This Toronto Spot Serves Giant Ice Cream Cones Topped With Mini Macarons
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I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. If you’re in need of a sweet treat to beat the summer heat, then these macaron-coveredare sure to satisfy all of your cravings. They’re made from scratch and come in a wide variety of flavours for you to try.
Nadège Patisserie, known for its totally scrumptious macarons, now offers French-style ice cream and sorbet in their Queen West Boutique location.
With flavours ranging from lemon cheesecake to cappuccino, passionfruit, and more, there’s a little something to tickle everyone’s taste buds.
There are also tons of toppings to choose from, but the adorable mini macarons are by far the most popular option.
And we can definitely see why. The pastel-coloured tiny cookies are almost too cute to eat.
But, if you’re looking to switch it up, the shop also offers big macaron ice cream sandwiches and they look incredible, too.
The sammies come in six different flavours including salted caramel and pistachio raspberry. There’s even a chocolate chip cookie sandwich if macarons aren’t your favourite.
You can get your frozen dessert served in a cone or in a bowl with a spoon. But, if you’re really hooked on the flavours, you can grab a pint to take home with you.
If you still want to experience the adorable mini macarons with your take-home ice cream, opt for the Marie Antoinette flavour.
It's made with vanilla ice cream, maple syrup, and topped with perfectly pastel macaron shells.
You can expect to pay just over $6 for two scoops of ice cream, with the mini macaron topping costing an additional $1.50.
Waffle cones are also an extra charge of $1.25 and the 16 oz. pints cost $14 each.
So now that you've got the scoop from us, why not head over and treat yourself to this sweet frozen delight?
Cuisine: Macarons, ice cream
Address: 780 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: You can get delicious macaron cones that are almost too cute to eat at this Toronto gem.