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Christmas, Events, Events, Food

7 festive foods you'll be able to enjoy at this year's Toronto Christmas Market

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DH Toronto Staff Oct 24, 2017 2:21 pm 2,744

The Toronto Christmas Market returns to the Distillery District from November 16 to December 23 and in addition to the twinkling lights and holiday cheer, look forward to plenty of seasonal sweets and European-inspired eats.

Here are just some of the participating food purveyors you’ll see at the Christmas Market this year:

Wafel Bar

wafel bar christmas market

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Liège-style wafels are the specialty from this Toronto food truck. Hot off the waffle iron, enjoy caramelized batter loaded up with all sorts of decadent toppings.

Eat My Shortbread

Eat My Shortbread

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The Christmas season wouldn’t be complete without this Scottish staple. Find this Markham-based baker serving up its 20-year-old family recipe.

Oktoberfest Grill

bratwurst

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Let the scent of  BBQ seduced you as this vendor serves up German Bratwurst, farmers’ sausage and Hungarian sausage grilled over an open coal BBQ.

Chimney Stax Baking Co.

Chimney Stax Baking Co.

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Hand-rolled, rotisserie-baked pastries are a staple Eastern European snack food. Find these sweet treats at the Christmas Market rolled in cinnamon sugar, sprinkles, and other seasonal flavours.

Raclette

Warm up with this savoury Swiss dish that starts by melting a wheel of cheese and then scraping the gooey top layer over rosemary roasted baby potatoes.

Pefferlaw Creek Farms Maple Syrup

Pefferlaw Creek Farms Maple Syrup

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Stock up on maple syrup at the Market. The Canadian treasure is a staple on holiday breakfast tables.

Tornado Potatoe

Tornado Potatoe

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Spirals of potatoes on a skewer served with applesauce and sour cream and are an easy hands-free snack you can nibble on as you meander through this historic neighbourhood.

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