The best part of summers in Toronto is the crazy amount of unique desserts that start to surface around this time of year. Toronto has a lot to offer and amazing desserts is for sure on the top of the list!\nREAD MORE: 14 Places In Toronto To Get Awesome Late Night Take Out\nToronto takes the generic version of ice cream and totally transforms it! Whether it be through milkshakes, tacos, rolls, or even sandwiches. Here is a list of 14 unique desserts in Toronto that will keep you cool this summer!\nvia @cooln2canada\nCool N2 // 28 South Unionville Ave\nNitrogen Ice Cream\nThis cute ice cream shop offers frozen treats made with using huge tanks of liquid nitrogen. You can add different toppings and drizzles to make it your own.\nvia @yoursisterfaith\nTsujiri // 147 Dundas St W\nMochi Balls with Green Tea Soft Serve\nSnug, buzzing spot serving matcha-infused teas, ice cream & pastries. Try the mochi ice cream along with the green tea soft serve!\nvia @oookellen\nBang Bang Ice Cream & Bakery // 93a Ossington Ave\nHong Kong Style Waffles with Soft Serve\nIce cream sandwiches on homemade cookies, cups, cones–but what we're most excited about is the Hong Kong style waffles! Served up with your choice of ice cream.\nvia @redkev24\niHalo Krunch // 915 Queen St W\nCharcol Ice Cream and Cones\niHalo Krunch is an ice cream shop that serves a variety of unique soft serve flavours in unconventional cones - including charcoal cones! I know it may be off-putting at first, but it is amazing once you try it. iHalo has lines outside their shop that run hours long.\nvia @curiocitytoronto\nEva's Original Chimneys // 454 Bloor St W\nChimney Cakes and Cones\nEva's uses a traditional-style, open rotisserie grill so you can watch your Chimney Cake or Chimney Cone bake right before your eyes as you wait!\nvia @erikaceddia\nSweet Olenka's // Multiple Locations\nRed Velvet Popsicle\nA cozy dessert specialist showcasing pastries, ice cream & candy with a cheery vibe. Famous for their red velvet popsicles. Super cute and Instagrammable.\nvia @vonvillarico\nArctic Bites // 21 Baldwin St\nThai Rolls\nHome of Toronto's first Thai inspired ice cream rolls. With various amounts of toppings, you can never get bored of this place!\nvia @booyahinc\nBooyah // 16 Vaughan Rd A\nIce Cream Tacos\nAn adorable parlour serving gourmet ice cream sandwiches made with homemade cookies, plus shakes, cones & more. Our favourite is the ice cream taco!\nvia @7lpaleteria\nSeven Lives Paleteria // 72 Kensington Ave\nDole Whip Floats\nA vibrantly colored shop offering Mexican-style popsicles & non-dairy soft-serve plus toppings. The closest thing we can get to Disney's Dole Whips, but in Toronto!\nvia @brettsicecream\nBrett's Ice Cream // 1698 Queen St E\nCake Batter Ice Cream Cones\nBright ice cream parlour with a changing selection of scoops, plus colourful cake-batter cones!!! With a huge variety of different flavour cones, we suggest you try the red velvet, orange creamsicle, and the birthday cake ones!\nvia @cutiepiecupcakes_to\nCutiePie Cupcakes & Co. Espresso Coffee Bar // 235 Spadina Ave #2\nRainbow Ice Cream Cones\nUnleash your inner unicorn! Along with many other unicorn-esque products on the menu, their rainbow ice cream cones are to die for! They also make for a great picture as well.\nvia @fugodesserts\nFUGO Desserts // 205 Dundas St W\nCookie Monster Cones\nProbably the most Instagrammed dessert in Toronto. With two blue scoops of ice cream and a few carefully places mini Chips Ahoy cookies, along with the crushed Oreos decorating the rim of the cone. I think its safe to say that Fugo has got it right with desserts!