Halloween is finally here and offering a totally acceptable excuse to eat candy all day. If you prefer treats over tricks then this list is for you.
Here’s all the good (and spooky) stuff to eat in Toronto this Halloween.
At this Italian bakery on Royal York, even the pastries are all dressed up for Halloween. This mummified donut is perfect for when you want to trick or treat yo’self.
Address: 374 Royal York Road, Etobicoke
Creepin’ it real, this Toronto bake shop is serving up doughnuts decorated like a bloodshot eye with a syringe full of red jelly sticking out of it.
Address: 1970 Avenue Road, Toronto
Sugar skulls, gummy zombie brains, fuji caramel apples! Halloween has arrived at this candy shop where spooky treats are so good its scary.
Address: Nordstrom Yorkdale Centre, 3401 Dufferin Street, Toronto
The Scarborough bakery is a year-round source for Frankenstein pizzas, but for Halloween you’ll also find sweet treats decorated with ghosts, tombstones, and more.
Address: 6758 Kingston Road, Scarborough
The maker of whimsical unicorn cakes tries their hand at being creepy this Halloween. Results are still very “aww cute” rather than too spooky.
Address: 1006 Dundas Street West, Toronto
This year’s Halloween collection from this multinational doughnut-maker is a total skreme!
Address: 215 Harbord Street, Toronto
Address: 164 McCaul Street, Toronto
Address: 400 Spadina Avenue, Toronto
Beverages in blood bags? This bubble tea shop has stepped up its game serving up sweet treats you drink through an IV bag.
Address: 505 Highway 7 East, Unit 16, Thornhill
Address: 142 Main Street, Unionville
Address: 5 St. Joseph Street, Toronto
Address: 3260 Midland Avenue, Unit 107, Scarborough
Get this black cone crowned with a swirl of pumpkin, vanilla bean and coconut charcoal for JUST $1 on October 31st just by ordering via foodora. Better still proceeds are going to charity.
Address: 915 Queen Street West, Toronto
Toronto’s Harry Potter bar is serving up this Halloween surprise! The shareable Hangleton Cheesecake is flavoured like pumpkin spice and ready to seduce you.
Address: 1479 Dundas Street West, Toronto
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