14 Most Decadent Toronto Desserts You Need To Try

Screw your summer diet.
14 Most Decadent Toronto Desserts You Need To Try

Dessert in Toronto is a religion as of late. Concoctions of every variety are popping up and combining mouth-watering decadence in ways you never thought possible. From churro cones and cronuts to Sweet Jesus insanity, here are some of the most delicious desserts popping up in Toronto these days.

via @sweetjesus

1. Strawberry Shortcake Icecream // Sweet Jesus

via @booyahinc

2.  Sweet Pocket // Booyah

via @sweetescdessertcafe

3. Bacon Waffle Maple Hotplate // Sweets Esc

via @caffedemetre

4. Salted Butter Icecream Crepe // Caffé Demetre 

via @theduoeats

5. Belgian Waffles // Caffé Demetre

via @_thepopshop

6.  Dessert Pops // Pop Shop

via @cocoalatteonstclair

7.  Nutella Pancakes // Cocoa Latte

via @butteravenue

8. Tarts // Butter Avenue

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9. Meringue Dream // Roselle

via @panchosbakery

10. Churro Cones // Panchos

via @thepastryshopto

11. Smores Cronut Ice Cream Sandwich // The Pastry Shop

via @dolce21desserthouse

12. Cotton Candy Icecream // Dolce 21

via @woofflesandcream

13. Waffles and Icecream // Woofles and Icecream

via @mildredstemplekitchen

14.  Pancakes // Mildred's Temple

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