All things sweet for Easter available at The Sugar Man

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Need an Easter sugar hookup, but want a large selection to choose from heading into the holiday?

The Sugar Man on Hutt Street is a family owned and operated artisanal chocolate shop and patisserie specialising in all things sweet and a treat to eat.

The Sugar Man’s, Alex Crawford said there will be a whole lot of something special coming up for the Easter holidays.

“This year for Easter, we will be adding some special Easter themed goodies to our Saturday pastry line up,” Alex said.

“We will be stocking our Hot Cross Bun Scroll on both Saturday, April 9 and next Saturday April 16.

“This scroll is a divine swirl of croissant dough, studded with whiskey soaked sultanas and served with a burnt butter vanilla bean custard.

“On Saturday 16 only, we will also have a Hot Cross Bun Macaron, and a Twice-Baked Carrot Cake Croissant for the bunnies that crave a little more than hot cross buns.

“We will have other seasonal pastries alongside these Easter-themed treats; menu details will be posted on our website each Thursday afternoon.”

In a legendary first time collaboration, The Sugar Man will be teaming up with chocolatier extraordinaire, Steven ter Horst.

The joint project will see a twice baked Basque cheesecake that will have customers falling in love at first bite.

It will be a croissant filled with burnt butter frangipane, Steven’s Basque cheesecake topped with TweedVale Milk’s double cream and salted sable cookies.

This can be pre-ordered on Friday, April 8 at 3pm and pick up from Saturday April 9 from 8am-2pm.

Getting back into the Easter swing, the main attraction of the holiday can’t be forgotten. Chocolate!

“We also have our Hot Cross Bun Chocolate Bar available in-store from now, right up until Easter,” Alex said.

“This sweet lady features a toasted, house-made sourdough hot cross bun crunch, a blend of organic fruits and a hot cross bun spice mix, all enveloped in a velvety 42% milk chocolate.

“With her spring-time vibes and Easter egg-hunt themed packaging, she’s perfect to bring along to Easter family get-togethers, or gift to loved ones.

“If hot cross buns are not your thing, but you still want to ride the wave of sweet Easter decadence, we recommend trying our flame roasted macadamia chocolate bar.

“Here you’ll find the smokiness of blackened, burnished flame-roasted macadamias is tempered with the butterscotch caramel tones of a 35% caramelised white chocolate.

“This bar starts you off with a flourish of smokiness on the palette, and leaves you with a lingering whisper of buttery caramel.”

Looking to bring a unique plate to the Easter holiday family or friend lunch? The Sugar Man have a great idea for you.

“For some people, the Easter weekend entails low maintenance cheese platters and abundant grazing boards,” Alex said.

“Why not try pairing some chocolate with your cheese and wine this easter? Our entire Single Origin Range has been carefully curated to match with cheese, wine and spirit varieties.

“Tasting notes and pairings for each of our three single origin bars can be found on our website and in-store.”

The Sugar Man can be located at 197 Hutt St, Adelaide.

Opening hours are as stated:

CHOCOLATE      Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10am – 6pm.

                             Saturday: 8am – 2pm.

                             Sunday: 10am – 3pm.

PASTRY               Saturday only, 8am – 2pm or until sold out.

Check out the menu and keep up to date with The Sugar Man at or at their social media handles: or on Instagram.

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