28 Guilty Pleasure Foods in Saskatoon That Are Better Than Sex

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28 Guilty Pleasure Foods in Saskatoon That Are Better Than Sex

Sometimes you just want to eat something greasy and fried or sugary sweet (or both), and there's nothing wrong with that. In fact, there's everything right about that, and treating yourself is one of life's finer things — if I do say so myself.

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If you want something absolutely delicious, Saskatoon has an amazing line-up of food that will make you foodgasm, guaranteed. Whether you're feeling a late night snack, afternoon delight, or just want something sweet, check out these 28 guilty pleasure foods in Saskatoon.

Ice Cream with Mini Donuts // Homestead Ice Cream

Bacon Cheeseburger // Ace Burger 

The Riverbank Frank // Bus Stop Refreshments

Smarties Milkshake // Pink Cadillacs

The Broadway Pizza // Una Pizza + Wine

Chicken & Waffles // The Hollows

Bacon & Perogie Poutine // Smoke's Poutinerie 

Deep Fried Mars Bar // Wing World

Triple Brownie Sundae // Homestead Ice Cream

Shrimp Alfredo // Taverna Italian Kitchen

Cruffins (Croissant + Muffin) // Little Bird Patisserie & Cafe

Gourmet Grilled Cheese // Dapper Dane

Banana Nutella Chocolate French Toast // Hometown Diner

Bucket O Bacon // Leopold's Tavern

Eggs Benny // Poached Breakfast Bistro

Salted Caramel Cheesecake // D'Lish by Tish Cafe

Saskatoon Berry Pie // The Berry Barn 

Bison Burger // Leyda's Cafe

Homemade Donuts // The Night Oven Bakery

Noodle Bowl with Spring Rolls // Thien Vietnam Restaurant

Oreo Cheesecake // Calories Restaurant 

Crispy Onion Burger // Congress Beer House

Cajun Spice Boil // Bon Temps Cafe

Homemade Beef Jerky // The Bulk Cheese Warehouse

The Reuben Sandwich // The Rook & Raven Pub

Loaded Nachos // Amigos Cantina

Caramel Peanut Popcorn Cupcake // Crave Cookies & Cupcakes 

Grilled Coconut Shrimp // Las Palapas Resort Grill

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