You Can Get Adorable Pumpkin-Shaped Cotton Candy In Toronto This Month

The cutest pick of the patch!
Toronto Senior Staff Writer
Toronto's Pumpkin Cotton Candy Will Spice Up Your Season

Who knew pumpkins could be so fluffy?

Toronto's pumpkin cotton candy will spice up your life in the best way possible this month.

Blooming Cotton Candy is selling Instagammable candyfloss pumpkins, complete with a spooky smile.

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This festive treat is available until the end of October at the Square One Food District.

You can stop by the charming stall to pick up one of these smiling squashes for $10.

The pumpkin comes with fruity orange flavours, and a green apple flavoured stem.

The venue is open from Fridays to Sundays, making this a perfect weekend treat.

Forget about the pumpkin patch and pick one of these sweet treats instead!

Cotton Candy Pumpkin

Price: $10

When: Fridays - Sundays in October

Address: 100 City Centre Dr., Mississauga, ON

Why You Need To Go: Indulge in a fluffy cotton candy pumpkin this season!

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