Doughnut Cones Are Now Available In Toronto

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Doughnut Cones Are Now Available In Toronto

Doughnut Cones have been sweeping the internet for the last little while and have finally arrived to the streets of Toronto!

Yes you heard right folks, Toronto now has  a food truck that will be selling these perfect little cones of joy! What you may not know, is that this pastry is actually a Hungarian treat called a Chimney Cake.

Eva's Original Chimneys, which serves these flakey deserts ,has brought soft serve ice cream into the mix, to create these awesome cones that we have all fallen in love with. This addition to their menu started April 17!

Photo cred- Toronto Food Trucks 

Visit Toronto Food Trucks this season to find out their exact locations.

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