This Christmas Cookie Pizza In Vaughan Makes Up For Everything Bad That's Ever Happened

It's been a really rough year in the Toronto area, which is why we deserve to put chocolate and candy on top of our pizzas.

Thankfully, Cookie Pizzas Inc. in Vaughan, ON., is pushing the art of 'za to its sweetest limits with Nutella, frosting, and much more.

It doesn't matter that it's not December yet, because who needs Christmas Day when you've got a full 8" candy cane pizza waiting to be unwrapped?

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The bakery has even more holiday options available, too, like their white chocolate snowflake pizza or their Christmas Tree pizza.

Cookie Pizza Inc.'s selection is pretty unbelievable and the options on their website just go on and on.

Do you like macarons? They've got a macaron pizza with coconut flakes. Are you a fan of cannoli? They've got a cannoli pizza, too. Doughnuts and Nutella sauce? Doughnut and Nutella pizza.

The term "pizza" is being used pretty loosely here, but the "slices" actually make each cake-sized cookie a whole lot easier to share than hacking away with a knife and fork.

You can also order boxes of mini-pizzas, too, if you want something all to yourself.

As much as we love cheese, these cakes do make a compelling argument for cookie dough being added to pizza menus everywhere.

Pepperoni lovers beware: the pizza in your freezer might not be what you expect.

Nestle has issued a major recall affecting its DiGiorno line of frozen pepperoni pizzas, after they failed to label all the allergens on the box.

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You Can Get Free Pizza In Toronto This Week & Here's What You Need To Know

PizzaForno is handing out free slices of artisanal pizza.

On a night out in the 6ix, nothing hits like some pizza. But sometimes a sit-down meal (and the long lineups that go with it) just aren't the vibe. Well, it turns out there's a more convenient way to order your next pizza.

A quick, easy and contact-free solution to your cravings, PizzaForno's automated pizzerias around Ontario (including their HQ on King Street East) are open 24/7, so you can get a delicious pizza in under three minutes literally anytime. And this week, you can try a slice for free!

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Toronto Resto Pauses Indoor Dining Until Vaccine Certificate Debate Calms Down

The owner is also visually impaired and finds vaccine certificates "very difficult to read."

Toronto's well-loved pizza joint, Frank's Pizza House, announced on Instagram that they will be closing indoor dining at their restaurant and opting for take-out and delivery six days a week.

Owner Giorgio Taverniti told Narcity he decided to pause indoor dining on the opening day of vaccine certificates in Ontario because he doesn't "think people are ready right now."

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Pizza lovers, rejoice! Right now you can buy one pizza and get the second one free at Pizza Hut Canada.

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