There ain’t nothing better than a delicious cone of sweet, sweet ice cream. There are so many amazing spots to get sweet treats in Toronto, but I thought I’d share a few of my favourites.
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1. Bang Bang Ice Cream & Bakery
I’ve tried a bunch of flavours, and the avocado and lychee raspberry flavours are by far my most favourite! Unfortunately, I don’t have any photos because they’re really only Insta-worthy if you get them with the Hong Kong waffle.
93 Ossington Ave. | Website
2. Fugo Desserts
I actually like this place more than Sweet Jesus. Their Thai iced tea soft serve is my fave, and their Cookie Monster cone is pretty good as well.
205 Dundas St. West | Website
3. Kekou Gelato
I looooooooove Kekou with all my heart. I usually get either the Hong Kong milk tea or Vietnamese coffee flavours because they’re amazing. They’ve also got vegan options for anyone who’s vegan.
394 Queen St. West | Website
4. Sweet Jesus
You’ve probably already been here, but if you haven’t, you seriously need to check Sweet Jesus out. Although they’re a bit overrated, they’ve still got the most Insta-worthy cones. The Red Rapture is my fave – it has everything red velvet in it and red velvet is my life.
106 John St. | Website
Nothing beats matcha ice cream in Asia, but in my opinion, Tsujiri is as close as it gets in Toronto. I like it way better than other places I’ve tried (Uncle Tetsu, Tendou Matcha & Dessert). I’m kind of over my matcha phase right now, but if you’re still digging it, check Tsujiri out. Update: they’ve got a new hojicha-flavoured soft serve and it’s delicious.
147 Dundas St. West | Website
Where are your favourite spots to get ice cream in Toronto? I’d love to know in the comments!
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