Mexico’s marvellous baked good concepts

Mexico’s marvellous baked good concepts

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Mexico: land of the Maya and Aztecs (the inventors of chocolate), and land of burritos, tacos and nachos. But these are not the only baked goods that Mexico excels in. Discover 6 concepts that prove Mexico should be on the visiting list of anyone who is fond of of bread, patisserie and chocolate.

Mexico’s marvellous baked good concepts

Panadería Rosetta Juarez
Next to a vast range of handmade bread, this popular bakery in Juárez serves an extensive range of both sweet and savoury pastries. Their crispy apple pies, crunchy rolls of ricotta with yellow lemon and seasonal panettones are mouth-watering. Panadería Rosetta sells products with simple as well as more complex flavours, like rolls with sausage and chimichurri, or with dried tomatoes and black olives. You can go there for vegan and typical Mexican products as well.

 

Mexico’s marvellous baked good concepts

Peace of Cake
This all-vegan bakery sells cupcakes for everyone, even for puppies! All the beautiful cupcakes on their menu are vegan, and to top it of they have options for special diets: sugar-free, gluten-free, soy-free and nut-free. At Peace of Cake, they’re always looking for the balance and well-being of our consumers. To make the best products, they use only the best ingredients: mostly local, organic and seasonal, friendly for the environment and free of cruelty.

 

Mexico’s marvellous baked good concepts

Catamundi Bakery
This bakery and gourmet market provides a delicious gastronomic experience for its guests through their restaurant, with an international cuisine, and through their catering services that bring the unique gastronomical experience of the restaurant to any possible event. Their shop presents wines and all sorts of luxurious, food related gifts like jams and marmalades, brownie boxes, s’mores, chocolates, gifts for matcha lovers and gift sets with liquors.  

 

Mexico’s marvellous baked good concepts

Le Macaron Boutique
This high quality pastry shop focuses on macarons, gourmet cakes and high end pastries. Le Macaron is a popular concept, with over 40 stores around the Mexican Republic. After starting her culinary career at Le Cordon Blue, chef Natalia Morales went to Paris to specialise in the perfection of the macarons as well as the most advanced techniques of chocolate with Pierre Herme. Besides the macarons that are permanently on the menu, Le Macaron offers seasonal themed macarons, sometimes shaped in unique forms like bunnies or unicorns, and you can order your customised favourites as well.

 

Mexico’s marvellous baked good concepts

La Bohême
This bakery, pastry shop, bistro and artisanal French cafeteria wants to transport its customers to the most symbolic places in France with every bite of their products. Using only fresh, seasonal products and traditional recipes, they seek to let the Mexicans discover the best of French bakery and fine pastry, with its infinite panel of flavours, colours, textures and presentations. And they succeed, with their artisan breads, their artistic cakes and their bistro offering innovative dishes and Franco - Mexican trends.

 

Mexico’s marvellous baked good concepts

Suc’relle
With Mexico being the country where chocolate originated, a couple of young entrepreneurs opened Suc’relle intending to give their customers a unique experience of the highest quality. Suc’relle offers a range of the most beautiful, handmade gourmet chocolates, made with natural products and high quality ingredients. Always with the intention of choosing local suppliers, to encourage the growth of our community and help other people.

 

Inspired by these baked goods marvels of Mexico? We also collected the hot spots of the Amsterdam, Portland, New York, Sydney and many more cities across the world.

Are you interested in how Puratos can support you with your concept? Contact your local Puratos representative to schedule a meeting.

 

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