9 holiday treats you'll find at Toronto's first Christmas Chocolate + Pastry Fair

Nov 22 2017, 4:15 am

Are you already dreaming about sugar plum fairies? There’s no need to wait until Christmas to get your sweet fix because Toronto’s newest Christmas market is all about festive chocolate, pastries, and confections.

Presented in part of the month-long Toronto Chocolate Festival, the Christmas Chocolate + Pastry Fair takes place on Sunday, November 26 at Wychwood Barns and will feature over a dozen vendors in addition to a full day of activities.

Here’s what we’re looking forward to eating the most:

Waffles from Below Thirty2

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Waffles dressed up with s’mores toppings, sprinkly birthday cake waffles, and the Christmas Crunch loaded with chocolate covered pretzels are on the menu from this sweet treat vendor.

Gourmet fudge and chocolates from Chocolate Moonshine Co.

Toronto Chocolate Moonshine

Toronto Chocolate Moonshine

Handmade artisan confections are so pretty they deserve to be wrapped with a bow! Best of luck saving them for Christmas though… the tempting treats also deserve to be devoured ASAP.

Holiday Treets from Chocostyle

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Looking for a festive AND edible showpiece for your upcoming holiday celebrations? This chocolatey tree is decorated with truffles or bouchees and will definitely impress your guests.

Peppermint Popcorn from PopGod

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Munch your way through the holidays with this festive snack flavoured like candy canes and specked with Christmas colours.

Chocolates from Indulgence Truffles

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Indulgence Truffles

Crowned with gold, filled with liquor, shaped like festive little icebergs, this premium chocolate maker knows how to celebrate.

Confections from Miss Bailey Brown Chocolate

Miss Bailey Brown Chocolate

Miss Bailey Brown Chocolate

Macarons, marshmallows, snowballs, and more. This treat-maker out of Milton is all stocked up and ready for the holiday saeason.

Buttercream everything from Real Layers

Real Layers

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Sample the goods and then stock up on this holiday helper: gourmet buttercream frosting might just be the secret weapon in the kitchen when it comes to Christmas baking.

Crunch Clusters from Ma’s Kitchen

Ma's Kitchen

Ma’s Kitchen

Crisp buttery toffee crunch embedded with nuts and enrobed with smooth chocolate is a time-honoured family recipe from this holiday fair vendor.

Bon Bons from The Nutty Chocolatier

The Nutty Chocolatier

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Belgian chocolate bars, nut clusters, barks, and fudge are just a few of the provisions you can stock up on from this local chain of chocolatiers.

Christmas Chocolate + Pastry Fair

When: November 26, 11 am to 5 pm
Where: Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie Street, Toronto
Price: $20 for adults, $15 for children 5 to 12.

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