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7 Incredible Desserts That Wowed Toronto This Year

The city got a lot sweeter!
7 Incredible Desserts That Wowed Toronto This Year

The year 2020 came with its fair share of struggles, but it also brought some sweetness to the city.

These popular Toronto desserts brought smiles and sugar-highs to locals.

From endless flavours of hot chocolate to dreamy donut bouquets, this year saw some delicious goodies popping up across the city.

Pastry lovers will definitely want to take a trip to the new croissant shop, which boasts over 100 drool-worthy flavours.

Try one of these impressive treats next time you're craving something sweet.

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Cake From Carlo's Bakery Vending Machines

Address: Various locations

Why You Need To Try It: These unique cake ATMs started arriving in the city at the end of 2019 and even more popped up this year. You can try the iconic Cake Boss treats by ordering from this sweet machine.

Croissants From Hazukido

Address: Unit E-01, 595 Bay St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: This premium Toronto croissanterie is the only location in North America, and it boasts over 100 decadent flavours.

Soft-Serve Tubs From Tom's Dairy Freeze

Address: 630 The Queensway, Etobicoke, ON

Why You Need To Try It: A long-time Toronto favourite, Tom's Dairy Freeze started offering giant tubs of soft-serve to go this year.

Donut Bouquets From Euro Desserts

Address: 90 Turbine Dr., Unit 16, North York, ON

Why You Need To Try It: Why order a box of donuts when you can enjoy them in a bouquet? Euro Desserts offers dreamy donut bouquets in flavours like Cookies & Cream and Nutella Bombe. There are often holiday bouquets for occasions like Christmas and Valentine's Day.

Non-Dairy Dilly Bars From Dairy Queen

Address: Various locations

Why You Need To Try It: Dairy Queen recently launched a vegan, gluten-free version of its iconic Dilly Bars, available at all participating locations across Canada.

Hot Chocolate From La Diperie

Address: Various locations

Why You Need To Try It: You can sip endless flavours of hot chocolate with La Diperie's melting chocolate sticks. There are over 30 flavours to choose from, and you can mix and match to make a totally personalized drink.

Ice Cream From Roji Monster Ice Cream

Address: 30 South Unionville Ave., #1029, Markham, ON

Why You Need To Try It: This ice cream will give you major chills. You can get adorable monster ice cream dishes that are almost too cute to eat.

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