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Toronto's Pink Cheesecake Has Real Cherry Blossoms So You Can Enjoy Spring From Home

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Toronto's Cherry Blossom Cheesecake Will Bring Spring To Your Home

Every spring, High Park transforms into a pink paradise as the cherry blossom trees burst into bloom. While this popular phenomenon may not be available to see this year, you can still enjoy the flowers. Toronto's cherry blossom cheesecake is made with real flowers and will bring spring right to your doorstep. 

If you've been craving some gorgeous spring blooms, then this sweet cake will satisfy your appetite in more ways than one.

HCafe in Unionville has lots of delicious desserts to indulge in, and one of them is perfect for getting your floral fill.

The Japanese shop serves traditional cheesecake, as well as other unique Japanese sweets.

The Sakura Non-Bake Cheesecake will transport you to a spring wonderland with its rosy colour and flower blossom top.

This jiggly dessert is available for delivery through UberEats and costs $39 plus tax and delivery fee.

The cake even has real flowers on top, so you can enjoy spring blooms in a whole new and delicious way.

You can also order the Strawberry Mochi Cake for more pink deliciousness.

Spring is the perfect time of year to indulge in some extra sweetness, and bakeries across the 6ix are delivering some drool-worthy delicacies.

You can get a huge bouquet of Mini Egg donuts brought to your door, and it even comes with a tub of Mini Egg icing.

For more spring fun, you can order edible Mini Egg cookie dough to your home for the ultimate Easter treat.

Get your cheesecake and cherry blossom fill all at once with these delightful pink treats.

There are lots of beautiful places across Ontario to spot these blossoms, and they are worth adding to your adventure bucket list!

In the meantime, bite into some satisfyingly soft sakura cake and dream of floral blooms.

HCafe Sakura Cheesecake

Price: $39 + tax

Address: 58 Main St. Unionville, Markham, ON

Why You Need To Go: Order yourself spring in a box with these dreamy pink cheesecakes with real blossoms on top.

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