No matter how chilly things get outside, it's never too cold for ice cream. This sweet treat is just too good to go without during the winter months, especially when there are so many delicious cones around Toronto. There's another reason to indulge in this frozen dessert, and it will fill you with Christmas cheer. A festive cone is coming to the city, and it's worthy of Buddy the Elf himself. Light up your season with Taiyaki Toronto's Christmas cones, in the shape of festive green trees.

There are so many holiday treats to enjoy in Toronto this month.

From Starbuck's cozy drinks to all sorts of yuletide treats at WinterFest, you and your tastebuds will be feeling merry all season long.

Now a new winter treat to indulge in will be hitting the streets, and you're going to want to get your mittens on it.

Taiyaki is known for their unique fish-shaped cones, and this Christmas they're releasing a special holiday dessert.

You can get adorable green Christmas tree cones at Taiyaki starting on December 13.

These festive ice creams consist of swirly soft-serve adorned with candy cane crumbles and topped with a bright yellow star.

These delicious cones are enough to get anyone in the Christmas spirit, even the Grinch. 

If you purchase one of the holiday waffle cones, you'll receive another one for free all season long.

The ice cream will be available for a limited time, so make sure you grab one before they melt away.

In the fall, the venue released some adorable Care Bear themed cones, which are still available to purchase until January 1, 2020.

You can indulge in three different cones fashioned after Care Bear characters, and now a twirly Christmas tree as well.

If you're looking for more festive frozen dessert, you can head over to Chocolats Favoris and indulge in a cheery gingerbread cone.

These cones are dipped in gingerbread-infused chocolate and topped with a gingery cookie.

Taiyaki Christmas Tree Cone

Price: 💸

Cuisine: Dessert

Address: 128 Dundas St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Indulge in so much Christmas cheer with these adorable tree cones.


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