Sweet Hart Kitchen is opening its first storefront in Toronto

Feb 28 2017, 12:56 am

Sweet Hart Kitchen specializes in delectable desserts, which – aside from being oh so Instagram-worthy – are also entirely plant-based (AKA 100% vegan).

Owner and dessert-maker Alexandra Courts has been in business since 2016 offering wholesale and custom orders, and participating in food festivals like the Toronto Veg Fest, Gluten-Free Garage, Vegan Food and Drink Festival, and The Toronto Baker’s Market.

Now partnering with fellow plant-based baker Julia Hart (just look at that last name… talk about kismet), Sweet Hart Kitchen is set to open its first-ever storefront.

Taking over the address of short-lived espresso bar The Strong One in Kensington Market, the new retail outlet is hoping to open in early April.


Sweet Hart Kitchen/Kickstarter

Once operational, Sweet Hart’s well-established range of plant-based, gluten-free, raw/no-bake treats will finally be available any time the craving strikes.

Look forward to bite-sized treats, cakes, squares, raw truffles, and heart-shaped ice cream sandwiches, as well as soon-to-be-introduced breakfast options like overnight oats, chia puddings, avocado mousses, and muffins, AND an expanded selection of savouries including galettes, mini loaves and sandwiches.


Sweet Hart Kitchen/Kickstarter

In advance of its opening, Sweet Hart Kitchen has kicked off a crowdfunding campaign in order to help with start-up costs and meet its growing demand.

Pledges from just $10 will be awarded a “snickers” bar or salted caramel pecan brownie, so not only is this an investment in a new local business, but future you will also benefit with baked goods.


Sweet Hart Kitchen

Sweet Hart Kitchen

Address: 68 Wales Avenue, Toronto
Instagram: @sweethartkitchen

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