These Hand-Painted Watercolour Cookies Sold In MTL Are Little Works Of Art You Can Eat

So pretty we could just eat 'em up!
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These Hand-Painted Watercolour Cookies Sold In MTL Are Little Works Of Art You Can Eat

Layers of Goodness makes stunning handpainted cookies in Montreal that are almost too beautiful to eat — but just try and stop us from devouring a whole dozen! You won't succeed.

Whether for parties, gifts or when you simply want to treat yourself to a sweet that's not just a sweet but an actual edible piece of art, you'll want to order from Layers of Goodness

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The owner, who goes by Julie, told MTL Blog that she used to paint on canvas and has always loved baking.

"That's why I decided to combine both my passions and create edible art," she said.  

She's written on Instagram about taking inspiration from backyard trees, vintage trinkets, and flowers, as well as Iranian pottery, tile art and architecture.  

She started her business around two years ago after finishing pastry school at the Pearson School of Culinary Arts. 

In addition to cookies, she's an absolute master at decorating cakes, especially when using her hand-painting technique. 

To order Layers of Goodness pastries, slide into those Instagram DMs — prices vary depending on the design. 

Layers of Goodness

Cuisine: Cookies, cakes, macarons & more

Why You Need To Go: Whether for parties, gifts or when you simply want to elevate your daily treat — art is better when it's edible and delicious!

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