Luckily for your sweet tooth Toronto has become a city filled with ways to meet your cravings. It seems that there is a new dessert arriving in the city every week. So far we’ve welcomed doughnut cones and ice cream tacos; and that’s just the tip of the iceberg…or ice cream.

Today we’re sharing with you some of our favourite dessert places in the city. You’re welcome!

Sweet Jesus

you’re around John St. and Adelaide St. W and you see a line up leading out to
the street, it’s probably because of Sweet
. People have been flocking to this ice cream shop since they opened
their doors. Sweet Jesus takes soft served to another level, introducing
signature creations like the Krusty Cone, their twist of the traditional vanilla
cone with sprinkles but theirs has cotton candy! No matter what “pimped out
cone” you get from them you surely will be satisfied.

Eva’s Original Chimney’s

you might not have heard of them you probably know of their signature dessert,
the Chimney Doughnut Cone. The doughnut cone has become one of the most popular
desserts of 2016 and is literally an ice cream cone made from a doughnut. To
get your fix from this food truck, check out their website to find out where
they will be each week.

Milk Bar Toronto

Milk Bar was founded by the masterchef
judge and pastry chef Christina Tosi. With six locations in New York, one in
Washingtion and of course one in Toronto, this international bakery brings a
unique spins to home-style desserts. Pay them a visit and you can help yourself
to their signature cakes like the salted pretzel cake!

The Bake Shoppe

The Bake Shoppe was established in 2005
by the ladies behind The Wedding Cake Shoppe. They bring pop culture to old
school treats. If you’ve seen the Drake cookies, well they are the ones behind
them. Who said you can’t have your cookies and celebs too?

Bang Bang Icecream and

in the Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood, Bang Bang Icecream and Bakery brings
the best of both their worlds together to make delicious ice cream sandwiches. If
ice cream sandwiches aren’t your thing, you can always try their unique ice
cream flavours in a freshly baked waffle cone.

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