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19 Bucket List Desserts In Calgary That Are Better Than Sex

Foodgasms. Foodgasms everywhere.

It's crucial that the most important meal of your day is delicious and fulfilling. And what's the most important meal of the day? Dessert, obviously. Think of dessert as "the meal that comes after a meal" and the great thing about dessert is that you can have it multiple times a day! After breakfast? Dessert. After Lunch or Dinner? Dessert. After Dessert? ...Dessert.

READ ALSO: 14 Bucket List Bakeries Every True Calgarian Needs To Visit

Like sex, your dessert should always be extremely satisfying, full-body experience. And if it just hasn't been lately, then it looks like you'll have to find yourself a new partner, I mean, dessert. We totally got your back and compiled a list of extremely eligible desserts for your picking. Think of it like "The Bachelor" for desserts.

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Cookie Monster Shake

Where to get it: REGRUB // 625 11th Ave SW

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Sprinkle Party Cupcake

Where to get it: Brown Sugar Bake Shop // 109 - 235 Milligan Dr

via @byollia

Rose Macaron


Where to get it: Ollia Macarons and Tea // 810C 16th Ave SW

Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla Glaze


Where to get it:

Jelly Modern Doughnuts

Guide’s Mint Ice Cream

Where to get it: Village Ice Cream // 820 49 Ave SW

via @ogisip

Vanilla Panna Cota

Where to get it: Brasserie // 113 Kensington Rd NW

via @sarahvansloten

Texas Donuts


Where to get it: Glamorgan Bakery // 3919 Richmond Rd SW

Sicilian Pistachio Gelato


Where to get it: Fiasco Gelato // 221 19 St SE #110

Chocolate Hazelnut Cupcake


Where to get it: Crave Cupcakes // 1107 Kensington Road NW

Macaron Cake

Where to get it: Ohh La La Patisserie // 8561 8A Ave SW #3118

via @uhockey

Sticky Toffee and Salted Caramel Pudding

Where to get it: CHARCUT // 899 Centre St SW #101

via @craftedeveryday

Butterscotch Ice Cream


Where to get it: Big Dipper Ice Cream Shop // 67 MacRae St

Lindt Chocolate Brownies

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Where to get it:

Una Take-Away

Death by Chocolate Cake

Where to get it: Vendome Cafe // 940 2 Ave NW

via @cafegravity

Power Cookies


Where to get it: Gravity Espresso & Wine Cafe // 109 - 10 St SE

Gluten Free Mocha Cake


Where to get it:

Higher Ground Cafe


Where to get it: Bliss & Co. // 728 Northmount Dr NW #13A

via @prettysweetyyc

Mini Egg Sandwich Cookies


Where to get it: Pretty Sweet // @prettysweetco

Hazelnut Tart

Where to get it:

Alforno Bakery and Cafe

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