Looking for a year-round source to satisfy chocolate cravings in Toronto?
Even if you get your fix during Toronto’s month-long Chocolate Festival, the cravings will undoubtedly return during the other 11 months of the year.
If truffles, bonbons, and bite-sized treats are your thing, here’s where to find them in Toronto.
This boutique chocolate shop from Chef Brand Olson carries an ever changing range of chocolates in unique flavours such as Yuzu-Sake, Pistachio-Bergamot, Cinnamon-Brown Butter, Raspberry-Rose-Fennel, and more.
Address: 193 Baldwin Street, Toronto
Address: Stockists across Toronto.
Handmade and hand printed chocolates filled with exotic ingredients are the specialty at this Junction-based chocolate shop. In store, find the flavours of lemon meringue pie encased in bite-sized bittersweet chocolates and Quebec bleu cheese married with 70% dark chocolate.
Address: 3040 Dundas Street West, Toronto
Candy apples aren’t the only thing on the menu from this confectioner in Liberty Village. The delectable chocolate truffle collection includes flavours like PB&J, s’mores, mint meltaways.
Address: 171 East Liberty Street, Unit #142, Toronto
Place orders online for sweet treats from this Toronto-based chocolatier. Indulgence boasts a repetoire of over 50 unique, handmade chocolates in flavours like sprinkled birthday cake and 24-karat gold topped chocolate.
Chocolate artist Laura Slack makes chocolate bars and truffles that are to die for. Her chocolate skulls filled with rich dulce de leche are among the must tries in here collection. Find them at shops in Toronto like Maisonette and McEwan Foods.
Address: Stockists across Toronto.
Small batches truffles, macarons, and chocolate baked goods are all available from this Mississauga-based dessert maker. Shop online for truffle collections featuring original flavours like Mexican mole, craft beer with bacon, and cardamom rice pudding.
Address: 694 Bolingbroke Drive, Milton
This fanciful boutique and dessert destination on Dupont sells macarons, eclairs, hot chocolate, and lattes along with their famous gourmet truffles. Among the line-up of truffles, look forward to enticing flavours like ginger-wasabi, Marzipania, and the Sugar Bush sweetened with maple syrup.
Address: 215 Madison Avenue, Toronto
Known foremost for their pastries, this ever-expanding sweets maker also offers a roster of chocolate bonbons featuring flavours like cassis with blueberry ganache, pistachio praliné, and fleur de sel with Sarawak pepper.
Address: 780 Queen Street West, Toronto
Address: 1099 Yonge Street, Toronto
Address: The PATH, Richmond Adelaide Centre, Toronto
Address: Yorkdale Mall, 3401 Dufferin Street, Toronto
These beautifully decorated chocolates taste as good as they look. Expect to find chcolate collections centred around themese. The Canadiana collection, for instance, features truffles in flavours like ice wine, and maple-black walnut.
Address: 829 Dundas Street West, Toronto
Two locations in downtown Toronto are the source for bars, truffles, cookies, drinking chocolate, and more from this small-batch, bean-to-bar maker. Highlights from the truffle case include whipped honey butter clouds and Feuilletine Caramels.
Address: 32 Tank House Lane, Toronto
Address: 443 King Street West, Toronto
This family-run chocolatier has six generations of experience making truffles, bonbons, chocolate bars and cakes. Here you’ll find truffles in boozy flavours like Kir Royal, Champagne, and Apricot Brandy.
Address: 653 Dupont Street, Toronto
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