5 epic ice cream treats that are new to Toronto this summer

Jul 10 2018, 8:39 pm

From shiny gold-covered cones, epic ice cream sandwiches, and fruity new ways to serve soft-serve, these delightful new ice cream treats are must-tries in Toronto this summer!

Gilded Soft Serve from Matcha Tea & Dessert

gold silver ice cream soft serve


Goldleaf covered soft serve cones are on the menu at two different dessert purveyors in Toronto this summer including this sweet spot in Markham that’s not just doing gold ice cream, but also silver.

Address:  505 Hwy 7, Unit 15, Markham
Phone: 647-771-8033

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Watermelon Soft Serve from Milkcow

Milkcow Watermelon ice cream sandwiches


The sweet treat starts with two pieces of fresh juicy watermelon sandwiched around a healthy serving of organic milk watermelon soft serve.

Address: 2651 Yonge Street, Toronto
Phone: 647- 346-6669

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Macaron-inspired Ice Cream from Nadège Patisserie

Nadège Patisserie Ice Cream


The new ice cream parlour from the well established Toronto patisserie boasts 16 new ice cream and sorbet flavours inspired by Chef Nadège Nourian’s signature cakes and popular desserts. look forward to flavours like baked caramel crunch, Canadian gourmet, Cassis sorbet, and Jindai to name a few.

Address: 780 Queen Street West, Toronto
Phone: 416-203-2009

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Coffee bun ice cream sandwiches at PappaRoti Toronto

PappaRoti’s signature crispy-on-the-outside-warm-on-the-inside bun stuffed with ice cream in a choice of flavours including matcha, black sesame, and Italian lemon pastry. To take things to the next level you can opt to add toppings like Smarties, Oreos, and candy for $1 more or take a quick dip in Nutella.

Address:  270 Spadina Avenue, Toronto
Phone: 416-340-7684

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Mochi Ice Cream Bar at Whole Foods’

Whole Foods self-serve mochi ice cream


The grocery store has added their infamously popular self-serve mochi bar to seven Ontario locations this summer! If you’re unfamiliar with this treat, you should know that it’s a Japanese-inspired dessert made by covering bite-sized balls of creamy ice cream with a sweet Japanese rice dough.

Address: Yorkville – 87 Avenue Road, Toronto
Phone: 416-944-0500

Address: Yonge and Sheppard – 4771 Yonge Street, Toronto
Phone: 416-730-1100

Address:  Leaside – 1860 Bayview Avenue, Toronto
Phone: 416-484-0090


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