummy.” – The healers

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