|Purebread Whistler Village storefront|
|Display of baked goods at Purebread Whistler Village|
|Purebread Scones (and other goodies behind)|
|Lavender Eary Grey Scone & Lemon Basil Blueberry Scone (with Apricot Vanilla Bean Scone in the back)|
The other scones were not bad either. I liked how they used fresh ginger and fresh apricots in their scones instead of the dried and sweetened versions. It's more juicy and moist~ But not all the flavours could be tasted in each bite (like the vanilla bean), which is why they weren't my favourite.
|Purebread Savoury Scones and Breads|
|Feta, Sundried Tomato, & Chive Scone and Cheddar Jalepeno Scone|
Of the two savoury scones we bought, our family agrees that the sundried tomato one is better. There is just slightly more going on, rather than just cheese between each layer (which is a really good aspect, might I mention!).
|Raspberry Cheesecake Brownie|
It was love at first bite with my lavender scone, so I took every opportunity to buy something from Purebread. For an afternoon snack one day I bought a square of brownie with a layer of cheesecake on top. Sounding decadent? It was the moistest, heaviest, and richest brownie I've ever eaten. It took me to chocoholic heaven. I was just slightly disappointed by the fact that the cheesecake and raspberry part of the brownie couldn't really be tasted. But that's probably due to the how chocolate-y and rich tasting the brownie itself is. They also have several other assortments of brownies, which I assume will taste just as delicious if the base recipe is the same. Chocolate-lovers or anyone who needs to curb a sugar craving needs to try this.
On my last morning in Whistler, I made sure to not only get myself some breakfast from Purebread but to bring some back home too. I made the Nutella brioche my breakfast and it was the most indulgent breakfast I've ever had. Purebread has a lot of brioche products, in tart shapes, cinnamon roll shapes, or bun shaped, so I hoped it would be good. My expectations were met (if not surpassed) by this nutella brioche. Fluffy brioche bread wrapped around crunchy roasted almonds all smothered in plenty of Nutella. It's been ages since I've had Nutella *gasp* and this sticky and messy-to-eat brioche breakfast was the perfect way to end that multi-year-long Nutella fast.
I have no complaints about Purebread, only endless praise and drool for their baked goods. Their prices are very reasonable, individual servings under $5 each, and the portions are huuuuuuuuge! Vegans will find good food here too! Prepare to make many difficult decisions in this Whistler-based bakery. But once you've pinpointed one (or multiple ones) that tickle your fancy, grab a drink from the other counter and enjoy them at one of their tables outside in the summer, or inside at a counter seat in the winter. Purebread is officially on my must-do-everytime-I-visit-Whistler list. There are still tons of items I want to try, so I will have to slowly accomplish that each time I go to Whistler. I dream about their scones until then. Purebread is, hands down, one of the best bakeries ever.
Their new location in the Whistler Village is very convenient for most people. The original location is at Function Junction a bit before Whistler on the Sea-to-Sky highway if traveling north. Purebread is also at select Vancouver farmer's markets, making it slightly more accessible for Vancouverites. I highly recommend everyone to give their products a try, you'll have no regrets (except for the fact you will have to spend more money to buy food....teehee!)
If the photos above aren't convincing enough, I shall end this post with a few more looks into the little bakery:
|Inside of Purebread|
|More drool-worthy baked goods|
|Loaves of Specialty Bread and Beverage Station|
Love from Coconut Crumpet's Corner ♡