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Le Gros festival Sucré is delivering dessert boxes to your door because who's dieting at a time like this?

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JP Karwacki
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JP Karwacki
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Montreal's dessert festival Le Gros festival Sucré may have had to put its sweet 2020 edition on pause, but that doesn't mean we can't take advantage of satisfying the strongest of munchies in Montreal. They've brought together a bunch of dessert-makers and sugarsmiths in the city, placed their goods in surprise bags and offered them up for delivery to your door.

The first round of orders went like hot cakes, but you can still sign up the next round of sugary delights by adding your name to the waiting list here. Two sizes of surprise bags are available during the next round of orders: There's the Mini Sucré (mini sweet) with 4 portions plus surprises that goes for $22 and a Gros Sucré for $32 with six portions and surprises—taxes and the delivery cost are included. The only bad news? Delivery is currently restricted to the Island of Montreal only (sorry South Shore and Laval, maybe later).

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🔥Alerte photo cochonne🔥 Savais-tu que notre brownie noisette est sans farine de blé! *credit photo @lagourmande.mtl

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The latest surprise bag featured the work of a lot of amazing local businesses (all of which you should order from if you can't wait), including the donut masters at Crémy Patisserie, Azùcar Meringues & Sucreries, colorful cookies from Bcuit Mtl, the caterers at Essentiellement Sol, candies from MONY MONKA, freshly-baked brownies from Blissful Brownies and lots of can't-eat-just-one macarons from Deux Par Deux.

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