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This New Toronto Cafe's Stuffed Animal Treats Are Almost Too Cute To Eat

Fish cones, teddy bear bites, and more! 🐻🐟
Toronto's Fish-Shaped Ice Cream Cones And Animal Shaped Desserts Are Too Cute

We’re getting stuffed just looking at these delicious desserts! If you’ve been missing Toronto’s fish-shaped ice cream cones, don’t worry. This delicious pastry cafe has a brand new location in Mississauga that serves fishy cones and tons of adorable animal-shaped treats that are almost too cute to eat. 

But that’s a big almost. 

Located on the second level of Mississauga’s Square One Shopping Centre, you’ll find the newly opened Stuffies Pastries Cafe.

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The trendy spot is well known for its adorable animal-shaped pastries that come stuffed with sweet and savoury fillings.

They also serve Crotai, which is an animal-shaped compressed croissant with a tasty filling, and a variety of Taiyaki soft serves a.k.a fish ice cream cones. 

And to wash it all down, there’s a wide variety of specialty coffees and teas to choose from as well.

Originally hailing from British Columbia, you can now find Stuffies Pastries in Scarborough and Mississauga. There will soon be one in Vaughan as well.

So if you’re a foodie in the GTA, you need to add this spot to your bucket list ASAP.

Not all of the treats at this specialty cafe are vegan and gluten-free, but according to their Instagram bio, the fish cones are.

So you get your soft serve on at this spot with creamy vegan flavours like vanilla and matcha served in a fish-shaped waffle cone.

There are a variety of soft-serve flavours for you to choose from like exotic tropical, choco heaven, beary berry, orient express, and buttery caramel. 

Each cone will cost $7, so you can treat yo'self on the cheap.

So, if you're looking for a new favourite dessert spot in the city, you may have just found it.

Stuffies Pasteries Cafe

Price: 💸💸💸

Cuisine: Animal-shaped pastry

Address: Locations in Mississauga & Scarborough, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can indulge with cute animal-shaped pastry and ice cream cones that are almost too cute to eat. Almost.

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