Mexican Pastries

Order minimum: half a dozen per item. Indicates V:Vegan and GF:Gluten-free availability

ALEGRIAS                  (GF & V) 

Literally translating to happiness, this traditional Mexican dessert is made with amaranth seed (an ancestral grain), dark chocolate and fresh raspberries. Did we mention it is gluten-free, nut-free and vegan?

$3.25 each/$36 dozen (Gluten-free & Vegan, always)

ANCHO CHILE brownie  (GF & v)

Our customers call them the best brownie they’ve ever had! Fudgy texture and a balance of ancho chile, Mexican cinnamon and Mexican vanilla flavors will make you smile every time.

$3.50 each/$39 dozen (Gluten-free available)

Dulceria’s CONCHitas   (V)

The Mexican cousin of cinnamon rolls! A fluffy breakfast roll topped with its iconic colorful sugar crust, available in a variety of flavors including:

Mexican Vanilla, Green Matcha or Chocolate sugar crust
Filled options: Cajeta/Dulce de Leche, Nutella, or Vegan Chocolate Ganache.

$3.50 each/$39 dozen (Choose traditional or vegan!) 

Garibaldis                      (GF)

This buttery pound cake glazed with guava jam, lightly sprinkled with nonpareils, was created by an Italian family that immigrated to Mexico in the XIX century & remains a staple of Mexican bakeries.

$3.50 each/$39 dozen (Gluten-free available)


Fresh mango bars layered on homemade shortbread crust, sprinkled with toasted coconut. Perfect for brunch or dessert.


$3.50 each/$39 dozen (Gluten-free available)

Pan de ELOTE                (GF)

This delectable corn pound cake is moist, fluffy and mouthwatering. Drizzled with rompope glaze – Mexican eggnog – topped with toasted pepitas, and made with fresh corn kernels.

$3.50 each/$39 dozen (Gluten-free available)

Pan de Muerto              (V)

No Dia de Muertos can go without Pan de Muerto: sweet dough flavored with orange blossom water and anise seed, topped with sugar and ready to honor our dearly departed. Available in individual, medium and large.

Seasonal for October/November (Vegan available)

Rosca de Reyes               (V)

Mexico’s 3 Kings’ Wreath: fluffy orange and anise flavored dough topped with colorful candied fruit, cherries and its iconic vanilla sugar crust.

Seasonal for January (Vegan available)