• How Much Do you Know About Askanya Chocolates? Watch The SeeJeanty UnBoxing with Founder Corinne

    In this video we learn about Corinne's background and her motivation for starting Les Chocolateries Askanya.
  • Tickets Available Now to our One Year Anniversary Party - Live DJ & Complimentary Clairin Drinks

    Bonbon Lakay Turns One! We are celebrating with some of our favorite Haitian dishes and of course the Haitian snacks Bonbon Lakay is now known for. Come be transported to the Pearl of the Caribbean with us, with griot, clairin and good music.

    Tickets are available here on Eventbrite

  • Watch YouTuber and Haitian Entrepreneur Chris Jeanty Unbox Bonbon Lakay Treats!

    We had a great opportunity to connect with Chris and send him some treats! This was not a paid or scripted collaboration! So we're incredibly flattered by his great review. We hope you'll find his unboxing video helpful.

    "We are getting a chance to unbox Bonbon Lakay, a bakery delivery service that brings your favorite Haitian comfort sweets and treats right to your door step. Never again go without because of living in areas where no bakery is present. All products featured use Haiti sourced ingredients and true to recipes true to tradition."

    Subscribe to his channel and follow @SeeJeanty!





  • They Are Here! Bonbon Lakay Now Offers Carton Regular Box Options

    The carton boxes also make great party favors! If you're interested in getting 25 or more tin or carton boxes please reach out directly...
  • Celebrate Our Founder's 30th Birthday with 30% Off!

    Our Founder Edgina turns 30 this week! To celebrate this big milestone birthday we are offering 30% off site wide, no minimum purchase,  to the first 30 customers!

    Use code BDAY30 at checkout.

  • Bonbon Lakay Frozen Haitian Patty Baking Instructions

    You've purchased Haitian Patties on! YAY! now it's time to bake them.

    You will need to use a regular oven or toaster oven. Microwave is not recommended. 

  • Our Haitian Heritage Month Sugar Hill Creamery Collaboration

    This month we partnered with husband & wife owned Sugar Hill Creamery in Harlem to bring our NYC customers a limited edition ice cream “La Révolution”.
  • Meet Bonbon Lakay Charity Partner: Anseye Pou Ayiti

    At Bonbon Lakay we strive to always sell products from companies that have an instant positive impact in their local Haitian communities. By launching with Haiti based brands with Askanya Chocolate and Singing Rooster we were able to start achieving that goal from day one. In cases where we don’t work with suppliers that are based in Haiti, a portion of profits from such products are donated to our charity partner, Anseye Pou Ayiti. 

  • What is Langue de Boeuf? Is There Beef in It?

    For one, it is one of the most asked about items on the site. This buttery, flaky bliss of goodness of a pastry is named after a cow’s tongue. It’s a thin layer of dough, with one side covered in melted candied sugar and the other side in sugar crystals. Once the buttery dough bakes into a bubbly spotted pattern it resembles a cow’s tongue. 

    Growing up in Haiti any day that I got to eat langue de beouf was a great day! 

  • YouTuber Emmy Made In Japan Tries Haitian Sweets

    The vendors featured are not Bonbon Lakay vendors(yet), but this is a fun and helpful video nonetheless. Watch Emmy try bonbon koka aka bonbon amidon, papita, amongst other Haitian treats.
  • Bonbon Lakay December Featured Product: Decadent Dous Makos

    The holy grail of Haitian sweets, dous makos, pronounced "doos - mackauhs" is a vanilla milk fudge. The recipe is said to have been created in the 1930s by Belgian Entrepreneur Fernand Macos, who set up shop in Petit-Gôave, Haiti. Since 1939, the dous makos recipe has been adopted by various sellers and families. One family that has also long been associated with dous makos is LaBarre.  Fernand LaBarre née Norélia Jérôme started working for Mrs. Macos in 1930s to make and sell the product. It's been said that she had her own recipe prior to working with the Macos family, and started making this delicious fudge at the age of 15.    
  • The Story Behind Our Haitian Rhum Cakes, Baked with Love

    With every cake made, someone always without fail suggested I open a bakery, or take cake orders. And I would take an order here and there, but never pursued baking as a profession, and never saw my cakes as a viable business. Not because I didn’t believe in myself or my cakes, but because they were always such a labor of love. If I take the time to bake you a cake, it’s because I love you. You’re special to me so I am offering you something that is special to me. I could never start selling my love.  By Father's Day 2019 you will be able to buy our Haitian rhum cake here on our website.