Get your Just Desserts

Celine Giesbrecht has opened Celine’s Just Desserts in Centenoka Park Mall, offering gluten-free desserts from single serving to whole cakes

Celine Giesbrecht has opened Celine’s Just Desserts in Centenoka Park Mall, offering gluten-free desserts from single serving to whole cakes.

On the savoury side, Giesbrecht has pizza buns, ham and cheese muffins and coffee and local loose teas from Sicamous’ Freedom Tea Company.

She also makes sugar cubes in seasonal shapes. Right now they are in the shape of skulls, which will be replaced with shapes more appropriate for Christmas as the season approaches.

Cakes for all occasions are available with prices depending on size and type and Giesbrecht says she needs at least three days’ notice for most of them.

To place an order, call 250-253-3978 or visit her Facebook page.

“I don’t carry a lot of inventory, but the more people want the more I make,” she says.


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