Where to Get Stollen in Vancouver for the Holidays

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

It’s the tradition we didn’t know we wanted but about ten years later, a holiday season isn’t complete for John and I until we get some loaves of stollen. We usually pick up this cake-like fruit bread (stuffed with buttery marzipan) from Yew at the Four Seasons or the Christmas Market but since neither are around this year, here are a few places where you can get stollen in Vancouver:

Sweet Thea Stollen
Stollen from Sweet Thea

Where to Get Stollen in Vancouver

Sweet Thea Pop-Up
Where: Tsawwassen Quay Market, Main Street Pop-Up or Langley
How: Pickup or delivery
Price: $15-$25

Thomas Haas Chocolates
Where: Kitsilano, North Vancouver
How: Prepaid pickup or delivery
Price: $20-$30

Swiss Bakery
Where: 143 E 3rd Ave, Vancouver
How: Pickup or delivery
Price: Slice $4, 1lb $28, 2lb $38

Where: 769 Hornby St or 2156 W 41st Ave, Vancouver
How: Order online or stop by in store
Price: $16 small, $24 large

Lemonade Gluten Free Bakery
Where: 3385 Cambie Street, Vancouver
How: Pre-order online for pickup starting November 25th
Price: $15

Where: 1300 Robson St, Vancouver (online shop)
How: Order online, free shipping within BC
Price: $24.95

Bad Dog Bread
Where: 1600 Mackay Rd, North Vancouver
How: In store
Price: Not listed online

The Bench Bakehouse
Where: 1641 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
How: Order online
Price: Coming soon!

*Prices are those listed online at time of publishing and does not include taxes or delivery fees etc.

Do you know of more? Please tell me in the comments section and I’ll add it to the list.

Related: Christmas Activities in Vancouver: What’s Open, Cancelled for 2020

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  1. Ariane CThursday, November 19th, 2020 — 8:40am PST

    Would be great to post a tried-and-true stollen recipe for folks to make at home – I can see this being the season of homemade treats and elevated baking skills 🙂

  2. Rebecca Bollwitt, Miss604 Rebecca BollwittThursday, November 19th, 2020 — 8:56am PST

    Great idea! I know who to ask…

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