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This Toronto Baker's Sugar Cookies Make TTC Trams Look Irresistible (PHOTOS)

And she even managed to make Sneaky Dee's look appetizing.

The TTC is giving major kudos to a Toronto baker after she shared photos of sugar cookies decorated to look like the city's streetcars.

Alicia Didow, a baker and cookie decorator in Toronto, posted her latest creations on Tuesday and the TTC shared a photo on their Twitter, but her decorating talents extend into far more of the city than just its transit system.

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Speaking to Narcity over the phone, Didow says she started decorating Toronto landmarks back when the pandemic started.

But what started as a pandemic hobby blossomed into a way of supporting Toronto businesses. 

Her most recent project, the TTC trams, started after a client wanted something TTC-related for their son, who drives a streetcar.

The trams are her favourite creation yet, Didow says, but she thinks that Chula — a Mexican cantina in Toronto — is the tastiest-looking building in the city.

Next up is a series of independent bookstores, Didow says — so there seems to be no end to what the artist can make look tasty.