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[Photographs: Niko Triantafillou]

If you need to grab some small Easter treats before Sunday, check out Epicerie Boulud's meticulously decorated Easter Cookies ($4.50) and fancy hand-painted Chocolate Easter Eggs ($6). Epicerie's cookies, which are always solid, are made from a buttery sable breton base and are available in a two styles. The first is frosted to look like a colorful dyed Easter egg. The second is modeled after a rabbit's, um, derriere—complete with tiny cotton ball tail.

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For something a bit more classy (and more expensive), Epicerie is also offering a variety of hand-decorated dark chocolate Easter eggs with a dark chocolate rice crispy base. Considering the quality—each egg looks like it was stolen off a pro pastry showroom floor—they're a nice luxury gift that still clocks in under ten bucks.

About the author: Native New Yorker Niko Triantafillou is the founder of DessertBuzz.com his photographs of desserts and pastry chefs have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and Dessert Professional Magazine. He is an unabashed foodie nerdling. Follow him on Twitter at @DessertBuzz.

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1900 Broadway at W 64th St. New York NY 212-595-9606

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