Devilish dessert preparations are in full swing at Kafka’s. Pastry chef Adi Kesslemen is up to her sweet tricks, conjuring up tantalizing treats that will leave you spellbound. Satisfy wicked cravings this Halloween with otherworldly chocolate cupcakes filled with salted caramel and smothered in sinful Swiss meringue buttercream; charming sugar cookies disguised as bats, pumpkins, and ghosts; and alarmingly delicious Alfajores draped in dark chocolate cobwebs. Stake your claim on these spooky sweets before they disappear at any one of Kafka’s three locations (Main, Great Northern Way, and Gastown); they’re available October 25 through 31.

Kafka’s Halloween Treats

Spooky Chocolate Cupcakes, $4.25
Salted caramel centre, Swiss meringue buttercream frosting decorated in Halloween colours.

Halloween Sugar Cookies, $3.50
Classic sugar cookies shaped and dressed up as charming bats, pumpkins, and ghosts.

Spider Web Alfajores, $3
Dulce de leche sandwiched between two melt-in-your-mouth cookies adorned with dark chocolate webs.

About Kafka’s
Kafka’s Coffee opened its first location on Main Street in 2010, and has continued to grow and innovate ever since. An immense love for coffee led them to create thoughtfully designed and supportive spaces for the community to enjoy high-quality, carefully prepared coffee. Kafka’s currently has three locations, each with its own unique neighbourhood vibe: the original Mount Pleasant cafe on Main Street, False Creek Flats on Great Northern Way, and Gastown on West Hastings. Executive chef Nitzan Cohen thoughtfully designs the menus for each cafe, incorporating pastry chef Adi Kessleman’s incredible baked goods and offerings from Lil Bird Sandwich Co. which started out as a modest takeout-window on Main Street Visit kafkascoffee.ca and @kafkascoffeetea on Instagram for more information.

Media release and image provided by Katharine Manson, Katharine Manson Communications.

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